Visit the W3C booth to learn about Web technology and how the W3C community is shaping the Web.
Before joining W3C, Jeff served as the executive vice president and chief technology officer for Novell. He was responsible for Novell's technology direction, as well as leading Novell's product business units.
Prior to Novell, Jeff served as president of Bell Labs Research and Advanced Technologies, where he established new facilities in Ireland and India, and served as chairman of the board of the New Jersey Nanotechnology Consortium.
Early in his career, after receiving a Ph.D. in computer science from MIT in 1979, Jeff joined IBM's Thomas J. Watson Research Center. During his tenure at IBM, he held a wide variety of technical and management positions, including vice president, Systems and Software Research, corporate vice president of technology, and general manager of IBM's SecureWay business unit, where he was responsible for IBM's security, directory, and networking software business.
Marie-Claire Forgue now serves as Head of W3C Training and is a passionate advocate for the Web Developer community. She recently developed and launched the W3DevCampus portal where Web developers worldwide can sign up for W3C online training courses related to mobile Web and HTML5 technologies. Additionally, Marie-Claire continues to participate in the dissemination activities of European projects, such as HTML5 Apps and Mediascape. She joined W3C in 2001 and served as Head of W3C European Communications for over 10 years.
Marie-Claire received a Ph.D. degree (computer graphics and parallel processing) in Computer Science from the University of Nice and INRIA, France. After a year as a postdoctoral fellow at the Dynamic Graphics Project Lab at the University of Toronto, Canada, she worked in NTT's Human Interface Lab, Japan, for two years. Her research interests were focused on illumination algorithms and scene modeling. After that, she studied filmmaking in Vancouver, Canada. She has directed several short films and documentaries, and got interested in interactive multimedia back in 1993.
Bernard joined W3C in 2011 to lead business development in Europe, Middle-East and Africa (EMEA). He is based in Sophia Antipolis, France. He has developed in the last 20 years, EMEA organizations and activities for hardware, software and telecom companies (Apricot, Retix, Vertel, AdvenNet, Plantronics) with channel and direct accounts activities.
Dominique Hazaël-Massieux supervises the development and standardization of Web technologies that are most relevant to mobile devices W3C, and is in charge of the W3C groups that are developing WebRTC and other APIs to open up more device capabilities to the Web (camera, addressbook, etc).
He also regularly puts in practice these technologies and guidelines as a developer of a number of sites and applications.
Karen Myers develops Membership outreach at W3C. She originally joined W3C July 2004 to support media relations, member communications, speaking engagements, and special assignments such as W3C10, the World Wide Web's ten year anniversary celebration. Prior to W3C, Karen ran her own company and also worked for marketing and communications agencies such as BrandEquity International and Leo Burnett Technology Group, where she established a ten-person strategic planning group in Boston, and managed a global client services team in Frankfurt, Germany. She has consulted for a diversity of technology clients including Akamai, Allaire, Aprisma, Axis, CMGI, Digital, Comdial, Computer Associates, Heidelberg, IBM, Information Builders, KPMG, and Unisys.
Dave is the W3C staff contact for the Device APIs Working Group and the Model-Based UI Working Group. He has been closely involved with the development of Web standards since 1992, contributing to work on HTML, HTTP, MathML, XForms, voice and multimodal interaction, ubiquitous web applications, financial data, privacy and identity. Dave is currently involved in two European FP7 research projects: Webinos and Serenoa, and before that, PrimeLife. He has a special interest in the Web of Things. In addition to work on standards, Dave is a keen programmer, and has developed experimental web browsers (e.g. Arena), a plugin for rendering math from natural language (EzMath), a tool for cleaning up HTML (Tidy), a web page library for HTML slide presentations (Slidy), a Firefox add-on for enhanced privacy (Privacy Dashboard), and most recently, work on real-time browser-based multi-user editing of HTML and XML. He was educated in England and obtained his doctorate from the University of Oxford, and is a visiting professor at the University of the West of England. For more information see Dave's home page.
Marilyn joined W3C in marketing and communications in November 2011. Most recently, she led marketing and communications teams in two U.S.-based institutions of higher education. Earlier in her career, Marilyn was a marketing executive in several high tech and telecommunications companies, including the large multinational, NYNEX (now Verizon), and later, entrepreneurial startups Boston Technology (now Comverse), Digital Broadband Communications, and Spectel (now Avaya).
She earned a B.S. in TV/Radio communications at Syracuse University and an MBA from Boston University.
Immersive 360° video experience from Kolor using Oculus Rift headset
Mozilla presentation on FireFox OS
Crowd gathering at W3C booth to watch demos
Igalia presentation on CSS3 layouts
End of day 3: group photo of W3C staff and visitors
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