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Cadet AIADs



Below are a list of Math Department AIADs available for the summer of 2017. Please check back for new opportunities. 


Contact LTC Chuck Sulewski at x2453, if you have any questions or would like to be considered for one of these AIADs that you did not previously sign up to attend.


Real-Time Cooperative Guard Computing Program
Visualization of Complex 3D Data
Network Abstractions and Algorithms for Programmable Quantum Networks 
Environmental Impacts on Battlefield Acoustic Signal Processing
Real-Time Atmospheric Imaging and Processing for C-UAS Technology
Cloud Characterization from Photo Imagery, for Solar Radiation Assessment (PV Potential)
Field Test Prototype Hybrid (Solar/Diesel) Microgrids and Atmospheric Model
Magnetic Resonance Velocimetry Validations of Microscale Numerical Wind and Tracer Predictions
Testing the accuracy of French language speech recognition software that has been adapted for use by African-accented speakers of French
Load Sharing between the Trunk and Pelvis
Multi-modal Sensing Capabilities for Human Behavior Characterization
Impact of Simulated Hearing Loss in MOUT Ambush Combat
Performing Workspace and Human Systems Integration (HSI) analysis using Anthropometric and 3D Modeling Tools
Understanding Socio-cultural Dimensions of Dense Urban Environments
Automated Analysis of Activity Monitor Accelerations
Effects of Segment Load on Gait Parameters
Medical Simulations for Training
Adaptive Training Research (Architectural Focus)
Adaptive Training Research (Machine Learning Methods for Classifying Learner States and Optimizing Machine Selection of Instructional Strategies)
Adaptive Training Research (Usability Experimentation)
Mobile STEM Excursions (West Point/Adelphi, MD)
Mobile STEM Excursions (Dallas, TX/Adelphi, MD) - {D/SE - Dallas}
Mobile STEM Excursions (San Diego/ Los Angeles, CA/Adelphi, MD) - {D/SE - Dallas}
Measurement of low-level gamma radiation with Compton-suppressed Ge detectors
Radioisotope Power Source for Unattended Sensors
Software Defined Radio for Current and Future Army Applications
Systems Biology and Materials from Biology
Ultra-low SWaP processing for Electric-field sensing applications
Electric Power Sensing and Monitoring
ARL Campus UGS Network
Thermal Models of Tactical Structures 
The Effects of Nonuniform Soil Discretization on Underbody Blast Finite Element-based Simulations
Determine engagement scenarios and operational use cases for body armor plate vulnerability study
Experiments with Robotic Platforms
Hot erosion resistance of nanoparticle-reinforced metals
Impact Initiation of Energetic Materials with Laser-Driven Flyer Plates
Pulsed laser excitation of energetic materials for laboratory-scale characterization
Human Response to Ballistic Environments
Investigation into Manufacturing Warfighter Equipment and Items with Easily Reusable Materials
Hybrid Cross-Laminated Timber Protection Improvements
Plasma-enhanced chemical synthesis/engineering of advanced energetic materials