Since 2008 Dr. Beiker has been overseeing the strategic planning, resources management, and project incubation for the Center for Automotive Research at Stanford (CARS). Besides managing the industry relationships, he holds teaching positions at Stanford's School of Engineering and the Graduate School of Business. He is also the Executive Director of the Revs Program, where he oversees the operations of the program. Before coming to Stanford, Dr. Beiker worked at the BMW Group for more than 13 year where his responsibilities included technology scouting, innovation management, systems design, and series development. He primarily applied his expertise to chassis and powertrain projects, and holds several patents in respective technology fields.
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Revs Project: Measuring Brainwave Data of Race Car Drivers
Prior to joining Stanford, Brennan was Editorial Director at AOL's automotive properties, including AOL Autos and Autoblog. His work with automobiles in media and technology spans more than a decade, with publications ranging from Automobile to Monocle and seat time in over 1000 test cars. He was a member of the Le Mans-winning factory Corvette C5-R program. In 2011 he co-founded an automotive database project along with designer Nate Luzod called Carmagnum. His personal land speed record is 168 mph, behind the wheel of a Chaparral 2E.
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Revs Project: The Revs Digital Library
Revs Project: Measuring Automotive Dynamics
Miles C. Collier, a retired business executive, is a practicing artist, investor, philanthropist, and a noted authority on vintage automobiles. Mr. Collier’s interest in art was nurtured at Yale University where he received a Bachelor’s Degree in Painting. However, family business intervened. After receiving an MBA from Columbia University, his business career was culminated after 25 years as Managing Partner of Collier Enterprises, in the 1995 decision to make painting his next career. In 1996, he entered the New York Studio School of Drawing, Painting and Sculpture, where he studied for three years with the noted Graham Nickson. Today, he paints professionally. His special interest is in issues relating to visual perception. His interest in education and philanthropy is concentrated in the post-secondary arena. He serves as Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Eckerd College, a small private liberal arts college with a national reputation..
Miles is the founder of the Revs Institute for Automotive Research in Naples as well as the founding supporter of the Stanford-Revs initiative. For the last ten years, Mr. Collier has conducted a biennial symposium on Connoisseurship and the Collectible Automobile that brings together automobile collectors and faculty from around the world to discuss critical issues in collecting and preserving important historic automobiles.