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  • Medal of Honor recipient inspires research at USC Institute for Creative Technologies

    January 03, 2014

    Medal of Honor recipient Staff Sgt. Ty Carter recently spent the day at the University of Southern California Institute for Creative Technologies answering questions about post-traumatic stress. "I don't call it post-traumatic stress disorder, because any time I hear disorder I think of a mental deficiency or chemical imbalance," said Carter speaking at...

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  • Army Research Laboratory selects three new Fellows

    December 20, 2013

    The U.S. Army Research Laboratory recently named three new Fellows, Dr. Richard Becker, Dr. Mark Dubinskiy, and Dr. Yongle Pan. A Fellows' selection is the highest honor awarded to ARL scientists and engineers, and nomination is based on the recommendations of active ARL Fellows. According to Dr. KK Choi, Fellows co-chair, "the three Fellows were selected...

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  • Army scientists' 19 patents lead to quantum imaging advances

    December 19, 2013

    Camera technology has advanced beginning in the 1800s from an eight-hour development process to pictures generated in seconds. Over the years there has been monochrome, Kodachrome and Polaroid — today digital imaging is popular. Quantum imaging in the military is also advancing at a rapid pace. Recently, Ronald E. Meyers and Keith S. Deacon of the...

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  • Mait named chief scientist of Army Research Laboratory

    December 18, 2013

    Dr. Joseph Mait, U.S. Army Research Laboratory Fellow, was recently selected as chief scientist of ARL. As chief scientist, Mait's goal is to assist the ARL Director fulfill his vision for the lab. "A key element of this is realizing the lab's discovery and innovation potential, while fostering connections between the lab and the Army community," said...

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  • Gaian Database technology seeks to optimize data identification and processing

    December 17, 2013

    Data volumes are in a stage of continuous growth, particularly in the areas of science, industry, and the military. Thus, the issue of authenticated federated sharing and the breadth and depth of information available, as well as the capacity to process it in a timely manner, are ongoing challenges as it pertains to information management. In order to satisfy...

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  • Expo at Morgan State brings ARL science and engineering and students together

    November 27, 2013

    More than 50 exhibitors from federal, state, and local agencies, business, industry, and academia as well as over 350 students, parents, and teachers were on hand Nov. 9 at Morgan State University for the university's first ever Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) Education, Careers, and Jobs Expo. Steve Taulbee, an engineer in the U.S. Army...

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  • Army researchers build portable "fake pot" detector prototype to curb Soldier designer drug abuse

    November 26, 2013

    Army researchers are building a portable drug detector that, soon, could help military and civil law enforcement agencies throughout the country more quickly catch synthetic drug abuse. The Army Research Laboratory's prototype biosensor model is expected to directly detect the active chemical substitutes that help "fake pot" fade from notice in commercially...

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  • Army Public Affairs Chief Visits ICT

    November 21, 2013

    U.S. Army Chief of Public Affairs Brig. Gen. Gary J. Volesky toured the University of Southern California Institute for Creative Technologies to learn how this University Affiliated Research Center is advancing interactive digital media to improve education, training and therapy throughout the Army and beyond. The ICT works in collaboration with the U.S....

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  • ARL family joins Ravens, NFL Play 60 clinic at APG

    November 19, 2013

    Sgt. 1st Class Michelle R. Williams, electronics maintenance chief within the Army Research Laboratory's Computation and Information Sciences Directorate, joined her husband Sgt. 1st Class Ray Williams, up from Fort Lee, Va., and their children Raylanna, 6, and Nasir, 10, during the very first Raven's Youth Military Combine. The event, held Nov. 5 at Aberdeen...

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  • Image Understanding and Computer Vision

    November 13, 2013

    Image understanding and computer vision are two closely related multidisciplinary research fields concerned with the use of computer algorithms to modify or analyze digital images using signal and image processing, machine learning, and artificial intelligence techniques in order to achieve certain tasks or applications. These two research areas seek to produce...

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  • ARL analysts recognized with 2013 Army Acquisition Excellence Award

    November 08, 2013

    Members of the Stryker Double-V Hull Army Test and Evaluation Integrated Product Team, including two U.S. Army Research Laboratory employees, recently won the 2013 Army Acquisition Excellence Award in the category Equipping and Sustaining Our Soldiers' Systems. The Army Acquisition Excellence Awards recognize an Army acquisition workforce individual or team,...

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  • Results from Army, university tests could improve vibration testing for auto, aviation industries

    November 06, 2013

    Results from a recent study that looked at how battlefield-born vibrations, like those from blasts and heavy armored vehicles, for example, are leading research scientists to rethink military vehicle testing and evaluation methods that could also, eventually, improve automotive and aviation industry standards. A group of Army and University of Maryland researchers...

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Last Update / Reviewed: October 30, 2014