March 18, 2013 "Big Data in the Cloud: Preparing for the Future" - Cloud Standards Customer Council read more... April 9, 2013 "Adding Gamification to the CIO Portfolio Ready, Play" - CIO Summit read more...
May 29, 2013 "Federal Government and Gamification: Ready to Play"- IBM Impact read more...
May 13, 2013 "Complex Adaptive Systems - Energy Metrologies for Nanobiomaterials in Artificial Photosynthesis" - NanoTech Conference read more... June 4, 2013 "Making Energy Grids Smart with Cloud based Sensor Networks" - Sensor Expo and Conference read more...
June 27, 2013 "The New Cloud on the Horizon - Cloud Brokers" and "Impact of Cloud and Big Data on Smart Grids" - IEEE Cloud Computing Conference read more...
Sept 8, 2013 "Cloud Computing and Big Data Driving Innovation in Synthetic Biology"- IEEE International Conference on Biomedical Computing read more...
Melvin Greer is selected for 2012 BEYA Technologist of the Year Award
Melvin Greer has been awarded the Black Engineer of the Year (BEYA) 2012 Technologist of the Year Award, which recognizes his outstanding technical contribution and technical products that have a broad impact and high value to society as a whole. Melvin has been recognized for his outstanding technical contributions to cloud computing and service-oriented architecture.
The BEYA Award is one of the most prestigious and competitive honors in science, engineering and technology management. In BEYA’s 26-year history, thousands of America’s most creative and innovative professionals have been nominated, with less than 700 individuals having achieved the distinction of being an award recipient.
Melvin Greer Recognized for 5 Years of Mission-Focused Research
Melvin Greer, Principal Investigator, has been recognized for 5 years of distinguished mission focused research:
2009 – Open Source Cloud Computing 2010 – Mission Cloud and Emergency Mgmt 2011 – Mission Cloud Health Informatics 2012 – Complex Adaptive Systems for Energy 2013 – Synthetic Biology for Sustainable Energy
Greer Institute for Leadership and Innovation Leadership in the 21st century is no longer a fixed role. Today's leadership operates in a fluid, dynamic environment where innovation rules and leadership can come from any direction including outside the group.
Innovation, which is different from invention - developing great ideas, can be defined as ideas applied successfully in practice. Innovation is an important topic in the study of business entrepreneurship design technology sociology engineering. While innovation is usually associated with the output of the process, this site will tend to focus on the process itself, from the origination of an idea to its transformation into something useful, to its implementation and its impact on the system within which the process of innovation unfolds.
Software as a Service Inflection Point: Using Cloud Computing to Achieve Business Agility.
"This book offers the most comprehensive view of Cloud
computing and SaaS on the market today." - K. Brown, IBM, Wash,
"Melvin Greer provides an excellent guide to the Cloud computing IT
model with a solid overview of concepts, business aspects, technical
implications, benefits, challenges, and trends. " - J. Magnuson, Lockheed Martin, Valley Forge, PA, USA