Justyna Zander (she/her) is global head of verification and validation for autonomous driving at NVIDIA, where she works on scaling and automating autonomous vehicles simulation and validation efforts to enable a safe fleet deployment. Justyna has worked in autonomous driving at Intel, MathWorks, the White House and Fortune 500 automotive companies. Earlier, she was a researcher at Harvard University and a scientist at Fraunhofer Institute in Germany. Justyna holds a Ph.D., M.Sc. and two B.Sc. degrees in computer science and electrical engineering. She has filed for 30 patents and co-authored over 40 publications and three books on simulation, model-based testing and embedded systems design.
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