The evolution of Smart Connected Products (SCP) & IoT are
changing the way Companies Design, Operate and Service
Ziv Belfer, PTC, Israel
organization developing PTC CAD/CAM applications.
Mr. Belfer is also the General Manager of PTC Israeli R&D center, the largest PTC R&D center
in Europe and one the three main R&D centers worldwide. In the past 20 years, Mr. Belfer has lead the development of many advanced CAD/CAM/PLM technologies, starting with the early days of Pro/Engineer and until today, with a broad suit of Creo applications, these design and manufacturing applications are used by tenth of thousands of customers to create and service products. Mr. Belfer received his bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering and Master degree in CAD/CAM, Mechanical engineering from the Technion.
Precious data: Automating discovery in small datasets
Hod Lipson, Columbia University, New York
Abstract: Can machines discover scientific laws automatically? Despite the prevalence of big data, the process of distilling data into scientific laws has resisted automation. Particularly challenging are situations with small amounts of data that is difficult or expensive to collect. This talk will outline a series of recent research projects, starting with self-reflecting robotic systems, and ending with machines that can formulate hypotheses, design experiments, and interpret the results, to discover new scientific laws. We will see examples from psychology to cosmology, from classical physics to modern physics, from big science to small science.
Research Using Behavioral Big Data: A Tour and Why Mechanical Engineers Should Care
Galit Shmueli , National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan
2016 IoT Trends
Eran Shlomo , Intel Partnership program mentor & tech lead, Israel
Is the Co-founders of the IoT ignition lab in intel Haifa, Entreprenuer & Maker.