The Air Force Office of Scientific Research (AFOSR) is video streaming its annual Spring Review from 5 through 9 March, 2012. Program Managers will discuss what they have funded over the last year as well as insight into trends and plans for the future basic research programs of interest to the Air Force.
This year the public is invited to participate virtually by accessing the AFOSR Spring Review 2012 site. An online moderator will be available to field a limited number of clarifying questions for each speaker session via Twitter (#askAFOSR).
The agenda includes (links are to .pdf slides): Introduction to Mathematics, Information and Life Sciences Directorate, Dr. Hugh DeLong, Interim Director AFOSR/RSL; Introduction to Aerospace, Chemical and Material Sciences, Dr. Joan Fuller, Interim Director AFOSR/RSA; and Atomic and Molecular Physics , Dr. Tatjana Curcic, Program Manager AFOSR/RSE.
AFOSR provides basic research funding to further progress towards Air Force mission needs. Headquarters are based in Arlington, VA with smaller global locations in London, Tokyo, and Santiago to facilitate international research efforts. AFOSR provides grants to university researchers, contracts to industry, and funding for DoD laboratories. AFOSR is part of the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL).