DARPA Forward Conference Series to Cover National Security, Technology Innovation
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has launched DARPA Forward, a conference series that seeks to shed light on national security innovation.
Scientists, innovators and senior defense leaders will discuss evolving challenges faced by warfighters, and new capabilities in the field of national security. Attendees will also be able to look into different topics across multiple domains and disciplines.
Some of the topics that will be discussed will cover the fields of virtual technologies, biomedical technologies, electromagnetic spectrum, multi-domain operations, artificial intelligence and materials and manufacturing. Some of the leaders that will be attending are DARPA Director and 2022 Wash100 winner Stefanie Tompkins, U.S. Marine Corps Commandant Gen. David Berger, U.S. Space Command chief James Dickinson and U.S. Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. Charles Brown, Jr.
The event will be split into six, two-day events and will run from August through December. Registration for the conference will open on June 1, DARPA said Thursday.
The agency will partner with Colorado State University, Washington State University, The Ohio State University, Georgia Institute of Technology, Texas A&M University and the University of California San Diego for the conference. Participants can choose to attend the gathering in person or virtually.
According to Tompkins, the conference is designed to inspire innovative thinking across various sectors to support technological development. She hopes that the event will foster a desire to create a better future.
Category: Defense and Intelligence
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