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GOOGLE CLOUD presenting at LCL Industry Seminar Series

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Conférencier : Javier Tordable, Technical Director, Office of the CTO at Google Cloud
Date de l'événement : vendredi 02 mars 2018 14:00 - 17:00
Lieu : Limpertsberg Campus
Bâtiment des Sciences
162A avenue de la Faïencerie
L-1511 Luxembourg

Google workshop (robotics AI etc)

Exact time and length pending for speaker’s confirmation

Javier is an engineering leader with a proven track record building innovative software. In his nine years at Google he has been part of Search, Ads, Supply Chain for Data Centers and Cloud. During his time in Supply Chain he was a key architect that drove the vision for end to end automation and managed the data quality team. And as a Technical Director in the Office of the CTO in Google Cloud, he helps top worldwide companies with their Big Data and AI strategy.


The LCL Industry Seminar Series invites supply chain professionals to our campus to give a lecture on their expertise. It is an important recurrent event for our centre, in which new insights and ideas are shared and discussed within an open setting.

Some topics align closely with our current research directions, while others represent areas of interest to the supply chain community that are not formally being studied by our researchers. Diversity of topics is essential to meeting the purpose of the LCL Industry Seminar Series. Our goal is to provide a forum for interaction on themes related to supply chain among the Faculty of Law, Economics and Finance, industry practitioners and students at and around the University of Luxembourg.

Even though the work and careers in academia and industry are quite different, it would be wrong to consider the fields of academic research and the business world as two separate silos. In fact, they are strongly interdependent. To be meaningful, the ultimate research goal, especially in a discipline like logistics and SCM, has to be the advancement and contribution to the growing success of businesses. This requires a good understanding of the practical challenges and thus a constant feedback loop between the two worlds. Moreover, solutions found by practitioners and researchers in one industry may spark the development of similar concepts and thus success stories in other industries as well.

The seminars are of particular interest to the professionals in the logistics and supply chain community. Students of our Master programme, faculty members and staff also attend the seminars.

Registration is limited to 15 participants.

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