Posted by: mobilitycloud | January 23, 2018

***Date Correction*** This Thursday January 25th – SFTA New Technologies Educational Summit!

As a reminder, the SFTA (@soflatech) is hosting a “New Technologies Educational Summit” this Thursday January 25th starting at 5:00pm at the Grand Palm Hotel in Pembroke Pines. We will featuring speakers from FAU, IBM, Miami-Dade County and Sensentia moderated by Asif Malik (@asifmalik2).

Topics expected to be covered (but not limited to) relate  to IoT, Smart Systems, Smart Cities, Healthcare, Cognitive Computing and Solution Development.

Below is our list of Panelists and Moderator along with a link to register for the event. We look forward to seeing you this Thursday!

ASIF MALIK // PANEL MODERATOR

Asif Malik is an independent consultant in IT Architecture and Design space. He has interest in Human Development, in general, the role IT plays in it. He is currently engaged with offshore companies to develop solutions for Cognitive Era especially those based on IBM Watson APIs. He is also deeply involved in the development of 3D modeling solutions for IT Architecture. Mr. Malik is IBM Middleware User Group lead for last 10 years and currently committee chair for events and memberships at SFTA. He envisioned, planned and implemented this idea of an event on Cognitive Computing from SFTA Platform. He is very excited to see it actually happening.

BASSEM ALHALABI // ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF COMPUTER SCIENCE AT FLORIDA ATLANTIC UNIVERSITY.

Dr. Alhalabi is an Associate Professor of Computer Engineering at FAU’s main campus of Boca Raton.  His primary area of expertise is Embedded, Wireless, IoT, and Smart Control Systems, which span over consumer, industrial, educational and medical applications.  Currently, he is developing smart healthcare devices to improve general healthy living especially for elderly people and autistic children, and environmental applications. Dr. Alhalabi has conducted sponsored research and has over 80 publications in IEEE and other institutions journals and conference proceedings. For his research, he created Embedded Systems graduate and undergrad courses with hands-on labs.

CARMEN SUAREZ // MIAMI-DADE COUNTY

Carmen Suarez has been an employee of Miami-Dade County for over 36 years. Upon completion of her Bachelor of Science in Systems Analysis degree at the University of Miami, she joined the Information Technology Department as an entry level Systems Analyst in the Database Administration Unit. Throughout the years she has risen through the ranks and held positions as a database administrator, applications developer and technical manager in several IT disciplines within the organization. She is currently the Division Director in charge of 6 IT managers, with a total staff of over 100, belonging to the Enterprise Architecture Division.

JEFF ROGERS // DIRECTOR, HEALTHCARE INNOVATION CONSULTANT AT IBM CORPORATION

Jeff Rogers leads the North American team responsible for Industry Solution sales to government and healthcare clients. Focus solutions areas include Health and Human Services programs, Smarter Cities/Government, Emergency Management, Enterprise Health Analytics.

 

PETER D. STEPHENSON PH.D. // CHIEF PRODUCT OFFICER, SENSENTIA

Peter Stephenson is an innovator, developer and entrepreneur with a track record in researching, developing, and deploying advanced technology products. Expert in the product lifecycle from identifying and analyzing opportunities, developing solutions using open innovation, rapid prototyping and piloting, developing business strategy, and overseeing the deployment. Skilled in managing multi-disciplinary project teams that include business owners, operators, innovators, academia, entrepreneurs, VCs, designers, and technologists.

Register for SFTA New Technologies Educational Summit:

https://www.southfloridatech.org/event/sfta-presents-new-technologies-educational-summit/#!event-register/2018/1/25/new-technologies-educational-summit

 

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