The National Research Council's Army Research Laboratory Technical Assessment Board provides biennial assessments of the scientific and technical quality of the research, development, and analysis programs at the Army Research Laboratory, focusing on ballistics sciences, human sciences, information sciences, materials sciences, and mechanical sciences.
This interim report summarizes the findings of the Board for the first year of this biennial assessment. During the first year the Board examined the following elements: within ballistic sciences, terminal ballistics; within human sciences, translational neuroscience and soldier simulation and training technology; within information sciences, autonomous systems; and within materials sciences, energy materials and devices, photonic materials and devices, and biomaterials. The review of autonomous systems included examination of the mechanical sciences competency area for autonomous systems. A second, final report will subsume the findings of this interim report and add the findings from the second year of the review, during which the Board will examine additional elements.
National Research Council. 2014. 2013-2014 Assessment of the Army Research Laboratory: Interim Report. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. https://doi.org/10.17226/18661.
|2 Ballistics Sciences: Terminal Ballistics||14-31|
|3 Human Sciences: Simulation and Training Technology||32-44|
|4 Human Sciences: Translational Neuroscience||45-50|
|5 Information Sciences: Autonomous Systems||51-57|
|6 Materials Sciences: Biomaterials, Energy Materials and Devices, and Photonic Materials and Devices||58-70|
|7 Crosscutting Recommendations||71-72|
|Appendix A: Army Research Laboratory Organization Chart||75-75|
|Appendix B: Biographical Sketches of Army Research Laboratory Technical Assessment Board Members and Staff||76-79|
|Appendix C: Assessment Criteria||80-81|
|Appendix D: Acronyms||82-86|
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