Breaking new ground
Conducting original, peer-reviewed, and independently funded research, Improbable U.S. Defense & National Security explores topics ranging from statistical methods for calibration of agent-based models to performance programming for simulation and AI.
The U.S. research team is interested in growing our network. If you want to join a global group of researchers that includes the Virginia Modeling, Analysis & Simulation Center at Old Dominion University, The Alan Turing Institute, the Royal Society, and the universities of Old Dominion, Leeds, Oxford, Bristol among others, please reach out.
Academic licenses to our technologies in order to collaborate on mutual, or independent research purposes are available.
Myridian - a new kind of scientific alliance
Our UK counterparts launched the Myridian program to make the latest research and technological innovations available, useful, and usable to leaders and decision makers across government and defense – and to do so more quickly and economically than is currently possible.
The program launched this year with some of the UK’s leading academic institutions and research organizations, including the universities of Bristol, Durham, Leeds, Manchester, and Oxford.
We are currently looking to expand our partner network here in the U.S. in order to launch a parallel program in 2023. Select academic and research organizations focused on fields such as modeling and simulation, data analytics, AI and machine learning, social dynamics and human behavior, or distributed systems can be eligible for academic licenses to our technologies in order to collaborate on mutual research or for their own research purposes.
If you or your organization has an expertise in any of the above fields, we encourage you to contact us to signal your interest in our capabilities, joint research, or to join as an inaugural U.S. Myridian program member.