August 24, 2016 - 7:00pm
Edward Jimenez, Ph.D. Sandia National Labs
Do you know what computed tomorgraph is? It is used in medicine (have you had a CT or CAT-scan?) and is increasingly used in
industry, but there are many challenges in its applications. Join Dr. Jimenez for a look at this exciting and versatile technology
that has exapnding relevance ot industry and national security.
Dr. Edward Jimenez is currently a Principal Scientist in Computer Science for the Sandia National Laboratories Software Systems R&D
Group. His many awards include the 2014 Most Promising Science or Engineer with an Advanced Degree by Great Minds in STEM at the
Hispanic Engineering National Achievement Award Conference. He earned a PhD. In Applied Mathematics at the University of Arizona.
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