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Rodney Van Meter
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Rod Van Meter graduated from Caltech and went to work at USC/ISI in 1986, and has been hanging around with IETF/IRTF folks ever since. His work on network-attached storage systems helped lay the groundwork for iSCSI. Since 2003, his main research topic has been quantum computing and communications, with a gradual drift more completely toward the Quantum Internet side. He is now a professor at Keio University's Shonan Fujisawa Campus, a WIDE Project board member, and one of the leaders of the Quantum Internet Task Force.


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Chair Quantum Internet Research Group (qirg)
Member Internet Research Steering Group (irsg)

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RFC 9340 Mar 2023 Architectural Principles for a Quantum Internet

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