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Workshop on Standardization in E-Health
Geneva, 23-25 May 2003

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Dave Lindbergh is an engineer and standardization representative for Polycom Inc.  He has been active in United States and international standardization for video teleconferencing since 1993, including Committee T1, TIA, IETF, ISO/IEC and ITU, where he was a principal contributor to ITU-T Recommendations H.223, H.224, H.281, and V.140, served as editor for Recs. H.226, H.227, H.241, and H.324, and as chairman of the ITU-T H.324 Systems Experts group.  He is currently Rapporteur for ITU-T Study Group 16 Question E, Media Coding, chairman of the IMTC Requirements Work Group and co-chairman of the IMTC Media Processing Activity Group.  In 2002 he received an IMTC Leadership Award for his leadership role in the standards community.  Dave is a co-author of Digital Compression for Multimedia: Principles and Standards (Morgan Kaufmann, 1998) and a contributor to Multimedia Communications (Academic Press, 2001).  In 1990 Dave co-founded CD Atlas Company, a multimedia mapping startup, and as a consulting engineer, he designed modem protocols and software, and developed the APT (Asynchronous Performance Tester) data communications measurement tool used in the modem industry.  In 1981 he founded Lindbergh Systems, maker of OMNITERM data communications software.  He is credited with two U.S. patents in the field of data compression and data communications.

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