I am currently working in Hybrid Cloud Services department of IBM T.J. Watson Research Center. I am broadly interested in Cloud and AI. In the past, I successfully built data-driven systems and applications in the context of Mobile Computing, Crowdsourcing and Social Networks. I have years of experience on robust, scalable, cloud-native applications and architectures. Here are some of the projects that I have contributed in IBM:
- Risk Modeling and Quantification for Compliance: Natural Language to Risk Quantification in Hybrid Cloud using Machine Learning.
- Continuous and Cognitive Compliance: A cloud native solution for making sure of continuous compliance for IBM managed IT infrastructure to various regulations such as HIPAA, PCI-DSS, CIS etc. Mapping of various regulatory documents to common hieararchy using Machine Learning.
- Technical Health Check as a Service: An AI-powered solution for assessing risk of IT environments and providing a heatmap on various components on their respective health (and risk).
- GreenDataFlow (Open Collaboration with University at Buffalo): An energy-efficient data transfer solution via application level parameter optimization without comprimising from the performance.
- Risk-based Continuous Patching: A cognitive solution for assessing risk of vulnerabilities and enabling continuous patching for IBM managed servers.
- Network Firewall Automation: A Big Data Analytics solution for network firewall automation, to enable IBMers to easily set up network connection from Softlayer to IBM internal Network. Data collected through the firewall network is enriched with business context and processed with Spark to provide insights to the interested parties.
- RoomSurfer: An IoT based solution for monitoring, predicting occupancy status of Conference Rooms in IBM Offices.
I've published several articles in prestigious journals and conferences. I currently hold 3 patents, issued by United States Patent and Trademark Office, as well as numerous patents that are pending. You can find my publications in Google Scholar.