Globalization & Maritime Security Conference Report
Naval Postgraduate School
Temasek Defence Systems Institute
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At the initiative of the TDSI Management Board, the 1st security workshop was held in November 2004 at NPS, Monterey where 16 researchers from Singapore met their NPS counterparts. The goal was to enable faculties from NUS and NPS to meet and share their research experiences with a view of enhancing mutual trust and establishing networks for joint collaboration in research and teaching. The 24 presentations and social interactions that November achieved this goal. The 2nd Workshop was held in December 2005 in Hawaii where 41 participants from 10 organisations, including Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, met. The venue for the 3rd Workshop moved to Singapore in December 2006. Its theme “Maritime Security: from harbours through straits and open seas” attracted 74 participants from 15 organisations, including the USN Pacific Command and Royal Swedish Navy. Its resounding success concluded that the next meeting be held earlier—in summer 2007—at NPS. The 4th Workshop at NPS in June 2007 saw 28 presentations on Maritime Security, Modelling and Technology and group brainstorming sessions which identified 3 research areas. Several months later, 143 participants from Australia, USA and Singapore met at Singapore in December 2007 for the 5th Maritime Security Workshop. They consolidated the research areas requiring sponsorship at the close of that meeting. We now present the report for the 6th Security Workshop held in Washington DC, USA 29-31 July 2008.
NPS Report NumberNPS-CI-2009-1
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