Fueling innovative software
July 15-18, 2019
Portland, OR
Michael Enescu

Michael Enescu
Cofounder, Project EAN

Website | @michaelenescu

Michael Enescu is cofounder of Project EAN, responsible for the development of network virtualization technology based on smart grid research from Caltech. Previously, he was CTO of open source initiatives at Cisco, where he led the strategy and execution across the company’s top priorities in Cloud, IoT, and SDN. He led the formation of multiple projects in Eclipse, Apache, and Linux Foundation and won the Interop Grand Prize with Open Daylight, first time ever for an Open Source project. Previously he served as the first VP of Engineering at XenSource, a founding member of the Mobile Web Services group at Palm, and a founding member of the Java Content Partners Program and J2ME teams at Sun, a project that led to Android. Michael is a CS graduate from Caltech and Stanford University.

Sessions

11:50am12:30pm Wednesday, July 17, 2019
Secondary topics:  Data Driven
Michael Enescu (Project EAN), Peter Enescu (University of California San Diego)
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Fires caused by electric grid failures are increasing at an alarming rate. Michael Enescu and Peter Enescu examine how the energy adaptive networks technology built on open source and used to monitor and control power grids forms a planetary skin that can be used to predict and avoid such disasters as the Napa and Paradise Fires. Read more.