Ben TeitelbaumORG Internet2 Title Program Mgr. Voice & Integrated Communications Initiative BIO Recent presentations can be found at http://www.internet2.edu/~ben/talks.html
Ben Teitelbaum manages Internet2's voice and integrated communications initiatives, working with technology leaders in academia and industry to promote large-scale exploration of new peer-to-peer communications applications, while simultaneously working to understand the technical and business requirements for next-generation campus communications services. Ben's interests include: connective middleware, voice disaster recovery, directories, location services, and rich presence. Ben was formerly at Advanced Network & Services, where he chaired the Internet2 Quality of Service working group and was active in systems design and protocol standardization for one-way delay measurement. Ben holds degrees in mathematics from MIT and in computer science from the University of Wisconsin Madison and lives in Ann Arbor with his wife, two sons, and twenty-five typewriters.
Sessions and Presentations
Time 10/16/03 07:00AM-08:45AM
Time 10/14/03 01:15PM-02:30PM