Dr. Liam Pedersen
Liam Pedersen is Deputy Director at the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance Silicon Valley Lab where he created the Autonomous Driving team and now directs research in driverless transportation systems and urban mobility. Prior to this he worked on robotic systems for planetary exploration at NASA’s Ames Research Center in California. He holds a Ph.D. in robotics from Carnegie Mellon University (for the first robotic discovery of a meteorite), and is the recipient of NASA’s Public Service Medal and the NSF Antarctic Service Medal.
|Mr. Olivier Sappin|
CATIA CEO, Dassault Systèmes
“Cyber system for Autonomous Vehicle – An end to approach from Vehicle Mission to Certification Driven Simulation”
Dr. Vincent Abadie
Mrs. Jasmin von Göler
Dipl.-Engineer, Jasmin von Göler is Senior Manager for Mercedes-Benz AG in Research and Development, reporting to the Director of Assistance Systems and Active Safety. She and her team are responsible for the Development of ADAS HiL/SiL Test Platforms, the Mercedes-Benz Driving Simulator, Control Unit Development of Chassis Systems and Driving Functions. Since 2002 she has been working in the field of driver assistance systems.
|Mr. Rémi Bastien|
Vice President, Automotive Prospective, Renault Group
“Safety is the biggest challenge for autonomous vehicle and simulation will complete actual data”
Dipl.-Engineer, Remi Bastien is Vice President for Automotive Prospective at Renault Group, reporting to the EVP engineering. He became Vice President for Research and Innovation for RENAULT Group (2009-15), before becoming Global Director for Autonomous Driving Prospective at the Renault/Nissan Alliance (2015-16). He is Chairman of VEDECOM (French cooperative research institute), Chairman of MOVEO (French cluster dedicated to mobility), Delegate general and Treasurer of FISITA. He was member of the EUCAR council (former chairman in 2012).
|Pr. Thomas Stoffregen|
Professor of Kinesiology, University of Minnesota
“Motion sickness in physical and virtual systems”
Dr. Stoffregen has studied motion sickness since 1991. His work includes development of a novel theoretical perspective on motion sickness etiology, and more than 20 years of experimental studies of motion sickness across a wide variety of situations and conditions. These include military flight simulators, projection virtual environments, desktop systems, tablet computers, head-mounted displays, and ships at sea, with subject populations from children to middle-aged adults. His research has been supported by NIH, NSF, and the European Community.
|Dr. Roland Niemeier|
Director Sales and Business Development, DYNARDO GmbH, an ANSYS company
“Workflow based exploration of parameter space and reliability analysis for automated driving”
|Mr. Emmanuel Chevrier|
“Industry trends and accelerators with AVSimulation”
|Mr. Luc Jacobs|
System Engineer Motion Simulation Technoology, Bosch Rexroth B.V.
“Advanced technologies for motion simulators”
|Mr. Sébastien Lozé|
Industry Manager, Simulations, Epic Games – Unreal Engine
“From Manufacturing to Autonomous Vehicles: How Unreal Engine is an accelerator for automotive simulation development”
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