Matt Grob is executive vice president and chief technology officer for Qualcomm Incorporated. In this role, he is responsible for the oversight of Qualcomm's technical path, the coordination of R&D activities across the company and the development of
A roundtable discussion with the energy track speakers.
Daniela Schiller, Associate Professor, Mount Sinai Hospital on groundbreaking research on memory, and whether we might enable us to block highly traumatic memories.
Theodore Berger, Director, Center for Neural Engineering, University of Southern California, shares insights from his research on neural systems that are essential for learning and memory.
Ed Boyden, Associate Professor, MIT Media Lab on optogenetics, and stunning advancements in our understanding of cognition and memory.
Kate Crawford, Principal Researcher with Microsoft Research, on identifying the risks of hidden bias in big data research.
Mitchell Higashi, Chief Economist of GE Healthcare, on transforming healthcare with big data and the industrial internet.
Deb Roy, Associate Professor with MIT and Chief Media Scientist with Twitter, on understanding and leveraging ties between social media and mass media.
Joe Coray, Vice President, Technology & Life Science, Renewable Energy and International business at The Hartford, will speak about the facts and myths of disruptive innovation.