By AF T3
Eglin Air Force Base – A Cooperative Research and Development Agreement has been signed between the Air Force Research Laboratory and SankhyaSutra Labs (SSL) located in Bangalore, India.
Under this agreement, headed by Senior Electronics Engineer Dr. Jeffery Allen, AFRL’s Munitions Directorate at Eglin AFB will contribute its expertise in Multiphysics Computational modeling and work with SSL to validate and help extend their existing unique capabilities in multiscale modeling to other domains not currently available to either party today.
“This is the first of its kind,” said Allen Geohagan, USAF Technology Transfer Specialist. “We have not done a CRADA like this before and as far as anyone can remember, this is the first Non-Domestic CRADA executed by the Munitions Directorate. The directorate has been doing other types of foreign agreements, but not CRADAs.”
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