October 5, 2021, 10:00 a.m. PDT / 7:00 p.m. CEST (60min)
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Collaborations across transatlantic borders can bridge the gap and highlight overlap between two career avenues that have been noted in their unique differences: research centers and industry start-ups. Using the International Computer Science Institute located in the San Francisco Bay Area with its German funded DAAD program as a central case study, panelists will share their research and expertise about network security, deep learning, advanced smart factories, and industrial AI that is key to the next decade of the fourth industrial revolution. The focus will be on advancing R&D beyond borders, and the subsequent innovation found through transatlantic research collaboration. The panelists will highlight how their research has launched successful start-ups branched into various industries and beyond.
This event is directed towards start-ups, investors, research centers, universities, and incubators.
||Olaf J Groth, PhD
CEO of Cambrian.ai; Author of Solomon’s Code; Professor at Hult IBS and UC Berkeley
||Prof. Dr. Damian Borth
Founding Co-Director of Sociovestix Labs; Professor of Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning at the Institute for Computer Science at the University of St. Gallen
||Prof. Wolfgang Wahlster
Professor of Computer Science; CEA of the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI)
Chief Scientist and Co-Founder at Corelight Inc; Vice-President of ICSI
||Dr. Lea Shanley, Ph.D.
Executive Director and CEO at International Computer Science Institute, Berkeley, CA
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Time and Date
September 30, 2021
10:00 a.m. PDT / 7:00 p.m. CEST (60min)
Followed by a Transatlantic Networking Session (30 min)
At the end of the event, the audience is encouraged to pose questions to the speakers.
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