Elder Research, partnering with Southwest Research Institute, received a NASA Phase I STTR award to develop an extensible framework of the additive manufacturing (AM) process to provide Rapid Additive Manufacturing Build Outcomes (RAMBO) for space-flight systems. RAMBO will provide thermal histories, microstructure evolution, and material properties of an additively manufactured part built using the powder bed fusion process. Possible NASA applications for space flight systems using components built by AM processes include MOXIE, SHERLOC, ion engines, and other spacecraft structural and multi-functional applications where predictions of defect distributions are especially important for high-criticality components under fatigue loading.
Elder Research Awarded NASA Phase I STTR Program
Elder Research is a Founding Partner of SearchPPE.com
Elder Research is proud to be one of the founding partners of SearchPPE.com, a new cloud-based portal to provide a state-focused, direct order fulfillment process between small buyers and manufacturers to expedite the delivery of PPE. The SearchPPE.com website provides access to the small business supply chain that retooled to provide PPE during the national COVID emergency, but often remains unseen by buyers within their own city or state. This service is an important step to enable the nation to reopen and employees to return to work.
“Elder Research has actively contributed to the analysis of this pandemic in an effort to learn more about it and share our findings with others via our blog and a course offering on Statistics.com, but when we were approached to apply our data analytics and engineering expertise to assist with PPE logistics, we jumped at the chance to make an even larger impact in these challenging times.” stated Elder Research CTO Vic Diloreto.
We invite you to register your company as either a Buyer or Manufacturer. There is no fee to register on the site.
Wayne Folta Discussed Modeling COVID-19 at Publicis Sapient Event
Elder Research Lead Data Scientist Wayne Folta gave a talk on Modeling COVID-19 at the Publicis Sapient Data Science Community of Practice on May 1, 2020.
Dr. Jennifer Schaff Quoted in Healthcare AI Blog
Dr. Jennifer Schaff was quoted on the value of sensor data analytics and wearable sensors in healthcare in "How AI is Emerging on the Medical Device Landscape" at Galen Data.
Elder Research Acquires Statistics.com
Elder Research is excited to announce that it has acquired the Institute for Statistics Education at Statistics.com to provide focused data science, analytics, and statistics training for corporations and individuals. The Institute’s certificates and degrees are certified by the State Council of Higher Education for Virginia, and its courses are approved by the American Council on Education. Read the press release.
Publicis Sapient, Elder Research, Tquila Announce New Joint Venture
Elder Research is excited to announce a collaboration with Publicis Sapient and Tquila to launch Publicis Sapient AI Labs (PS AI Labs). The newly formed consulting company will offer an extensive set of data science services to enable digital transformation for large enterprises in North America and Europe. Read the press release.
Elder Research to Attend Tysons, VA Security Clearance Career Fair
Elder Research will attend the Security Clearance Career Fair in Tyson, VA on February 5, 2020. A CI, Lifestyle, or Full-Scope Polygraph is required to attend.
TechBeacon Lists John Elder In Top Data Scientist List
TechBeacon's 14 Data Scientists You Should Follow on Twitter included Dr. John Elder. The article states "The application of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning to business and IT, from intelligent IT operations to service management to software testing, is keeping the data revolution moving at lightning speed. To help you keep up, TechBeacon assembled this list of leading data scientists to follow on Twitter."
Tom Shafer Receives Author Citation by International Workshop on Mining Actionable Insights from Social Networks
White Paper: Java8SE - End of Free Commercial Support
Oracle free commercial support is ending for Java 8. Starting with Java 11, Oracle JDK will no longer be free for commercial use. The white paper Java8SE - End of Free Commercial Support explores the Java ecosystem and alternatives to the use of Oracle JDK.