Jacob Slonim

Experience
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Dalhousie University, Professor Emeritus
    2010 – present

Dalhousie University, Adjunct Professor, Faculty of Computer Science
    2010 - present

Dalhousie University, Faculty of Computer Science, Full Professor
    2002 – 2010

Canada Foundation for Innovation, Member of Committee of Wise Reviewers
    2002 – present

Information Innovation, Board member
    1999 – present

National Sciences and Engineering Research Council, Member of NSERC/SSHRC Chairs in the Management of Technological Change Program
    1998 – present

Henson College, Dalhousie University, Board member
    1998 – present

PRECARN Associates Inc., Committee Member of 1998 Research Management Committee
    1998 – present

IFIP TC WG6.1 Executive Committee Member of Technical Committee 6 (Communication Systems), Working Group 6.1 (Architecture and Protocol for Computer Networks)
    1998 – present

IWCASE, Board member
    1997 – present

Royal Military College of Canada, ARP Committee for Engineering & Science
    2001 – 2002

Halifax Grammar School, Board member
    2000 – 2002

Dalhousie University, Faculty of Computer Science, Dean
    1997 – 2002

National Research Council of Canada, Board member
    1993 – 1998

Technology Ontario, Member of Scientific and Government Assessment Panel for Industry Research Program
    1993 – 1998

Institute for Information Technology, Member of Advisory Board
    1993 – 1998

IBM, Senior Technical Staff Member, Head of Research, Centre for Advanced Studies
    1989 – 1997

University of Western Ontario, Adjunct Professor, Department of Computer Science
    1993 – present

University of Waterloo, Adjunct Professor, Faculty of Mathematics
    1991 – present

Geac Computers Canada Ltd., Software Director, Advanced Research and Development
    1982 – 1988

University of Western Ontario, Assistant Professor, Computer Science Department
    1986 – 1989

NDX Corporation, Executive Vice-President, Research and Development
    1979 – 1982

Kansas State University, Assistant Professor, Research Assistant and Instructor
    1977 – 1979

National Centre of Scientific and Technology Information, International Project Manager
    1975 – 1977

Canadian Jurimetrics Limited and Associated Companies, System Designer, System Programmer, Project Manager
    1970 – 1974