June 9, 2020

Carnegie Live: high energy density science and AI (VIDEO)

Carnegie Live

In this Carnegie Live video, Seiichi Shimasaki, Science Counselor for the Japanese embassy in the U.S., described a multiyear science research program (nicknamed the “Moonshot”) to develop new technologies that help solve some of society’s most pressing challenges. He explained that the Government of Japan was looking for a data science program to mentor young scientists, which led to the students’ participation in this year’s DSSI session. He referred to the DSSI as “a unique and prominent program,” noting the importance of collaboration with U.S. national laboratories’ expertise. Additionally, Patricia Falcone, LLNL’s Deputy Director for Science and Technology, spoke about strategic partnerships between international organizations with “shared values that are allied and purposeful.” Watch on YouTube.