CASPA 2017 Spring Symposium: The Future of Autonomous Driving
Date: Saturday, March 4, 2017
Time: 12:00pm - 5:00pm
Venue: Intel SC12 Auditorium, 3600 Juliette Ln, Santa Clara, CA 95054
Registration: Link to Registration
Artificial intelligence and machine learning are unarguably the hottest themes in the high-tech world this year. The technology is maturing and enabling an assortment of applications with one specific area – “Autonomous driving,” which stands out to have the most significant impact to the way we live. Join us to understand the technology of autonomous driving and the factors that drive us into the future of driverless cars.
The CASPA Symposium group is bringing you a timely and affluent spring symposium focusing on autonomous driving with expert presentations from the academia and the industry. The amazing lineup of speakers will help you to understand the technology, the issues, and the future outlook of autonomous driving. The speakers include the executive director of Stanford’s CARS, directors and experts from Intel, Lucid Motors, and Baidu, as well as several founders/CEO of startups. Due to sensitivity of the presentations, this event will not allow videotaping and photographing.
12:00 – 1:00pm | Registration & Networking
1:00 – 1:05pm | Symposium Opening Remarks
Kern Peng, Ph.D., Executive Director of Symposium, CASPA
1:05 – 1:15pm | Welcome from CASPA President
James Lei, Ph.D., President, CASPA
1:15 – 1:45pm | Data Driven: The Future of Mobility
Stephen Zoepf, Ph.D., Executive Director of CARS (Center for Automotive Research), Stanford University
1:45 – 2:15pm | En Route to Autonomous Driving – Designing a Safe Vehicle for the New Era
Louise Zhang, Ph.D., Director of Integrated Safety Systems, Lucid Motors
2:15 – 2:45pm | Car-Connectivity-Cloud: Semiconductor’s Enabling Role in Autonomous Driving
Jiangtao “Max” Liu, Ph.D., MBA, Strategic Business Development Manager, Automated Driving Group, Intel Corporation
2:45 – 3:15pm | Are We There Yet? - Autonomous Cars and legal Considerations
Chia-Lin Simmons, JD, CEO / C-Founder of MyPinwheel
3:15 – 3:25pm | Break
3:25 – 3:55pm | Applications of Deep Learning-based Emotion Recognition Software in Autonomous Driving
Modar Alaoui, Founder and CEO at Eyeris
3:55 – 4:25pm | The Increasing Role of High-Definition 3D LiDAR in Highly Automated Driving
John Eggert, Director of Automotive Sales & Marketing, Velodyne LiDAR, Inc.
4:25 – 4:55pm | Baidu’s Autonomous Driving on the Road
Tony Han, Ph.D., Director of Autonomous Driving Unit, Baidu
4:55 – 5:00pm | Closing Remark and Prize Drawing
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Title: Silicon IC Technology Innovations and Challenges
Ronald Fagin, IBM Fellow
Title: Applying theory to practice (and practice to theory)
Iris Fujiura Bombelyn, VP of Lockheed Martin
Title: Innovations in Aerospace over the Last 100 Years
Kuei-wu Tsai, Former Provost/Academic VP of Wentworth Institute of Technology
Title: Civil Engineering Contributions & Responsibilities
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