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Mar 15, 2006 at 03:47 PM

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Julian Bleecker heads the Mobile and Pervasive Lab, a near-future think tank and research and development lab focused on prototyping and scenario design.

Since 1988 he has been involved in a wide variety of technologies from virtual reality to mobile experience design and location-based media applications. His past and current clients include MTV, Comedy Central, VH1, Scholastic, Sun Microsystems, Volvo Cars, Barnes & Noble, MCI, The National Building Museum, Continental Airlines, The New York Sun and

Bleecker’s proficiencies include emerging technology design, research and development, implementation, concept innovation, and strategy consulting. His areas of expertise include media and entertainment, mobile designed experiences, location-based media, and social software. His background in electrical engineering and computer science, coupled with his work on emerging technology design allows him to provide a unique perspective on the near-future possibilities of technology-based mobile, location-based, social and networked applications, products and services.

Many of his emerging technology projects have been exhibited and presented in venues such as SIGGRAPH, Xerox PARC, Banff New Media Institute, American Museum of the Moving Image, Art Interactive (Boston), Boston Cyberarts Festival, Eyebeam Atelier (New York City), SK Telecom’s Art Center Nabi (Korea) and Keio University (Japan). His concepts and technology implementations have been adopted by many prominent brands, including Viacom where he consulted as a lead mobile technology developer for MTV, VH1 and Comedy Central’s entry into the mobile and wireless media market.

Bleecker is an expert technologist with over 20 years of hands-on experience. He is fluent in many modern programming languages and best-practices development approaches for distributed networked systems, desktops and mobile and pervasive systems. He is an Assistant Professor at the University of Southern California and a research fellow at the Annenberg Center for Communication.

Bleecker has a BSEE from Cornell University, an MS Eng from the University of Washington, Seattle, and a Ph.D. from the University of Southern California where his dissertation was on technology, entertainment and culture.

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