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Lawrence Landweber

Advisory Board Member

Dr. Lawrence Landweber's first networking project in 1977, TheoryNet, involved an email system for theoretical computer scientists. In 1979, he proposed and later led the establishment of the Computer Science Network (CSNET) project...

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Werner Zorn

Inductee

Dr. Werner Zorn, recognized as a founding father of the German Internet, was awarded Germany’s Federal Cross of Merit in 2006. After earning his PhD in 1971 from the University of Karlsruhe (now Karlsruhe Institute of Technology), Dr. Zorn was appointed to head that university’s newly created...

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Dave Farber

Inductee

Professor David Farber played a key role in many systems that converged into today's Internet. His early academic research work, at the Information and Computer Science Department of the University of California at Irvine, was focused on creating the world’s first operational Distributed Computer...

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Larry Landweber

Inductee

Dr. Landweber's first networking project in 1977, TheoryNet, involved an email system for theoretical computer scientists. In 1979, he proposed and later led the establishment of the CSNET (Computer Science Network) project. The goal of CSNET was to build a network for all US university and...

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