Distinguished e-Seminar Series

Distinguished e-Seminar Series

Warren B. Nelms Institute for the Connected World brings to you a series of e-seminars on diverse topics related to smart and connected systems by renowned speakers from across the globe.

 

Alan Marco

Associate Professor of Public Policy, Georgia Institute of Technology

“Law, Logic, and Economics: IoT,
Standardization, and SEPs”

April 20, 2021
4pm-5pm

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Robinson Pino

Advanced Scientific Computing Research, Office of Science, U.S. Department of Energy

“Programmatic Activities in Advanced Computing Technologies for High Performance Computing (HPC), Advanced Wireless (5G), and Microelectronics Research and Development”

February 23, 2021
4pm-5pm

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An Mei Chen

Vice President of Engineering at Qualcomm, Inc.

“Intelligently connecting our world in the 5G era”

December 1, 2020
4pm-5pm

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Jeff Prince

Indiana University and former chief economist of the FCC (2019-2020)

“IoT and Telecom Policy”

October 29, 2020
4pm-5pm

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Masahiro Fujita

The University of Tokyo

“Parallel Scheduling Modern Deep Learning Implementations: Synthesis and Generalization of Parallel Algorithms Considering Communication Constraints”

October 6, 2020
6pm-7pm

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Mark Grant

Chief Information Security Officer and Head of IT Operations
CSX Technology
Jacksonville, Florida

“IoT Transformation in Transportation”

September 14, 2020
4pm-5pm

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Sanjay Bajekal

Associate Director for Intelligent and Integrated Product, Collins Aerospace Interiors

“Wireless Avionics Intra-Communications: Technology and Challenges”

TBD

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Forthcoming:

Mudhakar Srivatsa

IBM T. J. Watson Research Center, Distinguished Research Staff Member
Distributed AI

Praveen Chawla

Edaptive Computing Inc., President and CEO

Serge Leef

DARPA, Program Manager

Christopher G. Valicka

Sandia National Labs, Manager, Systems Security Research

Vivek De

Intel Fellow, Director of Circuit Technology Research, Intel Labs

Ashish Sirasao

Xilinx Fellow, Vice President, AI/ML