Commonwealth Technology Innovation (CTI), a subsidiary of US based SJE Group investment Alion Science and Technology, has been awarded a US$12M task order for Engineering Research and Maintenance Support for the Plasma Physics Division of the US Naval Research Laboratory (NRL).
CTI will support the Laser Plasma Branch Programs at NRL and related work in the Plasma Physics Division in the areas of experimental and theoretical physics, numerical simulations, and the design and development of advanced high-energy lasers. The majority of this work will involve support of research related to laser fusion and high energy density plasmas. CTI will also provide research and development support to the NIKE and ELECTRA high energy excimer laser systems and to other smaller laser systems used in the Laser Plasma Branch research.
The SJE Group congratulates Steve Schorer (CEO, CTI) and the rest of the talented leadership team at CTI.
Commonwealth Technology Innovation (CTI) has over four-plus decades providing specialised hardware and mission support for its Intelligence, Defense, and Security customers’ leading edge requirements. CTI is an agile, responsive company focused on providing global solutions in a “quick-reaction-capability” environment.