Matthew Johnson-Roberson

Professor · Carnegie Mellon University

Matthew Johnson-Roberson's research goal is to develop robotic systems capable of operating in complex dynamic environments.

Folding Space Structures Robotic Vision 3D Reconstruction Artifical Intelligence Robotics/Autonomous Vehicles

Peter Savolainen

MSU Foundation Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering · Michigan State University

Peter Savolainen’s research examines the fundamental nature of road user behavior

Traffic Operations Connected and autonomous vehicles Statistical and Econometric Methods Transportation Safety Data, Analysis, and Evaluation

Dan Work

Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering · Vanderbilt University

Expert in self-driving cars and traffic management.

Adaptive Cruise Control Traffic Inverse modeling Connected and autonomous vehicles Traffic estimation and control

Dr Muhammad Azmat

Assistant Professor in Logistics and SCM · Aston University

Dr Azmat's interests include Drone & Drone Swarms, Autonomous & Connected Vehicles, Supply Chain, and Humanitarian Logistics.

Humanitarian Logistics and Supply Chain Innovation in Mobility Supply Chain Management Transport H Social Sciences (General)

Eric Jackson, Ph.D.

Executive Director, CTI and Director CTSRC · University of Connecticut

Autonomous Vehicles Safety data integration and analysis Transportation Data Systems Web-based data collection, distributuon, and analysis Remote sensing and geographic information systems

William Whittaker

Founders University Research Professor · Carnegie Mellon University

A field robotics pioneer, William "Red" Whittaker's research interests centers on mobile robots in unpredictable environments.

Multisensor Data Fusion Robotics in Hazerdous Application Industrial Robotics Field & Service Robotics Outdoor Mobile Robots

C. Nataraj, PhD

Moritz Endowed Professor of Engineered Systems; Director, VCADS Research Center | College of Engineering · Villanova University

C. Nataraj, PhD, is an expert in unmanned vehicles, robotics, and diagnostic healthcare systems.

Autonomous Vehicles Unmanned Vehicles Robotics Drones Engineering

Michael Nowatkowski, PhD

Associate Professor · Augusta University

A leading cybersecurity expert available to discuss online security, ransomware, and device security topics.

Hardware and Embedded Systems Cellular and Mobile Technology Defensive Cyber Operations Cyber Operations Education TCP/IP Protocol Analysis

Arthur Trembanis

Professor, Marine Science and Policy · University of Delaware

Prof. Trembanis research focuses on understanding beaches for resilience and mapping the seafloor using robots to develop the Blue Economy.

Seafloor Mapping Coastal Erosion and Morphodynamics Hurricanes and Nor'easters Underwater Robots Shipwrecks

Thomas Powers

Associate Professor, Philosophy · University of Delaware

Prof. Powers specializes in ethics in information technology (including AI), ethics in science and engineering and research ethics.

Scientific Ethics Biomedical Ethics Environmental Ethics Research Ethics Computer Ethics

Hoda Heidari

Assistant Professor · Carnegie Mellon University

Hoda Heidari is broadly interested in the Ethical and Societal Aspects of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning.

Algorithmic Economics Machine Learning Ethics Artificial Intelligence Fairness and Accountability

Professor Ed Galea

Director of the Fire Safety Engineering Group · University of Greenwich

His research and software tools inform disaster management and crowd safety, and the design of safe buildings, aircraft and ships, globally

Fire and Evacuation Evacuation Computational Fire Engineering Fire Safety Civil Defence

Basel Elkhapery, Ph.D., LEED GA

Assistant Professor · Milwaukee School of Engineering

Dr. Basel Elkhapery is an accomplished educator, renowned for his passion in AI, building construction and project management.

Project Management Green Building Artificial Intelligence Automation & Robotics Unmanned Aerial Vehicles

Patricia Mokhtarian

Professor, Civil Engineering · Georgia Tech - COE

Patricia Mokhtarian has specialized in the application of quantitative methods to the study of travel behavior for more than 30 years.

Commuters' Responses to Congestion or to System Disruptions The Need to Travel for Its Own Sake Impacts of Land Use on Travel Impacts of Telecommunication on Travel Multitasking Attitudes and Behavior During Travel

Wayne Chung

Professor · Carnegie Mellon University

Wayne Chung's research and work span medical systems and devices, robot design, consumer, and industrial products.

Consumer Products Robot Design Medical Devices and Systems Robotics and Autonomous Vehicles Industrial Products

Howie Choset

Professor · Carnegie Mellon University

Howie Choset's research reduces complicated high-dimensional problems found in robotics to low-dimensional simpler ones.

Field & Service Robotics Applied Mathematics Robotics and Autonomous Vehicles Computer Science Mechanical Systems

Martial Hebert

University Professor and Dean · Carnegie Mellon University

Martial Hebert performed research on interpreting 3D data from range sensors for obstacle detection and object recognition.

Robotics Autonomous Systems Robotics and Autonomous Vehicles Computer Vision Interpretation of Perception Data

Mark Wilson

Professor · Michigan State University

Expert in urban planning, disruptive technologies (internet, autonomous vehicles) and mega events (Olympics, World Cup)

Disruptive Technology Industrial Parks Internet and Cities Autonomous Vehicles Mega Events (Olympics, World Cup, Expos)

Wolfgang Bauer

Associate Vice President · Michigan State University

Wolfgang Bauer's research is primarily in renewable energy, sustainability, global warming

Mobility Biogas Global Warming Photovoltaics Sustainability

Jeffrey Miller

Dean of College of Engineering and Computer Sciences · Southern Utah University

Dr. Jeffrey Miller serves as the dean of the College of Engineering and Computational Sciences at Southern Utah University.

Computer Programming Ethics in Driverless Cars Vehicular Communications Software Engineering STEM Education and Learning