Abstract:In the area of supply chain integrity improvement, the US defense and intelligence sectors anticipate multiple uses for the forensic capability to characterize an electronic component for the purpose of identifying the semiconductor fabrication facility w
Abstract:…,000 depending on laser power and number of simultaneous isotope ratio measurements that will have capabilities comparable to LA-ICP-MS instruments costing between $200,000 and $400,000. The primary market niche is field measurements for nuclear forensics.… more
Abstract:… of radiological materials, particularly uranium isotopes and nuclear decay products related to weapons development is of high importance to the security of the United States and its allies. This technology would aid nuclear non-proliferation and nuclear forensics efforts. … more
Abstract:The collection, documentation, and transportation of contaminated material are sensitive and time consuming processes. Samples collected from nuclear related incidents complicate the process further. Proper packaging of technical nuclear forensic (TNF) samples is critical to… more
Abstract:… large detectors. Future applications for the windows will be for detectors having increased sensitivity to identify trace organic phases, characterize microelectronic and nanofabricated components, and perform X-ray science. The innovation will improve capabilities in … more
Abstract:…ommercial Applications and Other Benefits: This technology will allow the DOE to utilize new detector technology at its synchrotron light source sites which will enable faster X-ray analysis for many diverse fields such as crystallography, catalyst development, forensic sciences… more
Abstract:…ification of underground candidate sites and preliminary experiment cost estimates. In situ melting experiments performed at the SURF provide a unique opportunity to both evaluate seal designs in a deep underground environment and perform a mine-back excavation and forensic… more
Abstract:…. It is poised to speed up, to simplify and to make isotopic analysis more affordable than at present. We anticipate applications in ecological and agronomical studies, carbon sequestration, natural gas and oil exploration, medical diagnostics and therapies, forensics, homeland… more
Abstract:… to Mars. The immediate focus is on Mars but our concept is also highly germane to future landing missions to the Moon, other planets and their moons, asteroids, and to a broad range of applications in ecology, agronomy, nuclear industry, radio-chemotherapy, forensics,… more
Abstract:ABSTRACT: Today"s analysts have an exceptional amount of GMTI intelligence readily available to them for servicing Requests for Information (RFI) because of the growing plethora of GMTI collection systems and multiple forensic data archives; however, only a small fraction… more
Abstract:…, naval ships, and submarines. In the civilian market, CIMOSA could used to detect oxidative corrosion in coatings on commercial airplanes and automobiles, detection of false coatings on counterfeit electrical components, counterfeit drug detection, and forensics… more
Abstract:… challenges and enable many automated tools for the exploitation of WAMI data. These include: Tracking and handoff of high-value targets to and from WAMI data. Precision targeting. Mission Planning Automated Activity Analysis Real-time monitoring, and Forensic data… more
Abstract:…mising applications for the UV light emitting Plasma-shells include sterilization of surface areas, purification of air, medical light therapy, protein analysis, drug discovery, polymer and ink printing, optical sensors and instrumentation, UV ID verification, barcodes, forensic… more
Abstract:… performance at a Superfund field site. The impact of this research goes beyond the immediate focus on vapor intrusion monitoring. Improvements insample preparation methods can be applied wherever portable on-site analysis is desired, such as: workplace safety, forensic… more
Abstract:… of 7nm. Commercial Applications and Other Benefits: Applications include rapid, high resolution SIMS and RIMS (resonant ion mass spectrometry) analysis of actinides. The primary objective here is to enhance the analysis equipment used by our nations nuclear forensic… more
Abstract:… system, on its own it will be commercially useful in a wide variety of network security applications. A software embodiment of this system will be offered for sale as a tool for live monitoring of intrusions and malware infections, and for sophisticated network … more
Abstract:The Reducing Bandwidth using a Lightweight Analytic Discovery Environment (RBLADE) research and development effort will explore techniques for improving the ability of a Cyber Incident Response Team (CIRT) Analyst to conduct full, in-place, forensic analysis of remote networks… more
Abstract:… this technique, the analyst teaches the software tool new events by demonstrating actions on concrete examples. Once trained, AESOP processes incoming video and proactively identifies user-defined events in real-time while also indexing the video to simplify forensic analysis.… more
Abstract:…for HSI instruments with the expanded ROIC capabilities include airborne, field, in-line, on-process and laboratory uses, ranging from military surveillance, mineral exploration and environmental monitoring, to industrial quality assurance and inspection, food safety, forensics,… more
Abstract:… enable Air Force intelligence analysts to efficiently analyze data from online sources. Probabilistic inference methods for classification, entity resolution and clustering can semi-automatically detect and link multiple aliases, document timelines, forensically analyze… more
Abstract:… of the developed models and algorithms into a prototype trace chemical sensing platform capable of measuring complex odor profiles. This platform will have dual use applications: DoD and Homeland Security applications for tag, track and locate, civil law enforcement forensic… more
Abstract:… are fundamentally governed by processes that obey the laws of physics to include the knowledge of the earth science and their application such as meteorology, hydrology, oceanography, geology, energy production and management, regional and global climate change, forensic… more
Abstract:… will address critical needs across the field of archaeology and produce a commercially viable product with applications to problems in museum exhibition, numismatics, and digital art history. In addition, accurate processes will be widely applicable, including forensics,… more
Abstract:… use and monitor abstinence in patients after discharge. This highly innovative proposal is significant because the development of easy to use, relatively foolproof diagnostic tests for these disorders could find widespread acceptance in medical, civil and forensic… more
Abstract:Since the 1990s, numerous cases of illicit trafficking of nuclear materials have been reported. As a result, a new disciplinenuclear forensic sciencehas been developed to support tracking, testing, and forensic analysis of nuclear material. Obviously, nuclear forensic material… more
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