Keynote Announcement: Alan Hartman (IBM)

posted 5 Jun 2012 05:39 by Patrick Poullie   [ updated 9 Jul 2012 04:53 by Martin Waldburger ]
Alan Hartman
, Senior Researcher at IBM, will present at the SESERV-organized workshop Socio-economic Certainties and Change for the Future Internet:

Trust and Security are ongoing struggles in all facets of the Future Internet.  Alan Hartman of IBM Research presents the research issues central to the study of the measurement and management of trust in a business context.

The workshop will take place in Brussels on June 20, 2012, right before the Digital Agenda Assembly. Participation is open and free-of-charge. Take the opportunity and register on-line

On the Speaker

Alan Hartman is currently a senior researcher at the IBM Israel Haifa Research Laboratory in the department of Privacy and Security. His work is focused on long term privacy preservation in the context of the ENSURE project.
After a post-doctoral fellowship at the University of Waterloo in Canada, Alan joined the IBM Haifa Research Lab in 1983. Since then, his research has focused on storage technologies, mathematical optimization, hardware and software verification, model based software, systems, and services engineering, and privacy. He spent 2.5 years at the IBM India research lab in Bangalore serving as the Services Science, Management, and Engineering (SSME) focal point for the IBM India Research Laboratory. He has also held positions at the IBM Israel Laboratory as the manager of the algorithms and optimization team, and the model-driven engineering technologies group. He has held visiting positions in the Mathematics Department at the University of Toronto and at Telstra Research Labs. He has also coordinated and managed several European Commission research projects (AGEDIS, MODELWARE, MODELPLEX, COCKPIT). Alan has a Ph.D. in mathematics from the University of Newcastle in Australia, an M.Sc. in mathematics from the Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, and a B.Sc. in mathematics from Monash University in Australia. He has published over 60 research papers and holds several patents.

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