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Dr. Matthias KaiserswerthDirector and Vice President, IBM Research - ZurichMeet IBM Research                              ...
IBM Research - ZurichAgenda     Introduction & Strategy     How an idea becomes an innovation at IBM     Dilemmas of Strat...
IBM Research - ZurichAgenda     Introduction & Strategy 2                             © 2012 IBM Corporation
IBM Research - ZurichIBM Research: The World is Our Lab 3                                   © 2012 IBM Corporation
IBM Research - ZurichIBM Research: The World is Our Lab • Worlds largest information technology     research organization ...
IBM Research - ZurichIBM Research -Zürich                                             Computer Science: Security and Priva...
IBM Research - ZurichExpanded Goals for our 2nd Century     2012 and beyond     Lead       –IBM to new technologies/busine...
IBM Research - ZurichIBM Research and DevelopmentIBM continues to make consistent and sizable investments in R&D          ...
IBM Research - ZurichIBM Research: Supporting IBM’s Growth                                                 Growth Markets ...
IBM Research - ZurichIBM’s Growth Market ExpansionIn 2011 we opened nearly 100 new branch offices 8
IBM Research - ZurichThe World is Our Lab                                          Dublin                                 ...
IBM Research - ZurichAfrica: The Next Frontier for IBM Research Innovation                                   New lab in Ke...
IBM Research - ZurichAgenda     Introduction & Strategy     How an idea becomes an innovation at IBM     Dilemmas of Strat...
IBM Research - ZurichAgenda     How an idea becomes an innovation at IBM11                                              © ...
IBM Research - ZurichHow an Idea Becomes an Innovation at IBM           Technology           Trends                       ...
IBM Research - ZurichHow an Idea Becomes an Innovation at IBM           Technology           Trends                       ...
IBM Research - ZurichTrend Scans13                      © 2012 IBM Corporation
IBM Research - ZurichTrend Scans               Global             Innovation               Outlook       Dialog about inn...
IBM Research - ZurichTrend Scans                                        jam               Global             Innovation   ...
IBM Research - ZurichTrend Scans                                        jam               Global                          ...
IBM Research - Zurich2012 Global Technology Outlook       Managing       Uncertain                       Systems of People...
IBM Research - ZurichHow an Idea Becomes an Innovation at IBM           Technology           Trends                       ...
IBM Research - ZurichHow an Idea Becomes an Innovation at IBM           Technology           Trends                       ...
IBM Research - Zurich Idea/Concept                     seIBM Press Relea                                                  ...
IBM Research - Zurich Collaboration and (Working) Prototype                                                           d   ...
IBM Research - Zurich Deployment                seIBM Press Relea                           ed SuperMUC           Hot-Wate...
IBM Research - ZurichHow an Idea Becomes an Innovation at IBM           Technology           Trends                       ...
IBM Research - ZurichHow an Idea Becomes an Innovation at IBM           Technology           Trends                       ...
IBM Research - Zurich     Technology Transfer                    seIBM Press Relea                                        ...
IBM Research - ZurichTechnology Transfer21                      © 2012 IBM Corporation
IBM Research - ZurichAgenda     Introduction & Strategy     How an idea becomes an innovation at IBM     Dilemmas of Strat...
IBM Research - ZurichAgenda     Dilemmas of Strategic Innovation Management22                                             ...
IBM Research - ZurichDilemma #1Bottom Up and Top Down23                       © 2012 IBM Corporation
IBM Research - ZurichDilemma #1Bottom Up and Top Down24                       © 2012 IBM Corporation
IBM Research - ZurichDilemma #1Bottom Up and Top Down24                       © 2012 IBM Corporation
IBM Research - ZurichDilemma #2Long-term research and short-term success                            vs.25                 ...
IBM Research - ZurichDilemma #3Promotion of intellectual property    26    13                               © 2012 IBM Cor...
IBM Research - ZurichDilemma #3Promotion of intellectual property                                                         ...
IBM Research - ZurichHow do you confront these dilemmas?Here is a snapshot from IBM Research.27                           ...
