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The Future of Making Things

  • 16 Sep 2015
  • 7:30 AM - 9:00 AM
  • Autdodesk Gallery, 1 Market Street #200, San Francisco, CA 94105

The Johnson Club of the Bay Area and Johnson Alumni Affairs at Cornell University cordially invite you to join them for the upcoming 2015-2016 Johnson Thought Leader Series event


THE FUTURE OF MAKING THINGS 


Featuring: Brian Mathews '89 VP, Platform Group CTO, Autodesk

Host: Amy Bunszel '89, VP, AutoCAD, Autodesk

 

Cost: $25

Breakfast followed by the presentation and discussion.


Click here to register!

Click here to see who is coming@ http://www2.johnson.cornell.edu/alumni/events/registration/attendees.cfm


Please contact Johnson Alumni Affairs with questions, or call  1-800-847-2082, ext. 2.


About Brian:

As Vice President and Platform Group CTO, Brian Mathews helps shape the technology strategy for Autodesk’s platforms and products serving the design, engineering, and construction industries.  He also heads the Reality Computing and Sustainability Solutions business units.  Reality computing involves sensor techniques such as 3D laser scanning, augmented reality, photogrammetry, computer vision, and reverse engineering to model the world.  Previously, he was VP of Autodesk Labs, a hub connecting design professionals with innovative technologies.  He held Software Architecture and Engineering Management positions for collaboration solutions, data publishing, and the graphics technology used in several products including AutoCAD. Prior to Autodesk, he was the Chief Architect at Buzzsaw.com, the leading cloud collaboration tool for the construction industry, and held technical positions at Sun Microsystems and Ithaca Software. Mathews earned Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Electrical Engineering from Cornell University. He was the original creator of the DWF format and holds a variety of patents covering data compression, computer graphics, cloud architecture, printing, and design collaboration.



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