2017 National Academy of Engineering Annual Meeting

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October
08
2017
to
October
09
2017
November 10, 2017 AT 02:32 PM
2101 Constitution Ave., NW, Washington, DC
Schedule
Sunday, Oct 08, 2017
  • 10:00 AM To 04:00 PM
    Registration
  • 11:00 AM To 12:15 PM
    Estate Planning Seminar with Brunch
  • 11:00 AM To 12:15 PM
    Brunch
  • 12:30 PM To 05:30 PM
    Public Program
  • 04:00 PM To 05:30 PM
    Plenary Speakers
  • 05:30 PM To 07:00 PM
    Reception
  • 06:00 PM To 08:30 PM
    Golden Bridge Society Reception and Dinner [offsite, by invitation]
Monday, Oct 09, 2017
  • 07:00 AM To 08:30 AM
    Continental Breakfast
    Great Hall
  • 07:00 AM To 02:00 PM
    Registration
  • 07:01 AM To 08:30 AM
    Home Secretary Breakfast [by invitation]
    Lecture Room
  • 07:01 AM To 08:30 AM
    Foreign Secretary Breakfast [by invitation]
    Members' Room
  • 08:30 AM To 09:30 AM
    NAE Business Session [members only]
  • 09:30 AM To 12:30 PM
    Forum: Autonomy on Land and Sea and in the Air and Space
  • 12:30 PM To 01:30 PM
    Lunch
  • 02:00 PM To 05:00 PM
    Section Meetings
    NAS Building and Keck Center
  • 06:30 PM To 06:30 PM
    Reception
    JW Marriott Hotel
  • 07:30 PM To 12:00 AM
    Dinner and Dancing
    JW Marriott Hotel
Speakers
  • Claire Tomlin
    Charles A. Desoer Chair, College of Engineering, University of California, Berkeley

    Claire Tomlin is a professor of electrical engineering and computer sciences at the University of California at Berkeley, where she holds the Charles A. Desoer Chair in Engineering. She was assistant, associate, and full professor at Stanford (1998–2007) and joined Berkeley in 2005. She has been an affiliate at Lawrence Berkeley National ...

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  • MiMi Aung
    Deputy Division Manager, Autonomous Systems, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory

    MiMi Aung is a project manager at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in Pasadena, where she is leading the project to develop a Mars helicopter technology demonstration. Since joining JPL in 1990 she has performed various roles in multiple disciplines on space flight and Deep Space Network (DSN) projects, technology development, and line ...

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  • Cindy Sterling, ChFC & RL
    Sterling Financial Planning
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  • Dr. C. D. Mote, Jr.
    President, National Academy of Engineering

    C. D. Mote, Jr. is president of the National Academy of Engineering and Regents’ Professor on leave from the University of Maryland, College Park.

    Dr. Mote is a native Californian who earned his BS, MS, and PhD degrees at the University of California, Berkeley in mechanical engineering between 1959 and 1963. After a postdoctoral year in ...

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  • Christopher King
    Executive Director of the Office of Congressional and Government Affairs
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At-a-Glance

The 2017 National Academy of Engineering Annual Meeting was held October 8-9, 2017 at the National Academy of Sciences Building. The theme of this year’s meeting was Autonomy on Land and Sea and in the Air and Space. Many wonderful photos were taken during the meeting and can be viewed and purchased here.

***Watch the webcast from October 8-10, 2017***

 

Stay Informed

The meeting will feature two plenary lectures on October 8, followed by a forum panel on October 9. The plenary lecturers will highlight engineering research and innovation in two distinct areas of the theme: “Autonomy and Ethics” presented by Patrick Lin of California Polytechnic State University, and “Autonomy and Artificial Intelligence” presented by Joichi Ito of MIT Media Lab .

During the panel, four presenters will discuss the advances of autonomous technologies in the air, at sea, on land, and in space. Claire Tomlin of UC Berkeley’s Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences, Jim Bellingham of the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Raj Rajkumar of Carnegie Mellon University, and MiMi Aung of NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory will address developments in autonomous technologies used in unmanned aircraft and space exploration systems, autonomous ships, and self-driving cars.

The Annual Meeting audience will include academy members and new inductees, members of the science and engineering policy communities, educators, students, news media, family, friends, and the general public. A live webcast of the event will be available to the public on the NAE website. We hope that the presentations will inspire our audience and motivate engineering contributions needed to meet these autonomy challenges.

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