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MIT Professional Education: Nano 2021: Applications for Transforming Your Industry

State-of-the-art advancements in nanoscience are revolutionizing industries. Deepen your understanding of the nanoscale—and discover how it can transform your organization in our free upcoming webinar.

In this live virtual one-hour session, Associate Director of MIT.nano, Brian Anthony, will provide:

  • An overview of nanoscience—and why it’s consequential for your organization
  • Examples of groundbreaking nanotechnology applications across several industries, including transportation, energy, and healthcare 
  • Predictions for the future of the nanoscale 
Wed, May 12, 2021
Webinar: MIT Startup Exchange

The STEX25 Showcase features some of the most promising and industry-ready startups from across MIT. These startups are all part of STEX25, an accelerator run by MIT Startup Exchange, an integrated program of MIT Corporate Relations. This is a must-attend event for executives at industry-leading corporations, especially those who work in innovation, emerging technology, corporate venture capital, and/or corporate development & strategy. The format is fast paced, exposing attendees to a broad cross selection of technologies and use cases applicable to many different companies and industries globally. These will include AI, IIoT, advanced manufacturing, fintech, energy and life science and advanced materials, highlighting the increased focus on sustainability, supply chains and security, to address and solve some of the pressing problems of today and tomorrow in collaboration with industry

Tue, May 18, 2021
MIT Professional Education: Nano 2021: Applications for Transforming Your Industry

With increasing emphasis on digital transformation and supply chain agility, many organizations are turning to additive manufacturing (AM) across the product life cycle - including for production and on-demand repair applications.  Additive manufacturing of metals and other advanced materials is growing rapidly, and is being adopted across the globe.

Interested in learning more? Join MIT Professor of Mechanical Engineering, John Hart, for this one-hour webinar, where you’ll:

  • Discover how AM of metals is driving innovation, from materials design to the factory floor.
  • Learn key considerations when selecting an AM process for metals, including quality, cost, and throughput.
  • Identify applications of AM in aviation, medical, tooling, and other industries.
  • Learn how computational design and can accelerate new innovations using AM.
Wed, May 19, 2021
Webinar: 2021 MIT Sustainability Japan

In October 2020, Prime Minister Suga declared that by 2050, Japan will be carbon-free. Attaining Japan’s sustainable future will depend on making many critical decisions: Which technological innovations are the most important for a more sustainable materials, energy, and environmental sector? What elements of policy and regulation are crucial to the success of a sustainable future? Which is better equipped to implement these policies: government or industry? What is the business of sustainability - when does it make sense to implement these policies, when does it not, and how can you / should you make a profit from sustainability programs?

This special two-part webinar series for Japanese ILP members will explore how MIT and its community of researchers and startups companies are leading the way in sustainability research. Also joining us during these webinars will be special guests, Japanese ILP members MITSUI MINING & SMELTING CO., LTD. and Ajinomoto Inc., who will share insights from their corporate sustainability programs. This webinar will be broadcast in the Japanese language, and will feature live Q&A with our faculty and Japanese corporate speakers.

May 20 - 21, 2021
Webinar: Frontiers of AI/ML: MIT’s Quest for Intelligence

Businesses are integrating Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning into every facet of their work, and both customers and companies have come to expect its benefits.  But we are far from realizing AI and ML’s potential in many business settings.  An understanding of what is possible, and what is still over the horizon, is essential to understanding how businesses can maximize the value of AI and ML.

The MIT Quest for Intelligence, with MIT Corporate Relations and the MIT Industrial Liaison Program, invite you to hear from MIT researchers at the leading edge of Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence.

May 25 - 27, 2021
Webinar: MIT Lincoln Laboratory Technology

In 2021, MIT Lincoln Laboratory is celebrating its 70th year of operation as a Federally Funded Research and Development Center and its 50th year of support to the Federal Aviation Administration. The Laboratory has developed and transitioned a range of technologies to industry to improve aviation safety and efficiency in areas including aircraft surveillance, collision avoidance, weather sensing and forecasting, traffic management, and logistics optimization. Recent thrusts have been focusing on safely increasing autonomy, developing innovative AI/machine learning capabilities, and enabling growth in unmanned aircraft operations.

In this webinar, we will engage with several researchers from Lincoln Laboratory who will provide an outline of recent advances in air traffic control technology and some of the key challenges and opportunities for the future.

Tue, June 1, 2021