S&ET Division Executive Breakfast
10/23/2018 8:00 am
2101 Wilson Boulevard, Suite 700
Arlington,  VA  22201
Event Type : Breakfast
Event Code : 972A
The Science & Engineering Technology (S&ET) Division's Executive Breakfast Series provides a forum for government, industry and academic collaboration related to science and engineering technology advancements in the defense arena.
Join us in October for remarks from long-time national security innovation leader Adam Jay Harrison, Command Innovation Officer of the United States Army Futures Command and John R. Boyd National Security Innovation Fellow at NYU.
Among the bold innovations taking place with the new Army Futures Command is the establishment of the Army Applications Lab. As the Army’s proponent for disruptive innovation, the lab is focused on accelerating the translation of emerging technologies from academia, industry, and the startup community to new Army capabilities. Mr. Harrison will provide insight into the Lab activities and how industry can best engage with the new Command.
Mr. Harrison's full biography can be read here.
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