IBM Research - ZurichFor Dilemma #1High Reputation                   Phase 2: Reputation RankingReputationManagementof Cor...
IBM Research - ZurichFor Dilemma #1Strategy Management System                                                             ...
IBM Research - ZurichFor Dilemma #1, #2Research withzu Dilemma #1 & #2Market Success30                      © 2012 IBM Cor...
IBM Research - Zurich                          For Dilemma #1 & #2                          Balanced Research Agenda      ...
IBM Research - ZurichFor Dilemma #3Open Innovation                                             Venture                    ...
IBM Research - ZurichFor Dilemma #3Open Innovation33                      © 2012 IBM Corporation
IBM Research - ZurichFor Dilemma #3Innovating with Partners 10% of our Pre/Post Docs are from  EPFL 13 CDAs/JDAs with EP...
IBM Research - ZurichFor Dilemma #3Project STEEPERIncrease electronic deviceefficiency by 10× andeliminate powerconsumption...
IBM Research - ZurichFor Dilemma #3Big Bang Meets Big Data Dishes of the Square Kilometer Array will produce  10 times th...
IBM Research - ZurichFor Dilemma #3Technology Roadmap with ASTRON Green supercomputing: 3-D chip stacks,  high-performanc...
IBM Research - Zurich38                      © 2012 IBM Corporation
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  1. 1. Dr. Matthias KaiserswerthDirector and Vice President, IBM Research - ZurichMeet IBM Research 1 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  2. 2. IBM Research - ZurichAgenda Introduction & Strategy How an idea becomes an innovation at IBM Dilemmas of Strategic Innovation Management Questions & Discussion 2 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  3. 3. IBM Research - ZurichAgenda Introduction & Strategy 2 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  4. 4. IBM Research - ZurichIBM Research: The World is Our Lab 3 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  5. 5. IBM Research - ZurichIBM Research: The World is Our Lab • Worlds largest information technology research organization • Patent Leadership • More than 3,000 scientists and engineers • IBM spent $6.3B on R&D in 2011 • 5 Nobel Prize Laureates 3 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  6. 6. IBM Research - ZurichIBM Research -Zürich Computer Science: Security and Privacy, Business Integration Technologies, Distributed Computing, Systems Management Systems: Server Technology, Accelerator Technology, I/O Link Technologies, System Software, Energy Management Storage: Tape Technologies,- Founded in 1956 Heads and Actuators, Storage Systems, Memory and Probe Technologies- 45 Nationalities- 25% students, pre- & post-docs, visiting Math & Computational Sciences: scientists Business Optimization, Computational Sciences, Data Analytics- 90 Collaborations with Partners Science & Technology: Semiconductors,- Two Nobel Prizes Systems, Beyond the Transistor, (1986 and 1987) Nanotechnology, Biotechnology- Recently opened the Binnig and Rohrer 4 Nanotechnology Center with ETH Zürich © 2012 IBM Corporation
  7. 7. IBM Research - ZurichExpanded Goals for our 2nd Century 2012 and beyond Lead –IBM to new technologies/businesses –Stronger IBM/client collaborations –Deeper industry expertise “The World is our Lab” –Enable our new labs to succeed –Focus on growth markets –Real world research Even Bolder Leadership Agenda –Leadership offerings –A new era of computing –Far-reaching research and grand challenges 5 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  8. 8. IBM Research - ZurichIBM Research and DevelopmentIBM continues to make consistent and sizable investments in R&D $5.8B 6180 Patents R&D Investment 6% E/R 6% E/R ~2950 Patents 2005 2011 6 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  9. 9. IBM Research - ZurichIBM Research: Supporting IBM’s Growth Growth Markets 22% of IBM’s geographic revenue Growth Initiatives 60% Cloud Business Analytics 16% revenue increase 3.8 times 2010 revenue from 2010 Base Research 40% Smarter Planet Nearly 50% revenue increase from 2010 7
  10. 10. IBM Research - ZurichIBM’s Growth Market ExpansionIn 2011 we opened nearly 100 new branch offices 8
  11. 11. IBM Research - ZurichThe World is Our Lab Dublin Zurich Watson China Almaden Haifa Tokyo Austin India Kenya Brazil Melbourne IBM Research labs Labs added since 2010 9
  12. 12. IBM Research - ZurichAfrica: The Next Frontier for IBM Research Innovation New lab in Kenya will conduct basic and applied research to solve East Africa’s problems, such as transportation congestion and to optimize the use, storage, safety and distribution of water.10
  13. 13. IBM Research - ZurichAgenda Introduction & Strategy How an idea becomes an innovation at IBM Dilemmas of Strategic Innovation Management Questions & Discussion11 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  14. 14. IBM Research - ZurichAgenda How an idea becomes an innovation at IBM11 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  15. 15. IBM Research - ZurichHow an Idea Becomes an Innovation at IBM Technology Trends Industry Solution Labs Industry Acquisitions Trends Collaboration Prototype Idea Trend Scan 3-10 years out Pilot Research Deployment / Social Productization FOAK Trends Licensing Academic Patents Papers Research Solution Centers Transfer Experience PapersIdeas management 12 Business © 2012 IBM Corporation management
  16. 16. IBM Research - ZurichHow an Idea Becomes an Innovation at IBM Technology Trends Industry Solution Labs Industry Acquisitions Trends Collaboration Prototype Idea Trend Scan 3-10 years out Pilot Research Deployment / Social Productization FOAK Trends Licensing Academic Patents Papers Research Solution Centers Transfer Experience PapersIdeas management 12 Business © 2012 IBM Corporation management
  17. 17. IBM Research - ZurichTrend Scans13 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  18. 18. IBM Research - ZurichTrend Scans Global Innovation Outlook  Dialog about innovation, business transformation and societal progress  Collaborate across a global ecosystem  GIO 4.0: security and society, water and oceans13 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  19. 19. IBM Research - ZurichTrend Scans jam Global Innovation Jamming Outlook  Dialog about innovation,  Collaboration between business transformation companies, and societal progress organizations and  Collaborate across a global family members to ecosystem yield first-of-a-kind  GIO 4.0: security and opportunities society, water and oceans13 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  20. 20. IBM Research - ZurichTrend Scans jam Global Global Innovation Jamming Technology Outlook Outlook  Dialog about innovation,  Collaboration between business transformation  Identify emerging companies, technology trends and societal progress organizations and significant to industry in  Collaborate across a global family members to ecosystem the next 3 - 7 years yield first-of-a-kind  GIO 4.0: security and  Has a direct influence opportunities society, water and oceans on IBM’s technical strategy13 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  21. 21. IBM Research - Zurich2012 Global Technology Outlook Managing Uncertain Systems of People Data at Scale The Future Watson Outcome Based Business Future of Resilient Business and Services Analytics14 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  22. 22. IBM Research - ZurichHow an Idea Becomes an Innovation at IBM Technology Trends Industry Solution Labs Industry Acquisitions Trends Collaboration Prototype Idea Trend Scan 3-10 years out Pilot Research Deployment / Social Productization FOAK Trends Licensing Academic Patents Papers Research Solution Centers Transfer Experience PapersIdeas management 15 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  23. 23. IBM Research - ZurichHow an Idea Becomes an Innovation at IBM Technology Trends Industry Solution Labs Industry Acquisitions Trends Collaboration Prototype Idea Trend Scan 3-10 years out Pilot Research Deployment / Social Productization FOAK Trends Licensing Academic Patents Papers Research Solution Centers Transfer Experience PapersIdeas management 15 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  24. 