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  • Emery Recognized at 2009 BEYA

    April 13, 2009

    The Army Research Laboratory's outreach program manager was given the prestigious U.S. Army's Superior Civilian Service Award and the Black Engineers of the Year (BEYA) Deans Award at the BEYA conference held in Baltimore Feb. 18 to 22. Maj. Gen. Paul S. Izzo, commander of the U.S. Army Research, Development and Engineering Command, gave Dr. Val Emery the service...

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  • Cole Named Newest ARL Fellow

    March 30, 2009

    Ms. Melanie Cole, a research scientist in the U.S. Army Research Laboratory's Weapons and Materials Research Directorate (WMRD), has been named the newest ARL Fellow. Selection to the ARL Fellows is the highest honor awarded to ARL scientists and engineers. Cole's membership was recommended by the active ARL Fellows after extensive review of her qualifications...

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  • Army Science Conference

    March 16, 2009

    The U.S. Army Research Laboratory (ARL) showcased its scientific expertise and groundbreaking research at the 26th Army Science Conference Dec. 1 to 4, 2008 in Orlando, Fla. The event is held every other year to bring together the scientists, researchers and engineers who are leading the way in developing technology for the future Army. This year's theme...

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  • McCauley Honored for Service to SBIR

    March 02, 2009

    Dr. James McCauley of the Weapons and Materials Research Directorate (WMRD) was recognized with an award for his four years of service as the Army Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Advanced Materials and Manufacturing Technology Area Chief (TAC) at a ceremony on Dec. 10, 2008 at the Adelphi Laboratory Center. The SBIR is a congressionally-mandated,...

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  • ARL Supports C4ISR On-The-Move Event 08

    February 16, 2009

    With help from the U.S. Army Research Laboratory (ARL), the Army recently tested more than 100 land and air systems which utilize cutting-edge technologies for future force capabilities through an exercise called C4ISR On-The-Move Event 08. The exercise, held at Ft. Dix, N.J., represented a culmination of several months of effort to integrate individual technologies...

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  • ARL and USMA Hold 16th Annual Technical Symposium

    February 02, 2009

    More than 175 people including 88 cadets participated in the 16th U.S. Army Research Laboratory (ARL) - United States Military Academy (USMA) Technical Symposium on Oct. 22-23, 2008 at the Sheraton Convention Center Hotel in Atlantic City, N.J. The annual joint symposium provides a forum at which West Point Cadets and faculty present and discuss various aspects...

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  • ARL Funded Scientists Win Prestigious Award

    January 29, 2009

    Two ARL-funded university scientists will share the 2009 Ahmed Zewail Award in Ultrafast Science and Technology. They are Prof. Margaret Murnane and Prof. Henry Kapteyn of the University of Colorado at Boulder and the National Institute of Standards and Technology. Murnane and Kapteyn are funded under the ARO Physics Division in a project to develop the shortest...

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  • U.S. JAYCEES Recognize ARL Employee With "Ten Outstanding Young Americans" Award

    January 05, 2009

    Dr. Stephen Lee, chief scientist in the U.S. Army Research Office (ARO), has been awarded the U.S. Junior Chamber (JAYCEES) Ten Outstanding Young Americans Award for 2008. The award exists to recognize and honor ten Americans each year who exemplify the best attributes of the nation's young people, aged 18 through 40. As the senior scientist in the director's...

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  • VTD Development Leads to System Optimization

    January 01, 2009

    In the past, the costly process of tuning control systems in unmanned air systems required a considerable amount of experimentation to obtain acceptable gains in bias and throw for a particular aircraft type and flight profile. The U.S. Army Research Laboratory's Vehicle Technology Directorate has recently developed a Hardware In the Loop Simulation (HILS)...

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