When the US military gathers vital intelligence from 10 miles above the earth, our image processing systems are on board. When hypersonic vehicles are deployed, they’ll use advanced materials developed in our laboratories to withstand temperatures to 3030ºC. And when man reaches Mars, Southern Research will have helped to get there, live there, and come home.
Whether it’s for propulsion and re-entry, satellites and spacecraft, or any other high-tech sector, if you need to determine how advanced materials and systems perform in extreme environments, SR Engineering can help. Bring us your most challenging problems, and we’ll find smart solutions. Efficiently and affordably. Because we have some of the best minds in the business ready to work for you.
Southern Research maintains longstanding relationships with numerous federal agencies that have contracted for our services. Following is an overview of our current agency-specific prime contract vehicles.
Southern Research is pleased to announce the hiring of Dr. Mark Opeka to our Engineering team at Southern Research as a Materials Engineering Fellow. He previously served as a Subject […]
Southern Research, through the ARPAe program, has been installing robotic systems in some of our labs. They are currently being used for our research into autonomous maintenance of nuclear energy […]
When the Southern Research Engineering Division talks about testing materials in extreme environments, it usually is referring to measuring properties at very high temperatures up to 5500 °F. However, going […]