Join the Institute for Assured Autonomy team for a breakfast open house in the Stieff Silver Building. Ed Schlesinger, Benjamin T. Rome Dean of the Whiting School of Engineering, will deliver opening remarks to launch the IAA Research Summit. While visiting the newest IAA space, meet IAA leaders, including Jim Bellingham, executive director of the IAA.
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Cynthia Rudin, professor of computer science, electrical and computer engineering, statistical science, mathematics, and biostatistics & bioinformatics at Duke University, will deliver a keynote speech. The topic of Rudin’s keynote will be announced soon. Zoom link coming soon.
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Join us for a poster session, presentations, demonstrations, and an announcements of the IAA’s upcoming call for proposals. Ralph Semmel, director of the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory, and Bobby Braun, head of the Space Exploration Sector at the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory, will deliver remarks and a keynote address, respectively. Reception to follow.
Join us for a virtual series of lightning talks from the IAA community highlighting a variety of topics related to assured autonomy. Presenters will be available in breakout rooms after their talks for individual conversations and potential opportunities for collaboration. Zoom link coming soon.
Jaret Riddick, principal director for Autonomy in the Office of the Undersecretary of Defense for Research and Engineering, will deliver the summit keynote address. This event will also include posters and demonstrations, a brief discussion of the announcement of the IAA’s upcoming call for proposals, and Autonomy: Existential Challenges, a panel featuring IAA directors. Reception to follow.
All visitors categorized as Resident Alien (green card holder), Foreign Person (visa holder), or Foreign National should contact Veronica Koch ([email protected]) for registration by October 20th to ensure facility access.