24. IBM Research - Zurich Idea/Concept seIBM Press Relea rs sio ns in data cente Intelligent use of heat emis of the future IBMs air scientists from eBIT 2008 tradef on 2008 — At the C ept of a zero carb erland, 3 March a pioneering conc - Rüschlikon, Switz for the first time extremely energy nover, Germany, ory will present otype is not only s Han esearch Laborat at. The first prot at buildings. Thi (NYSE : IBM) Zurich R the direct reuse of waste he redirected to such uses as to he stem nter achieved by ing energy to be water cooling sy emission data ce rs of the IT operat sts. A power ful new kind of ws three-quarte all operating co efficient, but allo and lowers over lly friendly . is environmenta of this innovation e chip is the basis embedded on th industry. allenge to the IT time, it poses a ch al e IT industry urce. At the same r about 2% of glob Challenges in th ngly precious reso dustry accounts fo d Lawrence Berke ley sable yet increasi communications in Ene rgy is an indispen ts, the information and fic the world over. The US-base llion KWh, tner Group analys nerated by air traf nts to some 120 bi According to Gar is equal to that ge data centers amou nters carbon dioxide em issions, which gy consumption of operate the data ce th e worldwide ener atts each. Thi s energy is used to ory confirms that ts of 1000 megaw National Laborat pical power plan y. roughly equivale nt to 14 ty our service econom total nstitute the backbone of and 50% of their around the world that co tly spend between 25 But Companies curren heating systems. cent ers is increasing. ped into ov ersized electrical aste heat is nsumption of data nters have develo at. Instead, this w And the energy co ns. Indeed, data ce rect supply of he center operatio to serve as a di ed. IT budget on data annel this energy e not being realiz not be en possible to ch that huge po tential savings ar until now, it has nment, meaning simply dissipat ed into the enviro annover, 08 tradefair in H esearch - Zurich is . At the CeBIT 20 eves a tion from IBM R want to change th ta center that achi chnological solu or y in Zurich now energy-efficient da g Te Research Laborat ncept of a highly energy and coolin Scie ntists at the IBM first time the pioneering co s have design ed an innovative most — ill present for the at. The researcher ing is needed the Germany, they w using its waste he plied where cool int by directly re water-cooling sy stem that is ap zero carbon footpr is a new kind of of which circuit, the basis g buildings, swim ming ctly on the chip. the chip for heatin ent for dire heat generated by important requirem er model is to reuse H owever, the most al mission data cent heating network. r modern municip The goal of the zero-e g the heat into a municipal e a certain th reshold, which, fo ply for conductin waste heat be abov pools etc. or sim mperature of the heat is that the te the direct use of e has an about 50 °C. than air. This alon he ating networks, is 4000 times better the cooling can conduct heat e able to improve ers used water, which g on the chip , researchers wer is, IBM research ating water coolin To accomplish th tential. But integr -saving po enormous energy of magnitude. 16 efficiency by several orders © 2012 IBM Corporation
  25. 25. IBM Research - Zurich Collaboration and (Working) Prototype d to build new kin seIBM Press Relea plan IBM and ET H Zurich unveil r of water-cooled supercompute ons by up to 85% issi carbon-dioxide em energy consum ption by 40% and ute of heat. Aims to cut iss Federal Instit Dir ect reuse of waste -aware co mputing, the Sw ater-cooled to achieve energy first-of-a-kind w 09—In an effort d plans to build a , dubbed and, June 23, 20 ) today announce innovative system Zurich, Switzerl M (NYSE: IBM ty buildings. The to 30 tons ich (ETH), and IB for the universi mated to save up Technology Zur repu rpose excess heat system by up to 85% and esti that will directly footprint of the supercomputer ease the carbon nologies.1 ct ed to decr stem using to day’s cooling tech Aquasar, is expe d to a similar sy to 50% percent of an of CO2 pe r year, compare rtaking. In fact, up ing a staggering unde ting but by power ta centers energy-efficient is n today is no t caused by compu hen looking g systems and da ergy consumptio r from optimal w Making computin on footprint or en situation that is fa data center ’s carb ocessors from ov erheating—a average air-cooled ems to keep the pr ing syst the necessary cool a holistic perspect ive. cannot afford anym ore to at ener gy efficiency from facing in the 21st century. We ns Prof. Dr. humanity will be ce alone,” explai e num ber one challenge nal sp eed and performan lead investigator of “Ene rgy is arguably th the criteri on of computatio in Emerging Technologies and rcomputers systems based on Thermodynamics consumption supe design computer the Laboratory