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05/01/2018
University of Texas System Chancellor William H. McRaven, a retired U.S. Navy four-star admiral, leads one of the nation’s largest and most respected systems of higher education. As the chief executive officer of the UT System, Chancellor McRaven oversees 14 institutions that educate 220,000 students and employ 20,000 faculty and more than 80,000 health care professionals, researchers and staff.
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May 11, 2016, 1000 - 1400
Pentagon Center Courtyard
DARPA Demo Day provided the DoD community with an up-close look at the Agency's diverse portfolio of innovative technologies and military systems at various stages of development and readiness, spanning every military domain from undersea to outer space and across all of DARPA's strategic focus areas, from sensors and microsystems to cyber and spectrum to biological technologies and counterterrorism.
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06/09/2015
On Wednesday, June 10, DARPA will open general registration for what promises to be an extraordinary gathering:“Wait, What? A Future Technology Forum,” to be held September 9th through 11th in St. Louis.
07/08/2015
Seven teams from around the country have earned the right to play in the final competition of DARPA’s Cyber Grand Challenge (CGC), a first-of-its-kind tournament designed to speed the development of automated security systems able to defend against cyberattacks as fast as they are launched. The winners successfully squared off against dozens of other teams for the opportunity to compete head to head next year for nearly $4 million in prizes—and the chance to help revolutionize cybersecurity going forward.
07/28/2015
But most of all, the intellectual chemistry of 1,000 scientists, engineers and other innovators all under one roof, hearing from leaders in fields ranging from artificial intelligence and quantum physics to microbial communication and satellite flocks … learning about work at the edges of discovery and the implications of advances that are bubbling at the intersections of technology’s fastest-changing disciplines.