Innovation Team Disruption Series, June 13

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Name: Innovation Team Disruption Series, June 13
Date: June 13, 2018
Time: 7:30 AM - 10:00 AM CDT
Registration: Sorry, public registration for this event has been closed.
Event Description:
Executive Insights:  Surviving and Thriving in the Fourth Industrial Revolution

This Disruption Series event will focus on the disruptive technologies of the Fourth Industrial Revolution and what business leaders need to do now to prepare and maintain their company's success in the Industry 4.0 world.  

About our speakers:

Dr. Drew Lipman

Drew Lipman is the Lead Data Scientist at Hypergiant, a guiding light for Fortune 500 companies in the increasingly data driven darkness. Dr. Lipman has a doctorate in discrete mathematics focusing on how to transform difficult algebraic geometric problems into easy to compute graph theory parameters. His recent work includes building a machine intelligent mixologist for TGI Fridays and predicting the coefficient of friction for a Formula 1 racing team. 

GP Gopalakrishnan
​Texas Instruments

GP Gopalakrishnan is a member of Texas Instruments? Technical staff and is chief technical leader for the company's Sensing business unit.  GP is responsible for defining innovative next generation solutions to solve the growing need for electronic systems to sense and act upon environmental stimulation such as temperature, humidity, air quality, or electro-chemical signatures.  He played a key role in bringing the industry?s first USB Type-C protection family to market and holds a BS ECE, from Anna University. 

Clint Peinhardt, Ph.D.
University of Texas at Dallas

Clint Peinhardt studies the political economy of international trade and foreign direct investment.  He received his Ph.D. in Political Science from The University of Michigan in 2004, and then joined the faculty at The University of Texas at Dallas in August.  Dr. Peinhardt?s primary interest is how politics affects international economics, and he has written about this interaction in a variety of settings. These include the effects of public opinion on trade policy, the political determinants of the timing of financial liberalization, the politics ofinternational investment arbitration, and the effects of treaties on foreign investment. 
Blackstone LaunchPad at UT-Dallas
800 W. Campbell Rd.
Richardson, TX  75080
Date/Time Information:

Check in begins: 7:30 a.m.
Networking/breakfast:  7:30-8 a.m.
Event begins: 8 a.m.
Event ends: 10 a.m.
Contact Information:
Cost: (Includes breakfast and parking)
Members:          $15 
Non-members:  $20

Registration Deadline: Monday, June 11 at noon
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