Electrical, Computer and Biomedical Engineering Department

Aussie Schnore, GE Global Research

February 7, 2019 12:50 PM–1:40 PM

In many occupations, there is an oral tradition of sharing stories, both to entertain as well as educate. In this talk, I would like to continue that tradition by sharing some stories, talking about projects/technologies I have worked on, giving you some insight into my latest passion, Quantum Computing (a little math required), and giving the audience a chance to ask questions of someone who is a Union Alumni.

Aussie Schnore ’90 is a Senior Principal Engineer and Edge Architect with GE Global Research. Aussie has 30+ years of experience in a wide range of technical domains, including semiconductors, power electronics, embedded systems, software development, and advanced computing. He has defined the IP Protection role at GE GRC, led several joint GE/Lockheed Martin Shared Vision Programs, was technology strategist for advanced computing, and is an inventor, founder, and lead architect of GE’s Edge effort. In 2017 Aussie and a team from GE deployed Dispatch Optimizer, the first Industrial Edge App, which alone is anticipated to bring in > $1B in value for GE and its customers. Currently, he is a mission leader at GE Research’s Forge Lab, looking at what comes after cybersecurity. Aussie has been on several external boards and advisory councils, and holds 15 patents in various fields. He has a B.S. degree in Electrical Engineering from Union College.


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