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Ramesh Ayyagari
  • expertise in architecting software and hardware for high speed routing platforms
  • B.S., Electronics and Communication Engineering, Osmania University, India.


Tim Curley
Tim Curley
Senior Director of Business Development

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  • focusing on drug delivery, contextual intelligence, and more
  • develops commercial partnerships and creates routes to revenue opportunities
  • developed partner and go-to-market strategies for startup and Fortune 1000 companies
  • MBA, Strategy, Pepperdine University


Glenn Edens
  • directs research in networking, security, and distributed systems within the Computer Science Laboratory
  • extensive background and industry leadership as a researcher, entrepreneur, executive, and strategist in telecommunications, entertainment, and computer science and design
  • Member of ACM and IEEE


Kevin Fox
  • focuses on deploying systems technology into practical domains. Currently working on networking and distributed system technologies
  • previously a senior staff systems engineer at Sun Microsystems where he held various technical and business development positions
  • Bachelor of Liberal Studies degree in computer science, communication, and visual arts from the University of Iowa
  • inventor on four patents


Priti Goel
  • expertise in architecting, implementing, and leading software projects in the networking industry
  • M. S., Computer Science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign


Eric Holmberg
  • Content-Centric Technology for service provider networks
  • router and switch design
  • high-speed data plane hardware and software
  • author or co-author of 3 patents
  • M.S., Electrical Engineering, UCLA; B.S., Electrical Engineering, UC Berkeley


Teresa Lunt
Teresa Lunt
Vice President, Computing Science Laboratory

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  • directs wide range of research activities including content-centric networking, ethnography, and ubiquitous computing
  • was an Assistant Director and Program Manager in DARPA's Information Technology Office; led teams at SRI International
  • M.A., Applied Mathematics, Indiana University, A.B., Geophysics, Princeton University


Conny Marx
Conny Marx
Senior Director of Business Development

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  • focus on commercializing PARC’s technology in areas of Network Distributed Systems and Digital Design & Manufacturing
  • more than 25 years of international experience in both traditional and high tech industries
  • Diplom-Wirtschaftsingenieur from Hochschule für Technik in Esslingen, Germany.


Michael Plass
  • computer graphics and printing systems, to data structures and compiler; currently working on content-centric networking
  • invented optimal discrete rendering of images; object-optimized printing system and method
  • principal designer and implementor of Cedar Imager, later adapted for the Sun operating system; translator between Cedar-to-Lisp programming languages; strategies for breaking paragraphs into lines


Vanishree Rao
  • Security and Applied Cryptography
  • Current focus on privacy preserving computation, re-encryption, practical program obfuscation
  • Ph.D. at University of California, Los Angeles


Glenn Scott
  • focus on networking and distributed systems projects, contributing primarily to Content-Centric Networking
  • former senior researcher for Oracle Labs, Sun Microsystems Laboratories, and System Development Corporation
  • inventor and author on more than 30 patents and peer-reviewed papers


Nacho Solis
  • Principal Scientist and protocol architect of the Content-Centric Networking team
  • PI for various PARC projects for DARPA
  • wide range of expertise – from distributed server-less applications to contention-free MACs
  • addresses network challenges through content-based networks and various content-based applications.
  • Ph.D., UC Santa Cruz; M.Sc., USC; B.S., University of Costa Rica





Ersin Uzun
  • systems security, applied cryptography, usable security
  • security and privacy in computer networks
  • usable security in access control and pervasive systems
  • Ph.D., M.S., UC Irvine




Yali Wang

specializes in the fields of IP layer wireless routing and MAC layer for mobile ad hoc networks

previously held engineering roles at Raytheon, Nokia, and Oracle

M.S., Mathematics, Stanford University; M.S., Computer Information Science; Temple University; M.S. and Ph.D., Computer Engineering, University of California at Santa Cruz