Live question and answer with Remi Duquette, moderated by ASEE President-Elect Sheryl Sorby.
The Tuesday plenary also recognizes the following Best Paper Winners from 2019.
These papers can be found in the W4199 Distinguished Lecture
1. Best Overall 2019 PIC Paper and PIC II Winner - Assessment of Project-based Learning Courses Using Crowd Signals
Mr. Georgios Georgalis (Purdue University at West Lafayette) and Dr. Karen Marais (Purdue University at West Lafayette)
2. Best Overall 2019 Zone Paper and Zone 1 Winner - Implementation and First-year Results of an Engineering Spatial-skills Enhancement Program
Dr. Alexander John De Rosa (Stevens Institute of Technology) and Dr. Maxine Fontaine (Stevens Institute of Technology)
3. 2019 Best Diversity Paper: Work in Progress: Aligning What We Want With What We Seek: Increasing Comprehensive Review in the Graduate Admissions Process
Dr. La'Tonia Stiner-Jones (Ohio State University) and Dr. Wolfgang Windl (Ohio State University)
Remi Duquette heads the Datacenter Clarity LC global business and R&D directions at MAYA HTT Ltd. His current focus on artificial intelligence and deep neural networks brings clients’ digitalization investment to new heights and has proven to become business-critical to many existing clients. He is the driving force behind Maya’s DCIM solution Datacenter Clarity LC®. He also was instrumental in analyzing structural components of four successful spacecrafts currently orbiting the planet and is an ex speed-skating champion in Quebec, Canada. He attended the International Space University after completing his M.A.Sc. thesis on MOST, Canada’s first space telescope, at the University of Toronto Institute for Aerospace Studies following his engineering degree at McGill University in Montréal.