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U.S. Air Force Science and Technology 2030

Start: 5/10/2018 at 7:30AM
End: 5/11/2018 at 1:15PM
Location: Indiana University
Event Url: https://usafrl.indiana.edu/
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U.S. Air Force Science and Technology 2030

On May 10th and 11th, Indiana University is hosting one of the Air Force’s Science and Technology 2030 workshops. The purpose of the workshop is to collect ideas from academia, small business, and industry from across the Midwest to help inform Air Force investment priorities in basic and applied research over the coming decade. The workshop is structured around participants from the Midwest region presenting and evaluating ideas along one of five themes that enable the Air Force to deliver Global Vigilance, Global Reach and Global Power for America:
• Artificial Intelligence for Mission Planning and Execution
• Novel Sensing and Data Fusion
• Cyber Assurance
• Human Performance and Human Computer Interface
• Next Generation Propulsion and Advanced Manufacturing
[Clark Equipment Professor Thomas C. Corke, Department of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering, will be the facilitator of this themed session. Joining him in the presentation, also from the department, are Assistant Professor Seong-Kyun Im, Assistant Professor Thomas Juliano, and Research Professor Sergey Lenov]
This free event will take place on the Indiana University Bloomington campus, and registration is limited to 400 participants.

More information on the workshop can be found at https://usafrl.indiana.edu/.

Attendees are encouraged to submit a poster (see details here).

More information on the Air Force’s 2030 Science and Technology Strategy, to include other regional workshops, can be found at https://afresearchlab.com/.

LOCATION: Indiana Memorial Union
                     900 East 7th Street
                     Bloomington, IN  47405
                     Phone:  812/856.6381
REGISTRATION: Registration can be found by clicking here.