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ARMD uses NASA Research Announcements (NRAs) to solicit proposals for foundational research in areas where we need to enhance our core capabilities. Competition for NRA awards is open to both academia and industry.

The current open solicitation for ARMD Research Opportunities is ROA-2014.

There are no research solicitations at this time; amendments will be posted to the NSPIRES page and announced on this page as they occur.

Previous (closed) solicitations were ROA-2013, ROA-2011, ROA-2010, ROA-2009, ROA-2008, ROA-2007 and ROA-2006.

The following is general information related to the NRA process.
  • NRA solicitations are released by NASA Headquarters through the Web-based NASA Solicitation and Proposal Integrated Review and Evaluation System (NSPIRES).
  • All NRA technical work is defined and managed at NASA centers by project teams within each of the four program areas (Airspace Systems, Aviation Safety, Fundamental Aeronautics, Aeronautics Test Programs). NRA awards originate from the centers.
  • Competition for NRA awards is full and open.
  • Participation is open to all categories of organizations, including educational institutions, industry and nonprofit organizations.
  • Any information on NRA updates/amendments to ROAs is posted on the appropriate NSPIRES web pages as noted in the Amendment boxes below. ARMD sends notifications of NRA updates through the NSPIRES email system. In order to receive these email notifications, you must be a Registered User of NSPIRES. However, note that NASA is not responsible for inadvertently failing to provide notification of a future NRA. Parties are responsible for regularly checking the NSPIRES website for updated NRAs.
ROA-2014

ROA-2014 Awards (as of October 2014)
Program Area Project
Area
Title Principal Investigator Organ. State Co-Investigator/
Team Members
Period of Performance
Airspace Program Next-Gen Concept Technology and Dev. Similar Historical Days and Air Traffic Flow Management Response Strategies Mark Hansen University of California Berkeley CA David Lovell and Michael Ball (Univ. of Maryland, College Park), Kennis Yuen Man Chan (ATAC Corp.) Alexey Pozdnukhov (Univ. of Berkeley) 08/01/14 to 07/31/17
Airspace Program Next-Gen Concept Technology and Dev. Distributed Schemes for Integrated Arrival departure and Surface Scheduling Husni Idris Engility Corporation VA Jason Bertino (ATAC Corp.), Sharon Woods and Nolan Shen (Engility) 10/01/14 to 09/30/17
Airspace Program Next-Gen Concept Technology and Dev. A Concept of Operations for More Efficient Oceanic Airspace Using Trajectory-Based Operations Peter Hruz Metron Aviation, Inc. VA Taryn Lewis ( Metron Aviation, Inc.) 10/01/14 to 09/30/15
Airspace Program Next-Gen Concept Technology and Dev. Accelerating ATM into the Cloud Chris Brinton Mosaic ATM, Inc. VA Andrew Churchill, William Hall, Mike Hill, Jeremy Lindsey and Chris Wargo (Mosaic ATM, Inc.), John Bernard, Ryan Moore, Joseph Schoolfield (Harris Corp.) 10/01/2014 to 09/30/16
Airspace Program Next-Gen Concept Technology and Dev. Improved Efficiency in Oceanic Airspace via Trajectory Based Operations Alicia Fernandez Mosaic ATM, Inc. VA Juan Rebollo, Chris Brinton, Stephen Vail (Mosaic ATM, Inc.) Ken Breiding, John Brown (Boeing, Inc.) 09/22/14 to 09/21/2015
Airspace Program Next-Gen Concept Technology and Dev. Mapping experimental flight-test results using sub-scale aerial vehicles to the full scale operational environment of the NAS Yiannis Papelis Old Dominion Univ. Research Foundation VA Khan Iftekharuddin,Brett Newman and Menion Croll (Old Dominion University Research Foundation) 09/10/2014 to 09/09/2015
Airspace Program Next-Gen Concept Technology and Dev. Operational Concept for Efficient Oceanic Trajectory-Based Operations Jimmy Krozel The Innovation Laboratory, Inc. OR William S. Leber (PASSUR Aerospace, Inc.) Joe Krozel (The Innovation Laboratory, Inc) 10/01/14 to 09/30/15
Airspace Program Next-Gen Concept Technology and Dev. Intent-Based Data Mining for Identifying and Classifying Conflict Detection and Resolution from Historical Aircraft Track Data Bong-Jun Yang Optimal Synthesis, Inc. CA Inseok Hwang (Purdue University) 10/01/14 to 09/29/17
Airspace Program Next-Gen Concept Technology and Dev. Analysis and Recommendation of Traffic Flow Management Initiatives Kenneth Kuhn Rand Corporation CA Akhil Shah, Christopher Skeels (Rand Corporation) 10/01/14 to 09/30/17
Airspace Program Next-Gen Concept Technology and Dev. Methods Of Increasing Terminal Airspace Flexibility and Control Authority Sebastian Timar Sensis Corporation CA Aditya Saraf and Gaurav Nagle (Sensis Corp),David Myers, John Dwyer, and Aslaug Haraldsdottir (Boeing, Inc) 10/01/14 to 09/30/17
Airspace Program Next-Gen Concept Technology and Dev. Single Pilot Understanding through Distributed Simulation Michael Matessa Rockwell Collins, Inc. IA Vernol Battiste (San Jose State Univ. Research Foundation), Matthew Cover, Joseph Engler, Bradley Parker, Thomas Schnell (Univ. of Iowa), Thomas Strybel,Kim-Phuong Vu (Ca. State Univ.,Long Beach) Jason Wenger, (Rockwell Collins, Inc.) 10/01/14 to 09/29/17



