FORA.tv Speaker - Graham Campbell
Graham Campbell received the BScEE and MScEE degrees from the University of Manitoba in Canada. After working in industry in Canada he emigrated to the USA and established with a classmate a company providing consulting services related to control systems to NASA, the US Air Force, and the U.S. Army. Subsequent to this he joined Penn State University where he taught and also directed Computer Science activities at the 20 Commonwealth Campuses of the Penn State system while completing his PhD in Computer Science.
He returned to Canada in the mid 70s for a four year stint as Science Advisor to the Premier of Manitoba. He was a Professor of Computer Science at the Illinois Institute of Technology for over 20 years, where he was responsible for the courses related to data communications.
In working with fourteen students who completed their PhDs under his direction, Dr. Campbell and his team invented the Distributed Queue Switch Architecture (DQSA) which is currently being commercialized by Ether2 Corporation.
09.15.10 | 01:21:21 min
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