Events

Presentation by Dr. Jason Matheny, Director of IARPA

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Location: Jordan Hall of Science Reading Room (ground level, southwest corner)

On Friday, April 7, 2017, Dr. Jason Matheny, the Director of the Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity (IARPA), will provide an overview of IARPA and its research mission within the Intelligence Community.  

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IARPA has funded hundreds of research projects in academia, industry, and FFRDCs, in areas as diverse as machine learning, human judgment, neuroscience, epidemiology, linguistics, cybersecurity, counterproliferation, and high-performance computing. This talk will summarize what has been learned in the first 10 years of IARPA’s research, its plans for future research, and potential funding opportunities for the research community.


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Dr. Jason Mathey’s Bio:

Dr. Jason Matheny became IARPA’s director in 2015, after serving as a program manager, associate office director, and office director. Before IARPA, he worked at Oxford University, the World Bank, the Applied Physics Laboratory, the Center for Biosecurity and Princeton University, and is the co-founder of two biotechnology companies. His research has been published in Nature, Nature Biotechnology, Biosecurity and Bioterrorism, Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics, Risk Analysis, Tissue Engineering and the World Health Organization’s Disease Control Priorities, among others. His research has been profiled in the New York Times’ annual “Ideas of the Year,” Discover Magazine’s “Top Science Stories of the Year,” as well as NOVA, Scientific American and the Economist. Dr. Matheny holds a doctorate in applied economics from Johns Hopkins, a master’s in public health from Johns Hopkins, a master’s in business administration from Duke and a bachelor’s from the University of Chicago. He received the Intelligence Community’s Award for Individual Achievement in Science and Technology.

Originally published at conductorshare.nd.edu.