Oppenheim, Daniel

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Biography

Born: 1954

Country: Jerusalem, Israel

Studies: Rubin Academies (Jerusalem & Tel-Aviv)

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Daniel Oppenheim is a Senior Research Scientist at the IBM T. J. Watson Research Center in NY. He received his doctorate degree from Stanford University for his interdisciplinary research on interactive real-time systems, creativity, and new usability paradigms. Joining IBM Research in 1993 as both scientist and renowned composer he was a founding member it’s Computer Music Center. Currently Daniel’s research is in the realm of the new Services Science, Management and Engineering (SSME) discipline. He is the chief Research architect of IBM’s new Application Assembly Optimization (AAO) framework that manages the Integrated Global Delivery of its Global Business Services (GBS). With over 20 patent filings on the AAO alone, he has received numerous awards for his work, including IBM’s highest level of recognition in 2011: the Corporate Award. These experiences led to his coining of the term Cross-Enterprise-Collaboration (CeC) which he has been pioneering in collaboration with both academia and industry. In 2010 he formed the Cross-Enterprise-Collaboration SIG within the Services Research and Innovation Institute (SRII) with the mission to advance the state of knowledge on CeC. [1]

Works for Percussion

Four Percussion - Percussion Quartet

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