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Dr. Michael BermanDr. Michael Berman
Dr. Michael Berman

AFOSR Program Manager Elected Fellow of the American Physical Society (Credit: AFOSR)
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Posted: 1/12/2009

AFRL develops robot for automated aircraft ground refueling AFRL develops robot for automated aircraft ground refueling
AFRL develops robot for automated aircraft ground refueling

Air Force researchers have developed a robot for automated aircraft ground refueling. The Air Force Research Laboratory's Automated Aircraft Ground Refueling system mock-up simulates performing a refueling test during a demonstration. (Photo courtesy of Dr. Mikel Sawyer)
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Posted: 1/9/2009

Robotic package designed to protect vehicle convoysRobotic package designed to protect vehicle convoys
Robotic package designed to protect vehicle convoys

A military vehicle with a robotic package attached to the front bumper is shown. The robotic package was designed to be used on convoy missions, allowing the driver to maintain situational awareness. Air Force researchers hope the technology will enable vehicle operators to focus less on mechanics of driving and more on looking for potential threats. (U.S. Air Force photo)
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Posted: 1/7/2009

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Micci

Air Force-supported Microwave Electrothermal Thruster (MET) research that began at Pennsylvania State University may lead to higher performing miniaturized electric propulsion systems for satellites. This would mean improved satellite maneuverability, endurance, fabrication and testing of a space flight ready microwave thruster system. Credit: Frederic Souliez, Penn State University.
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Posted: 12/29/2008

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Wolf

Renowned physical optics author and AFOSR-supported researcher, Dr. Emil Wolf, received the 2008 Joseph W. Goodman Award for his book, “Introduction to the Theory of Coherence and Polarization of Light,” which set a precedent by providing a unified treatment of coherence and polarization. Professor Wolf in his office at the University of Rochester. Credit: University of Rochester
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Posted: 12/10/2008

UH DoD Research ConferenceUH DoD Research Conference
UH DoD Research Conference

AFOSR representatives Amber McCants (left) and Lauren Bickel (right) pose with a cadet in attendance at the University of Houston's Third Annual Department of Defense Research Conference on November 13, 2008. (Image courtesy of Lauren Bickel)
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Posted: 12/10/2008

Massachusetts Military Reserve after completion of range clearance operationMassachusetts Military Reserve after completion of range clearance operation
Massachusetts Military Reserve after completion of range clearance operation

Massachusetts Military Reserve after completion of range clearance operation. (U.S. Air Force photo)
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Posted: 12/11/2008

All-Purpose Remote Transport System All-Purpose Remote Transport System
All-Purpose Remote Transport System

All-Purpose Remote Transport System (ARTS), shown with brush cutter attachment prior to beginning vegetation clearance at the Massachusetts Military Reserve. (U.S. Air Force photo)
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Posted: 12/11/2008

AF-M315E propellant fast cook-off testAF-M315E propellant fast cook-off test
AF-M315E propellant fast cook-off test

AF-M315E propellant fast cook-off test
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Posted: 12/10/2008

Geodesic Dome Phased-Array AntennaGeodesic Dome Phased-Array Antenna
Geodesic Dome Phased-Array Antenna

Geodesic Dome Phased-Array Antenna
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Posted: 12/10/2008

The first-ever modulation of a single photon’s time profile The first-ever modulation of a single photon’s time profile
The first-ever modulation of a single photon’s time profile

Stanford University researchers potentially advance quantum cryptography, information processing, and memory storage by achieving the first-ever modulation of a single photon’s time profile (image courtesy of Dr. Steve Harris).
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Posted: 12/10/2008

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JHU

A celebrated electrical and computer engineering professor at Johns Hopkins University is conducting AFOSR-supported research about the “miniaturization” of electronic chips, which would allow for lighter, smaller and faster computers for the Air Force. Dr. Alexander Kaplan, right, professor of electrical and computer engineering and Dr. Sergei Volkov, a postdoctoral fellow at John’s Hopkins University are working together on the research. (Photo Credit: Will Kirk, Johns Hopkins University)
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Posted: 12/9/2008

    

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