Srikanth Chandrasekaran

Srikanth Chandrasekaran

Sr. Director; Foundational Technologies Practice Lead, IEEE Standards Association (IEEE SA) - Sri has been associated with the IEEE SA for the past 9 years as a Sr. Director, and the lead for the IEEE SA Foundational Technologies Practice. In this role, Sri is focused on developing key programs that address core issues of security, identity, trust and building end-to-end trustworthy devices and systems across emerging areas such as IoT, Smart Cities, Sensors and Blockchain. Sri also heads the standardization activities for IEEE SA for the Asia Pacific region. Sri leads the IEEE Blended Learning Program effort, driving the development of an eLearning platform, focused on bridging skills for students in current and emerging technologies as well as lateral skilling of industry professionals.
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