The University Consortium for Applied Hypersonics (UCAH) is an inclusive, collaborative ecosystem of universities working with government, industry, national laboratories, federally funded research centers, and existing university affiliated research centers. It aims to deliver the innovation and workforce needed to advance modern hypersonic flight systems in support of national defense.
The Government anticipates awarding numerous prototyping/research projects per fiscal year through the Consortium. The project topics will span various areas within applied and advanced research.
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Joint Hypersonics Transition Office
Under Secretary of Defense for Research and Engineering