The Doolittle Institute is in search of broad, diverse, and non-traditional perspectives to shape the current and future research at the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL). The next session is scheduled for February 12-13, 2019.
This multi-part workshop series will consist of experienced professionals working in small groups with a given opportunity statement. These small groups will brainstorm solutions among themselves, develop a solution or solutions, and then present their ideas to the rest of the cohort. Senior Air Force Research Laboratory leaders will use groups’ input to inform a long-term strategy for the future of air-delivered weapons.
This event is open to anyone and everyone interested. We will consider professionals from a range of industries, including Aerospace, Agriculture, Computer, Electrical Power, Petroleum + Gas, Automotive, Electronics, Steel, Mining, Telecommunications, Education, and the Arts. Each divergent collaboration workshop in the series will last one to two days.
We have limited funding available to offset the time and travel expenses of those selected.
To participate in one or more workshops, please complete the application below.