C3 Transform 2020 is an opportunity to engage with C3.ai leadership, customers, and partners from across our global ecosystem. Review our product roadmap, dive deep into C3.ai technology innovations, and gain unique insights from industry leaders who are harnessing AI at enterprise scale with powerful results.
Secretary of State (2005 – 2009),
United States of America
Chairman & Chief Executive Officer,
Chairman & Chief ExecutiveOfficer,
President and Chief Technology Officer, C3.ai
Ed Abbo is President and Chief Technology Officer at C3.ai, where he leads C3.ai’s strategy and execution, including technology direction, innovation, and customer success.
Prior to C3.ai, Mr. Abbo was Senior Vice President at Oracle Corporation, where he was responsible for its application products. Prior to joining Oracle in 2006, he was Senior Vice President of Engineering and Chief Technology Officer for Siebel Systems.
Mr. Abbo earned a Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering from Princeton University.
EVP, Worldwide Commercial Business, Microsoft
Judson Althoff is executive vice president of Microsoft’s Worldwide Commercial Business (WCB), which drives commercial business strategy for enterprise, public sector, small and mid-market, services, developer and partner communities.
Althoff joined the company in March 2013 as president of Microsoft North America. In this role, he was responsible for commercial and public sector customers and partners, the retail and operator channel, and consumer business across the U.S. and Canada. Under his leadership, Microsoft North America achieved double-digit revenue growth in a $30 billion business and triple-digit cloud growth.
Earlier in his career, Althoff spent several years in senior sales roles at Oracle and EMC. He earned a mechanical engineering degree from the Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT), serves on IIT’s Computer Science Advisory Board and is a co-chair of Free the Children’s Seattle WE Day.
Chairman and CEO, Baker Hughes
Lorenzo Simonelli is Chairman and CEO of Baker Hughes (NYSE: BKR), an energy technology company that combines innovation, expertise, and scale to provide solutions for customers worldwide.
Mr. Simonelli was named Chairman in October 2017 and has been President and CEO since the Company’s creation in July 2017, where he oversaw the merger of GE Oil & Gas with Baker Hughes Inc.
Previously, Mr. Simonelli served as President and CEO of GE Oil & Gas and President and CEO of GE Transportation. He also served as CFO Americas for GE Consumer & Industrial, as well as General Manager, Product Management for GE Appliances, Lighting, Electrical Distribution and Motors. Mr. Simonelli joined GE’s Financial Management Program in 1994.
He is a Business & Economics Graduate from Cardiff University.
VP IT Innovation & GM Emerging Digital Technologies, Shell
Johan Krebbers is Shell’s VP IT Innovation and GM Emerging Digital Technologies, based in Amsterdam. He is responsible for defining and driving the future IT strategy for Shell and identifying new digital technologies. In addition, Mr. Krebbers maintains active connections with external parties, particularly with startups.
Previously, Mr. Krebbers was the VP of Architecture for Shell, where he created and developed the global architecture practice across the company. In his 15-year career at Shell, Mr. Krebbers has held many different IT roles across multiple locations.
General Manager of Data Science, Shell
Dan Jeavons has led the multi-award winning Shell Data Science Centre of Excellence since its inception in 2013, growing the team to around 160 individuals. In 2018, he was recognized in the UK’s top 50 data leaders, and his team received the Hackett Award for Data Analytics that year.
He has been a significant contributor to Shell’s digital strategy, which has delivered over $1 billion in cost reductions, production increases, and additional customer margins. His team’s work has been recently publicized in mainstream journals like Forbes, the Wall Street Journal, and the Financial Times.
He began his career as a consultant in Accenture’s upstream practice before joining Shell in 2008. Subsequently, he worked in the CIO Office, and then in architecture before joining the technology division in 2013.
Managing Director, Head of Data and Innovation, Bank of America
Brice Rosenzweig is the Head of the Data and Innovation Group for Global Markets at Bank of America. Prior to that, he was the Global Co-Head of The Quantitative Strategies group.
Mr. Rosenzweig joined Bank of America in London in 2011. Before joining the Bank, he worked at Goldman Sachs for 14 years in fixed income and equity strategies across New York, Tokyo, and Hong Kong.
Mr. Rosenzweig holds a degree in applied statistics from Ecole Nationale de la Statistique et de l’Administration Economique and a Msc in Applied Mathematics in Economics from Universite Paris IX Dauphine.
Head of Infrastructure & Networks Digital Hub, Enel
Fabio Veronese is Head of Infrastructure & Networks Digital Hub at Enel, with global IT development responsibility for the Enel Infrastructure & Networks business. Mr. Veronese leads the Technology and Transformation Committee, the group responsible for qualifying and leading infrastructure transformation projects and for defining technologies, architectures, and platforms supporting Enel’s digital transformation.
Previously, Mr. Veronese led the Infrastructure and Technological Services of the Enel Group’s IT division, responsible for the smart meter project implementation in Italy, and global unification and digitalization for Enel Group Distribution Companies’ applications. In this role, Mr. Veronese led the fastest and largest data migration to the cloud at Enel, restructuring the way IT operations are managed.
