Distinguished Lecture with Tushar Chandra of Waymo
A Ken Kennedy Institute Distinguished Lecture by Tushar Chandra, Distinguished Engineer and Head of Onboard Software, Waymo.
Tushar Chandra leads the Onboard Software Team at Waymo, an autonomous driving technology company with a mission to make it safe and easy to move people and things around. Prior to Waymo, Tushar spent 15 years at Google, most recently as a Distinguished Engineer where he co founded Sibyl, a general-purpose large-scale machine learning and data analysis system. He also spent more than a decade at IBM at both the Almaden Research Center and T.J. Watson Research Center. Tushar received his B.S. in Computer Science from the Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur and earned his Ph.D. in Computer Science from Cornell University. He won the 2010 Dijkstra prize (along with Sam Toueg and Vassos Hadzilacos) for the research in his Ph.D. thesis.
Co-Sponsored by: The Ken Kennedy Institute and Rice University Computer Science Department