2015 NAE Annual Meeting

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October
04
2015
to
October
05
2015
2101 Constitution Ave., NW Washington, DC
Schedule
Sunday, Oct 04, 2015
  • 10:00 AM To 04:00 PM
    Registration
    NAS 120
  • 10:30 AM To 11:45 AM
    Brunch
    West Lawn
  • 10:30 AM To 11:45 AM
    Estate Planning Seminar with brunch
    Members' Room
  • 12:00 PM To 01:30 PM
    Public Program
    Auditorium
  • 02:00 PM To 03:30 PM
    Awards Program
    Auditorium
  • 04:00 PM To 05:30 PM
    Plenary Speakers: Addressing the Grand Challenges
    Auditorium
  • 05:30 PM To 06:00 PM
    Engineering for You 2 (E4U2): Grand Challenges Video Awards Presentation
    Auditorium
  • 06:00 PM To 07:30 PM
    Reception
    West Lawn
  • 06:30 PM To 09:00 PM
    Reception and Dinner for the Golden Bridge Society (by invitation)
Monday, Oct 05, 2015
  • 07:00 AM To 02:00 PM
    Registration
    NAS 120
  • 07:00 AM To 08:30 AM
    Continental Breakfast
    Great Hall
  • 07:01 AM To 08:30 AM
    Foreign Secretary Breakfast (by invitation)
    Members' Room
  • 07:01 AM To 08:30 AM
    Home Secretary Breakfast (by invitation)
    Room 125
  • 08:30 AM To 09:30 AM
    NAE Business Session (Members only)
    Auditorium
  • 09:30 AM To 12:30 PM
    Forum: NAE Grand Challenges for Engineering: Imperatives, Prospects, and Priorities
    Auditorium
  • 12:30 PM To 01:30 PM
    Lunch
    West Lawn
  • 12:45 PM To 01:30 PM
    Testifying Before Congress: A Tutorial (lunch provided, Room 125)
  • 02:00 PM To 05:00 PM
    Section Meetings
    Located in both National Academy of Sciences Building and Keck
  • 06:30 PM To 07:30 PM
    Reception
    JW Marriott
  • 07:30 PM To 12:00 AM
    Dinner and Dancing
    JW Marriott
Speakers
  • Dr. Calestous Juma
    Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University

    Calestous Juma is a professor of the practice of international development and director of the Science, Technology, and Globalization Project at Harvard University’s Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, where he also directs Agricultural Innovation Policy in Africa and Health Innovation Policy in Africa projects, funded by ...

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  • Dr. Thomas C. Katsouleas
    Executive Vice President and Provost, University of Virginia

    Thomas C. Katsouleas is executive vice president and provost of the University of Virginia and was most recently the dean of Duke University’s Pratt School of Engineering from 2008 to 2015. He is also the Robert C. Taylor Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Professor of Physics at the University of Virginia.

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  • Dr. Jackie Y. Ying
    Institute of Bioengineering and Nanotechnology

    Jackie Y. Ying received her BE and PhD from the Cooper Union and Princeton University, respectively. She joined the MIT faculty in 1992, where she was a professor of chemical engineering until 2005. She has served as the founding executive director of the Institute of Bioengineering and Nanotechnology in Singapore since 2003. For her research on ...

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  • Thomas C. Katsouleas
    University of Virginia | Pratt School of Engineering, Duke University

    Thomas Katsouleas is executive vice president and provost of the University of Virginia and was most recently the dean of Duke University’s Pratt School of Engineering from 2008 to 2015. He is also the Robert C. Taylor Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Professor of Physics at the University of Virginia.

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  • Dr. Dawn C. Meyerriecks
    Central Intelligence Agency

    Dawn C. Meyerriecks was appointed Deputy Director for Science and Technology effective June 17, 2013. Prior to this appointment, she served as the Assistant Director of National Intelligence for Acquisition, Technology & Facilities since 2009. In this role, she explored and delivered complex technologies underpinning national missions.

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At-a-Glance

The theme for the 2015 Annual Meeting is the Grand Challenges for Engineering.

On Sunday afternoon, after induction of the Class of 2015 and the Awards Program, two plenary speakers will address particular challenges – Engineer Better Medicine and Cyber Security – and a third will talk about the success of the Grand Challenge Scholars Program

On Monday, the Forum will feature panelists who have been engaged with the project since its inception in a moderated discussion of the Challenges today – their relevance, advancement, and future.

The session will include Q&A with audience participation, providing opportunities for you to share your perspectives on the value of the Grand Challenges to engineering, education, and the world.

 

Featured Speeches
  • C. D.  Mote, Jr. C. D. Mote, Jr.
    Date
    October 4, 2015
    I am honored to welcome all our members, foreign members, special friends, and guests to this 51st annual meeting of the National Academy of Engineering. I offer my warmest welcome to our newly elected members and foreign members and assure you that this induction day will be one that you will remember. And a special welcome is extended to all our spouses who have put up with us so graciously and make our work at the Academy possible.
    Speaker: C. D. Mote, Jr. (President, National Academy of Engineering)
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