National Broadband Plan Workshop on the State of Broadband-related Research

Federal Communications Commission
445 12th St. SW
Washington DC 20554
Monday, November 23, 2009
9:30 a.m.

Contact:
Douglas Sicker
[email protected]
(202) 425-6184
http://broadband.gov/ws_research_bb.html

The current state of broadband research and how research can help bolster U.S. competitiveness and technology innovation will be the subject of a staff workshop Monday. Open to the public, the workshop is intended to gather data and information for the development of a National Broadband Plan, including a set of research recommendations that Congress could consider to enable the U.S. to be a global leader in broadband networking in the years 2020 and beyond and to further broadband deployment in the US over the next decade.

AGENDA:

9:30 a.m. INTRODUCTION OF WORKSHOP

FCC Participants:

  • Commissioner Meredith Attwell Baker
  • Douglas C. Sicker, Senior Advisor, National Broadband Taskforce
  • Stagg Newman, Chief Technologist, National Broadband Taskforce
  • Rashmi Doshi, Chief, Laboratory Division, Office of Engineering and Technology
  • Erik Garr, General Manager, National Broadband Taskforce

9:35 a.m. PANEL 1

  • Dan Atkins, Kellogg Professor of Community Information, University of Michigan
  • Charles Bostian, Alumni Distinguished Professor, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
  • Vint Cerf, Vice President & Chief Internet Evangelist, Google Inc. (remote)
  • David Clark, Senior Research Scientist, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • Chip Elliot, Chief Engineer, BBN Technologies; Project Director, Global Environment for Network Innovations
  • Ty Znati, Division Director, Computer and Network Systems, National Science Foundation

1:00 a.m. PANEL 2

  • Victor Bahl, Principal Researcher & Manager, Networking Research Group, Microsoft Research
  • David Borth, Corporate VP & CTO, Government and Public Safety, Motorola, Inc.
  • Adam Drobot, President & CTO, Advanced Technology Solutions, Telcordia Technologies
  • David Farber, Distinguished Career Professor of Computer Science and Public Policy, School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University (remote)
  • Dick Green, President & CEO, Cable Television Laboratories, Inc.
  • Mark Levine, Managing Director, Core Capital Partners

3:00 p.m. ADJOURNMENT