April 25, 2014

Colloquium Speaker: Ignition Grants Winners


The principal investigators of the 10 top-voted ideas are listed below by ignition challenge:

Asymmetric Swarming Threats: Engagement
Autonomous Herding for Non-Lethal Area Denial in Uncertain Environments
Galen Mullins

Asymmetric Swarming Threats: Detect, Track, ID
T
errain-aided passive acoustic tracking of fast-attack craft
Reid McCargar

Global S&T Situational Awareness: Explore New Technology for Sponsors
Low-cost, flexible energy harvesters for unattended systems
Michael Jin

INS-Next: Atom Interferometry Gyroscopes for Flight Systems
Brandi Rollins

Global S&T Situational Awareness: Explore New Technology for APL Operations
Build a prototype cheap desktop distributed supercomputer
Dan Magorian

Critical Knowledge Sharing
Assessing Environmental Impacts on Sensor and System Performance
Thomas Hanley

Crash Courses on Android
Jamison Adcock

Arduino Course
Tara Echlin

APL Coursera
Jeffrey Boye

Practical Machine Learning in MATLAB
Christopher Ratto




Colloquium Topic: Ignition Grants Fall 2013 Edition

The Ignition Grants Fall 2013 Edition winners shared their accomplishments with demos, presentations, and Q&A in the Central Spark.