Norwich University students, Darek Wilcox and Mario Caruso III, joined NUARI Vice President, Scott Manning on a trip to Abu Dhabi where they attended the Rabdan Policing and Security Conference
October 2015. National Tabletop Exercise for Institutions of Higher Education .
Sibos 2015 Singapore.
Quantum Dawn III Norwich University's Cyber Gaming Software Utilized in Quantum Dawn 3 Cybersecurity Exercise
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Assuring U.S. resilience in the event of cyber conflict
Rapid prototyping and fielding of man-portable technologies that expand the capabilities of US forces
Filling knowledge gaps to allow for transformational, revolutionary, and embryonic opportunities with many technological applications
Development of learning programs capable of improving culture and language knowledge that enable international security
Development of learning programs by creating effective technology-based instruction.
Solutions that sense/detect and remediate water contaminants so that water quality meets or exceeds the U.S. EPA standards for potable water.


November 23th, 2015

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NUARI's Cyber Gaming Software Utilized in Quantum Dawn 3 Cybersecurity Exercise September 17, 2015

Sibos Singapore 2015. Virtual storm: Cyber Crisis Simulation October 12, 2015

2015 National Seminar and Tabletop Exercise for Institutions of Higher Education Oct 26, 2015 — Oct 27, 2015

The "Policing and Security" Conference Kicks off in Abu Dhabi November 4th, 2015

NUARI conducts rapid research, develops and deploys needed technologies, and addresses related policy and technology issues to enhance a national capability for preparedness and response. NUARI serves national and international public interest through the study of critical issues and the development of related training and educational programs. NUARI accomplishes its mission through development of strategic alliances, partnerships, collaborations, and outreach programs with diverse public and private sector stakeholders; communities of governmental and non-governmental organizations, academic and research institutions; and business and industry associations and entities. NUARI is comprised of six research institutes to accomplish its mission, viz. Cyber Conflict Research Institute (CCRI), Defense Technologies Research Institute (DTRI), Institute for Advanced Sciences Convergence (IASC), International Clean Water Institute (ICWI), Learning Technologies Research Institute (LTRI), and the Institute for the Study of Culture and Language. Each institute has a specific mission, vision, and services with the overall NUARI mission to excel in national safety and security by providing strategic solutions pathways to field-ready and applied technologies through dedicated staff, consultants, and subject matter experts.

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Cyber Conflict Research Institute

Conducts research on cyber threats and develops technologies and models to better understand cyber conflict

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Defense Technologies Research Institute

Promotes research and development of man-portable systems and technologies for U.S. forces

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Institute for Advanced Sciences Convergence

Leverages multidisciplinary research to develop next-generation technologies

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Learning Technologies Research Institute

LTRI is experienced in tailoring an approach to fit the customer's need. Always the right solution for your audience, content, and delivery methods.

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Institute for the Study of Culture and Language

ISCL's mission is to promote research in language and culture and development of learning programs for improving culture and language knowledge and skills in support of international security.

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International Clean Water Institute

Develops remediation strategies for contaminated water and solutions for improved water quality, safety, and distribution

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Norwich University Applied Research Institutes (NUARI) was federally chartered under legislation sponsored by Sen. Patrick Leahy in 2002 and is funded in part through the Department of Homeland Security and the Department of Defense. NUARI has a national center to address cyber incident management challenges through research, training programs and technology development and has been a global leader for more than a decade in developing cyber war gaming, distributed learning technology, distributed simulation technology, critical infrastructure exercises, and cyber security curriculum.

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