College of Computing

Peter Freeman

Founding Dean and Professor Emeritus
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Selected Recent Talks:

"The Origins of GENI: A story of sustained research community engagement"
Invited Keynote Address: Fifth International Conference on Communications and Electronics, Danang, Vietnam, August 1, 2014 and elsewhere later

"The Future of Computing"
Currently under revision
Invited Keynote, 2011 China National Computer Conference
November 24, 2011 and elsewhere later

"The Interaction of Science and Society, As Illustrated by The Internet"
Currently under revision
Stelios Orphanoudakis Lecture
March 22, 2010 and elsewhere later

Previous Talks (contact me for details)

"Privacy and Security Are The Enemy of The Future"
Invited Keynote, 2nd ENISA-FORTH Summer School, Crete, Greece
September 14, 2009 and elsewhere later

"IT Trends: Impact, Expansion, Opportunity"
Invited Keynote at 8th International Student Spring Symposium in Thessaloniki, Greece
May 22, 2009

"Future Networking in the United States: History, Contexts and Recent Developments"
Invited Keynote Speech at Annual NWGN Forum in Tokyo, Japan
April 14, 2009

"Science, Computational Science, and Computer Science"
Invited Lecture presented at the TU/Kaiserslautern (Germany)
January 13, 2009 and elsewhere later

"COMPUTER SCIENCE: The Key to Future Advances in Science and Engineering"

Invited Lecture given at Indiana University, School of Informatics
April 4, 2008

"Competitiveness, Innovation, and Diversity: A View from Washington"
Keynote address given at 2nd Annual Meeting Computing Alliance of Hispanic-Serving Institutions (CAHSI), Miami, Florida
December 17, 2007