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Each year, LAS collaborates with more than 20 partners from academia and industry on projects that support our mission and research themes. Many of these partners are selected through our rigorous white paper submission process.

Academic Institution Partners

Collaboration with leading faculty and bright students is a core aspect of LAS, and we’re proud to apply their academic research and discoveries to the operational environment. 

Fayetteville State University
Georgia Institute of Technology
George Washington University
North Carolina State University
Northwestern University
Penn State University
Rochester Institute of Technology
Smith College
St. Louis University
University of Arizona
University of Arkansas at Little Rock
University of Georgia
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
University of Rhode Island
University of Texas at Dallas
Vanderbilt University
Washington University in St. Louis
Whitman College
Worcester Polytechnic Institute

Industry Partners

We strive to integrate industry into the LAS research program to ensure that emerging techniques, methodologies, and concepts will be carried forward into the operational environment.

Amazon Web Services
Dell Technologies
Erias Ventures
Kairos Research
PUNCH Cyber Analytics Group
Resilient Cognitive Solutions
Rockfish Research
RTX BBN Technologies
SAS Institute

National Lab Partners

National Laboratories, under the U.S. Department of Energy, are leaders in innovation and conduct scientific research and development across a broad spectrum of science and technology. Our partnerships with national labs are long-term and allow for laboratory employees to be embedded at LAS. 

Since 2015, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) has been an active collaborator and partner with LAS. With a strong focus on leveraging subject matter expertise across technical domains, PNNL’s additional integration with the LAS research mission supports a variety of opportunities for cross-organizational staff engagements. Seminar series talks, immersive workshops, and project-specific collaborations continue to support the growth of this unique partnership with the Department of Energy.