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Speakers

Philip Johnson

Sandia Labs

Venkatesh Akella

UC Davis

Sebastian Eckl

Hensoldt

John Shackleton

Adventium Labs

Olivier Engelkes

HENSOLDT Cyber GmbH

Ian Crone

OUSD

Sukarno Mertoguno

Georgia Tech

Sean Peisert

Berkeley Lab and UC Davis

Valerio Senni

Collins

Dariusz Mikulski

US Army DEVCOM GVSC

Michael Doran

DornerWorks

Brian Uhlhorn

Peter Sewell

Cambridge University

Robert Watson

Cambridge University

Keith Rebello

DARPA MTO

Joseph "Dan" Trujillo

AFRL/RVSW

Tom Barnett

US Army DEVCOM AvMC

Brad Martin

DARPA

Sarah Muccio

Air Force Research Laboratory

Kathleen Fisher

DARPA I20

Hui Lu

Assistant Professor, Binghamton University

Jason Li

Siege Technologies

Patrick Hurley

Griffiss Institute

June Andronick

Proofcraft, seL4 Foundation, and UNSW

Gabreila Ciocarlie

CymanII and UTSA

John Hatcliff

Professor, Kansas State University

Dr. Robby

Kansas State University

Eric Smith

Kestrel Institute / Kestrel Technology

Zhiqiang Lin

Ohio State University

Daniel Limbrick

North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University

Jian Huang

Professor, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Paul Ratazzi

Air Force Research Laboratory

Nicholas Evancich

Trusted Science & Technology

Sascha Kegreiss

HENSOLDT Cyber GmbH

Jason Sebranek

Cog Systems, Inc.

Todd Carpenter

Adventium Labs

Axel Heider

HENSOLDT Cyber GmbH

Douglas Schafer

Cohere Technologies

Kevin Hamlen

Professor, University of Texas at Dallas

Renato Levy

Intelligent Automation, Inc.

Gernot Heiser

Chairman, seL4 Foundation and Scientia Professor, UNSW Sydney

Greg Shannon

Idaho National Laboratory

Noah Evans

Sandia Labs

Leonard Elliot

TARDEC

Ryan Craven

Office of Naval Research (ONR)

Ray Richards

Leidos

Lok Yan

DARPA MTO

Sebastian Eckl

Hensoldt

Hosted by

Griffiss Institute

The Griffiss Institute (GI) is a nonprofit STEM talent and technology accelerator for the United States Department of Defense and an international network of academic, government and industry partners. Since 2002, the GI has served the Air Force Research Laboratory Information Directorate (AFRL/RI), the Mohawk Valley region, and the United States, empowering diverse teams with talent and technology development programs that lead the nation in technical and economic impact. Devoted to converging teams and technologies to solve complex national challenges, the GI is proud to enable its international network from its home at Innovare Advancement Center in New York’s picturesque Mohawk Valley.

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