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Thursday, December 08, 2005
TiE Networking Meeting with Dr. C. Mohan
"Dear Mr. Jain,
Please mark your calendar and register for an exciting TiE Networking Meeting on Thursday 8th Dec 2005.
Dr. C. Mohan
IBM Fellow, IBM Almaden Research Center, San Jose, CA 95120, USA
Member, IBM Software Group & Information Management Architecture Boards
"Global Technology Outlook"
The Global Technology Outlook (GTO) is IBM’s projection of the future for information technology (IT). It 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 our customers. The 2005 GTO focuses on six topics: Hardware Technology and Systems, A Revolution in Enterprise Software, Innovation in Services, Metadata, Speak to IT and Characteristics of On-Demand. In this talk, Dr. Mohan will share the GTO 2005 findings with the audience.
Dr. Mohan joined IBM Almaden Research Center in 1981. He is the primary inventor of the ARIES family of recovery and concurrency control methods, and the industry-standard Presumed Abort commit protocol. He was named an IBM Fellow in 1997 for being recognized worldwide as a leading innovator in transaction management. He received the 1996 ACM SIGMOD Innovations Award in recognition of his innovative contributions to the development and use of database systems. In late 2002, he was named an ACM Fellow and an IEEE Fellow. 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. From IBM, he has received 1 Corporate and 8 Outstanding Innovation/Technical Achievement Awards. He is an inventor on 34 patents. Mohan works very closely with numerous IBM product groups and his research results are implemented in numerous IBM and non-IBM prototypes and products like DB2, MQSeries, Lotus Domino/Notes, Microsoft SQLServer and S/390 Parallel Sysplex. He has been an editor of VLDB Journal, and Distributed and Parallel Databases. Currently, he is a member of IBM's Software Group and Data Management Architecture Boards, and is working on database caching and next generation messaging in the context of DB2 and WebSphere. Mohan received his PhD in computer science from the University of Texas at Austin in 1981. In 2003, he was named a Distinguished Alumnus of IIT Madras from which he received a B.Tech. in chemical engineering in 1977.
Date : Thursday 8th Dec 2005
Time : 6.45 P.M
Place : Trinity Hall @ Taj Residency, Bangalore
Event Sponsors : IBM
Non Member Fee : Rs. 350/-
Participation through registration. Mail Alfio Aquien at: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 22120009. "
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