IARPA Day 2014 in College Park, MD area on Oct 29 and 30
Registration for IARPA Day in the College Park, MD area on Oct. 29 and 30, 2014 is nearing capacity and will likely result in some registrants being placed on a waiting list, said the agency.
Due to space limitations, attendance will be limited to no more than the first 3 registered representatives per organization/business unit. “We apologize for any inconvenience, and we will do absolutely everything that we can to accommodate as many people as possible, ‘ said IARPA
The inaugural IARPA Day will provide an unprecedented look at the breadth and depth of IARPA’s research through briefings, discussions and demonstrations about many of IARPA’s programs, including:
- The Aggregative Contingent Estimation (ACE) program, which seeks to improve forecasting of world events through the wisdom of crowds,
- The Trusted Integrated Chips (TIC) program, which addresses supply-chain security and intellectual property with a new chip-fabrication approach, and
- The Strengthening Human Adaptive Reasoning and Problem-solving (SHARP) program, which explores ways to enhance analysts’ ability to reason though complex and ambiguous problems, and
- The Babel program, which is creating technology to provide robust search tools for human speech in any language in the world.
IARPA Day will allow attendees the opportunity to speak directly with IARPA leadership and IARPA’s subject matter experts (the program managers) about their work and experiences, as well as discuss career opportunities at IARPA.
For more information, see the FedBizOpps announcement or the registration website.