of ormance an d low net power H Zurich, head of must be high perf Poulikakos of ET t. “The new target ary projec this interdisciplin oling.” ter, which will be located at s means liquid co e new supercompu and data centers. Thi stem is use, Aquasar—th n by 40%. The sy and direct heat re ergy consumptio ell er-cooling system reduce overall en ater-cooling, as w With an innovative wat art oper ation in 2010, will ntists in the fie ld of chip-level w urich Lab. d is planned to st TH and IBM scie ntists at IBM’s Z the ETH Zurich an collaboration of E advanced by scie m joint research ergy re-use” based on long-ter ers with direct en “water -cooled data cent and will have a pe ak as on a concept for ladeCenter® servers in one rack ist of two IBM B superc omputer will cons The water-cooled input and about 10 Teraflops .2 ocessor, as well as perf ormance of uid cooler per pr entire a microscale high -performance liq cted easily to the with to be connec ted and disconne will be equipped allow each blade Each of the blades nnections, which tworks and co output pipeline ne ransporting e). air, and its heat-t system (see imag es m ore efficiently than fficient to keep th e capture he at about 4,000 tim re of approx imately 60°C is su ant results t has the ability to a water temperatu rature of the cool Water as a coolan level cooling with high input tempe far superior. Chip- e maximally allo wed 85°C. The properties are also res well below th . ratu will be about 65°C chip at operating tempe output, which in this case -grade heat as an in an even higher 17 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  26. 26. IBM Research - Zurich Deployment seIBM Press Relea ed SuperMUC Hot-Water Cool percomputer  u Named Eu rope’s Fastest S   e petaflops system massive thre mp uting center gets German superco 40% less energy while consuming r the rcomputer built fo , an IBM hot- water cooled supe l system in oday, SuperMUC the most powerfu many, June 18, 2012: T many, has been named rillion calculations per HAMBURG, Ger RZ ) in Garching, Ger ta flops (three quad ip hot- puting Centre (L mance of three pe innovative on ch Leibniz Supercom maint ain a peak perfor e air-cooled m achine due to its ly, the system can than a comparabl Europe. Incredib rcent less energy nsuming 40 pe second) while co many. water cooled desi gn. in Hamburg, Ger Supercompu ting Conference the International ere repo rted today during UC gets its power The official results w d Zurich, Sw itzerland, SuperM XXX,000 gen, Germany an work of more than sc ientists in Boeblin ocessors --  equivalent to the to provide veloped by IBM ,576 Intel Xeon pr is then repurposed Designed and de iDataPlex with 18 er (140F), which from an IBM Syst em x® ee Celsius wat ith up to 60 degr PCs.  Each proc essor is cooled w  100% campus heating.   quired to purchase institutions acro ss Germany are re st in class ed by state-funded c community a be electricity consum ving the scientifi an of the his year all of the mitment, while gi dt Bode, Chairm “T  hel p us keep our com as never befo re,” Prof. Dr. Arn . SuperMUC will predict outcomes sustainable energy experiments and ries, design system to test theo rs of LRZ. Board of Directo ed by t today is not caus an d carbon footprin l, but ling system gy consumption ts choose a radica Inno vative water-coo cooled data centers ener dress this challe nge, IBM scientis en air. of an average air- g systems. To ad more efficiently th Up to 50 percent necessary coolin heat 4,000 times powering the candidate becaus e it removes computing, but by cooling, an ideal directly to not new concept - water which are attached micro-chann el liquid coolers d on bio-inspired vative cool ing system is base SuperMUCs inno generated. case is up to here most heat is ut, which in this the processors, w en higher-gra de heat at the outp er results in an ev ture of th e transported wat The high tempera  (149 F). 65 degrees Celsius 18 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  27. 27. IBM Research - ZurichHow an Idea Becomes an Innovation at IBM Technology Trends Industry Solution Labs Industry Acquisitions Trends Collaboration Prototype Idea Trend Scan 3-10 years out Pilot Research Deployment / Social Productization FOAK Trends Licensing Academic Patents Papers Research Solution Centers Experience PapersIdeas management 19 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  28. 