Senior Vice President, Bank of America
REZA CURTMOLA NJIT Department of Computer Science
XIAONING DING NJIT Department of Computer Science
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 2012
– 4:30 P.M.
CAMPUS CENTER ATRIUM
Cloud computing is a hot topic in cybercircles these days as well as in the popular media.But what are the genuine advantages and challenges? A panel of experts will explore these issues at the Technology and Society Forum session on October 10.
Telx Senior Vice President JoeWeinmanhas also held executive positions at AT&T, HewlettPackard and Bell Laboratories.Named a“Top 10 Cloud Computing Leader”by TechTarget, Weinman is the author of Cloudonomics:TheBusinessValueofCloudComputing.He has been awarded 15 U.S.and international patents and his work has been widely showcased in print and online publications.
Bank of America Senior Vice President GilbertGatchalian’scontributions to computing span industries that include finance, manufacturing, legal, media and entertainment. Gatchalian has designed webhosting platforms for NYSE Euronext and ecommerce and marketing sites for Sony Music.He has developed infrastructureasaservice and cloud hosting platforms using technologies by Amazon Web Services, Rightscale, Rackspace and other hosting and software service providers.
Assistant Professor RezaCurtmolafocuses his research on the security of cloud services, applied cryptography and the security of wireless networks.He has received an NSF CAREER award and is a member of the Association for Computing Machinery and the IEEE Computer Society.
XiaoningDingrecentlyjoined NJIT’s College of Computing Sciences as an assistant professor.Ding previously worked at the Intel Science and Technology Center at Carnegie Mellon University. The results of his multicore system research have been used by Intel and Red Hat.
Cosponsors: NJIT Technology and Society Forum Committee, Albert Dorman Honors College, College of Computing Sciences, Sigma Xi
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