Jared Dunnmon is a Stanford PhD candidate in engineering, who has spent the last 5 years contributing at the intersection of technology, business, and public policy. He has worked on foreign policy at the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, solar electrification at Offgrid Electric, cybersecurity for the nuclear deterrent at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, emerging technology investment at Draper Fisher Jurvetson, nuclear fusion modeling at the Oxford Mathematical Institute, and nonlinear energy harvesting at Duke. His research at Stanford is focused on utilizing cutting edge techniques from imaging, high-performance computing, and data science to enable advances in gas turbine design and medical diagnoses. As a fellow of the H4D Project, Jared applies his deep technical background to inform paths from technological development to DoD deployment in commercial space, artificial intelligence, high-performance computing, AR/VR, and quantum computation.
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