June 22–26, 2014
Leipzig, Germany

Janis E. Landry-Lane

World-Wide Sales Executive, Deep Computing, IBM

Janis serves as the IBM’s World-wide Sales Executive for Deep Computing. In this role she is the senior executive who builds strategy and High Performance Computing offerings for both the Higher Education and Life Sciences World-wide Segments. She has held this position for over 10 years, reporting to the World-wide Vice President for Deep Computing. Janis hashad various roles at IBM, including technical sales, and promotions to senior sales positions. She has worked for IBM for 32 years.
Janis has also served as a member of the Board of Directors for the Central Michigan University Research Corporation. (2000 – 2007) The research is focused on the use of data mining techniques for both the commercial and healthcare arenas. Additionally, she has been active in the development of the Central Michigan University Research Corporation and the SmartZone projects.
In 2005, Janis was an invited speaker at the Shanghai Supercomputing Center (HPC Applications Summit) where she presented a paper titled: In Silico Biology: The Intersection of Biology and HPC.
She has given many seminars on the uses of High Performance Computing in the US, Europe and Asia, with examples of work done by IBM for customers.
Landry-Lane has a BA from Colby College, Waterville, Maine, majoring in Economics, and an MBA from the William Simon School at the University of Rochester, Rochester, NY in Applied Economics.

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