Kleinrock Tour of Boelter Hall Site of First Internet Message

On Thursday, January 31st at 1pm, Leonard Kleinrock has kindly offered to give ASIS&T a tour of Boelter Hall 3420. The room was recently restored to look just like it did when the first internet message was sent using a large piece of equipment, called the Interface Message Processor.

Leonard Kleinrock, a professor of computer science at UCLA since 1963, made great contributions and played an important role in developing the packet networks that served as a foundation for the internet.

Read more about Boelter Hall 3420.
If you would like to attend the tour, please RSVP by Wednesday, January 23rd. Space is limited. All are welcome to attend.