Membership of the Computer Science and Telecommunications Board
The Computer Science and Telecommunications Board is composed of nationally recognized experts from across the information technology fields and complementary fields germane to the Board's interests in IT and society. These leaders are selected on the basis of their individual accomplishments; they are not appointed as representatives of organizations, but they are associated with a wide range of academic, industrial, and other affiliations. Several members of the board have been elected to the National Academy of Sciences (NAS), National Academy of Engineering (NAE), or the Institute of Medicine (IOM).
Board members are appointed by the National Academies following a rigorous vetting process, and they serve staggered terms of three to five years. Through two meetings a year and other interactions, they contribute ideas for, and oversee, CSTB's programs, with the support of its professional staff.
Robert F. Sproull (NAE), University of Massachusetts, Amherst, CSTB Chair
Luiz André Barroso, Google, Inc.
Robert F. Brammer, Brammer Technology, LLC
Edward Frank, Apple, Inc.
Jack L. Goldsmith, III, Harvard Law School
Seymour E. Goodman, Georgia Institute of Technology
Laura Haas (NAE), IBM Corporation
Mark Horowitz (NAE), Stanford University
Michael Kearns, University of Pennsylvania
Robert Kraut, Carnegie Mellon University
Susan Landau, Google, Inc.
Peter Lee, Microsoft Corp.
David Liddle, US Venture Partners
Barbara Liskov (NAS, NAE), Massachusetts Institute of Technology
John Stankovic, University of Virginia
John Swainson, Dell, Inc.
Peter Szolovits (IOM), Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Ernest J. Wilson, University of Southern California
Katherine Yelick, University of California, Berkeley