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Steven Greenspan

Research Scientist
Leader Board Member for CA Patents and Dreamer of Chocolate

Dr. Steven Greenspan is a Research Staff Member in CA Labs. He is working with university researchers to examine fundamental issues in computer-human interaction that can be leveraged into new business opportunities and competitive advantages for CA Technologies. His current research focus is on cognitive overload, collaboration, usable visualization and knowledge management within and across organizations. In addition to his research responsibilities, Dr. Greenspan was elected President of the CA Council for Technical Excellence in 2009 and again in 2010. In 2011, he led business development efforts for the CA Innovation Center. He is currently chair of the Industrial Advisory Board of the Center for Dynamic Data Analytics (at Rutgers and Stony Brook Universities) and is co-inventor on seventeen U.S.-issued patents.