Updated: Nov 19, 2020
Technology Update for U.S. Representative Joe Neguse's staff:
Thursday, Nov. 19, 2020
Zoom webinar 10:30 - 11:15 am
WATCH VIDEO ON-DEMAND (presentation slides will be uploaded soon)
You're invited to watch a flash presentation on three realms of high tech research from the CO-LABS network: we are updating U.S. Rep. Joe Neguse's staff on activities including quantum computing, CRADAs in 5G and digital communication and transit electrification!
This meeting is in response to Rep. Neguse's interest in federally funded scientific research happening in his District. His staff is working on new policy and legislation for 2021 and your work can be crucial in shaping their brainstorming on what's possible and what's necessary. CO-LABS is arranging these meetings as part of our mission to nurture and connect the federal scientific research ecosystem in Colorado. The focus and first priority for questions is Rep. Neguse's staff.
This will be recorded, made available on-demand and open for all to watch.
With three high-level updates, you'll see the latest on
The National Science Foundation funded ASPIRE Center — Advancing Sustainability through Powered Infrastructure for Roadway Electrification
The federal research and private sector partnerships shaping 5G and digital broadband development at the National Telecommunications and Information Administration's Institute for Telecommunication Sciences.
The Q-SEnSE institute at CU Boulder where advanced quantum research is designing tools for a national infrastructure in quantum sensing, and training a quantum-savvy workforce for today and tomorrow.
Our Bright Flash Updates! are quick overviews of world-class research in Colorado meant to prompt relevant connections among the CO-LABS network of science enthusiasts.