|Robert L. Constable heads the Nuprl research group in automated reasoning and software verification, and joined the Cornell faculty in 1968. He is known for his work connecting programs and mathematical proofs, which has led to new ways of automating the production of reliable software. Professor Constable is a graduate of Princeton University where he worked with Alonzo Church, one of the pioneers of computer science. Professor Constable stepped down as the Dean of the Faculty of Computing and Information Science at Cornell University, serving from 1999 – 2009. CIS is a college-level unit created to advance Cornell’s academic and research initiative in computing and information science.|
|Jacob Green is a technology entrepreneur, based in Baltimore MD. He is a partner in SpreadConcepts LLC, a boutique consulting firm which develops advanced, research-based technology to address real-world problems in distributed systems and networking. He is one of the founding technical team members of LTN Global Communications where he currently serves as Director of Engineering. He co-founded D-fusion an early business intelligence web crawling firm. He holds BS (’99) and MS (’00) degrees from Johns Hopkins University Computer Science, as well as BA (’99) in Physics.|
|Dorothee Heisenberg is CEO and co-founder of Clear Guide Medical, a medical device company headquartered in Baltimore, Maryland. The firm, a 2010 spin-out of Johns Hopkins University, designs, manufactures and markets several products into interventional radiology, urology and anesthesia. Prior to co-founding Clear Guide Medical, Dorothee was the inaugural S. Richard Hirsch Associate Professor at Johns Hopkins School for Advanced International Studies, in Washington DC. She holds a BS in Business Administration and Psychology from the University of New Hampshire and a Masters and PhD from Yale University in International Relations and Political Science.|
|Eric Horvitz is a technical fellow and director of the Microsoft Research lab on Microsoft’s main campus. His efforts and collaborations have led to fielded systems in the areas of online services, healthcare, transportation, ecommerce, operating systems, and aerospace. He received the Feigenbaum Prize and the ACM‐AAAI Allen Newell Prize for his contributions to artificial intelligence. He has been elected fellow of AAAI, ACM, and the National Academy of Engineering (NAE). He is co‐chair of the Partnership on AI to Benefit People and Society, recently announced by Amazon, Facebook, Google, IBM, and Microsoft. Eric did his doctoral work at Stanford University.
|Jim Jagielski, ’83, is a Senior Director in the Tech Fellows Program at Capital One. At Capital One, he leads their Open Source and InnerSource processes and strategies. He also serves on the Board of Directors of the Apache Software Foundation, which he co-founded, and has continually served as a director since its inception. He has previously also served as President and Chairman of the ASF. Jim has also served on the board of other foundations such as the Open Source Initiative and OuterCurve. An acknowledge visionary on matters of the Web, Cloud, IT and Open Source, he is a frequent speaker and has won numerous awards and accolades for his knowledge and involvement.
|Tom Longstaff is a Program Manager and Principal Cybersecurity Strategist for the Asymmetric Operations Sector of the Applied Physics Laboratory (APL).Tom joined APL in 2007 to work with a wide variety of infocentric operations projects on behalf of the US Government to include nuclear command and control, automated incident response, technology transition of cyber R&D, information assurance, intelligence, and global information networks. He is the chair of the Computer Science, Cybersecurity, and Information Systems Engineering Programs within the Whiting School at JHU. Tom received his BA in Physics and Mathematics at Boston University in 1983, his Masters in Applied Science in 1986, and his Ph.D. in Computer Science in 1991 from UC Davis.|
|Cleve Pasarell, ’04, is VP of Product Development at Livingly Media, a company he joined pre-launch eleven years ago. A software engineer at heart, he tries his best to stay on top of the latest trends in the field and is currently studying data science and machine learning. When he can, Cleve contributes his spare time to Hopkins and co-chairs the Student and Faculty Engagement subcommittee in the Hopkins Engineering Alumni Leadership Committee. A Bay Area native, he currently resides in San Francisco with his wife, Jenny.|
|Joe Pistritto is a SRE Engineering Director in the San Francisco office where he is the Site Lead. He manages teams running the base infrastructure for Google’s services including setup and teardown of cluster software infrastructure. Before that he worked in global infrastructure planning at Google and was VP of Engineering at several Bay Area startups as well as at Oracle in his life before Google. Joe is a graduate of Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland with a BS and MS in Electrical Engineering.|
|Krishan Sabnani is a Research VP at Bell Labs responsible for research on NFV and web communications. Previously he was the VP of Networking Research from Jan. 2000 to Sept. 2013. Upon his graduation from Columbia University in 1981, he joined Bell Labs, Murray Hill, New Jersey as a Member of Technical Staff and was promoted to Department Head in 1993. He was named VP of Networking Research in 2000. He is also an Adjunct Professor at Columbia University and an honorary professor at IIT Delhi. Krishan is an ACM Fellow, an IEEE Fellow, and a Bell Labs Fellow. Krishan has received the 2005 IEEE Sumner Award and the 2005 IEEE McDowell Award.|
|Gary Siegel is the Executive Vice President, Delivery and Operations at FAST Technology, a Policy Administration Software Company, operating across the Life insurance Industry. He is responsible for Customer and Product Delivery and is committed to making each and every FAST Implementation a success in the eyes of our customers. A hands‐on leader, Gary holds a patent and has won a number of Quality and Innovation Awards. A 1988 Graduate of Johns Hopkins, with a Master’s Degree in Computer Science and a Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Engineering.|
|Jim Williams is the CEO of Siemens Molecular Imaging and is based in Knoxville, TN. Prior to that he was seven years in Germany with Siemens responsible for interventional X‐ray imaging. He received his Ph.D. from JHU in 1998, working in the field of medical imaging and his undergraduate and masters degrees from Rice University.|