IBM Fellow, Distributed AI
I am an IBM Fellow leading the team working in the area of Distributed AI, which performs research in technology areas at the intersection of Internet of Things, Artificial Intelligence and Distributed Systems & Networks.
I received my undergraduate degree from Indian Institute of Technology in 1987 and my doctorate degree from University of California, Berkeley in 1991. I also have a degree in Management of Technology from NYU Polytechnic. I am an IEEE Fellow, and a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering, UK.
I joined IBM Research in 1992, and have worked on various projects related to autonomic computing, policy based networking, network science, mobile networks and wireless networks, Internet of Things and Cognitive Computing.
I served as the U.S. Principal Investigator for the International Technology Alliance in Network Sciences from 2006-2016. I am the U.S. Principal Investigator for the International Technology Alliance in Distributed Analytics which was initiated in 2016.
I have authored ten books on networking related topics. My family and I have written a number of bilingual books to teach Hindi, my mother-tongue. You can find a list of those books at Chanda Books.