Abstract: Application development for the Internet of Things is challenging because it involves dealing with the heterogeneity that exists both in Physical and Cyberworlds. Second, stakeholders involved in the application development have to address issues pertaining to different life-cycles ranging from design, implementation to deployment. In view of this, I will be presenting our research work and projects, which are carried out during my tenure in different industrial labs.
About the Speaker: Dr Pankesh is a scientist and educator in the area of system and software engineering. He focuses on building software development methodologies and tools to easily develop applications in the cross-section of software engineering, Internet of Things, and Industrial Internet of Things. He was a Senior Research Scientist at Fraunhofer USA – Center for Experimental Software Engineering (CESE) from August 2017 to January 2019. At Fraunhofer USA, his focus was on implementation of Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) techniques and methodologies in commercial environments. Before joining this position, he was a Research Scientist in Industrial Software System (ISS) group at ABB Corporate Research-India. He has finished PhD in Computer Science from the University of Paris VI (UPMC), France with a ``highest honors'' (``Tres Honorable'' in French) title. His PhD was funded by the French National Institute for Research in Computer Science and Control (INRIA)--Paris, France.
Faculty Seminar: Dynamic Moving Boundary Characteristics of Two-phase ORC Heat-exchangers in Solar Thermal Applications
Research Talk: Closing the Gap: Accelerating Application Development in the Internet of Things, Services, and People