Bio of Jon M. Peha
Jon Peha is a Full Professor at Carnegie Mellon University. He has addressed information networks from positions in industry, government, and academia. In government, he served at the Federal Communications Commission as Chief Technologist, in the White House as Assistant Director of the Office of Science & Technology Policy where he focused on telecommunications and research, in the House Energy & Commerce Committee where he was responsible for telecom and e-commerce issues, and at USAID where he helped launch and lead a US Government interagency program to assist developing countries with information infrastructure. He has been Chief Technical Officer for three high-tech companies, and a member of technical staff at SRI International, AT&T Bell Laboratories, and Microsoft. At Carnegie Mellon, he is a Professor in the Dept. of Engineering & Public Policy and the Dept. of Electrical & Computer Engineering, and former Associate Director of the university's Center for Wireless & Broadband Networking.
His research spans technical and policy issues of information networks,
including spectrum management, broadband Internet, wireless networks,
video and voice over IP, communications for emergency responders,
universal service, privacy, secure Internet payment systems, online
dissemination of copyrighted material, and network security.
Dr. Peha holds a PhD in electrical engineering from Stanford, and a
BS from Brown. He is an IEEE Fellow, an AAAS Fellow,
and a winner of the FCC's "Excellence in Engineering Award,"
the IEEE Communications Society TCCN Publication Award for career contributions,
and the 2013 Brown Engineering Medal.
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