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Krach Institute for Tech Diplomacy at Purdue Fireside Chat
Join us as we explore the role critical and emerging technologies must play in securing freedom. Our program will feature Purdue President Mung Chiang and Keith Krach (IE’79, HDR IE’18), chairman and co-founder of the Krach Institute and former U.S. under secretary of state.
Thursday, May 11
2 p.m. ET
Feature Gym | France A. Córdova Recreational Sports Center
355 North Martin Jischke Drive
West Lafayette, IN 47906
Livestream link available after registration
for those unable to attend in person
As the preeminent global authority on tech diplomacy, the nonpartisan Krach Institute underscores Purdue’s role as a leading national-security university. The institute accelerates the widespread adoption of trusted tech by integrating tech expertise, Silicon Valley strategies, and foreign policy tools to build the Global Tech Trust Network of governments, companies, and individuals united around a set of shared trust principles and a common mission to ensure that technology advances freedom.
The institute is accelerating Purdue’s role at the forefront of technologies critical to American foreign policy and global freedom, including 5G, artificial intelligence, advanced manufacturing, semiconductors, clean energy, biotech, digital currency, autonomous vehicles, space, hypersonics, and quantum computing.
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