AdvisoryCommittee/ACRepIntroductions

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In May 2011, W3C began inviting some new Members to give presentations at Advisory Committee (AC) Meetings to introduce the AC representative and to briefly explain why their organization joined W3C. This document contains a collection of links to those presentations as well as introductions AC representatives made on the AC's w3c-ac-forum mail list.

All AC Representatives are strongly encouraged to send an introduction to other AC reps by using the w3c-ac-forum mail list] (w3c-ac-forum @ w3.org)!

NOTE: some of the links may be Member-confidential and thus require a W3C Member account to access.

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Introductions

Alphabetical by organization.

  1. Akami; Mark Nottingham; 7-March-2013
  2. Baidu; Tao Hong; 1-Nov-2011
  3. Bistri Arnaud Budkiewicz (see also Arnaud's PP slides); 31-Oct-2012
  4. Bloomberg; Kevin Fleming; 17-Apr-2014
  5. Boeing Ann Bassetti; 20-Feb-2014
  6. British Sky Broadcasting Giles Godart-Brown; 1-Nov-2012
  7. Center for Democracy and Technology (CDT) Joseph Lorenzo Hall; 2-Aug-2013
  8. Comcast; Mark Vickers; 16-May-2011
  9. Dell; Craig Lowery; 27-June-2014
  10. DFKI (German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence); Georg Rehm; 6-Aug-2013
  11. Educational Testing Service (ETS); Markku (Mark) T. Hakkinen; 20-Feb-2014
  12. Electronic Frontier Foundation; Danny O'Brien; 28-May-2013
  13. Facebook; Tobie Langel; 16-May-2011. Tobie announced on 22-Feb-2013 that Simon Stewart is Facebook's new AC rep.
  14. Fraunhofer Society; Carlos A Velasco; 15-Apr-2014
  15. GS1; Steve Bratt; 16-Apr-2014
  16. Gemalto; Virginie Galindo; 1-Nov-2011
  17. HBO; Reimundo Garcia 10-Jan-2013
  18. Huawei; Ruinan Sun; 2-Nov-2011
  19. IBM; Arnaud Le Hors; 23-Apr-2014
  20. Igalia; Juan José Sánchez Penas; 5-Mar-2014
  21. Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB); Alan Turransky; 11-Jul-2014
  22. Irdeto; Martin Soukup; 1-Nov-2012
  23. JWPlayer; John Luther; 1-July-2014
  24. jig.jp; Taisuke Fukuno; 24-Apr-2014
  25. KDDI; Satoru Takagi; 2-Nov-2011
  26. Kozea Simon Sapin; 25-Oct-2012
  27. LG Electronics; Dong-Young Lee; 16-May-2011
  28. Lawrence Berkeley National Lab; Annette Greiner; 6-Feb-2012
  29. MStar; Jean-Charles Verdié; 14-May-2012
  30. Motorola Mobility; Gilles Drieu; 2-Nov-2011
  31. NICTA; Silvia Pfeiffer; 21-Feb-2014
  32. OpenSocial Foundation; John Mertic; 20-Nov-2014
  33. Panasonic; Yoshiaki Ohsumi; 1-Nov-2012
  34. Politecnico di Milano (POLIMI); Piero Fraternali; 7-Feb-2012
  35. Qihoo 360; Huan Ren; 15-May-2012
  36. Qualcomm IC, Giridhar Mandyam; 15-May-2012
  37. Smart Communications; Al Villarica; 14-May-2012
  38. Socrata; Chris Metcalf; 24-Feb-2014
  39. Sony; Tatsuya Igarashi; 16-May-2011
  40. SPARQL City; Arthur Keen; 9-Sep-2014
  41. Square Enix; Tadashi Tsushima; 16-May-2012
  42. TapQuo; Jose Manrique López de la Fuente; 8-March-2013
  43. Stanford University Michel Dumontier; 8-April-2014
  44. Telenor; Frode Kileng; 14-May-2012
  45. Tencent; 刘玉国 (Yuguo Liu); 9-Feb-2012
  46. The Paciello Group (TPG); Léonie Watson; 20-Feb-2014
  47. Touch5Mobile; Scotty Moore; 6-Nov-2012
  48. University of Limerick; David Filip; 7-Feb-2012
  49. Verisign; Andrew Fregly; 26-Mar-2012
  50. Vienna University of Economics and Business; Axel Polleres; 24-Apr-2014
  51. VistaTEC; Phil Ritchie; 13-Feb-2012
  52. Yandex; Charles McCathieNevile; 1-Nov-2012
  53. Yahoo!; Gil Yehuda; 6-Feb-2012
  54. Zynga; Paul Bakaus; 16-May-2011