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The Internet of Things Podcast presented by Fybr - Season 2

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Jan 16, 2019

Dr. Lee W. McKnight joins us for another episode to discuss more of the IoT research he is conducting as an Associate Professor in the iSchool (The School of Information Studies) at Syracuse University. Lee is also an Affiliate of Syracuse University’s Institute for National Security and Counterterrorism (INSTC) and he has been lecturing annually at MIT since 1998. Lee was Principal Investigator of the National Science Foundation Partnerships for Innovation Wireless Grids Innovation Testbed (WiGiT) project 2009-2014, which was recipient of the 2011 TACNY Award for Technology Project of Year. Lee is inventor of edgeware, a new class of software for creating secure ad hoc overlay cloud to edge applications. Lee’s research focuses on cloud management of dynamic edge services, virtual markets and wireless grids, the global information economy, national and international technology policy, and Internet governance. He was an Associate Professor of International Information and Communication and Director of the Edward R. Murrow Center at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University; Principal Research Associate, Lecturer, and Visiting Scholar at MIT; and Founder of the Internet Telephony Consortium, also at MIT. Lee served on the Enterprise Cloud Leadership Council of TM Forum; and as a member of IEEE P2030.4 smart grid interoperability task force. Lee is Founder and was a Member of the Board of Directors of Wireless Grids Corporation, 2004-2014. Lee was a Founding Member of the Board of Directors of Summerhill Biomass Systems 2007-2013. McKnight teaches graduate and undergraduate courses, and his research interests span policy, economic, business and technical aspects of the global information economy. McKnight received a Ph.D. in 1989 from MIT, an M.A. from the School of Advanced International Studies at Johns Hopkins University in 1981, and a B.A. magna cum laude from Tufts University in 1978.

Jan 2, 2019

Dr. Lee W. McKnight is an Associate Professor in the iSchool (The School of Information Studies) at Syracuse University, an Affiliate of Syracuse University’s Institute for National Security and Counterterrorism (INSTC), and he has been lecturing annually at MIT since 1998. Lee was Principal Investigator of the National Science Foundation Partnerships for Innovation Wireless Grids Innovation Testbed (WiGiT) project 2009-2014, which was recipient of the 2011 TACNY Award for Technology Project of Year. Lee is inventor of edgeware, a new class of software for creating secure ad hoc overlay cloud to edge applications. Lee’s research focuses on cloud management of dynamic edge services, virtual markets and wireless grids, the global information economy, national and international technology policy, and Internet governance. He was an Associate Professor of International Information and Communication and Director of the Edward R. Murrow Center at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University; Principal Research Associate, Lecturer, and Visiting Scholar at MIT; and Founder of the Internet Telephony Consortium, also at MIT. Lee served on the Enterprise Cloud Leadership Council of TM Forum; and as a member of IEEE P2030.4 smart grid interoperability task force. Lee is Founder and was a Member of the Board of Directors of Wireless Grids Corporation, 2004-2014. Lee was a Founding Member of the Board of Directors of Summerhill Biomass Systems 2007-2013. McKnight teaches graduate and undergraduate courses, and his research interests span policy, economic, business and technical aspects of the global information economy. McKnight received a Ph.D. in 1989 from MIT, an M.A. from the School of Advanced International Studies at Johns Hopkins University in 1981, and a B.A. magna cum laude from Tufts University in 1978.

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