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Tuesday, May 28--Are you intrigued by supersymmetry, string theory, and other cutting edge physics concepts? National Medal of Science awardee and presidential advisor Sylvester James (Jim) Gates, Jr. '73, Ph.D. '77 returns to speak at a dinner meeting at the China Garden restaurant in Arlington; this time his talk will be on Supersymmetry and the Quincunx Nexus. Registration is closed.
Wednesday, June 12--The new DARPA Director, Arati Prabhakar, will speak at our Annual Meeting, which will be held at the Army Navy Country Club in Arlington. Registration is open through June 3, unless the event fills up sooner.
The events listed below will graduate to the "Event Highlights" section above when details are finalized and registration opens.
The following events are in the works and will graduate to the "Save the Date" section as soon as we have a date for the event.
Tulips were in peak bloom at the Partners & Patrons Appreciation Evening at the Royal Netherlands Embassy on 4/25/13.
Photo courtesy of Hershel Lipow.
View Paul Eremeko's 3/12/13 Seminar Series presentation, Adaptive Make: Radical Advances in System Design & Manufacturing (PPT).
View Catherine Spong's 1/22/13 presentation, Making Healthy Babies: Advances in Newborn Health (PDF).
We don't have permission to post David Kaiser's slides from his 1/16/13 presentation on the Higgs boson, but he has written a few short, accessible pieces about much of the material covered by his talk that he thought we would enjoy reading:
View Tom Kurfess' 1/15/12 Seminar Series presentation, What Can Governments Do To Promote Advanced Manufacturing? (PDF).
View Rodney Brooks' 12/11/12 Seminar Series presentation, A New Class of Industrial Robot (PDF).
View Harry Hertz's 12/5/12 presentation, The Challenge of Being Outstanding: A Look Back and Ahead after 25 Years of Guiding Organizational Excellence (PDF).
View MIT Professor Olivier de Weck's 11/13/12 Seminar Series presentation, Production in the Innovation Economy (PIE) (PDF).
View Dr. Gregory Tassey's 10/10/12 Seminar Series presentation, What is Wrong with U.S. Manufacturing? (PDF).
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