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Call for Proposals

The Mathematical Sciences Center invites all researchers to submit proposals for the 2014-2015 academic year.
 
Submit your research proposal(s) by email using the above format to MSCE@usma.edu. The proposal deadline is 26 November 2014. Award letters will be issued at the beginning of January 2015. Questions? Contact Tish Torgerson at 845-938-0804
msce_research01.pngComputational & Information Sciences (CIS)
Scientific research and technology in advanced computing, network and communication sciences, information assurance, and battle space environments that create, exploit and harvest innovative technologies to enable knowledge superiority for the Warfighter. CISD's technologies provide the strategic, operational, and tactical information dominance across the spectrum of operations.

Human Rearch & Engineering(HRED)
Scientific research and technology directed toward optimizing Soldier performance and Soldier-machine interactions to maximize battlefield effectiveness, and to ensure that Soldier performance requirements are adequately considered in technology development and system design.

msce_research02.pngSensors and Electron Devices (SEDD)
Scientific research and technology in electro-optic smart sensors, multifunction radio frequency (RF), autonomous sensing, power and energy, signature management, directed towards reconnaissance, intelligence, surveillance, and target acquisition (RISTA), fire control, guidance, fusing, survivability, mobility and lethality.

Survivability/Leathality Analysis (SLAD)
Integrated survivability and lethality analysis of Army systems and technologies across the full spectrum of battlefield threats and environments as well as analysis tools, techniques, and methodologies.

msce_research03.pngVehicle Technology (VTD)
Scientific research and technology addressing propulsion, transmission, aeromechanics, structural engineering, and robotics technologies for both air and ground vehicles.

Weapons & Materials Research (WMRD)
Scientific research and technology in the areas of weapons, protection, and materials to enhance the lethality and survivability of the nation's ground forces.