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ISSIP/NSF Workshop

last modified May 03, 2017 10:56 AM
Veronica Martinez invited to National Science Foundation & ISSIP event on Human-Technology Frontier for Smart Services

Dr. Veronica Martinez was specially invited to Silicon Valley to debate the human-technology frontier for next generation of smart services. The event was sponsored by the the National Science Foundation &  ISSIP on the 28 and 29 March 2017. 

Among the other leading academics and industrialist on the field were Prof. Henry Chesbrough from UC Berkeley, Prof. Thomas Kufess from Georgia Tech,  Mr Robert Locke, Senior Vice President of Johnson Controls among othersThe Final Agenda with presentations is available along with presentations made during the workshop.

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