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The Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station's national security focus area works toward protecting the nation from internal and external vulnerabilities.

Strengths

  • Cybersecurity: malware infrastructure analysis, predictive cyber modeling and cryptography
  • Chemical process safety
  • Massively-parallel multiphysics computations and scientific computation
  • Nuclear non-proliferation, nuclear security sciences and policy implications
  • Nuclear irradiation services for medical industrial applications

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