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IBM Researchers named to ACM India Eminent Speaker program    (up to IBM Research Computer Science Blog)

Ten members of IBM Research - India have been named to the ACM India Eminent Speaker program.  There are currently 29 eminent speakers, so the IBMers represent roughly 1/3 of the program. 

Mukesh Mohania

  1. Big Data Analytics for Personalized Education
  2. Cloud Computing and Big Data Analytics: What Is New from DB Perspective?
  3. Analyzing Data and Content Together

Ankur Narang

  1. Distributed Scheduling for Massively Parallel Systems
  2. Research Directions in Large Scale Inverse Problem

Prasad M. Deshpande

  1. Unlocking the Power of Unstructured Data for Master Data Management
  2. Preventing Information Leakage from Unstructured Documents

Sameep Mehta

  1. Introduction to Knowledge Graph Stores with Applications
  2. Data Fusion Enabled Contextual and Personalized Insight Mining

Rajeev Gupta

  1. Big Data, Metadata, and Beyond
  2. Continuous Query Processing: Concepts, Algorithms, and New Problems

Ramasuri Narayanam

  1. Social Network Analysis: From Classics to Recent Advances
  2. Games on Networks: Modeling, Algorithms, Computational Analysis, Applications
  3. Computational Analysis of Connectivity Games with Applications to Social Network Analysis

Dinesh Garg

  1. Quadratic Optimization in High Dimensions: A Tale of Two Methods
  2. Mobile Payments—A Growing Threat and How Machine Learning Can Help Talk 3: Auction Design for Online Advertising

Animesh Nandi

  1. Enabling Efficient Time-Travel Primitives in Big Data Platforms
  2. Detecting Anomalous System Behaviour Using Historical Log Data
  3. Towards Automating Root-Cause Diagnosis in a Datacenter via Analysis of Historical Fine-grained Machine-state Data

Praveen Jayachandran

  1. Research Challenges and Trends in Cloud Computing
  2. Linux Containers: The Next Generation Cloud Technology
  3. Monitoring and Problem Determination in Cloud Environments

Shivkumar Kalyanaraman

  1. Energy-Transportation Nexus: Future of Renewables, Energy Storage, Electric Vehicles for Emerging Markets Like India
  2. IT/Wireless Convergence: Future of Mobile and Telecom in India

 

posted by Brent Hailpern on Wed, 04 Nov 2015 19:05:53 -0500