Tag Archives: University of Notre Dame

Steven Walker, Director of DARPA, Inducted Into 2019 Wash100 for Leadership in Advancing Artificial Intelligence, Other Tech Programs

Executive Mosaic is pleased to announce that Steven Walker, director of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, as an inductee into the 2019 Wash100 — Executive Mosaic’s annual selection of the most influential voices in the government contracting arena — for his focus on emerging technology such as artificial intelligence.

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DARPA, Consortium Pick 6 University Research Centers for $200M Microelectronics Tech Devt Program

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency and an industry consortium have selected six university research centers to conduct research efforts that seek to address challenges related to microelectronic technologies under a potential five-year, $200 million cost-sharing program. Linton Salmon, manager of DARPA’s Joint University Microelectronics Program, said in a statement …

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IARPA Selects Partners to Develop Methods for Evaluating the Intelligence Community Workforce

The Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity has awarded research contracts to select industry partners as part of a program to develop continuously sensing, passive and unobtrusive methods to evaluate an individual’s cognitive, physiological and psychological aspects. Lockheed Martin, the University of Memphis, the University of Southern California and the University …

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MARCO to Continue Support for DARPA’s Multi-University Research Network Devt Program

Microelectronics Advanced Research Corp. has secured a $15.5 million contract modification to continue to help the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency establish a network of multi-university research centers in the U.S. The Defense Department said Wednesday the modification covers the fifth year of  MARCO’s support for DARPA’s Focus Center Research Program-Semiconductor Technology Advanced Research Network. DARPA …

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PARC Lands DARPA Contract to Develop Printer for Macroscopic Objects

PARC has been awarded a Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency contract to build a nanotechnology-enabled printer that uses micrometer-size particles to produce macroscopic objects. The company said Wednesday the contract was awarded as part of DARPA’s Atoms to Product program, which began research efforts in December 2015. PARC said it will employ the help of Johns Hopkins University and …

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DARPA Picks 10 Participants for Nano-to-Millimeter-Scale Manufacturing Project

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has selected 10 participants in its Atoms to Product program, which seeks technology that can manufacture millimeter-scale products or materials out of nanometer-scale pieces. DARPA said Tuesday researchers will work to address the gap between nano-scale and millimeter-scale components through fabrication from atoms to microns …

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AECOM-IBM Disaster Risk Mgmt Tool Wins Recognition; Peter Williams Comments

AECOM has been chosen to receive the University of Notre Dame’s Corporate Adaptation Prize in recognition of a disaster preparedness assessment tool developed through an AECOM-IBM partnership. The university evaluated the companies’ Disaster Resilience Scorecard using criteria such as market impact, scalability and measurable adaptation progress, AECOM said Wednesday. Peter …

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Lockheed Tests Beam Control Turret’s 360-Degree Coverage; Doug Graham Comments

Lockheed Martin has completed a series of initial flight tests on its new beam control turret designed to provide military aircraft with a 360-degree coverage area to engage missiles or other aircraft with laser weapons. The company said Monday it worked with the University of Notre Dame and the Air Force Research Laboratory to demonstrate the functions of the Aero-adaptive Aero-optic …

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