Air Force Research Laboratory – Information Directorate
The Air Force Research Laboratory Information Directorate leads the discovery, development, and integration of affordable warfighting information technologies for air, space, and cyberspace forces. It develops novel and affordable command, control, communications, computing, cyber, and intelligence (C4I) technologies.
Automated data carving suite for fast recovery and...
Finding, recovering, and reducing false positive output from files that may have been deleted, corrupted or that are embedded inside another file
Asynchronous clock multiplexer for circuit board testing
Glitch free, multi-clock, asynchronous control circuit
Moving target defense for cloud networks
Continual self-destruction and reincarnation of cloud-based virtual machines offers a proactive defense to hacking attacks
Detecting background music audio contamination
Improved audio processing by identifying interfering music
Crowdsensing app that locates lost persons
Enables the location of lost children or others not carrying smartphones
On-chip photon generator
Integrated photonic device creates entangled photon states or single photons required for quantum computing
Chip trojan leak blocker
Circuit-level design technique addresses hardware security concerns related to outsourced manufacturing and supply chain corruption
Hyper-entanglement photon server
Secure free space laser communications system based on the distribution of secret key material for network access authentication and replenishment of seed keys for...
FIFO hardware buffer for microprocessor
Efficient means to handle queued data packets characterized by high data rates
Meta computational framework to create highly focused datasets...
Creating objective datasets from a user’s information focus as well as the input and output data patterns of software tools
Enhanced hardware security for fabless ICs
Circuit-level technique that can strongly resist data leakage