WEBCAST AUG 16 – Marconi Society – Fifty Years Ago and In the Future

isoc liveOn Wednesday August 16, 2023 at 13:15-14:30 EDT (17:15-18:30 UTC) the Marconi Society will host a member event “Fifty Years Ago and In the Future“. Fifty years ago, Vint Cerf and Bob Kahn sketched out ARPA’s TCP/IP internetworking protocol, the foundation for the Internet, Marty Cooper made the first cellphone call, and Federico Faggin led the development of the “8008,” the first 8-bit microprocessor that sparked the personal computing revolution. Each of these innovators – all Marconi Fellows – is still working hard to create the future. Attend this landmark event to hear stories, insights, and predictions for the future, in an open discussion with questions and answers.

Martin Cooper, Dyna LLC / 2013 Marconi Fellow
Vint Cerf, Google / 1998 Marconi Fellow
Federico Faggin, The Federico and Elvia Faggin Foundation / 1988 Marconi Fellow

Yasaman Ghasempour, Assistant Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Princeton / 2020 Marconi Young Scholar

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