Since 1980, Applied Mathematics, Inc. (AMI), has conducted research and development; modeling, simulation, stimulation and analysis support; and software engineering, development, programming, and network support projects for the U.S. Department of Defense, the United Kingdom Department of Defence, and industry.
We have completed over one hundred fifty (150) research and development projects including prime contracts with the U.S. Navy, U.S. Air Force, U.S. Army, U.S. Coast Guard, Missile Defense Agency, Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Department of Transportation, and the National Science Foundation.
Contract Awarded: 30 June 2016
Contract Number: N00178-16-D-8566
Zones: Zone 1 (Northeast); Zone 2 (National Capital); Zone 3 (Mid Atlantic); Zone 6 (Southwest)
Task Orders: None
Team Members: Applied Mathematics, Inc., is the sole member on this Seaport-e contract
Functional Area 3.1: Research and Development Support
Functional Area 3.3: Modeling, Simulation, Stimulation, and Analysis Support
Functional Area 3.6: Software Engineering, Development, Programming, and Network Support
Applied Mathematics, Inc. conducted research and development in underwater acoustics and signal processing; modeling and simulation of ASW aircraft and submarine geometries and dynamics; and software development in C and MATLAB for Naval Sea Systems Command.
For the U.S. Army Research Office, we conducted research and development in mathematical methods in the areas of Uncertainty Quantification, stochastic estimation, and optimization. Software development of computer codes for solving differential equations, non-linear optimization, and stochastic parameter estimations were an essential component of this project.
For the Missile Defense Agency, Applied Mathematics, Inc. conducted research and development of ballistic missile trajectories, their radar and EO/IR signatures, and sensor performance data. Statistical analysis of flight test data was conducted in order to develop and validate models for use in sensor data fusion. Computer models and simulation of ballistic missile trajectories and sensor data streams were developed and used to evaluate algorithm performance. Code was developed and tested in C and MATLAB.
For Inquiries on Customer Satisfaction and the Seaport-e Program contact:
William J. Browning
Quality Assurance Program
The principal means of ensuring high quality is to use highly-qualified experienced personnel. Our staff consists of such individuals with a proven record of performance to the highest technical standards. Prior to any delivery to our clients, a technical review is conducted by our Technical Director. We provide our clients with technical documentation sufficient to obtain a second technical opinion should they desire. Applied Mathematics, Inc., quality management approach is designed to prevent and reduce problems that might affect our ability to complete our projects on time and within project budget.