"Connected and Autonomous Vehicles 101" Education for Arizona Small Towns and Satellite Cities


          March 14, 2019


          9:00 am - 4:00 pm

          Room 202, Alumni Lounge

          The Memorial Union

          Arizona State University

          Tempe, AZ 85287-0901





 The Speakers

  • Carol Atkinson-Palombo is an Associate Professor in the University of Connecticut’s Department of Geography and the Director of Environmental Studies
  • Matthew Clark, Director Of Government Relations at Arizona Department of Transportation and former Policy Advisor on Transportation and Local Governments, Office of Arizona Governor Doug Ducey 
  • Lina Karam, Professor, ASU's School of Electrical, Computer, and Energy Engineering   
  • David King, Assistant Professor, ASU's School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning

  • Thad MillerAssistant Professor, ASU's Polytechnic School and the School for the Future of Innovation in Society
  • Dale Neef, Technology and Economics Writer and Founder of DNA Solutions
  • Ram M. Pendyala, Professor, Transportation Systems and Interim Director, School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment at Arizona State University and Director, TOMNET University Transportation Center


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Sponsored and supported by The School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment (SSEBE)TOMNET, a USDOT Tier 1 University Transportation Center

Evaluation Comments from the Arizona CAV 101 Seminar

-  "The event at ASU was one of the most informative and balanced presentations I’ve ever seen."

-  “Extremely useful. Covered all aspects of the topic. This is the smartest seminar I’ve been to in the last 5 years...and I’ve been to a few.”

-  "An excellent topic primer."

-  “Wonderful amazing job. I feel much more competent and knowledgeable on CAVs and the trends.”

-  "I just wanted to thank you for all of your wonderful presentations"

-  “10 out of 10. Great information and discussion that included a wide variety of areas affected by CAVs.”