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The 2023 RISC Report is Now Available

ARLIS had a record number of participants in the 2023 Research for Intelligence and Security Challenges internship program, with 122 graduate and undergraduate students from UMD and around the country working on 48 projects.Read the 2023 RISC program report here.  

ARLIS 2023 Annual Report

During 2023, it was nearly impossible not to hear or read something in the news about artificial intelligence. In fact, with the rise of generative AI and large language models, we could almost call 2023 the year of artificial intelligence. It was the year that AI seemed to finally break away from technology publications and into mainstream media coverage about its pros and cons, of which there are many.

Expertise & Focus Areas

ARLIS is a matrixed organization with researchers who maintain expertise in more than 40 disciplines. They are aligned within three core competencies and are called on to support projects in various mission areas. The mission areas may change to support national security needs, but the core competencies remain constant.  

 

Learn More about our Core Competencies

Dr. John Beieler Named Executive Director of ARLIS

Dr. John Beieler has been appointed as the new Executive Director for ARLIS.

Leadership

As a unit within the University of Maryland, ARLIS reports through the Division of Research under the leadership of Dr. Gregory Ball

 

 

 

 


Executive Leadership

Advanced Computing & Emerging Technologies

This area supports the human-focused mission of the intelligence community. 

We research, develop, and test use-cases focused on the Human Domain in the areas of computational and data infrastructures; application and mission testbeds; emerging technologies for acquiring, disseminating, processing, or communicating information; and relevant disciplines such as engineering, mathematics, operations research, integrated systems, and quantum information sciences.

Intelligent Human-Machine Systems

This area supports the human-focused mission of the intelligence community. Robot and human hands

Advanced Computing & Emerging Technologies

This area supports the human-focused mission of the intelligence community. 

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Human & Social Systems

We maintain and develop expertise in foreign languages and dialects; linguistics; disciplines relevant to the acquisition and practice of analysis and critical thinking such as psychKaleidescope headology, cognitive science, neuroscience, computer science, organizational science, political science, anthropology, criminology, economics, education, philosophy,

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