The Intelligence and National Security Alliance is partnering with the Office of the Director of National Intelligence to showcase innovative ideas in intelligence.
INSA has issued a call for abstracts on a number of different intelligence-related research areas: from energy storage and robotics to WMD detection and cybersecurity.
The entries, which are due by tomorrow, will be judged by a panel of 75 government scientists and technologists selected by ODNI.
The one-page abstracts should include a brief discussion of the statement of the problem, specific aims, and the project’s specifics aims or hypothesis and include a concise overview of the research design including methods.
The winners will be announced June 28 at a presentation at MITRE Corporation.