Fall Technical Symposium

2016 CIE/USA-DFW Fall Technical Symposium Flyer

Program

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Keynote Speakers

Keynote 1: Spatial Environmental Monitoring Application on Big Data and Cloud Computing
Dr. Tien-Yin Chou (Distinguished Professor and Director, Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Research Center, Feng Chia University, Taiwan)

Prof. Tien-Yin Chou had his doctorate degree from Department of Resources Development at Michigan State University in 1990. He has been the Director of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Research Center at Feng Chia University (FCU) for 20 years, and honored as Distinguished Professor at Dept. of Urban Planning and Spatial Information and Dept. of Land Management.

With his profession and enthusiasm, Prof. Chou has performed an outstanding achievement with his 170 full time staff members at GIS Research Center to bring the GIS.FCU as one of the leading role in the GIS-related academic and industry fields domestically and globally.

GIS.FCU has implemented a wide range of researches and projects, from data infrastructure, security and monitoring, resources management, UAV, fleet management, big data, smart city, cloud computing to even mobile facilities application product. Prof. Chou also supervises graduate students and teaches courses pertaining to GIS science, land management, and resources management at FCU.

Keynote 2: Technology, Customer Choice, and The Electric Grid
Michael Quinn (VP Strategy and Chief Technology Officer, Oncor Electric Delivery, USA)

Michael Quinn is Vice President Strategy and Chief Technology Officer for Oncor Electric Delivery. He has been charged with setting the company’s course in transforming the value of the electric grid through innovative, technology-driven and customer focused solutions that meet the growing and changing needs of the market. His work impacts system performance and capital spending, legislative and regulatory efforts, customer engagement, and future business model evolutions.

He joined Texas Utilities, Oncor’s predecessor company, in 1988 and has had assignments in Nuclear Generation, Fossil Generation, System Protection, Asset Management, Grid Operations, Business Development, Federal Advocacy and Corporate Strategy. Over the last nineteen years, he has held numerous management and leadership positions within these organizations.

Michael is a 1988 graduate of Clemson University with a Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineering and is a registered professional engineer in the state of Texas. He is active on numerous trade associations and industry boards including energy storage, communications, transmission development and NERC compliance. Michael and his wife Stephanie live in Flower Mound, Texas with their three children, Lexi, McKenna and Hunter.

Keynote 3: Digital Transformation at Capital One
David Kang (VP, Strategy Financial Services Division, Capital One, USA)

David Kang is Vice President of Strategy for Capital One’s Financial Services Division. As part of his responsibilities, he works closely with Capital One’s Auto Finance and Home Loans businesses in delivering on its Digital and Business Transformation agenda. David also works broadly across Capital One, interfacing with Corporate Strategy, Enterprise Services, and Corporate Development to define the implications of broader Capital One strategic initiatives on Financial Services, helping shape the division’s strategy for growth by evaluating investments, acquisitions, and new asset classes/partnerships for Capital One.

Prior to joining Capital One, David served for 10 years as a consultant with McKinsey & Company, where he was most recently an Associate Partner. During his tenure at McKinsey, David worked with Air, Travel, and Transportation clients across six continents through business turnarounds, post-merger integrations, sales and channel strategy development, and digital transformations, working closely with McKinsey Digital Labs to deliver digital solutions and introduce Agile to his clients.

David obtained his A.B. in Economics, his A.M. in Statistics, and his M.B.A. from Harvard University. During his time at Harvard he was a member of the Men’s Lightweight Crew team, where he was a Varsity coxswain, receiving All-Ivy Academic honors.

Originally from Houston, David has made Dallas his adopted home after only three years, declaring his loyalty to the Dallas Mavericks, Dallas Cowboys, and Dallas Stars, much to the chagrin of his friends at home. He never misses CrossFit—where he works out 5 days a week—and has hiked and photographed at least one new U.S. National Park every year since 2011 (and has twice returned to Canyonlands National Park in Utah). David plays piano and trumpet in his spare time.

Parallel Sessions

Session 1: Smart Home Platform and Sensing Technology

2:45 – 3:15 PM: Jairaj Hegde, Founder and VP, Orchestra Technology
3:15 – 3:45 PM: Dr. Mitch Tseng, Tseng InfoServ, LLC
3:45 – 4:15 PM: Dr. Victoria C. P. Chen, George & Elizabeth Pickett Professor of Industrial, Manufacturing, & Systems Engineering
4:15 – 4:45 PM: Panel Discussion
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Session 2: Smart City, Smart Manufacturing and Automation Technology

2:45 – 3:15 PM: Jennifer Jao, Divisional Information Officer, Information Systems, Toyota USA
3:15 – 3:45 PM: Ben Cook, Director, Printed Electronics, Kilby Labs Texas Instruments
3:45 – 4:15 PM: Jill Jordan, P.E., Assistant City Manager, City of Dallas
4:15 – 4:45 PM: Panel Discussion
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Session 3: Leadership & Career Development

2:45 – 3:15 PM: Jeff Dougan, MSA-ASP Product Line Manager, Texas Instruments
3:15 – 3:45 PM: Kim Cummings, AVP of HR and Diversity, BNSF Railway
3:45 – 4:15 PM: Elaine Kung , AT&T Director – Network on Demand & Integrated Solutions
4:15 – 4:45 PM: Panel Discussion
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