2017 National Academy of Engineering Annual Meeting

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  • Claire Tomlin
    Charles A. Desoer Chair, College of Engineering, University of California, Berkeley

    Claire Tomlin is a professor of electrical engineering and computer sciences at the University of California at Berkeley, where she holds the Charles A. Desoer Chair in Engineering. She was assistant, associate, and full professor at Stanford (1998–2007) and joined Berkeley in 2005. She has been an affiliate at Lawrence Berkeley National ...

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  • Cindy Sterling, ChFC & RL
    Sterling Financial Planning
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  • Raj Rajkumar
    George Westinghouse Professor, Carnegie Mellon University

    Raj Rajkumar is the George Westinghouse Professor of Electrical & Computer Engineering and Robotics Institute at Carnegie Mellon University, where he also directs the USDOT National University Transportation Center on Mobility and Metro21, CMU’s Smart Cities Initiative. In addition, he directs the Real-Time and Multimedia Systems ...

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  • Mr. Gordon R. England
    Chair, National Academy of Engineering

    Gordon R. England is chair of the board of PFP Cybersecurity and a partner of Dyno-Tech, LLC. Previously, he served as deputy secretary of defense (2005–09) and, as secretary of the Navy (2001–06), was credited with developing successful surge plans for America’s fleet, strengthening the ties between the Navy and the US Coast ...

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  • Joichi Ito
    Professor of the Practice in Media Arts and Sciences, MIT Media Lab

    Joichi Ito is director of the MIT Media Lab, professor of the practice of media arts and sciences at MIT, and a visiting professor of law from practice at Harvard Law School. He is chair of the board of PureTech Health; a board member of the New York Times Company, MacArthur Foundation, and John S. and James L. Knight Foundation; cofounder and ...

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