IEEE InTech Virtual Forum Unites Global Leaders to Examine Tech Industry's Response to Covid-19

LOS ALAMITOS, Calif., Nov. 20, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- IEEE InTech Forum, a virtual event on 2-3 December 2020, brings together 24 industry-recognized leaders to discuss breakthrough technologies and research developed in response to Covid-19. Engineering and computing attendees will learn and experience critical advancements and solutions to better prepare their organizations for future social disruptions.

Registration is free for IEEE members. Non-member attendees can access early rates by registering by November 20. Register here.

IEEE InTech Forum features 24 international speakers from leading companies such as Moderna, IBM, Hitachi, Tencent, and NVIDIA. Keynote highlights include:

    --  Dr. Noubar Afeyan, Moderna, will present "Moderna, Pandemic Vaccines,
        and the Path to Health Security." Dr. Afeyan is chair of Moderna and
        founder and CEO of Flagship Pioneering.
    --  Kathy Winter, Intel Corporation, leads programs that deliver platforms
        for advanced driver-assist systems and autonomous driving solutions. She
        will discuss "Big Bets and Building Blocks: Enriching lives through
        smart and autonomous solutions."
    --  Masaaki Mochimaru, AIST, has research interests related to measurement
        and modeling of human functions and their applications. He will present,
        "Human Augmentation Technologies towards Competence Sharing through
        Augmented Telework."
    --  Claire Delaunay, NVIDIA, is responsible for the Isaac robotics
        initiative and leads a team to bring Isaac to market for roboticists and
        developers around the world. She will present, "A Robotics Perspective
        in the Age of Covid-19."
    --  Prof. Simon Marvin, University of Sheffield, is the author of "Urban
        Operating Systems: Producing the Computational City." He will present
        "Biosecure Urbanism: Covid-19, New Technologies, and the Future of

The IEEE Computer Society has successfully completed over 50 virtual conferences this year including IEEE VR 20, QCE 20, SC20, and CVPR 20 which broke records for content submissions, attendance, presenters, research, and exhibitors. The expertise of the Computer Society's virtual event production has led to the creation of an expansive library of virtual conference resources:

    --  Virtual Event Resource Guide
    --  Virtual Platform Chart and Event Checklist
    --  Success stories

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