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11.16.2017
27 mins
ILP Video

Industry Keynote: Accelerating Takeda's R&D Successes

Andrew Plump
Chief Medical and Scientific Officer, Takeda Pharmaceutical Company
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11.16.2017
34 mins
ILP Video

Track 5: Faster, Smarter, Greener: The Future of the Car and Urban Mobility

Charles Fine
Chrysler Leaders for Global Operations Professor of Management
Professor of Operations Management and Engineering Systems
MIT Sloan School of Management
To support societal demands for mobility fluidity, co-existing with a sustainable planet, mobility systems for a digitally powered society must be efficient and innovation friendly. Efficiency requires intelligent use of assets and aggressive use of best technology, while consumers expect freedom in personal choices as well as fairness. Future society will demand Connected, Heterogeneous, Intelligent, and Personalized (CHIP) mobility. We propose a framework where Heterogeneous transportation modes are Connected both digitally and physically, and Intelligent apps can access data on usage, congestion, prices, and weather, for example, and enable real time and Personalized travel planning throughout a city, whether a traveler wants to optimize time, cost, carbon footprint or touristic aesthetics. This framework proposes that urban planners create policies to support such a vision and that the traditional auto industry is likely to enjoy a less dominant role in architecting mobility frameworks. Governments and city administrations will be joined by traditional auto industry players as well as a range of new-generation entrepreneurs and investors, technology startups, and app developers, all of which have contributions to make in redefining future mobility.
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11.16.2017
37 mins
ILP Video

Track 5: City of the future: how changes to physical and digital infrastructure will effect and be effected by mobility

Kent Larson
Principal Research Scientist
Director, Changing Places
MIT Media Laboratory
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11.16.2017
44 mins
ILP Video

Track 5: Panel Discussion: Policies, economics, business models and technologies for mobility of the future

Venkat Sumantran
James Womack
Valerie Karplus
Carlos Lima Azevedo
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11.16.2017
33 mins
ILP Video

Track 6: Computational Manufacturing

Wojciech Matusik
Esther and Harold E Edgerton Career Development Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
MIT Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Wojciech Matusik is an Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at the Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory at MIT, where he leads the Computational Fabrication Group. Before coming to MIT, he worked at Mitsubishi Electric Research Laboratories, Adobe Systems, and Disney Research Zurich. He studied computer graphics at MIT and received his PhD in 2003. He also received a BS in EECS from the University of California at Berkeley in 1997 and MS in EECS from MIT in 2001. His research interests are in direct digital manufacturing and computer graphics. In 2004, he was named one of the world's top 100 young innovators by MIT's Technology Review Magazine. In 2009, he received the Significant New Researcher Award from ACM Siggraph. In 2012, Matusik received the DARPA Young Faculty Award and he was named a Sloan Research Fellow.
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