ARL Open Campus 2016

The U.S. Army Research Laboratory held its third Open Campus Open House November 16 - 17, 2016 at ARL’s Adelphi, Maryland Campus. This year we ask, "Who is the nation’s premier laboratory for land forces focused on discovery and innovation for the Army of 2035 and beyond?" The U.S. Army Research Laboratory is open and we are interested in working with you.
 

Plenary Session videos

Partnering Mechanisms

ARL’s Open Campus business model envisions the creation of a dynamic, cooperative science and technology ecosystem that links government assets with the global research community.  Collaboration is centered on mutual scientific interest and investment by all partners.  Open Campus partners work side-by-side with ARL research scientists and engineers, share ARL’s specialized research facilities, bring ARL researchers to their institutions to communicate a perspective on research conducted in federal laboratories, and become part of the broader DoD network.  ARL is opening areas of its Adelph

Research Areas

The United States Army of 2030 will operate in a rapidly changing environment, hitherto unparalleled in complexity. Developing trends and the dynamics of the Army's future operational environment suggest that the Army's land power dominance will demand an increased speed of responsiveness, mechanisms to mitigate or wholly eliminate tactical surprise, a capability to effectively accommodate changing alliances and partnerships, and proficiencies across a myriad of functional domains. Strategic land power dominance will be critical to the U. S.