Dr. Ronjon Nag is CEO/Co-Founder of Cellmania, a leading wireless applications company. Dr. Nag, is an acknowledged authority in the mobile industry, having been featured on the cover of Fortune and involved in the development of, and holding patents in, wireless applications, user interfaces and new m-commerce distribution methods of mobile applications and devices. Previously a Vice President and General Manager at Motorola responsible for smart mobile technologies developed in the Lexicus Division and Motorola Human Interface Laboratories worldwide, hundreds of millions of Motorola devices have shipped with technology developed under his leadership - voice recognition, handwriting recognition and predictive text key systems. Previously Dr. Nag was CEO/founder of Lexicus, a pioneer of speech and handwriting recognition technology, acquired by Motorola in 1993. Dr. Nag holds a Ph.D. from Cambridge University (speech recognition research), was a Harkness Fellow at Stanford University (neural network research), has an MBA from MIT, and a 1st class Honours degree of Birmingham University, UK (electrical engineering).
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