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Congratulations to Chief Scientist Adam Russell, named Acting Deputy Dir for ARPA-H

Read Deputy Secretary of Defense Kath Hicks' remarks at the Dec 2021 ARLIS Ribbon Cutting

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  • WELCOME TO ARLIS
    APPLIED RESEARCH LAB
    FOR INTELLIGENCE AND SECURITY
  • MITIGATING RISKS
    IN AN INTERCONNECTED
    WORLD
  • DELIVERING
    UNCOMPROMISED
    RESULTS
  • Research in Service of
    National Security
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The UARC for the Human Domain

As one of fourteen Department of Defense University-Affiliated Research Centers (UARCs) and the only UARC with a core mission to support the government's security and intelligence communities, ARLIS aims to integrate social and behavioral sciences, AI, and computing for new Human Domain applied research and development capabilities.

 

Our research mission areas and program priorities include the following:

Welcome!

From the Executive Director

As we enter 2022, ARLIS is transitioning from “start-up” into a robust center of excellence for national security research. The evolving ARLIS represents a new type of University Affiliated Research Center (UARC) for the Department of Defense, with a core team of experts augmented by partners in the ARLIS-led Intelligence and Security University Research Enterprise (INSURE) consortium.

 

Read more and learn more about ARLIS 2021 activities.

83
Research Scientists
52
Projects in FY22
39
Sponsors to Date
42
Hires in 2021
86736
Cups of Coffee, and Counting!
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Working with ARLIS

ARLIS aims to establish foundational partnerships with USG entities that leverage our core competencies and advance RDT&E activities in areas of critical need.  ARLIS focuses on applied and translational research for the DoD and IC and provides trusted support to USG program managers and agencies across these communities in areas of national need. 

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