Photos of Centennial Shannon Conference on the Future of the Information Age

Photo with Dr. Robert Lucky, Retired VP of Bell Labs and Telecordia, Inventor of Adaptive Equalizer, Renowned Visionary

Photo with Dr. Robert Lucky, Retired VP of Bell Labs and Telecordia, Inventor of Adaptive Equalizer, Renowned Visionary

Photo with Dr. Robert Wilson the Nobel Prize Winner on Big Bang Noise measurement

Photo with Dr. Robert Wilson who shared the Nobel Prize on Big Bang Noise Measurement in 1978.

Photo with Dr. Robert G. Gallager MIT ProfessorPhoto with Dr. Robert Lucky inventor of Equalizer

Photo with Dr. Robert G. Gallager MIT Professor Emeritus who worked with Shannon in 1960s.

Photo with Dr. Robert Metcalf inventor of Ethernet (now a Prof. at UT Austin) and Dr. Peter Winzer  Editor-in-Chief of IEEE Journal of Lightwave Technology and Dept Head at Bell Labs

Photo with Dr. Robert Metcalf inventor of Ethernet (now a Prof. at UT Austin) and Dr. Peter Winzer Editor-in-Chief of IEEE Journal of Lightwave Technology and Dept Head at Bell Labs

Centennial Claude E.Shannon, bell Labs.

Centennial of Claude E.Shannon, Bell Labs, MH, New Jersey

Photo with Dr. Leonard Kleinrock CS Professor of UCLA  Internet Pioneer - who helped develop Packet Switching

"Photo with Dr. Leonard Kleinrock CS Professor of UCLA Internet Pioneer - who helped develop Packet Switching

Photo with Dr. Amber Case the Visionary

Photo with Dr. Amber Case the Visionary - Calm Technology

Photo with Dr. Irwin M. Jacobs, MIT professor - Co-Founder of Qualcomm, Author of Principles Of Communication Engineering

Photo with Dr. Irwin M. Jacobs, MIT Professor - Co-Founder of Qualcomm, Author of Principles of Communication Engineering

Photo with Dr. Vincent Poor, Dean of Engineering, Princeton univ.

Photo with Dr. Vincent Poor, Dean of Engineering , Princeton University.

Photo with Dr. Jerry Foschini, Bell Labs Retired Fellow.

Photo with Dr. Jerry Foschini, Bell Labs Retired Fellow.

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