28. IBM Research - ZurichHow an Idea Becomes an Innovation at IBM Technology Trends Industry Solution Labs Industry Acquisitions Trends Collaboration Prototype Idea Trend Scan 3-10 years out Pilot Research Deployment / Social Productization FOAK Trends Licensing Academic Patents Papers Research Solution Centers Transfer Experience PapersIdeas management 19 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  29. 29. IBM Research - Zurich Technology Transfer seIBM Press Relea s IBM Research create world’s smallest 3D map ctures and f nanoscale stru chnique improves development o New 3D microscopic te devices of the earth created a 3D map (NYSE: IBM ) scientists have a new, pril 2010—IBM d this by means of and Sa n Jose, CA, 22 A he scie ntists accomplishe a sharpened penc il — Zur ich, Switzerland, on on e grain of salt.1 T — 100,000 times smaller than rning 0 of them could fit with a sharp apex plexity. This patte so small that 1,00 a tiny, silicon tip ced cost and com logy, breakthrough tech nique that uses ers at greatly redu future chip techno sm all as 15 nanomet s in fields su ch as electronics, and structures as nanosized object to create patterns cts for developing new prospe technique opens , and opto-electro nics. fferent materials for medic ine, life sciences ral 3D and 2D patterns, using di team created seve ue capability, the ials: gh, was e technique’s uniq d Advanced Mater 8 m (14,692 ft) hi To demonstrate th ific jo urnals Science an lpine mount ain that soars 4,47 rted in the scient rhorn, a famous A each one as repo plica of the Matte 00 igh 3D re on.2 er. At this size, 10 • A 25-nanometer-h glass, representing a scale of 1:5 billi micrometers was “written” on a polym roughly eight ar created in molecul ly 22 by 11 rrespond to orld measuring on eters of altitude co in only 2 minutes and 23 • Complete 3D map of the w salt. In the relie f, one thousand m and was created d fit on a grain of ring 20 nm2, world maps coul xels, each measu compo sed of 500,000 pi chnique for typica l nano meters (nm). It is onstrating the viability of the te into silicon, dem seconds. ch ed 400-nm-deep IBM logo was et • 2D nano-sized applications. nanofabrication y, very sharp silic on e a team of IBM scientists, is a tin nd the techniqu as developed by The science behi chnique, which w apex. ing nt of the new te nanometers at its d tools for produc The core compone th and only a few uality methods an broad nometers in leng e existence of high -q – Zurich. “With its tip measuring 500 na tim ately linked to th Armin Knoll of IBM Research l tool for technology are in ains physicist Dr. logy is a powerfu “Advances in nano on surfaces,” expl tterning methodo s and objects notip-based pa nanoscale pattern capability, this na uniq ue 3D patterning functionality and scans the ry small structures .” that controllably ge nerating ve be ndable cantilever d , is attached to a y applying heat an atomic force microscopes a millionth of a millimeter. B omilling” the kind used in one nanometer— erating like a “nan The tip, similar to ith the accuracy of d patterns, thus op trate material w d on predefine surface of the subs trate material base ized tip can remove subs force, the nano-s ultra-high precision. 20 achine with m © 2012 IBM Corporation
  30. 30. IBM Research - ZurichTechnology Transfer21 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  31. 31. IBM Research - ZurichAgenda Introduction & Strategy How an idea becomes an innovation at IBM Dilemmas of Strategic Innovation Management Questions & Discussion22 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  32. 32. IBM Research - ZurichAgenda Dilemmas of Strategic Innovation Management22 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  33. 33. IBM Research - ZurichDilemma #1Bottom Up and Top Down23 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  34. 34. IBM Research - ZurichDilemma #1Bottom Up and Top Down24 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  35. 35. IBM Research - ZurichDilemma #1Bottom Up and Top Down24 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  36. 36. IBM Research - ZurichDilemma #2Long-term research and short-term success vs.25 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  37. 37. IBM Research - ZurichDilemma #3Promotion of intellectual property 26 13 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  38. 