Projects and Groups
- Wireless Networking Research
- IBM Student Workshop for Frontiers of Cloud Computing 2011
- Measurement Science for Cloud Computing
- Mote Runner
- Computer Science
- Communications & Networking
- Distributed and Fault-Tolerant Computing
- Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining
- Security and Privacy
Mudhakar Srivatsa is a principal research staff member and manager of Internet-of-Things (IoT) Analytics team at the Distributed Cognitive Systems department in IBM T. J. Watson Research Center. His work is focussed on cognitive analysis of spatiotemporal data gathered from IoT sensors for distributed activity detection while being robust under adversarial settings. He is an IBM master inventor, authored over 100 research papers, 28 granted US patents, three IBM outstanding technical achievement awards and has transitioned major software artifacts on extracting insights from IoT sensors to various IBM products (InfoSphere Streams, BigInsights, Sensemaking, SPSS Modeler, BlueMix Geospatial services and Spectrum Scale).
He served as a technical area leader for Secure Hybrid Networks research in International Technology Alliance in Network and Information Sciences, a research consortium formed from twenty three US and UK industrial and academic members. He is also a principal investigator and IBM program manager for Information Network Research in Network Science Collaborative Technology Alliance. He serves on the editorial board for Springer Wireless Networks Journal.
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