Lecture / Reading

Edge Computing in Autonomous Vehicles — panel discussion

Sponsored by US-Asia Technology Management center, Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures

When

Thursday, October 17, 2019
4:30 pm – 6:00 pm
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Where

Skilling Auditorium, 494 Lomita Mall, Stanford, CA 94305

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650-724-0096

This event is open to:
Everyone

Admission
Free

Event Details:

Panelists:

Dr. Sven Beiker, Founder & Managing Director, Silicon Valley Mobility, LLD

Sven Beiker is a Lecturer in Management at the GSB, and the Managing Director of Silicon Valley Mobility, an independent consulting & advisory firm. He covers the electrification, automation, connectivity, and sharing of automobiles through the lens of new technologies and business models. This is reflected in his teaching at the GSB as well as in his professional engagements. Prior to his independent consulting work, he served as an Expert Consultant for mobility topics at McKinsey & Company for 2.5 years.

Dr. Maarten Sierhuis, Chief Technology Director, Alliance Innovation Lab Silicon Valley, Nissan North America, Inc.

In this role he has oversight of all technical innovation with responsibility to connect Silicon Valley research outcomes to all Alliance research & advanced engineering functions. Previously, as the founding Director of Nissan Research Center Silicon Valley, Sierhuis created the NRC-SV research portfolio and lead a team of researchers in Artificial Intelligence (AI) technologies for autonomous vehicles, connected vehicles and Human-Machine Interaction and Interfaces (HMI²) to help shape the future of intelligent cars capable of driving themselves.

This seminar is part of a weekly seminar series on “Topics in International Technology Management: Edge Computing: Different Directions for Asia and the U.S.?” from September 26 - December 5.  Click here to see US-Asia Technology Management Center's speaker line-up.  

Networking with light refreshments after the discussion.

Free and open to the public.  No RSVP necessary. 

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