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Research Events

Upcoming conferences, workshops, seminars, events or other funding related dates.

- Virtual
Faculty, Graduate Students, Postdocs

Now more than ever, technical expertise is needed in AI governance and policy. In this live chat, hear from three current AAAS STPF AI fellows who will share the journey as a fellow and how the fellowship has impacted their careers. They’ll offer advice on how your experience intersects with policy interests. This live chat serves to deepen your understanding of the fellowship experience and support your application. This will be followed by a Q&A. Candidates may come from a range of career stages, degree levels, and experience (PhD, MS/ME/M.Eng+3 years, BS+5 years). Applicants who are new to STPF, as well as STPF alumni and current fellows who are not already committed to a 2024-2025 placement, are eligible. While government experience is not required, previous engagement with political, social and regulatory challenges is particularly welcome.  Join us to learn more about the experience from our 2023-2024 AI fellows.

- Seattle, WA
Faculty

Join representatives from NOAA and other DOC bureaus at this free workshop, designed to aid in developing your wealth of knowledge associated with federal financial assistance. Current grant recipients, and individuals and organizations interested in obtaining a federal grant or cooperative agreement, are invited to attend. (The third day will be a closed session for Federal Program Officers only). Both sessions will have the same information. Please the link for further information on the workshop topics and agenda. Description and Agenda

- Virtual
Faculty, Graduate Students, Postdocs

In this session, we'll cover the basics around what Deep Learning is, look at how it fits within the AI/ML universe, dive into neural networks (including CNNs, LSTMs, and GANs), and walk through a typical Deep Learning project lifecycle. We'll cap the session with a 20-minute rapid mini-workshop via Jupyter Notebook where we'll use an example dataset (CIFAR-10) to train and evaluate a neural network model using Keras.

- University of Oklahoma campus
Faculty

The University of Oklahoma will host DEPSCoR DAY, a full-day workshop. During the event, program officers from the Department of Defense (DoD) will provide insights into funding opportunities offered through the DoD Established Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (DEPSCoR) and other relevant DoD research programs. The workshop will be in the National Weather Center, located on the University of Oklahoma's Norman campus. The Oklahoma Aerospace and Defense Innovation Institute is a financial sponsor. There is no cost or required resident status to attend but registration is required at https://epscor.ou.edu/.

- MU Horizon Room
Faculty, Graduate Students, Postdocs

This year's cohort of Research Advancement Academy Fellows will present 3-minute pitch presentations followed by a Q&A. Opening remarks by President Jayathi Murthy, closing remarks by VPRI, Irem Tumer. The closes out with a hosted celebration honoring the Fellows. Current class of RAA fellows can be found here.