Mudhakar Srivatsa  Mudhakar Srivatsa photo         

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Distinguished Research Staff Member and Manager (Distributed AI)
Thomas J. Watson Research Center, Yorktown Heights, NY USA


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Professional Associations:  ACM  |  IEEE  |  USENIX: The Advanced Computing Systems Association


Mudhakar Srivatsa is a distinguished research staff member and manager at the Distributed AI department in IBM T. J. Watson Research Center. His work is focussed on distributed machine learning and edge intelligence on spatial and temporal data gathered from heterogeneous data sources while being robust under adversarial settings. He is an IBM master inventor, authored over 100 research papers, 60 granted US patents, recipient of one IBM corporate award, nine IBM outstanding technical achievement awards and three IBM research division awards and has transitioned major software artifacts to various IBM products including: Cloud offerings (Cloud Pak for Data, Watson Studio, Cloud SQL Query, IBM Analytics engine, BlueMix Geospatial services), on-premise offerings (IBM Streams, SPSS Modeler, Db2 warehouse, Db2 event store, IBM Integrated Analytics System, Spectrum Scale). These machine learning algorithms have been used in production environment in various domains such as: customer care analytics, maritime piracy, music festivals, connected vehicles, smart wildlife, and predicting asteroid encounters.

He serves as a technical area leader for Secure Hybrid Networks research in International Technology Alliance in Distributed Analytics and Information Sciences (DAIS-ITA), a research consortium formed from sixteen US and UK industrial and academic members. He also served 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.

Prior to joining IBM, he received a B.Tech in Computer Science and Engineering from IIT Madras with a minor in Operations Research in 2002, and a PhD in Computer Science from Georgia Tech in 2007.

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