USC ISI Wins Air Force Contract to Support 3D Imaging Tech Devt

usc-logoThe University of Southern California – Information Sciences Institute has won a $30.9 million contract to aid in the U.S. Air Force‘s efforts to develop technology development of non-destructive 3D imaging technology for integrated circuits.

The Defense Department said Tuesday the contract covers support for the Ptychography-based Rapid Imaging of Nano-Structures with Multi-layer Assemblies effort.

Work will occur in Arlington, Virginia; Marina del Rey, California; and Los Angeles, California through Jan. 24, 2022.

The Air Force Research Laboratory received 12 offers for the contract and will obligate $5,833,000 at the time of the award from fiscal 2016 research and development funds.

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