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Aimed at protecting personnel, sensitive systems, and infrastructure from chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and high explosive weapons and
weapon effects with specific emphasis on radiological and nuclear threats, Thrust Area 3 focuses on conducting CWMD-centric basic research in the
following capability components:
Protection of Sensitive Systems
Nuclear Environments Simulation and Characterization
Protection of Personnel from Radiological and Nuclear Effects
For a list of what we have funded in the past, see our Complete Award History (Excel).
University Design Tool Enables Prediction of Single Event Effects in Microelectronics
Research Identifies Risks Associated with Next-Generation COTS Devices
Laboratory Develops Method for High Speed Testing of Devices to Predict Tolerance to Radiative Environments
MIT and Columbia
University Scientists Report Fabrication of High Purity Diamond Nanocrystals with Long-lived Spin State Suitable Quantum Computing
Instrument Helps Validate Nuclear Survivability of Critical Technology