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E Biographies of Committee Members and Staff
Pages 167-178

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From page 167...
... Prior to his appointment as the director of the San Diego Division of Calit2, he served as director of the UCSD Center for Wireless Communications (CWC) and was the vice chair of Instructional Affairs in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering.
From page 168...
... Dr. Arens also was a part of the National Research Council's Committee on Planning Meeting on Information Technology and the States: Public Policy and Public.
From page 169...
... He was a reviewer for the committee that produced Information Technology, Research, Innovation, and E-Government.
From page 170...
... She is an appointee to the National Task Force on Interoperability and the Oregon State Interoperability Executive Committee; is a past chair of the Public Technology, Inc., Task Force on Information Technology and Telecommunications; has been the director of strategic planning for telecommunications for the city of Los Angeles; and has served on the Oregon Statewide Interoperability Executive Council. David Kehrlein, now with the Environmental Science Research Institute (ESRI)
From page 171...
... Murphy is a professor in the Computer Science and Engineering Department at the University of South Florida, with a joint appointment in cognitive and neural sciences in the Department of Psychology. She is an associate editor for the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Intelligent Systems and a member of the 1998-1999 Defense Science Study Group and is currently a member of the U.S.
From page 172...
... in 1980, 1989, and 1992, respectively, from Georgia Institute of Technology, where she was a Rockwell International Doctoral Fellow. Robert Neches is the director of the Information Sciences Institute's Distributed Scalable Systems Division and a research faculty member of the University of Southern California's Computer Science Department.
From page 173...
... Ellis Stanley is the general manager for the Emergency Preparedness Department for the city of Los Angeles. Currently he serves as an adviser to the Multidisciplinary Center for Earthquake Engineering Research and is a member of the center's Industry Advisory Board; he also chairs the Metro Emergency Manager's Forum of the International Association of Emergency Managers.
From page 174...
... Gio Wiederhold is an emeritus professor of computer science at Stanford University, with courtesy appointments in medicine and electrical engineering. His current research includes privacy protection in collaborative settings, large-scale software composition, access to simulations to augment decision-making capabilities for information systems, and developing algebra over ontologies.
From page 175...
... Professor Wiederhold served as a reviewer for several CSTB reports, including Information Technology, Research, Innovation, and E-Government; Youth, Pornography, and the Internet; Technical, Business, and Legal Dimensions of Protecting Children from Pornography on the Internet: Proceedings of a Workshop; Non-technical Strategies to Reduce Children's Exposure to Inappropriate Material on the Internet: Summary of a Workshop; Review of the FBI's Trilogy Information Technology Modernization Program; and a letter report to the FBI. He received a degree in aeronautical engineering in Holland in 1957 and a Ph.D.
From page 176...
... Her other work experience includes designing customized hospitality industry performance reports for Smith Travel Research, and freelance publication design. She is interested in the social and cultural impacts of information technology, including researching and developing effective information design for education and lifelong learning.
From page 177...
... 177 APPENDIX E Gloria Westbrook recently left the staff of the Computer Science and Telecommunications Board, where she was a senior project assistant. She previously served as the executive assistant to the directors of the Office of Youth Programs and the Youth Opportunity Grant Program at the D.C.


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