A no-cost evening of intimate discussion with the architects of the Internet
On October 17, 2019, from 5:00 to 7:30 pm, the National Science and Technology Medals Foundation will unite three seminal contributors to the Internet project at Origins of the Internet at the Jack Morton Auditorium at The George Washington University.
The speakers – Vint Cerf, Steve Crocker, and Radia Perlman – will discuss why the Internet grew the way it did, the effects of commercialization, and the tensions arising today from pervasive Internet use.
The event will feature:
- A panel discussion
- Q&A Session
- Free food
- Free swag
The event is no-cost, equal access (ADA compliant), and open to the public with priority given to George Washington University students and faculty. RSVP is required, please reserve your seat via this link.