Based on work resulting from a NASA SBIR, Adventium was issued a patent today titled "Inferring System-level Properties", patent #8,195,599. This technology has played a big role in several of our programs, most recently on our FUSED effort, one of DARPA's Adaptive Vehicle Make programs.
Adventium is proud to sponsor and participate in the the upcoming MinneWIC conference on February 24-25, 2012. MinneWIC is a regional celebration of Women in Computing in the upper midwest. This regional meeting, modeled after the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women inComputing, will bring together students (high school and college), faculty, and technology leaders from across Minnesota and neighboring states to discuss the role of women in today's computing and technology fields, share experiences and strategies for success, and explore issues common to women working in these fields.
The Bakken has published a very nice and well deserved profile of Dr. August Schwerdfeger, one of Adventium's scientists. It describes his dedication to mentoring students in the Bakken's invention programs and the impact he has had there. See http://thebakken.org/node/104 for the full article.
Adventium is proud to announce that it is a sponsor of Robotic Alley™, scheduled for November 17, 2011. Robotics is on the cusp of a global revolution in defense, security, agriculture, medicine, and industry! At Robotics Alley, participants will learn how robotics research and commercialization opportunities are saving lives around the world-- and creating jobs in America's heartland. For more information or to register, please see http://www.roboticsalley.org
Adventium Enterprises, a Minneapolis‐based software research and development company, announced that it has been awarded a National Institutes of Health (NIH) grant to develop iNeuron™, an interactive game‐like approach to teaching neuroscience and mental health concepts at the classroom level and beyond. iNeuron will teach key concepts by transforming a set of handheld electronic devices into functionally connected neurons to solve sets of story‐based, neuroscience challenges.
Technology developed by Adventium on a Small Business Innovation Research project was featured by the U.S. Air Force as a transition success. This technology allocates cyber defenses to huge networks while making sure that mission requirements are satisfied during deployment and operations. The Cybercraft Architecture Reasoner Inferring Network and Application Environments (CARINAE) technology provides bandwidth, memory, and computational performance assessments for large networks supporting diverse operational missions and defensive applications.
Martin Michalowski, Mark Boddy and Mike Neilsen published “Bayesian Learning of Generalized Board Positions for Improved Move Prediction in Computer GO” at the Twenty-Fifth Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI-11) in San Francisco, California. Read the paper here.
Adventium Enterprises, a Minneapolis-based software research and development company, announced that it has been awarded a Phase I Department of Defense (DoD) Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR) program from the Office of Naval Research (ONR). Adventium’s Stealthy MOnitoring KErnel (SMOKE) leverages hardware virtualization and management technologies to provide a stealthy, evolvable, lowoverhead monitoring kernel suitable for large-scale deployment on the millions of commercial desktops and servers used by the DoD.
Women in Defense – Minnesota Chapter presents, with Gold Sponsor Adventium Labs, “A Peek Inside the CIA and the FBI: Stories From Two Women Who Rose to the Top Ranks” on Thursday, May 5th at the Woman's Club of Minneapolis. Keynote speakers Deborah Pierce and Patti Webber will share their experiences rising through the ranks of two prestigious federal organizations.
"Crumple Zones: Absorbing Attack Effects Before They Become a Problem," authored by Michael Atighetchi, Partha Pal, Aaron Adler, Andrew Gronosky, Fusun Yaman, Jonathan Webb, Joe Loyall, Asher Sinclair, and Adventium's Charles Payne, was published in the the March/April 2011 issue of CrossTalk: The Journal of Defense Software and Engineering.
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