APL Colloquium

Welcome to the APL Colloquium

The APL Colloquium is one of the longest standing technical and scientific lecture series in the Washington/Baltimore area. The goal of the Colloquium has been to bring to the Laboratory scientific scholars, technical innovators, industry leaders, government sponsors, and policy makers to inform, educate, and enlighten Laboratory staff on what is currently exciting, relevant, and of value to the work of APL.

Next Colloquium Events

The APL colloquium is a mixture of virtual (via Zoom.gov), in-person, and hybrid (in-person & virtual) events. 

To receive e-mail announcements including virtual event connection information:
APL employees may subscribe to e-mail announcements via the APL MyLists webpage
Non-employees may request to be added to the e-mail distribution via e-mail to Colloquium@atinatrailrunning.com.

How Safe Is Safe Enough for Autonomous Vehicles?

» Overview

Phil Koopman
Carnegie Mellon Univ.

Kossiakoff Center Auditorium and Zoom.gov

Indian – 101; Everything That You Wanted to Know About American Indians, But Were Afraid To Ask

» Overview

Dennis E. Seymour Ph.D. (Eastern Band Cherokee)
Baltimore American Indian Center

Parsons Auditorium

Indigenous Peoples Day Colloquium

Indigenous Peoples Day Colloquium

Friday, October 6, 2023 -- 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Click on » Overview for more information about the colloquium.

To receive e-mail Colloquium Announcements, APL employees should use the APL MyLists site and subscribe to the Colloquia under the Speakers tab. All others should send e-mail to the Colloquium Office at colloquium@atinatrailrunning.com and include their name in the body of the e-mail.


For disability access information, contact the Conference Facilities Office:
240-228-7000 or 443-778-7000

For additional information, contact the Colloquium Office: