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CETI Industry Day June 9th 2011

Theme: Large-scale collaboration and innovation actions that have impact within the enterprise and region.

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When Jun 09, 2011
from 12:00 PM to 03:00 PM
Where OSU Scott Laboratory Room E100
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Contact Phone 614/330-7617
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The OSU College of Engineering's CETI Industry Day Event  will be held on Thursday June 9th 2011from 10:30 am - 2 pm  in Scott Laboratories Room E100. 

This key CETI event and keynote will focus around large-scale collaboration and innovation actions that have impact within the enterprise and region.  Over twenty Capstone and Research projects based on Knowledge-driven Enterprise Architectures and Services will be presented.  See how this research is applied to innovative mobile, location-based, and geo-spatial applications for our sponsors.  In addition talk to our students who apply technologies such as wireless, semantic web, model-driven architectures, and cloud computing to provide solutions. Also see how we  leveraging our industry projects to provide early access to thought leadership and curriculum in key areas.

Agenda: 

Noon - 1:30 pm CETI and Capstone Project Showcase.

2:00 - 3:00 pm Industry Day Keynote, Doug Cox, Vice President,  Collaboration Solutions Development and Support, IBM. Abstract Biography


Related Events: 
Planning Meeting for the Innovation Action Network (by specific invitation only): 8:30 am -10 am.  Scott Laboratories 525.
CETI Industry Advisory Board Meeting (CETI  members, and by invitation): 10:30 am - noon: Scott Laboratories 525.


The CETI Program ( http://www.ceti.cse.ohio-state.edu) is sponsored by the National Science Foundation, and affiliated with the Center for Experimental Research in Computer Science at the Georgia Institute of Technology ( http://www.cercs.gatech.edu).

Scott Laboratory is Building 148 and is located at 201 W. 19th Ave, Columbus Ohio 43210 http://www.osu.edu/map/building.php?building=148 The nearest parking is the Tuttle Park Place garage (building 088) by the stadium.

Please RSVP to: Thomas Lynch (lynch.268@osu.edu ) or Dr. Rajiv Ramnath (ramnath.6@osu.edu)

Keynote Abstract:This year is IBM's 100 year anniversary and over those years IBM has been an industry leader. Today, Social Businesses are separating themselves from the pack and outpacing their industry peers at a great pace.   IBM is a leader in driving Social Business. Doug's presentation will focus on IBM's commitment to social business technology, both internally and externally, and the strategies that enable companies and government agencies to become social citizens by creating smarter cities.  Doug will cover how social collaboration solutions can reduce costs and improve business speed by removing barriers between employees; deepen relationships with clients and partners over the web, to grow business; and to get new offerings to market fast, with greater insights from core stakeholders.

Doug Cox Portrait Doug Cox is Vice President, Development and Support, IBM Collaboration Solutions, responsible for the strategy and development of IBM's Collaboration portfolio including the worldwide technical support team dedicated to software client satisfaction. The portfolio is designed to empower people to be more effective, responsive and innovative within the context of the work they do. Doug was previously Vice President, SOA Interaction Services.  In this role, he led the development and delivery of WebSphere Portal, software that enables organizations to design their Web experience with personalized applications. Prior to this role, Doug led IBM World Wide Technical Support for Lotus - a global organization consisting of highly skilled technical consultants dedicated to customer satisfaction with the IBM collaboration portfolio. He joined IBM at the Research Triangle Park Software Laboratory in 1984 and has held a number of executive and technical leadership roles within the IBM Software Group with a primary focus on the development and delivery of new technologies including the Director of Development, IBM Pervasive Computing. Doug holds degrees in a Master of Computer Engineering from North Carolina State University in Raleigh, NC and a Bachelor of Electrical Engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta GA

 

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