Skip to content


The Defense track features leaders, practitioners and innovators from Industry and Government sharing their perspectives on researching, developing and applying science and technology for quantitative decision making in defense (military, homeland security, etc.) areas. Managing data as a strategic asset while highlighting the criticality of analytics (data, algorithms and models) to build and maintain information advantage to create decision dominance on the battlefield (land, air, sea, space, etc.), at the border, and across the digital domain.

Neuro-symbolic Learning with Large Foundation Models
Speaker: Susmit Jha, Director, Neuro-symbolic Computing and Intelligence at SRI International


Standing Up A Space Force Business Analytics Capability
Speaker: Andy Burrow, Corporate Operations Research Analyst at LinQuest
U.S.-Mexico Border: Strategic Security Measure Allocation for Better Surveillance and Safety
Speaker: Eva Lee, Director and Chief Scientist at The Data and Analytics Innovation Institute
Operationalizing the Army, Data Mesh, and Artificial Intelligence

Speaker: Young Bang, Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army for Acquisition, Logistics and Technology (ALT) at U.S. Army