Panel: National Labs and the GEOINT Mission

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Originally Aired - Tuesday, May 23 1:30 PM - 2:15 PM

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Location: Booth 114

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Title: Panel: National Labs and the GEOINT Mission


Since the Manhattan Project in the 1940s, DOE National Laboratories have had an outsized impact on national security by accelerating science into operations working with the IC and mission partners across the world. With initiatives that encompass AI, high performance computing, and big data solutions as well as the physical components necessary to deliver secure, resilient, efficient, and sustainable capabilities, the National Labs are leading the way in solving once intractable problems. Doors that were once thought to be permanently closed are now being opened. Join this panel of DOE leaders and scientists as they discuss the labs’ contributions to accelerate innovations in science and engineering into national security solutions and forecast their continued impact on the GEOINT mission and beyond.

Moderator:  Courtney Albon, Space and Emerging Technology Reporter, C4ISRNet


  • Adam Attarian, Ph.D., Senior Data Scientist, Applied AI Systems Group, Pacific Northwest National Lab
  • Amy Rose, Ph.D., Senior Scientist in Human Dynamics, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
  • Prabal Nandy, Chief Engineer, Space Mission Program, Sandia National Laboratories

Type: Panel Discussion


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