11th Annual Industry-Academia Days
“How do we get to SMART Cities?”
After closely monitoring the developing COVID 19 (Conoravirus) situation and in accordance with Rensselaer’s guidelines regarding public distancing for campus supported events at this time, it has become necessary to postpone our upcoming Industry-Academia Days. We apologize for any inconveniences. At present, we are planning to reschedule the event this fall. We will send information on a reschedule date and details at a later time. Those who have already registered will be contacted individually regarding refunds. Please be patient with us during this process as it could take several weeks to process all refunds. Emails will start going out immediately.
The LESA Center and Rensselaer operational activities will continue as usual. Please contact Leah Scott (firstname.lastname@example.org or 518-276-4010 with any additional questions or concerns. We want to thank you for your continued interest and support of the LESA Center, and we hope you will all join us at a later date.
Industry-Academia Days is a two-day event that brings together our Center members, industry experts, and Rensselaer faculty experts to take part in an on-going dialogue on the challenges and opportunities in the connected environment. Each year, we offer a robust program building on the success of previous IADays to ensure participants find real value.
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Special thanks to all our 2019 speakers.
Indrani Bhattacharya, LESA Center
Colleen Costello, Vital Vio
Adam Drobot, IEEE, OpenTechWorks
Ed Harwood, AeroFarms
Deborah McGuinness, RPI
Sandipan Mishra, LESA Center
Martin Moore-Ede, Circadian
Michael Myer, PNNL
Stacy Patterson, RPI
Rich Radke, LESA Center and RAVE Lab
Alexandros Tsamis, CASE Center
Andrew Turk, LESA Center and Bambu Global
2019 Beyond Illumination
2018 The Next Generation of LESA
“It was a very well organized meeting and I really enjoyed the technical content. The breadth of research presented in one day was amazing and there was a serious drive toward real-world applications. I enjoyed interacting with the students and learning about their work in vertical agriculture and sensor development. It was definitely a great opportunity to meet very interesting people and learn about new research fields.” – Levente Klein, T. J. Watson Research Center
“I see progress each year.” – Steve Paolini, Telelumen