The Center for Agent-Soldier Teaming is built on the
exchange of ideas, researchers, and the open use of laboratories and technologies.
Collaboration is centered on mutual investment by all partners.
There are many opportunities to collaborate directly with ARL scientists and engineers both within and outside of CAST. Collaborative mechanisms include non-funding-opportunities based on mutual scientific interest and investment by all partners, indirect funding opportunities in the form of joint ARL-academia or ARL-industry student and postdoctoral fellowships, and direct funding opportunities outlined by specific Program Announcements and Broad Agency Announcements.
- The STRONG Program
- Open Campus
- National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate (NDSEG) Fellowships
- Journeyman, Postdoctoral, and Senior Fellowships through contracts with Oak Ridge Associated Universities (ORAU); the National Research Council (NRC); and term Civilian appointments.
- Additional opportunities for partnering with ARL