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R&D in TCS and the strengthening of its Academia collaborations

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In this talk we will give an overview of the research at TCS and the current problems being addressed. TCS is looking to increase its collaborations with academia, and with such goal we are visiting a number of UK universities looking for long range research programs in areas of interest to TCS . We are looking for collaborations, each of the form of a joint activity between a research group at a university and a group in the company. We have a number of such collaborations between groups in TCS and academic partners in different countries and are seeking to extend them further.


Dr Mathai Joseph was an executive director of Tata Research Development and Design Centre, Pune until March 2007. Prior to joining TRDDC in 1997, Dr. Joseph held the Chair in software engineering at the Computer Science Dept. at University of Warwick for 12 years and was a visiting professor both at Carnegie-Mellon University and at Eindhoven University of Technology. Dr. Joseph’s past work and interests range over a wide set of topics from real-time and fault tolerant systems to reasoning about program behaviour to building practical, reliable software systems.

Currently Prof. Mathai has retired from the executive position and is an advisor to TCS .

This talk is part of the Computer Laboratory Opera Group Seminars series.

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