DARPA-BAA-14-46: DSO Office-Wide, Response Date 6/16/2015
The mission of DSO is to identify and pursue high-risk/high-payoff research initiatives throughout a broad spectrum of science and engineering disciplines and to transform these initiatives into important, radically new military capabilities. In support of this mission, DSO is soliciting innovative research concepts of interest to defense and national security. FAQDSO Office-Wide BAA Proposers' Day Materials June 19-20, 2014Doing Business with DARPA Security Rules of the Road DSO Overview Program Manager Introductions Q&A and Interacting with DSO Questions from the DSO Proposers’ Day
DARPA-BAA-15-44: Revolutionary Enhancement of Visibility by Exploiting Active Light-fields (REVEAL), Response Date 7/30/2015
The goal of the Revolutionary Enhancement of Visibility by Exploiting Active Light-fields (REVEAL) program is to develop a comprehensive theoretical framework and the requisite technologies for maximum information extraction from complex scenes by leveraging the higher dimensions of the Plenoptic function and multiple degrees of freedom of light over all – both direct and indirect – photon pathways, i.e. single and multi-bounce photons (including decoding information from before the last “bounce”). If successful, this program will open up an entirely new dimension of design space and determine a roadmap for the next generation of technology to exploit this new framework.
DARPA-SN-15-51: Design of Dynamically Composed Systems of Systems Request for Information (RFI), Response Date 6/11/2015
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) Defense Sciences Office (DSO) is requesting information concerning research related to analysis and design frameworks for dynamically composed networked system of systems (SoS) architectures.
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