IVADO, l'IRT Saint Exupéry, l'IIDthe CRIAQ and ANITI invite you to the 3rd edition of the MobiliT.AI forum, to be held in Quebec City (Canada) on May 17, 18 and 19, 2022.

MobiliT.AI is an international event that brings together a community of experts in artificial intelligence (AI) for mission-critical systems in transportation and mobility (aeronautics, automotive, rail, space, drones, and more).

This community is made up of researchers from academia and industry, as well as players from the technology and transport sectors, and experts in operational safety and critical embedded systems engineering.

In 2019, Montreal hosted the 1st edition of MobiliT.AI, which brought together some 170 experts and 26 speakers and panellists. For its part, the 2021 edition, presented in virtual mode, brought together nearly 450 participants.

In 2022, in Quebec City, the 3rd edition of the forum will bring together some thirty speakers on a range of topics, from AI certification issues, to its implementation in embedded systems, to the challenges associated with its explicability.


Programming Committee

  • Aude Rondepierre, Senior Lecturer, INSA - Toulouse
  • Béatrice Laurent-Bonneau, Professor, Department of Mathematical Engineering and Modeling, INSA - Toulouse
  • Édouard Pauwels, Senior Lecturer, Université Toulouse 3 - Paul Sabbatier
  • Foutse Khomh, Full Professor, Department of Computer and Software Engineering, Polytechnique Montréal
  • Giuliano Antoniol, Full Professor, Department of Computer and Software Engineering, Polytechnique Montréal
  • Grégory Flandin, Program Director - Artificial Intelligence and Critical Systems, IRT Saint Exupéry
  • Mario Marchand, Director, Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering, Université Laval
  • Mathieu Barreau, Director - Partnerships and Business Development, CRIM
  • Sébastien Gambs, Professor, Computer Science Department, UQAM
  • Yann Pequignot, Data Scientist, Institut intelligence et données (IID), Université Laval


Overview of speakers

  • Lionel Briand, Canada Research Chair in Compliance and Intelligent Software Reliability and Professor at the University of Ottawa
  • Vera Liao, Senior Researcher - FATE Group, Microsoft Research Montréal
  • Stan Matwin, Director of Dalhousie University's Big Data Analytics Lab and Canada Research Chair in Machine Learning Interpretability
  • Caroline Pernelle, Artificial Intelligence Strategist at CAE
  • Emmanuel Rachelson, Professor of Machine Learning and Optimization at ISAE SUPAERO and member of ANITI
  • François Pomerleau, Norlab co-director and professor at Université Laval's Faculty of Science and Engineering
  • Ruxendra Botez, Canada Research Chair in Aircraft Modeling and Simulation Technology and Professor at ÉTS Montréal


This event is presented with the support of the Quebec government.