Date: 11 September 2012 (Tue)
Venue: A003, UTAR Kampar Campus, Perak, Malaysia.
Speaker: Arve Meisingset, Senior R&D Scientist, Telenor R&D, Norway
Mr. Meisingset will share the following:
- Introduction on various schools of systems development in Scandinavia
- Conceptual approaches to systems development with reference to the War of Universals
- A data architecture for large IT systems
- A data definition language for end user terminology and grammar
- A system perspective versus a component perspective on IT solutions
Mr. Arve Meisingset is a senior research scientist with 40 years of experience from Telenor. For your information, Telenor is the incumbent telecommunications company in Norway. Mr. Meisingset's main interest is theoretical on formal languages and mathematical philosophy. However, all these years he has been analyzing and designing large database applications both for Operation Support Systems and Business Support Systems for telecommunication networks and services. Currently he is also working on the Asia Billing project across their operations in Pakistan, Thailand and Malaysia.
Mr. Meisingset has also been developing methods, architectures, formal languages, user interfaces and case tools which are used on many applications. He has even been teaching and supervising many master and doctor students, though he does not hold a doctor degree himself. He has been involved in the start up of the University Studies at Kjeller (UNIK) in Norway, and prepared the ciriculum for telematics.
Mr. Meisingset is the Telenor ITU-T co-ordinator and has held many roles in ITU-T as vice chairman, working party chairman, rapporteur, editor, leader of correspondence groups, and liaison officer to ISO, TMF, ETSI and ATIS. He is currently the ITU-T associate rapporteur for Open Distributed Processing, and he is also the editor of a series of Recommendations on data for telecommunications.