NS-CTA

Integrated Research Center for Network Sciences Collaborative Technology Alliance Army Research Laboratory

Funded by the Army Research Laboratory (subcontract from BBN Technologies), Award number W911NF-09-02-0053.

The Network Science Collaborative Technology Alliance (NS CTA) is a collaborative research alliance between the US Army Research Laboratory (ARL), other government researchers, and a Consortium of four research centers:

  1. SCNAR, the Social/Cognitive Academic Research Center
  2. INARC, the  Information Networks Academic Research Center
  3. CNARC, the Communications Networks Academic Research Center
  4. IRC, Interdisciplinary Research Center

The Alliance unites research across organizations, technical disciplines, and research areas to address the critical technical challenges of the Army and Network-Centric Warfare (NCW). Its purpose is to perform foundational cross-cutting research on network science, resulting in greatly enhanced human performance for network-enabled warfare and in greatly enhanced speed and precision for complex military operations.

SONIC participates in the INARC and IRC

Research Studies

MTS Experiment

C-IKNOW 6DOS

My Dream Team

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Publications and Presentations:

Twyman, M., Ma, L., Srivatsa, M., Cansever, D., & Contractor, N. Searching Networks to Assemble Teams. Paper presented at Army Research Laboratory Network Science Collaborative Technology Alliance Annual Technical Meeting, Newark, Deleware, May 2-3, 2017.

(Poster) Twyman, M., Ma, L., Srivatsa, M., Cansever, D., & Contractor, N. Searching Networks to Assemble Teams. NetSci 2017 International School and Conference on Network Science, Indianapolis, Indiana, June 19-23, 2017.

Investigators:

Noshir Contractor

SONIC Team Members:

Marlon Twyman