Earth Energy Monitoring System

Learn about a paramount technology that will analyze the earth’s real time energy flows to predict trends in catastrophic storms, droughts, and critical weather patterns

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EARTH ENERGY MONITORING SYSTEM

Learn about a paramount technology that will analyze the earth’s real time energy flows to predict trends in catastrophic storms, droughts, and critical weather patterns

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FUTURE IN REVIEW SPEAKER SERIES

Join us for an evening with Nathanael Miller of NASA Langley Research Center to learn about the new FiRe initiative, Earth Energy Monitoring System (E2MS).

The Future in Review Speaker Series is a quarterly event hosted by Impact Hub in partnership with Strategic News Service and USTAR.  Each event will spotlight a leading tech innovator.

SNS programs director Sharon Anderson Morris, will introduce Miller in a freestyle interview format. The evening concludes with a question and answer session with the audience.

SPEAKER: NATHANAEL MILLER

Nathanael Miller has worked as an aerospace engineer in the Engineering Directorate at NASA Langley Research Center for the past 10 years. Over his time with NASA, he has designed and integrated test platforms for scientific instruments and technology development missions. With a background in mechatronics, Nathanael has developed ground-based robotic platforms, unmanned aerial vehicles, and suborbital space systems which have supported a range of applications, including inflatable planetary entry systems, Mars surface sensors, and aviation safety research.

Since 2012, Nathanael has worked to extend the Langley Research Center’s capability to utilize small satellites, CubeSats, hosted-payloads, and other low-cost, space-based platforms for science and research purposes. To this end, he currently leads Lab77, a Langley team that develops small satellite missions that apply new technologies to existing Agency needs, including atmospheric sciences, in-space assembly, aviation safety, advanced materials, and new remote-sensing technologies.

In 2015, Nathanael joined the advisory boards of the Graphene Stakeholder Assn. and Coventry Computer Inc., and he is a member of the AIAA Space Systems Technical Committee.  Since 2010, he has led the Maieutic Parataxis session at the Congress on the Future of Engineering Software (COFES), which brings a fresh look at new technologies to influence the engineering tools industry.  He has served as an advisory board member for the Frank Batten College of Engineering, Old Dominion University, and as a mentor of a number of middle- and high-school robotic teams.

Nathanael holds Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees in mechanical engineering and electrical engineering from Old Dominion University.  In his off hours, he is an artist currently interested in exploring sculpture of glass and wire.

STRATEGIC NEWS SERVICE

The Strategic News Service® is the world’s most reliable source of advanced information at the intersection of technology and the global economy. Its publicly graded prediction rate (94.5% since 1995) in these areas is unmatched, and its success in pointing out critically important new strategic issues to global thought leaders – often in their own areas of expertise – is well-established. This is why Elon Musk, Bill Gates, Jeff Bezos, Michael Dell, Paul Jacobs, Bill Janeway, and many other global intellectual, policy, and business leaders have become SNS members.  SNS also hosts the annual Future in Review® (FiRe) conference, described by The Economist as “the best technology conference in the world.” FiRe’s 15th-anniversary conference will be held in Park City October 10-13, 2017.

USTAR

The Utah Science Technology and Research Initiative (USTAR) was established in 2006 through the leadership and vision of the Utah Legislature and the Governor to leverage science and technology innovation to expand and diversify the State’s economy. USTAR conducts its technology based economic development mission through a diverse portfolio of programs and services focused in three areas: principal researchers, competitive grant programs and technology entrepreneurship services.

IMPACT HUB SALT LAKE

Located downtown, Impact Hub Salt Lake offers its members an inspiring co-working space to work on their social enterprise, business, non-profit, or community ventures. In addition to offering affordable offices in Salt Lake City, Impact Hub also provides small event space for events as well.

Date and Time

Thursday, April 13, 2017
7:00-9:00pm

Location

Impact Hub Salt Lake
150 South State Street #1
Salt Lake City, UT 84111

Cost

  • Early Bird $25
  • General Admission $50
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Date & Time

Thursday, April 13, 2017
7:00-9:00pm

Location

Impact Hub Salt Lake
150 South State Street #1
Salt Lake City, UT 84111

Cost

Early Bird $25

General Admission $50

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Impact Hub Salt Lake
150 South State Street, #1
Salt Lake City, UT 84111
(385) 202-6008

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