Frank Catanzaro

Frank Catanzaro is co-founder of Arcturus Research & Design, and chairs the Millennium Project’s Experimental Cyber-Node. Frank pioneered online communities in the 1970s and 80s, incorporating innovative use of computer and communications mediated collaboration tools. His clients have included the Hudson Institute, Fujitsu, Sprint, Perot Systems, Arlington Institute, the Nation of Cape Verde, and the Kuwait Oil Company. Along with partner Susan Gill, he won the first prize award in the Kawasaki, Japan "International Concept Design Competition for Advanced Information Cities." He now works with the Millennium Project with Clients such as the republic of Korea, the Prime Minister's Office of Kuwait and the Science University of Malaysia.