The IEEE Gold Affinity Group and the IEEE Computer Society Chapter, Hyderabad Section, are presenting an evening session led by Dr. C Mohan on "Global Technology Outlook For 2010", on 9th December, at La Makaan. The talk will be followed by an interactive session on "Excitement Of Research And What It Means To Have A Technology Career".
GTO 2010 highlights emerging software, hardware and services technology trends that are expected to significantly impact the IT sector in the next 3-7 years. In particular, the GTO identifies technologies that may be disruptive to an existing business, have the potential to create new opportunity, and can provide new business value to customers. The 2010 GTO focuses on six topics: Workload Optimized Systems, Wireless/IT Convergence, Software Technology Trends, Orchestrating The Smart Planet, Healthcare Transformation and Future of Legacy.
In the interactive session, Dr. Mohan will share his technical journey in IBM, and the problems and challenges he faced, and advice the young generation on the usefulness and excitement of a technology career.
Dr. Mohan is a renowned researcher in the field of database, workflow and transaction management. He is the primary inventor of the ARIES family of recovery and concurrency control methods, and the industry-standard Presumed Abort Commit protocol, which has had a profound industry-wide impact. His research findings have been implemented in numerous prototypes and products like IBM DB2, MQSeries, WebSphere, Informix, Cloudscape, Lotus Notes, Microsoft SQLServer and System Z Parallel Sysplex. At the 1999 International Conference On Very Large Data Bases, he was honored with the 10-Year Best Paper Award for the widespread commercial and research impact of his ARIES work which has been widely covered in textbooks and university courses.
Dr. Mohan is a Fellow of IBM, ACM and IEEE, and works from the IBM Almaden Research Labs in San Jose, Silicon Valley, California. He is an inventor of 34 high impact patents and was named the IBM Master Inventor. In 2009 he was elected to the US National Academy of Engineering (NAE) and the Indian National Academy of Engineering (INAE). He received the 1996 ACM SIGMOD Innovations Award in recognition of his innovative contributions to the development and use of database systems.
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