Energy Academic Group Research Overview
Energy Academic Group
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Energy research at the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) is highly diverse, reflecting the diverse interests of our highly capable faculty and students. A wide range of subject areas are covered by NPS energy research, including basic sciences, engineering, operations and analysis, and business. There is also an increasing amount of work that is cross disciplinary, involving faculty and students from multiple subject areas in solving the Navy, Marine Corps and DoD critical energy needs. Although energy research at the NPS is focused on the needs of the US military, much of the on-going research is unclassified and has both military and civilian applications. NPS energy research is funded by both internal and external programs. For the 2011/2012 academic year, the NPS funded over $250,000 worth of energy seed research from internal R&D funds. Total funding for energy research at the NPS in the 2011/2012 academic year has exceeded $2M. External sponsors include the Office of Naval Research, the Office of the Secretary of Defense, the Department of Energy, and various Navy warfare centers such as NAWC and NSWC.
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Wall, Jessica M. (Monterey, California: Naval Postgraduate School, 2016-03);This research is in response to a request from the United States Marine Corps Expeditionary Energy Office. The Marine Corps has identified its reliance on energy resources as a real threat to military security and a drag ...
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Wednesday Proceedings (2011-04-30); NPS-AM-11-017During his internship with the Graduate School of Business & Public Policy in June 2010, U.S. Air Force Academy Cadet Chase Lane surveyed the activities of the Naval Postgraduate School''s Acquisition Research Program in ...