Army Research Office - ARO in Review 2010
ARMY RESEARCH LAB RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK NC RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK
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The mission of ARO, as part of the U.S. Army Research Laboratory ARL, is to execute the Army s extramural basic research program in these disciplines chemical sciences, computing sciences, electronics, environmental sciences, materials science, mathematical sciences, mechanical sciences, network sciences, life sciences, and physics. The goal of this basic research is to drive scientific discoveries and increase the general store of scientific knowledge through high-risk, high pay-off research opportunities primarily with universities, and also with industrial and governmental laboratories. ARO also ensures that the results of these efforts are made available to the Army research and development community, for the pursuit of long-term technological solutions for the Army. ARO emphasizes a general two-pronged investment strategy for ARO to meet its mission requirements pull and technology push. This report is intended to be a single-source document describing the research programs of the U.S. Army Research Office ARO for fiscal year 2010 FY10 1 Oct 2009 through 30 Sep 2010. This report provides 1 A brief review of the strategy employed to guide ARO research investments and noteworthy issues affecting the implementation of that strategy. 2 Statistics regarding basic research funding i.e., 6.1 funding and program proposal activity. 3 Research trends and accomplishments of the individual ARO scientific divisions.
- Test Facilities, Equipment and Methods
- Military Forces and Organizations