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Thursday, April 27 • 2:00pm - 2:45pm
Breakout 7 | Grand 2 – Mobilizing the Future: Breakthrough Innovations and Top Trends in Transportation, and What They Mean for Consumers & Regulatory Agencies

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Henry Grabar

Staff Writer, Slate
Henry is a staff writer at Slate who covers cities. Previously, he was a senior editor at Urban Omnibus and the author of the Science of Cities column for Next City. His work has appeared in the Atlantic, the Wall Street Journal, and elsewhere.

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Morris Ellison

Economic Development, Real Estate and Business Litigation Partner, Womble, Carlyle, Sandridge & Rice
Morris Ellison is an attorney whose practice includes counseling startup and mature knowledge based companies. In addition, Mr. Ellison assists international companies who do (or wish to do) business in the United States, as well as American businesses as they engage in international markets. He has a particular focus on the Israeli market, as he leads Womble... Read More →
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Patrick Kirby

Managing Director, Innovation Incubator at Michelin North
Since July 2013, Patrick Kirby, is the Director of the North American Innovation Incubator for the Michelin. He is responsible for leading a group of internal innovation startups and external partnerships to discover, develop and validate new business models, ventures and technol... Read More →
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Joachim Taiber

Chief Technology Officer, International Transportation Innovation Center (ITIC)
Born and raised in Germany, Dr. Taiber enjoyed his academic training at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich (ETHZ), Switzerland, where he first graduated with a master degree in mechanical engineering in 1991 and then completed his PhD degree in Technical Sciences in 1996. | After his studies Dr. Taiber started his professional career at a Swiss software start-up company in 1995. He joined BMW Group in 1997 as in-house consultant in the vehicle development division where he worked on different aspects of functional integration and validation of vehicle systems, vehicle electronics platforms as well as vehicle program management. He assisted the CEO as technology advisor and supported the CIO in a major reorganization of the IT division which resulted in holding different leadership positions in the areas of IT strategy, IT program management, IT innovation management and IT benchmarking. In 2003 Dr. Taiber was engaged in the initial planning team to implement the masterplan of a 250 acre automotive research campus in South Carolina closely located to the BMW US manufacturing site as a public private partnership model and to help shape the strategic collaboration with Clemson University. The first facility created on the Clemson University International Center for Automotive Research (CU-ICAR) campus in 2005 was the BMW Information Technology Research Center (ITRC... Read More →


Thursday April 27, 2017 2:00pm - 2:45pm
Grand 2 - Marketing Stage

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