Lunchföreläsning med Jeppesen

På torsdag 16/5 bjuder Jeppesen in till en lunchföreläsning i GD-salen. På Jeppesen i Göteborg, ett Boeing-företag, jobbar 400 IT-proffs från över 30 länder med att utveckla, implementera och assistera avancerade resursoptimeringssystem för flygbolag. Vi gästas av Mattias Lindby (F11), som kommer att berätta om företaget och hur det är att jobba där som teknisk fysiker.

Vi hälsar er varmt välkomna kl. 12 nu på torsdag. Pizza finns till de 100 första!

The Boeing subsidiary Jeppesen is one of the largest software development companies in Göteborg. We develop optimization solutions for the world’s leading airlines. We are focusing on continuous improvements and innovations to bring more value to our clients, and we are exploring new technologies such as Quantum computing, AI and Big data analysis.

At Jeppesen’s office in central Göteborg you will work in a one-of-a-kind software development organization with fascinating solutions that make a real difference to people around the world. You will be working in an agile learning organization surrounded by a team of talented colleagues who are dedicated to bringing value to our customers. You will have the opportunity to learn and broaden your perspective by working with 400 colleagues from more than 30 different nations, whilst also being part of a global organization where you can collaborate with colleagues across the world.

Most importantly, you will be expected to make a difference.

Lunch seminar with Zenuity

Zenuity will hold a lunch seminar in GD on tuesday 10th of April at 12-13. There will be free lunch for the first 50 students.

The lunch seminar will be held by Mats Kvarnström who is a Big Data Analyst for Connected Safety and Autonomous Drive at Zenuity. The lunch seminar will be about following things:

Zenuity scope covers all software from sensor to actuator – starting with sensing and sensor fusion technology over to decision and control to vehicle control – using multiple inputs like camera, radar, ultrasonics, lidar – latest algorithm techniques including artificial intelligence, neural networks – machine learning – mainly for perception/decision logic and environmental modeling. On top of that Zenuity will use at a large extend cloud technology for real time maps and connected safety features. At Zenuity, we have a need for engineers with a solid background in programming and mathematics. In my talk I will present some of the challenges we are facing when developing autonomous drive functionality. I will do a deep dive in my area of development within probe and crowd sourcing of sensor data for producing maps to be used for localization of autonomous vehicles.