The Northrop Grumman Collaboration Space is designed to create and support collaborative research and innovation at the University of Maryland.
We live in an era of constant scientific discovery and technological change, and this space will allow us to accelerate the creation of future technology by exploring and conducting research together in a collaborative setting.
The mission of the Northrop Grumman Collaboration Space is to encourage innovation and creativity by providing opportunities where new ideas can be explored, developed and refined independently--thereby leading to a culture where innovation is a way of doing business.
DATE: Thursday, April 25, 5-7 p.m.
LOCATION: Northrop Grumman Collaboration Space, Herb Rabin Technology Advancement Building, Suite 2110, 4467 Technology Drive, College Park, MD 20742
Learn about a spectrum of innovative technologies that are developed under Northrop Grumman's Independent Research and Development programs at an exclusive showcase for UMD faculty and students, including: an Air Superiority 2030 VR/AR Demonstrator; a Virtual Reality Toolbox; a Computational Imaging Scheme; and Additive Manufacturing. Network with Northrop Grumman engineers, scientists, and business leaders throughout the showcase. Food and beverages will be served!REGISTER TO ATTEND
Learn how you can combine cybersecurity topics such as big data analytics, insider threat detection, and network security monitoring with machine learning algorithms for clustering, classification, and regression analysis to defend against tomorrow’s cyber threats. Gain valuable insights from Northrop Grumman engineers, who mentor teams in the challenge. Total prizes of $5,000 are available to winning teams. The challenge is open to undergraduate student teams.
Learn about the state-of-the-art pattern recognition, machine learning, multi-frame image recognition, and optical character matching technologies used to rapidly recognize certain objects in a video frame. Gain valuable insights from Northrop Grumman engineers, who mentor teams in the challenge. Total prizes of $5,000 are available to winning teams. The challenge is open to all-undergraduate and all-graduate student teams.
Learn about state-of-the-art sensing technology used in autonomous vehicles to search and locate, avoid obstacles and measure speed. Gain valuable insights from Northrop Grumman engineers, who mentor teams in the challenge.
Room 2110, Technology Advancement Program (TAP) Building
387 Technology Drive, College Park, MD 20740
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