Patrick Lorton, CTO, Schrödinger
Patrick Lorton joined Schrödinger in 2006, and after working in many engineering roles, is currently Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer. Schrödinger is seeking to transform drug and materials design through its physics-based computational platform. Pat is responsible for defining Schrödinger’s technology platform, as well as directing all software engineering teams. Pat received his Bachelor’s degrees in Computer Science, Chemistry, and Mathematics from Indiana University, during which time he focused his research on High Performance Computing and applied Molecular Dynamics.
Computationally predicting an effective drug molecule is an extremely challenging problem with over fifty years of significant research. Overcoming the scientific and computing limitations has attracted the vast majority of effort in the field, but progress is often also limited by many other factors: usability, code portability and code maintenance. For more than 10 years Qt has enabled Schrödinger with its powerful framework to build solutions to overcome these problems. From HPC computing applications to powerful user interfaces, Qt continues to help Schrödinger deliver solutions to scientists.
Jeff Cotter, Automotive Feature Engineer, Ford
Jeffrey Cotter joined Ford Motor Company in 2016 and is a Feature Engineer. Jeff is responsible for requirement modelling, development and validation of the Pro Trailer Backup Assist feature. He graduated with a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Virginia Tech, a B.S. in Mechanical and Process Engineering from the Technische Universität Darmstadt, and an M.S in Computer and Information Science from the University of Michigan – Dearborn.
Jeff will show how to integrate communication between Qt, Unreal Engine and MATLAB/Simulink. Using the Qt WebGL streaming, a Qt GUI such as the infotainment system can then be displayed inside of a 3D vehicle cockpit, which will give a user a rich experience of using an automotive feature.
Automotive Feature Engineer, Ford
Nicolai Josuttis is well known C++ Community speaker and writer.
He is the author of:
- "The C++ Standard Library" (cppstdlib.com),
- "C++ Templates" (tmplbook.com, co-author),
- "C+++17 - The Complete Guide" (cppstd17.com)
- "C++ Move Semantics" (cppmove.com)
He has been an active member of C++ standardization committee for more than 20 years.
Author, trainer and member of C++ standardization committee
Lars Knoll is the Chief Architect at The Qt Company and Qt Project Chief Maintainer. He has been working on Qt for 20 years starting as a software engineer to later leading the global Qt engineering team.
The Qt Company
3D Software Engineer with over 10 years of professional experience and low-level 3D graphics background. Always following good programming practices and effective software design. Appreciates working with Linux based operating systems and graphics application user interfaces. Experienced in driver interfaces giving access to programmable pipeline features (OpenGL 3.3+/OpenGL ES 2.0+). Author of an open-source OpenGL C++11 graphics engine and articles about using Vulkan API.
3D Software Engineer Siili_Auto
Florian joined froglogic in 2011 after working as a Software Developer and QA Engineer. Being a froglogic Consultant, he's conducted dozens of Squish trainings, provided consulting services to froglogic clients, and gained experience working with QA departments across all industries. These days, his focus is on Technical Sales.
Technical Sales Engineer froglogic
Peter Winston is CEO of Integrated Computer Solutions (ICS), which he founded in 1987. As the largest independent source of Qt expertise in North America, ICS supports Qt developers with a wide spectrum of custom Qt services. Working at the intersection of UX design and software engineering, ICS creates intuitive interfaces for voice- and touch-powered products, including medical devices, heavy agricultural and manufacturing equipment, in-vehicle infotainment and autonomous-driving systems, and commercial-kitchen equipment, for global companies like Boston Engineering, Boeing and Intel. Winston extended ICS’ brand in 2018 with Boston UX, aimed at meeting the growing demand for user experience design.
Stefan holds a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering with specialisation in Embedded Systems at Berne University of Applied Science; and has Six years' working experience as an embedded Linux engineer in kernel and user space (Qt) for a wireless router manufacturer and professional services provider.
Field Application Engineer and Software Developer, Toradex
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Juha Varelius, CEO, The Qt Company
Nicolai M. Josuttis Author of several C++ books, trainer, and member of the C++ standards committee
Jeff Cotter, Ford
Patrick Lorton, Schrödinger
Lars Knoll, Qt Chief Architect, The Qt Company
Lars Knoll, Qt Project Chief Maintainer, The Qt Company
Peter Winston, ICS
Alessandro Portale, Principal Software Engineer, The Qt Company
Thomas Hartmann, Senior Manager R&D, The Qt Company
Florian Turck, Technical Sales Engineer, Froglogic
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Rami Potinkara, Senior Manager R&D, The Qt Company
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