38. IBM Research - ZurichDilemma #3Promotion of intellectual property 6,000 5,000 Number of Patents 4,000 3,000 2,000 1,000 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 0 2011 26 13 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  39. 39. IBM Research - ZurichHow do you confront these dilemmas?Here is a snapshot from IBM Research.27 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  40. 40. IBM Research - ZurichFor Dilemma #1High Reputation Phase 2: Reputation RankingReputationManagementof CorporateR&D Centers Reputation Management of Corporate R&D Centers, Universität St. Gallen, 200928 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  41. 41. IBM Research - ZurichFor Dilemma #1Strategy Management System LINE Lab Director/VP Direct Report* Senior Manager STRATEGY Strategist Area Strategist Interlock Sub-Strategist Interlock at the appropriate level within each cell of Interlock at the appropriate level within each cell of the line X strategy matrix the line X strategy matrix29 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  42. 42. IBM Research - ZurichFor Dilemma #1, #2Research withzu Dilemma #1 & #2Market Success30 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  43. 43. IBM Research - Zurich For Dilemma #1 & #2 Balanced Research Agenda European Research Council Volume 9 | Number bioengine ering Advanced Grant 2011 23 | 2009 biology, & ges 3313– 3452 hysics, r 2009 | Pa emistry, p mbe 23 | 7 Dece | Number tion for ch Volume 9 Miniaturisa 10 OL 2 NO try R 2010 V is OCTOBE .com/naturechem ure rg/loc www.nat Robert-Wichard-Pohl-Preis 2011 www.rsc.o ACM SIGSAC Outstanding Innovation Award 2010 Lab on a Chip R&D Magazine Top 100 in 2010 Best Innovation European Identity Award 2010 Lee with SERS detection Label-free (2009)9:23 ;1-U Delamarche munodiagnostics 1473-0197 Pages 3313 197 ISSN 1473-0 One-step im r HIV Demirci tification fosc.org NTHESIS Automate d cell quan TOTAL SYind Gerhard-Ertl-Preis for Young Lu t easuremeny Number 207890 Pressure m Four of a k –3452 ION N REACT EDUCTIO g R OXYGENrough blockin Better th TALYSIS Scientists in 2010 TION CA R-OXIDA ide stability WATE es prov Nanotub g shot olecule mu Single-m 7/9/10 13 :52:16 31 © 2012 IBM Corporation .indd 1 ve r Oct 2010 nchem co
  44. 44. IBM Research - ZurichFor Dilemma #3Open Innovation Venture Capitalists ISVs Business IT Analysts Partners Investors Alumni Regulatory Bodies Innovation Ecosystem Universities Clients Community Employees Leaders Standards Competitors Policy- Bodies makers32 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  45. 45. IBM Research - ZurichFor Dilemma #3Open Innovation33 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  46. 46. IBM Research - ZurichFor Dilemma #3Innovating with Partners 10% of our Pre/Post Docs are from EPFL 13 CDAs/JDAs with EPFL IBM Research Prize (computational sciences) 30 EU FP Collaborations in the past five years EU Flagship Collaborations Lorem ipsum 2011 Prize was awarded to Dr. Alessandro Marinoni (right)The34
  47. 47. IBM Research - ZurichFor Dilemma #3Project STEEPERIncrease electronic deviceefficiency by 10× andeliminate powerconsumption of devices instandby modeExpertise and research totunnel field effect transistors(TFETs) and semiconductingnanowires to improve theefficient use of energy inelectronicsBased on silicon (Si),silicon-germanium (SiGe)and III-V semiconductingnanowires 35
  48. 48. IBM Research - ZurichFor Dilemma #3Big Bang Meets Big Data Dishes of the Square Kilometer Array will produce 10 times the global internet traffic. The SKA computer system will have the processing power of about one hundred million PCs. The technology to handle the SKA doesn’t exist on the market today 36 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  49. 49. IBM Research - ZurichFor Dilemma #3Technology Roadmap with ASTRON Green supercomputing: 3-D chip stacks, high-performance storage systems Nanophotonics and optical interconnect technologies to optimize large data transfers Storage and Memory: Phase change materials and advanced tape Five Year, Public Private Partnership with Dutch government Open Platform for Additional Partners 37 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  50. 50. IBM Research - Zurich38 © 2012 IBM Corporation
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