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Hacking for Defense Program is an effort of the Precourt Institute for Energy.

H4D Program Projects

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H4D Program at Stanford University Creates Concept-to-Adoption Pathways for Technologies and Products to Reach Defense Systems and Operators

Development of Multi-Functional UAV’s for Urban Operations

PI: Fu-Kuo Chang

Department: Aeronautics and Astronautics

Sponsor: United States Navy (USN) ONR NEPTUNE Program

Interactive Human-AI Teaming for AI Model Development, Debugging and Repair

PI: Chris Re; Co-PI: Kayvon Fatahalian

Department: of Computer Science

Sponsor: United States (US) Army Research Lab

Accessible Machine Learning for Misinformation and Influence Operation Analysis

PI: Chris Re

Department: Computer Science

Sponsor: United States Navy (USN) ONR NEPTUNE Program

ViroMeter: A Portable Health Assessment

PI: Utkan Demirci; Co-PI: Akin Demir

Department: School of Medicine Radiology

Sponsor: United States Navy (USN) ONR NEPTUNE Program

Camera Relocalization using 3D Point Clouds for Enhanced Underwater Situational Awareness

PI: Leonidas Guibas

Department: Computer Science

Sponsor: United States Navy (USN) ONR NEPTUNE Program

Creating Machine Learning Models with Labeled Data

PI: Chris Re

Department: Computer Science

Sponsor: United States Navy (USN) ONR NEPTUNE Program

Real-time State Awareness Nerve-like Sensing System for Autonomous Fly by Feel Aerial Vehicle

PI: Prof. Fu-Kuo Chang

Department: Aeronautics and Astronautics

Sponsor: United States Navy (USN) ONR NEPTUNE Program

If you'd like to collaborate with us, please send us an email at hacking4defense@stanford.edu