|ABOUT US: The C4I Center at George Mason University is the nation's first and only civilian university-based entity offering a comprehensive academic and research program in military applications of information technology. The center performs research in sensing and fusion, C3 architectures, communications and signal processing, command support and intelligent systems, modeling and simulation, and information systems. The center is allied with multiple academic departments. more...|
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GMU-AFCEA Symposium 2013
"Critical Issues in C4I"
21-22 May 2013
preceeded by DI2E Plugfest
20 May 2013
C4I seminar series
Dr. Todd C. Hughes
Chief Technology Officer,
Next Century Corporation
The Ozone Widget Framework:
An Open Source Web Application Display Environment for C4I
Friday, May 10, 2013, 11:00 AM
MSG-048 Coalition Battle Management Language has been awarded NATO's annual scientific achievement award. The C4I Center was a key participant in this NATO Technical Activity. more..
C4I faculty associate Dr. Sam Malek has been awarded an National Science Foundation Career award for his project entitled "A Mining-Based Approach for Consistent and Timely Adaptation of Component-Based Software." more..
Northern Virginia Magazine has published an article noting C4I participation in a crowdsourcing disaster simulation last fall. more..
Dr. Per Gustavsson, Affliate Faculty with the C4I Center, has just been awarded a two year grant on the "Effectiveness of C2 in Complex and Uncertain Environments" by the Swedish Foundation for Strategic Research (Stiftelsen för Strategisk Forskning (SFF)). more..
The GMU C4I Center gave a demonstration of the C2 Collaborative Research Testbed at I/ITSEC 2012. Major Alexandre Barreto gave a Demonstration of his PhD research using the C2 Testbed, and also presented a paper at the conference. more..
Dr Michael Hieb, Research Associate Professor and Dr. Daniel Maxwell, Research Affiliate, have received notification that a paper that they submitted to the Interservice Industry Training, Simulation and Education Conference (I/ITSEC) has won the Best Paper Award.
More C4I Center news
Military Graduate Student
RESEARCHThe research program is structured around the command and control process. The process involves production of data and transforming it into information, processing information for decision making , and dissemination of data, orders, information, and control through communication systems. The Center research program is designed in such a way that investigators explore all aspects of this process, as well as the total process. more..