And here I am a point on the long tail of the survival curve -- still going on and going on very well. Life is good.
I hope this is beginning of new 'religiosity' in all religions.
- University of California, IrvineProfessor, present
Ramesh Jain is a researcher, educator, and entrepreneur.
Currently he is a Donald Bren Professor in Information & Computer Sciences at University of California, Irvine. Earlier he served on faculty of Georgia Tech, University of California at San Diego, The university of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Wayne State University, and Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur. He is a Fellow of ACM, IEEE, AAAI, IAPR, and SPIE. Ramesh co-founded several companies. Currently, he serves as advisor to four young and established companies and is a co-founder of mChron. His current research interests are in searching multimedia data and creating EventWebs for experiential computing.
- IIT KharagpurComputation and Control Engineering, 1970 - 1975Ph. D.
- VNIT, NagpurElectrical Engineering, 1965 - 1969B. E.
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