Connectivity and Innovation: A Talk with Internet Pioneer Bob Metcalfe, SM ‘70, PhD ‘73, Turing Laureate

Sunday, February 18, 3:00 pm to 4:30 pm 

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Robert “Bob” Metcalfe is a living legend in the tech world and one of Harvard’s most distinguished graduates. He is a scholar, thinker, teacher, inventor, and entrepreneur. Bob worked at Palo Alto's Xerox PARC, which was a wellspring of some of computing's most breakthrough technologies. His PhD thesis at Harvard was on ARPANet – the first network to implement the TCP/IP protocol and the predecessor to today's Internet. He founded the pioneering tech company 3Com that is now part of HP. Bob co-invented Ethernet on May 22, 1973, laying one of the most core foundations for today’s Internet. Come meet Bob and hear his thoughts on technology past, present, and future!


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