In what will rate as one of the more arresting pop-up exhibits that you are likely to encounter, each of the six of DARPA technical offices has assembled a showcase of research across a broad spectrum of science and engineering disciplines. Interactive videos, computer simulations, informative posters, physical artifacts, and informed DARPA curators will offer a portrait of DARPA R&D, including historical wins to prospective game changers. Natural language processing, self-driving cars, cyber security, "mosaic warfare," the world's smallest computer, the first chip-scale LIDAR, new pathways to trusted and assured electronics, hypersonic vehicles, and massive new space systems are just some of the topics exhibit goers will enjoy. Check under each office below for more information on what you can expect at this one-of-a-kind view on DARPA R&D.
Epigenetic Characterization and Observation (ECHO)
Persistent Aquatic Living Sensors (PALS)
Materials and Manufacturing
Tactical Advanced Power
History of Semiconductors through Gaming
Wide Area Undersea Communications Through Intelligent Mobile Networks
Centralized Command of Commercialized Drones (C3D)
Operational Fires (OpFIres)
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