LANL News Roundup For Week Of Sept. 12, 2022

People: Senior leader to retire from Los Alamos National Laboratory and embark on a new opportunity at Nevada National Security Site

Dave Funk, currently the senior director of the Advanced Sources and Detectors Project Office at Los Alamos National Laboratory, is retiring after more than 30 years at the Lab to embark on a new opportunity at Nevada National Security Site. Read full article here. Courtesy/LANL

LANL News:

Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) shares a compilation of news stories for the week of Sept. 12, 2022. 

Building a community of engineers to support Mars exploration

Roberta Beal performs daily operations to maintain the working status of the ChemCam instrument on the Curiosity rover and the SuperCam instrument on the Perseverance rover. The instruments comprise the laser, camera, spectrometers and more that work together to identify the chemical and mineral composition of rocks and soils on Mars. Read full article here. Courtesy/LANL

Science: New method for comparing neural networks exposes how artificial intelligence works

New method for comparing neural networks exposes how artificial intelligence works. A team at Los Alamos National Laboratory has developed a novel approach for comparing neural networks that looks within the ‘black box’ of artificial intelligence to help researchers understand neural network behavior. Neural networks recognize patterns in datasets; they are used everywhere in society, in applications such as virtual assistants, facial recognition systems and self-driving cars. Read full article here. Courtesy/LANL

The search for frost on Mars

Matthew Brand of the Laboratorys’ Space Data Science and Systems group moved to Los Alamos from his hometown of New York, all to do work on Mars. Read the full article here. Courtesy/LANL

Frontiers in Science: A universal method for detecting disease with Harshini Mukundan

Frontiers in Science presented Harshini Mukundan and a look at a new, universal approach to diagnosing emerging infectious diseases, inspired by the human immune system, during a free public talk Friday, Sept. 16, in Santa Fe.  Read full article here. Courtesy/LANL

LOS ALAMOS

ladailypost.com website support locally by OviNuppi Systems

CSTsiteisloaded