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Research Opportunities at the Office of Naval Research (ONR) Walter L. Dixon, Ph. D Office of Naval Research dixonw@onr.navy.mil 13 Dec 04 Objectives Provide Overview of ONR Science Codes Proposal Response & Preparation Product Delivery & follow-up Naval FY 04 S&T Budget

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research opportunities at the office of naval research onr

Research Opportunities atthe Office of Naval Research (ONR)

Walter L. Dixon, Ph. D

Office of Naval Research

dixonw@onr.navy.mil

13 Dec 04

objectives
Objectives

Provide

  • Overview of ONR Science Codes
  • Proposal Response & Preparation
  • Product Delivery & follow-up
naval fy 04 s t budget
Naval FY 04 S&T Budget

Naval Labs and Centers

32%

University & Nonprofit

54%

14%

Industry

15%

41%

44%

22%

15%

63%

Basic Research

20%

Advanced Technology Development

42%

Applied Research

38%

Investment by Performer

6.1

6.2

6.3

don s t spectrum
DON S&T Spectrum

Basic

Research

Applied

Research

Advanced

Technology

Exploitation & Deployment (Outputs)

Discovery & Invention (Enablers)

  • SupporttoAcquisition (FNC)
  • Program of Record Improvements
  • Heavily requirements-based
  • Generally evolutionary
  • Naval Unique/Essential
  • Maintain workforcecore competencies
  • Address primarily Naval interest areas
  • Leap-ahead Warfighting Capability
  • Concept & need driven
  • Transformational
  • DoD and DoN Leadership priorities
  • Idea Exploration
  • Opportunity-based investment
  • High impacts/surprises
code 31
Code 31
  • Information, Electronics and Surveillance (Code 31)
    • Electronics
    • Mathematics, Computer and Information Sciences
    • Surveillance, Communications, and Electronic Combat
  • Focus Areas
    • surveillance capabilities, communications, command and control
    • new concepts for electronic devices
    • application of information sciences to complex problems including human-computer interaction
    • electronic warfare
circuits architectures
Circuits & Architectures
  • Submission date: ongoing
  • Note: Proposals are preferred by 1 April of each year
  • Average Award: $115,000
  • This program seeks innovative new circuit and architecture
  • concepts to exploit new device technologies such as
  • nanostructure devices, non-volatile memory,
  • nondestructive-readout memory, and high power switches,
  • well as multifunctional circuit concepts.
  • Point of Contact
  • Director
  • Phone: 703-588-1920
  • E-mail: 312_CA@onr.navy.mil
code 32
Code 32
  • Sensing and Systems and Processes and Prediction (Code 32)
    • Sensing and Systems
    • Processes and Prediction
  • Focus areas
    • Battlespace Environments - (BSE)
      • Observing, modeling, and predicting both small and large scale processes in the air/ocean/shore environments
      • traditional oceanographic and meteorological disciplines
    • Anti-Submarine Warfare - (ASW)
      • Detecting, localizing, and classifying submarines with active and passive acoustics as well as non-acoustic means.
      • enhanced by automated data fusion, environmental understanding and modeling
    • Mine Warfare - (MIW)
      • Detecting, localizing, identifying, and neutralizing mines
      • improving offensive mining capabilities, Naval Special Warfare/Explosive Ordnance Disposal
      • Advanced Force Operations
sensing systems
Sensing & Systems
  • Points of Contact:
  • Active Sonar Signal Processing (Discovery and Invention)Phone: 703-243-1160 E-mail: 321_US@onr.navy.mil
  • Counter-Torpedo Detection, Classification and Localization (Future Naval Capability)Phone: 703-588-0615E-mail: 321_US_CTDCL@onr.navy.mil
  • Data Fusion Technology (Discovery and Invention)Phone: 703-696-4399E-mail: 321_US@onr.navy.mil
code 33
Code 33
  • Engineering, Materials, and Physical Sciences (Code 33)
    • Physical Sciences S&T
    • Materials Science & Technology;
    • Mechanics and Energy Conversion S&T
    • Ship Hull, Mechanical, Electrical Systems S&T
    • Navy S&T Ship Office
  • Focus areas
    • chemistry;
    • physics;
    • structural & functional materials;
    • structural, solid, & fluid mechanics;
    • propulsion;
    • energetics;
    • and hull, mechanical, & electrical systems.
materials science technology
Materials Science & Technology
  • Coatings, Corrosion and Oxidation
  • Condition-Based Monitoring and Life Prediction
  • Nondestructive Evaluation/Inspection
  • Tribology
  • Material Processing Science and Technology
  • Piezoelectric, Electrostrictive and Magnetostrictive, Materials
  • Structural and Propulsion Materials
  • Seaborne Structural Metallics
  • Shore Facilities Materials
  • Point of Contact:
  • Director
  • Phone: 703-696-4309
  • E-mail: 332_Contact@onr.navy.mil
code 34
Code 34
  • Human Systems Department (Code 34)
    • Medical and Biological S&T
    • Cognitive, Neural and Social S&T
  • Focus areas
    • exploration programs that are at the leading edges of medical science
    • human performance
    • biotechnology
    • training and human factors
    • neural information processing
    • biorobotics
code 35
Code 35
  • Naval Expeditionary Warfare (Code 35)
    • Strike Technology
    • Expeditionary Warfare Operations
  • Focus areas
    • aeronautics, avionics
    • propulsion, ballistics, warheads
    • missile guidance, seekers
    • parallel distributed processing
    • technology programs particularly associated with Marine Corps/ground combat applications
strike technology
Strike Technology
  • This division is structured into two major programs, weapons technology and aircraft technology. These programs directly support Navy S & T requirements for Joint Strike Warfare involving Air Superiority and Precision Attack, and Air and Surface Battlespace requirements of Joint Littoral Warfare involving Aircraft, Naval Surface Fire Support, and Ship Self Defense.
strike technology15
Strike Technology

