ARC’s Environment research areas include: soil and groundwater remediation; radioactive waste; deactivation of nuclear facilities (D&D); water resources; and novel applications of GIS tools. Energy research is in: radiochemistry & nuclear power; clean coal; and green and sustainable technologies.
ARC is recognized as a global solution provider of advance and complex Applied Artificial Intelligence, Cyber Security, and Enterprise Systems. Our solutions are tailored to deliver critical information for Cyber, Nuclear, Robotics, IoT, Blockchain and Sensor/Network areas.
At ARC, both applied and basic research are being conducted in areas of engineering that spans across multiple disciplines including Composites, Computational Mechanics and Robotics.
The Workforce Development Program is an innovative program between DOE-EM and FIU-ARC to create a “pipeline” of minority engineers specifically trained and mentored to enter the DOE workforce in technical areas of need.
Florida International University is hosting a Technology Showcase at Florida International University’s Applied Research Center. The purpose of the meeting is to review the current R&D efforts being conducted at FIU-ARC in support of U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Office of Environmental Management and the Office of Legacy Management. Participants include stakeholders from across the DOE Complex including Washington River Protection Solutions (WRPS), Central Plateau Engineering, Savannah River National Laboratory,...Continue Reading More News