Silvia Ferrari is the John Brancaccio Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at Cornell University. Currently, she is the Director of the Laboratory for Intelligent Systems and Controls (LISC) at Cornell University and the co-director for the Vĕho Institute at Cornell Tech, and her principal research interests include robust adaptive control of aircraft, learning and approximate dynamic programming, and optimal control of mobile sensor networks.
Coordinator of PhD Program of Automotive Engineering for Intelligent Mobility, University of Bologna
Nicolò Cavina is a Full Professor in the Department of Industrial Engineering. His research interests include Real-time modeling of internal combustion engines, rapid control prototyping systems, and energy management for hybrid powertrains. He is the Coordinator of the PhD Course in Automotive Engineering for Intelligent Mobility, an inter-university PhD program affiliated with MUNER. He is also the co-director of Vĕho Institute at the University of Bologna.
Dean Greg MorrisettGreg Morrisett is the Jack and Rilla Neafsey Dean and Vice Provost of Cornell Tech. Previously, he served as the Dean of Computing and Information Sciences at Cornell University and was also a Professor and Associate Dean for Computer Science and Electrical Engineering in the Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences. Morrisett’s research focuses on the application of language and verification technology for building secure software systems.
Francesco Ubertini is the Head Rector of Alma Mater Studiorum – University of Bologna. The main research themes pursued in his scientific studies are in the field of Mechanics of Solids and Structures: numerical modeling and structural analysis, intelligent structures, and innovative materials, historical and archaeological structures, structural monitoring, and diagnostics.
Wendy Ju is an Associate Professor at the Jacobs Technion-Cornell Institute at Cornell Tech and in the Information Science field at Cornell University. Her work in the areas of human-robot interaction and automated vehicle interfaces highlights the ways that interactive devices can communicate and engage people without interrupting or intruding. She has a Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from Stanford and a Master’s in Media Arts and Sciences from MIT.
David Erickson is the SC Thomas Sze Director and Sibley College Professor in the Sibley School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at Cornell University. His research focuses on: mobile and global health technology, medical diagnostics, microfluidics, photonics, and nanotechnology. Dr. Erickson has received the DARPA-MTO Young Faculty Award, the NSF CAREER Award, the Department of Energy Early Career Award, among others.
Rosa Grimaldi is a Full professor of Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management at the University of Bologna, Department of Management. Most of her scientific production is about New Business Creation, Entrepreneurship, and Technology Transfer.