Vice President, Computing Science Laboratory
Ersin Uzun is Vice President and Director of PARC's Computing Science Laboratory. His organization focuses on research and development of new security and communication technologies as well as offering innovation services such as rapid prototyping, ethnographic studies and innovation management consultancy to our clients.
Ersin has extensive research, technical management and consulting experience. Previously, Ersin was the global director of technology solutions & strategy, leading PARC's efforts in developing innovative and cutting-edge solutions to the industries' most challenging problems. He also directed PARC's research efforts in Data Security and Privacy Area in the past, leading to some of its visionary research in Privacy Preserving Analytics, Content-Centric Networking and Named-Data Networking.
Before joining PARC, Ersin worked at leading institutes such as Nokia Research Center, HP Labs and Ericsson. His professional experience includes co-founding successful technology startups and working as R&D consultant to Fortune 500 companies.
Ersin received his Ph.D. and M.S. degrees from UC Irvine, and is the author of over 100 peer-reviewed publications and issued/pending patents.
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NSF Announces Future Internet Architecture Awards
27 August 2010 | NSF press release
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Stanford and PARC host Digital Cities Summit 2016
3 October 2016 - 4 October 2016 | Stanford, CA
AC3N: Anonymous communication in Content-Centric Networking
9 January 2016