Explore project updates with new project posters

Oct 3, 2022 | Blog, Europe, Israel, North America

Red Hat Research is excited to share its new series of research posters designed to visually share details of 17 active research collaborations and spur new collaborations between Red Hat engineers and existing project teams.

The posters have been printed for display at this year’s Red Hat Distinguished Engineer Exchange, October 4-6, 2022, in Raleigh, NC.  Additionally, all posters have been added to corresponding project pages and will be used for other in-person/virtual events  and other opportunities for engagement.  

Browse posters and their associated projects through the list below.  Each project page includes an image of the poster, as well as a link to the full size poster. 

If you are interested in learning more about a project or discussing opportunities to get involved, please reach out to Heidi Dempsey, Research and Innovation Director, North America, and she will help put you in touch with project contacts.

Stay tuned as we will be announcing new posters in the coming weeks.

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