About Us

Our Mission:

Our team is dedicated to providing exceptional AV support to all who utilize our supported spaces. We believe that technology should enhance your collaboration and learning experience, and we're here to assist with this. We support over 450 video conference rooms, and designated instructional spaces, along with over 8,000 pieces of audio-video technologies. Our mission is to provide reliable, high-quality AV services that help you achieve your goals. We strive to ensure that your AV experience is seamless and stress-free, so you can focus on what's important.

What We Do:

Our team provides a wide range of AV services such as; setting up and operating AV equipment in classrooms, meeting rooms, and other spaces, troubleshooting technical issues with AV equipment, providing training and support to help you get the most out of your AV equipment, digital signage solutions, and managing and maintaining a library of system and technical documents.

Our Approach:

We believe in taking a proactive approach to AV support. That means anticipating your needs and providing solutions in advance. We're always looking for ways to improve your AV experience, whether that's through new technology, better training, or more streamlined processes.

Ian Parker


Ian has more than 20 years of international networking and telecommunications experience building and managing technical processes and project management. As Director, Ian leads digital collaboration, education, and communication across enterprise.

Robert Del Visco


Robert joined Stanford Medicine in 2011 and became Manager in 2020.  He leads the AV team, which supports Stanford School of Medicine, and off site locations.

Justin Price

Sr. Communication Technologies Engineer

Since 2012, Justin has been an integral member of Stanford School of Medicine, overseeing diverse responsibilities. His role includes managing video conference setups, providing white glove support for executive meetings, troubleshooting AV/IT issues, and conducting training for classroom and boardroom AV systems. Justin serves as the systems administrator for digital signage, optimizing infrastructure across the Stanford University School of Medicine campus and satellite locations. Additionally, he contributes to the digital signage infrastructure at Stanford Hospital & Clinics throughout the Bay Area.

Art Bascos

Sr. Communication Technologies Engineer

For more than 15 years, Art has been instrumental in supporting our AV technology. His expertise spans computers, audiovisual equipment, lecture capture, and video conferencing in learning spaces, meeting areas, and the Dean's office. Additionally, Art conducts training sessions for both staff and student workers.

Minmin Qin

Communication Technologies Engineer

Minmin has 20+ years of classroom technologies experience at Stanford Medicine, providing classroom computing, application solutions, lecture capture systems, and Audio/Visual service operations & support. Minmin holds an MS in Library and Information Science from the University of Maryland at College Park. She is also a Apple and Microsoft Certified Professional.  

Sergio Cuba

Communication Technologies Engineer

Sergio provides immediate response, evaluation, and assistance for a wide range of hardware & peripheral configurations, software solutions, and network infrastructure.

Victor Vargas

 Communication Technologies Engineer

Victor provides immediate response, evaluation, and assistance for a wide range of hardware & peripheral configurations, software solutions, and network infrastructure.

Calvin Gee

System Administrator III

Calvin supports the lecture capture, and the Immersive Learning Center  infrastructure with day to day and long term projects. Prior to joining Stanford University, he worked in various capacities in the private sector such as storage, data center operations, and system administration.

Stephanie Caldow

Communication Technologies Engineer

Stephanie is an experienced audio engineer, with a background in both music and the corporate AV world. She studied Audio Engineering at New College Lanarkshire in Scotland, and spent 3 years as a part time music teacher. Here at Stanford she now handles any AV needs for the conference rooms and Grand Rounds space at the Center for Academic Medicine.

From blueprints through construction and into the future, AV Tech supports the Li Ka Shing Center and surrounding Stanford Medicine spaces