Internet@30

A retrospective and the prospect.
Gratis, extern reserveren
vrijdag 11 jan, 19.30
vr 11 jan, 19.30
IJ Zaal

NL

Ook dit jaar wijken we niet af van de traditie om aan het begin van het jaar een lezing te presenteren van Steven Pemberton

Pemberton is onderzoeker, schrijver en spreker. Hij werkt in Amsterdam bij het CWI, het centrum voor wiskunde en informatica. Zijn onderzoek gaat in grote lijnen over interactie en de manier waarop software ontwerp gebruikers beter kan ondersteunen. In dat kader is hij ook betrokken bij de W3C (World Wide Web Consortium), dat de open internetstandaarden ontwikkelt en beschermt. 

Steven Pemberton zijn lezing dit jaar:

“On 19th November 1988, The Netherlands became the first country outside of North America to connect to the open internet, making it truly international. I was one of the first handful of people to connect on that day. So how has it worked out in the intervening thirty years, and what can we still expect? I will discuss.”

Hoewel Pemberton inmiddels de Nederlandse nationaliteit heeft aangenomen, zal zijn lezing en de voertaal van de avond Engels zijn.

Zaal open vanaf 19:00 uur, start lezing 19:30 uur.

ENG

At the start of the year our one and only speaker is Steven Pemberton. His talks at Freelance Fridays have become a tradition for over 10 years now.

Steven Pemberton is a researcher, author and public speaker, based at the CWI, The Dutch National Research Centre for Mathematics and Informatics. His research is broadly in interaction, and how the underlying software architecture can better support users.

Steven Pemberton about his lecture this year:

“On 19th November 1988, The Netherlands became the first country outside of North America to connect to the open internet, making it truly international. I was one of the first handful of people to connect on that day. So how has it worked out in the intervening thirty years, and what can we still expect? I will discuss.”

Though he has become a Dutch citizen his talk will be in English.

Doors open at 19:00, we’ll start at 19:30.

Gratis, extern reserveren
vrijdag 11 jan, 19.30
IJ Zaal