Automation, AI & Robotics Workshop
March 27 & 28

hosted by the NASA Johnson Space Center
Houston, TX

The Technology Collaboration Center held a two day workshop on Automation, AI & Robotics on March 27 & 28, hosted by the NASA Johnson Space Center in Houston, sponsored by the UK Science & Innovation Network, with presentations on the latest technology developments or unmet challenges.  Scottish Enterprise was a supporting partner for the workshop.

This event brought together organizations needing or developing automation, AI or robotics technologies, in a format providing an opportunity for participants to network and explore potential partnerships.

AGENDA
Day 1 – March 27

7:30    Networking Breakfast
8:00    Welcome & Announcements
8:15    Presentation Panel Session
10:00  Networking Break
10:15  Presentation Panel Session
12:15  Lunch
12:45  Technology Collaboration Center Overview
1:00    Presentation Panel Session
3:00    Networking Break
3:15    Group Discussion Session
4:15    Adjourn

AGENDA
Day 2 – March 28

7:30    Networking Breakfast
8:00    Welcome & Announcements
8:15    Presentation Panel Session
10:00  Networking Break
10:15  Presentation Panel Session
12:15  Lunch
12:45  Presentation Panel Session
2:45    Networking Break
3:00    Group Discussion Session
4:00    Adjourn

Presentations (click on presentation title to download presentation):

 


Workshop Program Committee (*=TCC member)

  • David Alexander, Rice University*
  • Rob Ambrose, NASA Johnson Space Center*
  • Jose Baca, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi*
  • Julia Badger, NASA Johnson Space Center*
  • Lea Boche, Electric Power Research Institute
  • Chris Bryceland, Scottish Enterprise*
  • Marie Contou-Carrere, Rice University*
  • Stuart Corr, Baylor College of Medicine*
  • Ernest Cross, KBR*
  • Chris Culbert, NASA Johnson Space Center*
  • Jiawei Dong, Schlumberger*
  • Dorit Donoviel, Baylor College of Medicine*
  • Pavel Dutta, University of Houston*
  • Ian Griffiths, SMD
  • Linda Ham, NASA Johnson Space Center*
  • Stephen Hart, TRACLabs
  • Terry Hogg, Scottish Enterprise*
  • Gahangir Hossain, Texas A&M-Kingsville*
  • William Janowski, UK Science & Innovation Network*
  • Abdullah Kafi, RMIT University
  • Ramanan Krishnamoorti, University of Houston*
  • Zigmond Leszczynski, Aerospace Corporation
  • Anh Mai, Ecolab*
  • Tony McDonald, Texas A&M*
  • Nii Nunoo, NOV
  • Sudhir Pai, Schlumberger*
  • Amanda Radavoic, UAS Cluster Initiative
  • Robello Samuel, Halliburton
  • Jerri Stephenson, NASA Johnson Space Center*
  • Mike Yuen, Foxconn
  • Susi Zanello, KBR*