Ted Lehr

Senior Lecturer, Texas State University

Dr. Ted Lehr is a Senior Lecturer in Computer Science at Texas State University responsible for undergraduate recruitment and teaching software engineering. He has over 30 years of experience, including engineering executive management in large and small companies, academia and government. Most recently Ted was a data architect with the City of Austin where, among other innovations, he initiated and led Austin's signing of the master research agreement with UT-Austin. He was also part of the team that developed Austin's nationally recognized Open Data portal. More generally, at the City of Austin, he regularly helped multi-department teams collaborate on technology related challenges, including the launching a formal cross-department drone policy and technology task force in 2021. During this same period, Dr. Lehr taught software engineering courses at Texas State where, in 2015, the university recognized him as an Outstanding Part-Time Faculty. While in 2017 and 2020, he was designated a "Favorite Professor" by the honor students at Texas State. Ted received his Ph.D in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Carnegie Mellon-University.

9:35 - 9:55

April 28th Conference Day One

Intelligent Infrastructure In Greater Austin - SH130

Darran AndersonDirector of Strategy and Innovation, Texas Department of Transportation

Ted Lehr Senior Lecturer,  Texas State University

Matthew Reibling, VP/Partner, TI Group

Jeff DeCoux, Chairman, Autonomy Institute