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Technology Trends Shaping the Classroom of the Future. Keynote Speaker for San Diego County Office of Education and The Classroom of the Future Foundation The Power of Digital Learning Seminar La Jolla Marriott, La Jolla, CA April 4, 2001.

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    1. Technology Trends Shaping the Classroom of the Future Keynote Speaker for San Diego County Office of Education and The Classroom of the Future Foundation The Power of Digital Learning Seminar La Jolla Marriott, La Jolla, CA April 4, 2001

    2. Governor Davis Created New Institutes for Science, Innovation, and Tech Transfer UCSB UCLA UCI UCSD The California Institute for Bioengineering, Biotechnology, and Quantitative Biomedical Research The Center for Information Technology Research in the Interest of Society (Proposed-UCB, UCD, UCSC, UCM) UCB The California NanoSystems Institute UCSF UCSC The California Institute for Telecommunications and Information Technology

    3. The Internet is Poised to MoveThroughout the Physical World Radio (1940s) Internet (1990s)

    4. The Era of Guerilla Infrastructure • Guerilla vs. Commercial Infrastructure • Bottom Up • Completely Decentralized • Self-Assembling • Use at Your Own Risk • Paves the Way for Commercial Deployment • Examples • NSFnetInternet • NCSA MosaicWeb • NapsterPeer-to-Peer Storage • SETI@homePeer-to-Peer Computing • IEEE 802.11Broadband Wireless Internet

    5. Governor Davis Created New Institutes for Science, Innovation, and Tech Transfer 220 UCSD & UCI Faculty and Staff Working in Multidisciplinary Teams With Students, Industry, and the Community The State Provides $100M for New Buildings, Laboratories, and High Tech Equipment www.calit2.net

    6. A Broad Partnership Response from the Private Sector Akamai Boeing Broadcom AMCC CAIMIS Compaq Conexant Copper Mountain Emulex Enterprise Partners VC Entropia Ericsson Global Photon IBM IdeaEdge Ventures Intersil Irvine Sensors Leap Wireless Litton Industries MedExpert Merck Microsoft Mission Ventures NCR Newport Corporation Orincon Panoram Technologies Printronix QUALCOMM Quantum R.W. Johnson Pharmaceutical RI SAIC SciFrame Seagate Storage Silicon Wave Sony STMicroelectronics Sun Microsystems TeraBurst Networks Texas Instruments UCSD Healthcare The Unwired Fund WebEx Computers Communications Software Sensors Biomedical Startups Venture Firms $140 M Match From Industry

    7. The UCSD “Living Grid Laboratory”—Fiber, Wireless, Compute, Data, Software • Commodity Internet, Internet2 • High-speed WAN (OC48+) • Link UCSD and UCI SDSC • High-speed optical core • 8 Gigabit now • 80 Gigabit in 18 months • 1 Terabit in 36 Months Eng. / Cal-(IT)2 CS Hosp Med Chem • Campus Wireless ½ Mile SIO Source: Phil Papadopoulos, SDSC

    8. The Three Layers of CENIC • The Corporation for Education Network Initiatives in California • Optical Network Initiative / NTON • California Research and Education Network (CalREN-2) • The Digital California Project • Links Calit2 with UC Campuses with State K-12

    9. Broadband Wireless Internet is Here Today • Create Wireless Internet “Watering Holes” • Ad Hoc IEEE 802.11 Domains • Real Broadband--11 mbps Going to 54 mbps • Security and Authentication can be Added • Home, Neighborhoods, Office, Schools? • MobileStar--Admiral Clubs, Starbucks, Major Hotels, Restaurants, … • UCSD—Key Campus Buildings, Dorms, Coffee Shops… “The future is already here, it’s just not evenly distributed”William Gibson, Author of Neuromancer

    10. Wireless Internet Can Put a Supercomputer in the Palm of Your Hand! 802.11b Wireless • Interactive Access to: • State of Computer • Job Status • Application Codes

    11. Wireless Internet Turns PCs into Servers for Web Tablets • Back to the Slate Tablet! • Connected by IEEE 802.11b • Powerful Microprocessor Onboard • At Home and At School www.qubit.net http://developer.intel.com/home/webtablet/

    12. The High PerformanceWireless Research and Education Network NSF Funded PI, Hans-Werner Braun, SDSC Co-PI, Frank Vernon, SIO 45mbps Duplex Backbone http://hpwren.ucsd.edu/Presentations/HPWREN

    13. The Wireless Internet Adds Bio-Chemical-Physical Sensors to the Grid • From Experiments to Wireless Infrastructure • Scripps Institution of Oceanography • San Diego Supercomputer Center • Cal-(IT)2 • Imagine the School Projects! Source: John Orcutt, SIO

    14. Creating Tiny and Inexpensive Wireless Internet Sensors Combining… Fluids Stresses and Strains Optics and Lasers 0.1 mm UCI Integrated Nanosystems Research Facility

    15. How Will You Know if The Kids Are on the Internet? It connects to the audio piece and works like a tiny monitor that projects an image through the really cool bug-eye monocle into my eye. It has lots of ‘serious’ applications, but my favorite is to watch ‘Buffy’. My mom has already realized that when the video is on, the lenses become less transparent. That way she knows if I’m really paying attention to her or reading my email. She’s caught on quickly. http://wearables.www.media.mit.edu/ projects/wearables/mit-ideo/

    16. Pervasive Computing Means Overlaying the Physical and Cyber Realities Source: Virginia Tech/Univ. Illinois, MIT, Univ Washington, UCSD

    17. Cal-(IT)2 Will Collaborate to Create Links Between Art, Technology, & Science ” “UCSD

    18. Multiplayer Computer Games Form Interactive Fantasy Worlds • Persistent Evolving Worlds • Players Build Cybertowns • 3D Multiplayer Worlds • "EverQuest The online, real-time fantasy world lets players assume the roles of warriors and wizards for days on end... As the decade closed, this was the nearest you could get to being on a Star Trek holodeck." www.everquest.com