The Quilt welcomes two Internet pioneers:
Dr. Steve Crocker and Larry Strickling will share the stage to discuss ‘Governing the Internet’ during 2018 Fall Member Meeting.
The Quilt will be holding its Fall 2018 Member Meeting at the University of Maryland, College Park, on Sept. 25-27. We are very excited to have our community gather at one of the nation’s preeminent public research universities to learn, share, and collectively advance networking for research and education. We also are excited to welcome two keynote speakers for an exclusive “fireside chat” on Governing the Internet that you won’t want to miss.
Dr. Steve Crocker
Dr. Crocker is an Internet pioneer. He participated in the creation of the initial set of protocols for the Arpanet, initiated the RFC series, served as area director for security in the IETF, co-founded CyberCash, an early Internet payments company, and, for the last fifteen years, was heavily involved with ICANN as both the first chair of its Security and Stability Advisory Committee and later as chair of the ICANN Board of Directors. [Read More]
Lawrence E. Strickling
Larry Strickling served as Assistant Secretary for Communications and Information at the U.S. Department of Commerce from June 2009 until January 2017. In this role, he also was Administrator of the NTIA. He currently is the Executive Director, Collaborative Governance Project at the Internet Society. [Read More]
The Quilt will once again collocate our Fall Member Meeting with the NSF’s Campus Cyberinfrastructure and Cybersecurity Innovation for Cyberinfrastructure PI Workshop, and ESnet. It has been very successful the last few years, and we look forward to bringing everyone together this fall with dynamic programming and plenty of networking events. We hope to see you soon in College Park!