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Projects/Programs

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Robust Inter-Domain Routing

We live in a network-centric society that increasingly relies on the Internet’s routing infrastructure to facilitate human communication, connect users to

Safety of Building Occupants Project

NIST will develop a model to predict evacuation decision-making during fires through a better understanding and quantification of the risk perceived by

Safety and Security Technologies

The safety and security of citizens is enhanced when law enforcement and “criminal justice” agencies and the military use the appropriate and properly

Scanning-electron microscopy

Scanning-electron microscopy is a primary method of measuring nanostructure dimensions. The Nanostructure Fabrication and Measurement Group advances measurement

Scientific Workflow

The ubiquity of computers has profoundly influenced science. Sophisticated software tools and easy access to high-performance computing promises to be a

SDO/EVE/ESP Calibration

NASA launched the Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) satellite on 11 Feb 2010 on a mission to study the sun. The EUV Variability Experiment (EVE) on SDO contains

Security Aspects of Electronic Voting

The Help America Vote Act (HAVA) of 2002 was passed by Congress to encourage the upgrade of voting equipment across the United States. HAVA established the

Security Content Automation Protocol

Currently, automation for vulnerability management, compliance management, and related software is sparse and typically functional only within one vendors

Security for Internet Systems and IETF

The field of security metrology is early in its development. Organizations collect many individual measures, but often do not understand how to analyze those