UC San Diego Jacobs School of Engineering Technology Symposium was held in Tokyo. The goal of the Symposium was to build partnerships between UC San Diego and industry, government and academic colleagues in Japan.
Exciting research initiatives at the UC San Diego Contextual Robotics Institute are introduced, where teams are working to solve grand challenges in autonomous transportation, connected healthcare, and aging in place.
Opening Remarks and "Summary of Collaboration Models" (in Japanese) - Miwako Waga, Director of International Outreach, Office of Research Affairs
"Jacobs School Initiatives: Contextual Robotics, Wearable Sensors and the Digital Future" - Albert P. Pisano, Dean, Jacobs School of Engineering
"Robotics: Opportunities and Challenges" - Henrik Christensen, Director, Contexual Robotics Institute
"Autonomous Vehicle Research and Vision" - Todd Hylton, Executive Director, Contextual Robotics Institute
"Digital Future and Robotics Technology for Healthy Aging" - Tajana S. Rosing, Professor, Computer Science and Engineering, Jacobs School of Engineering
"Institute for the Global Entrepreneur" - Jan Dehesh, Director of Business Development, Jacobs School of Engineering
Networking Reception (sponsored by LINK-J)