Tuesday, June 18, 2013
Campus Director to Speak as Keynote Panelist at IEEE Cloud 2013
Carnegie Mellon University’s Silicon Valley (CMU-SV) campus director, Dr. Martin Griss, will be a featured plenary panelist at the 6th International Conference on Cloud Computing. With the theme, “change we are leading,” IEEE Cloud 2013 will be held at the Santa Clara Marriott June 27 – July 2. The world’s largest academic conference in Services Computing will draw some of the field’s biggest names to discuss emerging technology in today’s service industry.
Cloud 2013’s lineup includes a number of keynotes and plenary panels, including “Context-Aware Mobile Services,” which will be moderated by Pankaj Mehra, CTO and SVP of Fusion-IO, and Munindar P. Singh, North Carolina State University. Along with Dr. Griss, Ramanthan Guha, Google Fellow, and Nimish Radia, R&D Director, Ericsson, round out the esteemed group of panelists. The panel will involve discussion of topics relating to the theory, such as modeling human cognition, and practice, of context-aware mobile services.
Dr. Griss is the director of CMU-SV and CIT associate dean of engineering. He is also director of the campus’ Disaster Management Initiative (DMI) and founded the CyLab Mobility Research Center. Griss is a leader in software reuse and software agents and is also involved in research on mobile applications and services and disaster management.
"Context-Aware Mobile Services" will be held July 1st at 12 P.M. in the California Ballroom Salons 1-5 of the Santa Clara Marriott. See IEEE Cloud 2013 for Program.