SUNY & AFRL Information Directorate (RI) Educational Partnership
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SUNY and the Air Force Research Laboratory Information Directorate (AFRL/RI) are working together to develop game-changing technologies with potential to enhance national security and domestic competitiveness and accelerate these technologies to application. This partnership encompasses talent development, research, innovation, entrepreneurship, and commercialization in areas of shared strategic interest that including, but not limited to, applications of artificial intelligence (Al) and quantum information science and engineering (QISE).
About AFRL Information Directorate:
The Information Directorate is the Air Force's and nation's premier research organization for Command, Control, Communications, Computers, and Intelligence (C4I) and Cyber technologies. The directorate explores, prototypes, and demonstrates high-impact, affordable and game-changing technologies. These technologies transform data into information and subsequently knowledge for decision-makers to command and control forces. This knowledge gives our air, space and cyberspace forces the competitive advantage needed to protect and defend the nations.
Our Mission: To explore, prototype and demonstrate high-impact, game-changing technologies that enable the Air Force and Nation to maintain its superior technical advantage.
Air Force: AFOSR awards 17 quantum research grants (12/29/2020)
Rome Sentinel: Innovare Center to host series on artificial intelligence (10/9/2020)
Air Force Materiel Command: Air Force Partners with academia, industry to host three-part Trusted AI Challenge series (10/8/2020)
Wright-Patterson AFB: Air Force Partners with academia, industry to host three-part Trusted AI Challenge series (10/8/2020)
Rome Sentinel: Fresh look for new high-tech center at Griffiss (9/24/2020)
Air Force: Air Force, Navy accelerate quantum research with international virtual event (9/12/2020)
The Quantum Daily: Innovare Advancement Center Announces 18 Teams Qualified for $1 Million in Basic Research Funding Awards from the ‘Million Dollar International Quantum U Tech Accelerator’ (9/8/2020)
Rome Sentinel: Pitches bounce in from across globe in ‘new battleground of physics’ (9/5/2020)
Observer-Dispatch: New quantum computing center in Rome celebrates opening (9/4/2020)
For more news, please visit: https://www.innovare.org/innovare-news
- 2018 Quantum Science and Engineering Workshop
- 2019 International Quantum Information Science Workshop
- AFRL/RI Overview with Col. Lawrence
- SUNY and AFRL (RI) Partnership webinar
- June 19, 2020: How to Engage with the AFRL Research Ecosystem
- Jacquie Spano, Program Manager, 518-434-7046