IBM computer scientists have been at the forefront of scientific and technological innovation across a broad range of research areas. They have made pioneering contributions in artificial intelligence, high-speed processor design, computer architecture, natural language processing, programming languages, optimizing compilers, operating systems, storage systems, computer-supported cooperative work, databases, speech recognition, integer programming, and service-oriented architectures, to name a few.
Kun Hu, IBM Research - Almaden, gave an invited talk at the International Society for Neglected Tropical Diseases (ISNTD) Bites 2015 Conference, 19 March 2015, in London, England. The title of her talk was "The effect of antibody-dependent enhancement, cross immunity, and vector population on the dynamics of dengue fever". She will also be a featured speaker at the 6th International Confernece on Global Health, 1-2 March 2016, at Florida International University.
Michael Rosenfield, IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center, gave a keynote at Cool Chips XVIII, 13-15 April 2015, in Yokohama, Japan. The title of his talk was "Data Centric Systems: Architecture and Solutions for Technical Computing, Big Data, and High Performance Analytics".
Seetharami Seelam, IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center, will keynote QAC 2015, 30 November 2015, in Vancouver, Canada. His talk will be entitled "The IBM Container Cloud: Principles and Practices in Assuring the Quality of Service".
Olivier Tardieu, IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center, gave an invited talk at the 9th PGAS conference, 16-18 September 2015, in Washington, DC. The title of his talk was "Resilient and Elastic APGAS". He will also give an invited talk on the same subject at ESPM2 2015, 15 November 2015, in Austin, Texas.