DRCSI News: Director to Brief in U.S.-India Workshop, Center for Decision, Risk, Controls and Signals Intelligence
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High level defense scientists and experts from the U.S. Department of Defense will be joining the experts from India's Defense Research Development Organization (DRDO) in New Delhi in September to hold a joint scientific workshop in Directed Energy Weapon Systems, Unmanned Systems and Autonomy, and Cognitive Sciences. The U.S. team includes scientists from Army Research Laboratories (ARL), Office of Naval Research (ONR), Naval Warfare Systems Centers, Air Force Research Laboratories (AFRL), Joint Technology Office (JTO) for High Energy Lasers and DRCSI Director (S. S. Sritharan) from NPS. The meeting, organized by the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD), will be expected to stimulate partnerships and collaborations between United States and India in these high priority defense science disciplines.
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