Air Force Research Laboratory Resident Research Associateship Program
Final technical rept. 15 Aug 2001-14 Oct 2002
NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL WASHINGTON DC RESIDENT RESEARCH ASSOCIATSHIP PROGRAM
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The National Research Council NRC administers competitive Postdoctoral and Senior Research Awards on behalf of the Air Force Office of Scientific Research. These awards are tenable at the Air Force Research Laboratorys nine technical Directorates the United States Air Force Academy, and the Air Force Institute of Technology. Awards are for 1-3 years and are available to Ph.D. holding scientists and engineers at all stages of their careers. The awardees have the opportunity to conduct independent research in areas of science and engineering that add to the knowledge base, are compatible with the research needs, and further the interests of the Air Force. A small sample of ongoing research efforts being conducted includes Computational Fluid Dynamics Analysis and Code Development Applied to Unsteady Aerodynamics Quantum Interference and Carrier Scattering in Quantum Wells Investigation of Transonic Limit-Cycle Oscillation of a Wing with External Stores and Investigation of the State-to-State Rotational Relaxation Rate Constants for Carbon Monoxide. Following Collisions with Inert Gas Atoms Using Infrared Double Resonance Associates on tenure were citizens or Permanent Residents of 11 countries. While on tenure, the average Associate published one journal article and made four domestic presentations. Post-tenure plans included college or university professorships, US or foreign laboratory researchers, and post-doctoral appointments.
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