Mr. Veronese holds a BS degree in electronic engineering from the University of Padova and an MA degree in leadership awareness from INSEAD.
Zico Kolter, PhD
Associate Professor, Computer Science Department, Carnegie Mellon University
Zico Kolter is Associate Professor of Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University. In addition to his full-time role at CMU, he also serves as Chief Scientist of AI Research for the Bosch Center for AI (BCAI). Previously, he was Chief Data Scientist at C3.ai.
At CMU, his group’s research focuses on machine learning, optimization, and control. Much of the work aims at making deep learning algorithms safer, more robust, and more explainable. The group also focuses on several application domains, with a particular focus on smart energy and sustainability domains.
Commander Thomas Sampson
Chief Information Officer, F-35 Joint Strike Fighter Program Office, US Navy
Commander Thomas Sampson is the Chief Information Officer responsible for the for the F-35 Lightning II Joint Program Office’s current and future information systems. CDR Sampson’s 20+ years of leadership and execution experience, 13 years in large scale project and program management, and multiple positions in digital development provide the program office a new view on how to manage processes and move to data-driven decision making.
CDR Sampson earned a Bachelor of Political Science from SUNY Buffalo, a Masters of IT Management, and Master of Business Administration from The American University. He was enlisted as a Naval Aircrewman then designated Naval Aviator.
He has flown in support of Patrol Squadron One and Helicopter Anti-Submarine Squadron Light Four Four embarked in USS OSCAR AUSTIN. Shore tours include multiple staffs and theater commands.
Yves Le Gélard
EVP, CDO & Group CIO, ENGIE
Yves Le Gélard has served as Executive Vice President, Chief Digital Officer, and Group Chief Information Officer of ENGIE since 2016.
Before joining ENGIE, he was Senior VP, Services EMEA for SAP. Previously, he held senior roles at Fujitsu, most recently as Executive Vice-President of Fujitsu America, based in New York. Prior to that, he served in senior roles at Capgemini, as General Manager for Outsourcing; as Head of Global Sales; and as General Manager of the managed services division. Previously, he held various technical and sales roles at IBM before becoming Executive Assistant for the CEO of IBM France.
Mr. Le Gélard holds a degree from École des Hautes Études Commerciales de Paris.
Development & Implementation Leader, Enterprise Operations Digitization and Advanced Analytics Group, 3M
Jennifer Austin is the Development & Implementation Leader for 3M’s Enterprise Operations Digitization and Advanced Analytics (D&AA) group. She is responsible for setting and executing the processes by which the organization delivers on its goal of creating a Digital Twin to drive business decisions and value creation.
Ms. Austin has been at 3M for more than 23 years. Before joining 3M D&AA, Ms. Austin held leadership roles in 3M Connect, 3M Integration Management Office, and 3M Health Information Systems, as well as a variety of roles in the 3M Commercial Graphics Division.
Ms. Austin holds a BS in environmental engineering and a BS in biology from Michigan Technological University, and an MS in Public Health from the University of Minnesota.
9:00am – 5:00pm
Opening Keynote - Tom Siebel
C3.ai 2020 Product Roadmap
Customer and Partner Presentations
Industry Breakout Sessions
8:30am – 4:00pm
Opening Keynote - Condoleezza Rice
Data Science Executive Panel
C3.ai Product Roadmap Sessions
2:00pm to 6:00pm
The C3 Partner Summit brings together the growing C3.ai community of technology partners and system integrators to share best practices, establish success criteria, and network. We invite our partners to join us for this new summit immediately preceding C3 Transform 2020.
C3 Transform 2020 will return to San Francisco’s historic Palace Hotel. The Palace Hotel is approximately 35-45 minutes from the San Francisco International Airport (SFO).
Please note that there is a high demand for sleeping rooms in San Francisco. We encourage guests to book rooms as soon as possible. C3 Transform 2020 attendees will be able to register for sleeping rooms at the Palace Hotel during the registration process.
At the inaugural C3 Transform user conference in March 2019, attendees included leaders in energy, manufacturing, aerospace, defense, oil and gas, and financial services who shared how they were using C3.ai technology to digitally transform their industry.
At C3 Transform 2020, business and technical leaders will be able to engage with industry experts and network with peers who are encountering similiar opportunities and challenges in their enterprise’s digital transformation journey.
If you’re interested in meeting with a C3.ai expert at C3 Transform 2020, please email C3Transform@C3.ai and we’ll help arrange a meeting with the right team.
To update or cancel your registration for C3 Transform 2020, please go to https://www.c3transform.ai/ and log into your registration account.
C3 Transform 2020 officially kicks off on Tuesday, February 25 at 6:00 pm with a Welcome Reception at the Pied Piper restaurant at the Palace Hotel. The program will conclude on Thursday, February 27, at 4:00 pm. The C3 Partner Summit will start at 2:00 pm on Tuesday, February 25, for those attending.
Please email C3Transform@C3.ai if you have any questions regarding C3 Transform 2020.
Access to our hotel block at the Palace hotel is made available during registration. Register at https://www.c3transform.ai/.
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