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Irving Wladawsky-Berger

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

Digital Fellow

Dr. Irving Wladawsky-Berger is a research affiliate at MIT’s Sloan School of
Management and a fellow of MIT’s Initiative on the Digital Economy and MIT Connection Science.

He retired from IBM in May of 2007 after a 37-year career with the company, where his primary focus was on innovation and technical strategy. He led a number of IBM’s companywide initiatives including the Internet, Supercomputing, and Linux. He’s been Adviser on Digital Strategy and Innovation at Citigroup, at HBO, and at MasterCard; adjunct professor at the Imperial College Business School; and a guest columnist at the Wall Street Journal’s CIO Journal.

Dr. Wladawsky-Berger was co-chair of the President’s Information Technology Advisory Committee, and a founding member of the Computer Sciences and Telecommunications Board of the National Research Council. He is a fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. A native of Cuba, he was named the 2001 Hispanic Engineer of the Year. Dr. Wladawsky-Berger received an M.S. and a Ph. D. in physics from the University of Chicago.

Since 2005, Irving has been writing a weekly blog, irvingwb.com

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