+ ROA-2014 NRA Amendments

ROA-2014 NRA Amendments
Amendment 4 to the NASA ARMD Research Opportunities in Aeronautics (ROA) 2014 NRA has been posted on the NSPIRES site. This release solicits foundational research in Appendix E.2 in support of the Innovative Concepts for Aviation Project: Leading Edge Aeronautics Research for NASA (LEARN1). Proposals are sought which align with one or more of the six NASA Aeronautics Strategic thrusts: (1) Safe, Efficient Growth in Global Operations; (2) Innovation in Commercial Supersonic Aircraft; (3) Ultra-Efficient Commercial Vehicles; (4) Transition to Low-Carbon Propulsion; 5) Real-Time System-Wide Safety Assurance; and 6) Assured Autonomy for Aviation Transformation. NOIs are due July 28, 2014 and proposals are due August 20, 2014. 
Amendment 3 to the NASA ARMD Research Opportunities in Aeronautics (ROA) 2014 NRA has been posted on the NSPIRES site. This release includes the following 7 topics in Appendix A.4 for foundational research in support of the High Speed Project: (1) Sonic Boom Community Response Metric and Methodologies: Propagation of Shaped Sonic Booms Through Atmospheric Turbulence; (2) Sonic Boom Community Response Metric and Methodologies: Risk Reduction for Future Community Testing with a Low-Boom Flight Demonstration Vehicle; (3) Low Noise Propulsion for Low Boom Aircraft: Low-Cost Aeroacoustic Code for Supersonic Propulsion Exhaust System Design; (4) Low Noise Propulsion for Low Boom Aircraft: Low Noise Technologies for Low Boom Aircraft: Achieving Chapter 14 minus 10EPNdB; 5) High Altitude Emissions Research: Global Impact of High-Altitude Emissions from Supersonic Cruise Aircraft; 6) Flight Research and Validation : Development and Flight Validation of Sonic Boom Cockpit Display; and (7) Flight Research and Validation : In-Flight Flow Measurement and Visualization. NOIs are due April 24, 2014 and proposals are due May 29, 2014.
Amendment 2 to the NASA ARMD Research Opportunities in Aeronautics (ROA) 2014 NRA has been posted on the NSPIRES site. This release includes the following 6 topics in Appendix A.2 for foundational research in support of the Fixed Wing Project: (1) Hybrid Gas-Electric Propulsion System Conceptual Design; (2) Hybrid Gas Electric Propulsion: High Power Density MW-Class Non-Cryogenic Motor; (3) Advanced Gas-Turbine Propulsion: Low-Emissions, Fuel-Flexible N+3 Combustor Technology; (4) Advanced Gas-Turbine Propulsion: Small Core Turbomachinery Technology; (5) Advanced Wing Technology: Passive Aeroelastic Tailored Wing Technology; and (6) Advanced Wing Technology: Performance Adaptive Aeroelastic Wing Technology. NOIs are due April 3, 2014 and proposals are due May 7, 2014.
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), Headquarters, Aeronautics Research Mission Directorate (ARMD) Fiscal Year (FY) 2014 version of the NASA Research Announcement (NRA) entitled, "Research Opportunities in Aeronautics (ROA)” has been posted on the NSPIRES. Detailed requirements, including Proposal Due Dates will be stated in Appendices that address individual Thrust Areas. These appendices will be posted as Amendments to the ROA NRA and will be published as requirements materialize throughout the year. The initial release of this ROA 2014 NRA includes two solicitations (CTD1 and CTD2) in Appendix C.2 for foundational research on topics in support of the NextGen- Concepts and Technology Development Project. For both solicitations, NOIs are due January 24, 2014 and proposals are due February 28, 2014.





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