The University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute (UMTRI) and Toyota have teamed up to host a series of conversations with leaders in transportation.

The speaker series are free of charge, but due to limiting seating, UMTRI requests an email RSVP be sent to UMTRI-ToyotaRSVP@umich.edu to register for each event.

2014 speakers include:

Bryant Walker Smith, Fellow, Center for Automotive Research; Fellow, Center for Internet and Society at Stanford Law School; Lecturer in Law, Stanford Law School

Matthew Rizzo, MD, Professor of Neurology, Engineering and Public Policy; Director of the Provost's University-wide Aging Mind and Brain Initiative; Vice Chair for Translational Research in Neurology; Director of the Division of Neuroergonomics

Dr. Rizzo is a global expert on neurology and aging and serves as the Principle Investigator for the CSRC project on the Impact of New Technologies on Older Drivers.
Watch Dr. Rizzo's presentation on Driving Simulation and Medical Disorders here.

Ken Laberteaux, Senior Principal Scientist, Toyota Research Institute