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    Members: Free
    IEEE Members: $11.00
    Non-members: $15.00
    Length: 00:54:46
01 May 2024

Interactive session with Dr. Jacqueline Le Moigne, Manager of the NASA Science Mission Directorate Earth Science Technology Office’s Advanced Information Systems Technology Program. In this webinar, Dr. Le Moigne will share her journey through academia, the private sector, and her pivotal roles at NASA, emphasizing her work in signal processing, computer vision, and related technologies. The webinar will conclude with an interactive Q&A session, providing attendees the opportunity to engage directly with Dr. Le Moigne about her experiences and insights. Dr. Jacqueline Le Moigne manages NASA's Advanced Information Systems Technology Program, focusing on novel technologies that support Earth Science missions. She previously held roles at NASA Goddard, including Assistant Chief for Technology, and has worked on NASA's Space Technology Research Grants Program and Technology Roadmaps. Before NASA, she was a Research Scientist at the University of Maryland's Computer Vision Laboratory and also gained experience in the private sector. Jacqueline earned her Ph.D. in Computer Science from the University Pierre and Marie Curie in Paris. Her research interests include Image Registration, Computer Vision, Artificial Intelligence, Autonomous Systems, Distributed Spacecraft Missions (DSM), and Earth System Digital Twins (ESDT), as well as high-performance and onboard computing. She has authored over 180 publications, including books and patents, and has received multiple awards, including the NASA Exceptional Service Medal and the Goddard Information Science and Technology Award in 2012.