TEN YEARS HENCE
The Ten Years Hence speaker series explores issues, ideas, and trends likely to affect business and society over the next decade. Students, faculty and the community use guest speaker comments as a springboard for structured speculation about emerging issues and the next ten years.
Ten Years Hence is sponsored by the O'Brien-Smith Leadership Program made possible by a generous endowment from William H. O'Brien (ND '40) and his wife, Dee. The program is named after their respective parents. The O’Brien-Smith Program endowment provides an opportunity for students and faculty to interact with distinguished leaders from business, government, and non-profit sectors.
Ubiquitous Robots? Challenges and Opportunities
by Dr. Jim Schmiedeler, Professor of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering, University of Notre Dame
January 26, 2018
Human-machine partnership: Thinking about the future
by Nitesh Chawla, Frank M. Freimann Professor of Computer Science and Engineering, University of Notre Dame
February 23, 2018
Please note: Lecture location is the Stayer Center for Executive Education, Morris Commons
Otto Berkes, Chief Technology Officer, CA Technologies
March 2, 2018
Enabling the intelligent enterprise with the next generation of technologies
Steve Shute, Executive Vice President and Chief Business Officer, SAP Americas and Asia Pacific Japan
March 23, 2018
Big data gets physical
Dr. Hendrik F. Hamann, Senior Manager and Distinguished Research Staff Member at the IBM T.J. Watson Research Center, IBM T.J. Watson Research Center
April 13, 2018
Gill Bejerano, Associate Professor of Developmental Biology, of Computer Science and of Pediatrics, Bejerano Lab, Stanford University
April 20, 2018
Ten Years Hence Schedule
Lectures are held on selected Fridays from:
- 10:40 a.m. to 12:10 p.m.
- Jordan Auditorium of the Mendoza College of Business
"Ten Years Hence" is listed as BAUG 30210 or MBGR 60210, and is open to all Notre Dame undergraduate and graduate students and employees.
There are no prerequisites to enroll.
No examinations or graded assignments. Students must attend all lectures in order to receive credit for the course; no excused or unexcused absences.
There are no required textbook purchases for this course.
See your academic advisor or your department chair for additional details.
The public and media are welcomed.
Phone: (574) 631-3277