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Keith D. Hazelton (University of Wisconsin-Madison)

Keith D. Hazelton
Senior IT Architect

Madison, Wisconsin
UNITED STATES

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Keith Hazelton is Senior IT Architect at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and works half-time for Internet2 as a charter member of the NSF-funded Middleware Architecture Committee for Education (MACE) and chair of its directory working group, MACE-Dir. He concentrates on middleware infrastructure issues and is a frequent speaker and panel member at Internet2, Common Solutions Group, Educause and other venues. He has also presented at numerous international conferences including the Trans-European Research and Education Network Association (TERENA) CERNET (China Education and Research Networks) and the Japan Gigabit Networking Conference (JGN).

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