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Controls Seminar UM ECE Fall 2021 - Shared screen with speaker view
Brian Ambelis
01:13
hello everyone
dparmar
34:13
Hidden Figures
Elliott Rouse
34:17
Hidden Figures?
Challen Enninful
34:17
Hidden figures
michael
44:10
What are the 10 Grand Challenges? Also, an early slide said 'Convergence of S&T is a core ..'. What is S&T? Thanks
Dawn M Tilbury
45:31
S&T = science & technology
michael
45:40
Thanks
Dawn M Tilbury
46:58
NSF 10 big ideas, sorry that slide fell out of my prevention: https://www.nsf.gov/news/special_reports/big_ideas/
michael
47:47
Thanks, very interesting!
Nguyen-Truc-Dao Nguyen
47:55
Where can we find the record or the slides of the talk? Thank you so much
Elliott Rouse
48:08
Thanks Dawn!
Necmiye Ozay
48:44
recordings are posted here: https://controls.engin.umich.edu/fall-2021-seminars/
A Galip Ulsoy
48:48
Convergence is great goal, but easier said than done. How do we get green researchers form diverse fields together to work on societal problems?
Diane Peters
50:13
Dawn, I'd love to have the slides if you're willing to share them.
Bogdan Epureanu
51:52
Very insightful presentation Dawn. Thank you. Can you please elaborate on the systems thinking perspective you mentioned? This concept is pursued at UM in the Systems Engineering and Design program, of course. This concept is related to convergence. What are the similarities and differences between these two ways of thinking.
Bogdan Epureanu
53:51
Thank you Dawn. Indeed, systems thinking can help convergence thinking and vice versa.
Patrick McNally, UM SPRL
54:38
Thank you Dawn for this presentation. Early on you mentioned the different goals and motivation of academia and industry. Can you comment on how you see Convergence also extending to academia + industry teams?