Distinguished Visitors Program: US and Canada

The IEEE Computer Society is pleased to present the Regions 1-7 (U.S. and Canada) Distinguished Vistors [Speakers] Program. North American chapters interested in the speakers below should refer to the general guidelines for the DVP.

Speakers

 

Fawzi Behmann

Fawzi Behmann (2017-2019)
Advancement of IoT and impact on the future of Healthcare and Wellness
Virtualization – a key driver for 5G and IoT
Internet of Things (IoT) – Innovative Applications for Smart, Connected Homes and Buildings
Cybersecurity and Cloud Technology
The Future of Collaborative Internet of Things

 

 

Mark Paulk

Mark Paulk (2017-2019)
Investing in Software Process Improvement: An Executive
Software Process Improvement in Small Organizations and Small Projects
Agile Methodologies and Process Discipline
People Issues: The “Soft Side” of Software Process Improvement
Practices of High Maturity Organizations
Mature Software Project Management

 

Yuri Quintana

Yuri Quintana (2017-2019)
Global eHealth for collaborations in bioinformatics: New models for electronic healthcare delivery and new collaboration platforms for global biomedical research
eCare: New models for health services and collaboration among patients, families and professionals

 

 

Michelle Thompson

Michelle Thompson (2017-2019)
Algorithmic composition of music
An Open Source protocol for amateur radio satellites

 

 

David West

David West (2017-2019)
Building High Performance Teams With Scrum
Scaling Agile Product Delivery with Nexus – It is Turtles all the way down
Scrum Turns 21, are we done yet
Who is the Product Owner Anyway?

 

Khan Samee

Samee Khan (2016-2018)
Big Data Based Recommendation Approaches for Healthcare
Distributed Computing Systems from Clusters to Edge: Evolution and Trends
The Role of Information and Communication Technologies in Universal Design for Learning

 

 

Shiyan Huzoom

Shiyan Hu (2015-2017)
Smart Home Cybersecurity: Threat and Defense in a Cyber-Physical System
Nanoscale Interconnect Optimizations for Emerging Technologies