Weapons Technology

Aircraft Technology

Point of Contact:

Director

Phone: 703-696-5116

E-mail: 351_Contact@onr.navy.mil

aircraft technology
Aircraft Technology
  • These technologies include: at-sea supportability enhancements (seabased aircraft support); aircraft engine efficiency, durability, maintainability and reliability improvements (propulsion); low-risk insertion of advanced integrated modular avionics, and fully integrated, on-board mechanical diagnostics and vehicle health monitoring (integrated avionics); displays to provide new mission and weapon aiming (cockpit); reconfigurable flight control effectors, agile flight dynamics and aerodynamic shaping (aerodynamics); lightweight, affordable composite structures (aerostructures); and technologies that reduce the signature of the aircraft (low observables).
code 36
Code 36
  • Industrial and Corporate Programs (Code 36)
    • Manufacturing Technology
    • Product Innovation
    • Corporate Programs
    • SBIR/STTR
  • Focus areas
    • interdisciplinary
    • Workforce renewal
    • industrial/academic outreach
opportunities
Opportunities
  • University Research Initiatives (URI)
    • The Multidisciplinary Research Program of the University Research Initiative (MURI) is a multi-agency DoD program that supports research teams whose efforts intersect more than one traditional science and engineering discipline
uri topics onr
URI Topics (ONR)
  • Detection and Sensing Below the Shot Noise Limit
  • Novel Dielectric Materials for High Pulsed Power Capacitors
  • Multi-Energy Processing Science
  • Realtime Sensing, Prediction, and Response to Evolving Nonlinear Wavefields
  • Materials Manufacturing Processes, Interface Control, and Reliability of Nanostructure Enhanced Devices for Energy Conversion and Realization of High Performance Systems
  • GaN Based mm-Wave Sources
  • Exploitation of the Coherent Structures in River and Estuarine Flows for DoD Operations in Denied Areas
  • Magnetic Detection S&T
  • Revolutionary Approaches to Hypersonic Materials
  • Radically New Approaches for Robust Speech-to-Text
acquisition website
Acquisition Website

http://www.onr.navy.mil/