How deep tech impacts extraterrestrial research

By April 26, 2021 May 2nd, 2022 Uncategorized

Looking for a significant sign? Well, here is an article about our next speakers at Codiax who might change your life, or at least the way you look at certain things… or planets.

Technology is everywhere. We are living the days when scientific discoveries and meaningful engineering innovation happen faster than we could ever imagine. Deep tech companies around the world bring their technical expertise, business knowledge & intelligence and other resources to the table, solving most of our problems. Media is even talking about Moon travelling and scientists are researching ways to live on Mars.

All of these sound super interesting, and of course you’ll get to know more if you purchase your ticket to Codiax now!

Since we have your full attention, it’s time to present you some of our speakers, starting with Dr. Laura Kerber!

Laura Kerberis a research scientist at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory with interests in physical volcanology, aeolian geomorphology, wind over complex surfaces, the ancient Martian climate, the role of sulfur in planetary atmospheres, and extraterrestrial cave environments. Laura holds two Master Degrees in Geology and Engineering (Fluid Mechanics), and a PhD in Geology from Brown University. She enjoys combining remote sensing, field work and modeling, and working on the interface between the surface geology and the atmosphere. She is the Deputy Project Scientist of Mars Odyssey and the Principal Investigator of a Discovery mission concept called Moon Diver, which aims to send an extreme terrain rover to explore deep caverns on the Moon in order to understand the Solar System’s largest volcanic eruptions. How cool is that, right?

Talking about talent, expertise and professionalism, here is another speaker we would love to introduce to you: Tony Beltramelli — co-founder and CEO of Uizard, our first speaker of this edition shortlisted in Forbes 30 under 30! Tony works at the intersection of machine learning, design and software engineering. His research interests include Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Neural Networks.

Uizard is a startup developing AI-powered tools to transform the way people design software. Tony’s research work on applications of deep learning has been recognized globally and featured in international media such as WIRED, Forbes, The Huffington Post, TechCrunch and The Next Web.

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