This is a collection with contents mapped (derived) from the entire Theses and Dissertations collection.

To browse all documents in this collection, please click GO next to the search box at the top of this screen. You will then see an option to sort in any order.

The mission of the Department of Systems Engineering is to provide relevant, tailored, and unique advanced education and research programs in Systems Engineering in order to increase the combat effectiveness of US and Allied armed forces and to enhance the security of the United States.

Recent Submissions

  • Optimizing Fuel Delivery Ashore: An Analysis on Fuel Delivery from the Ship to the Shore 

    Graziani, Michael; Konicki, Andrew; Duchene, Eric (Monterey, California: Naval Postgraduate School, 2016);
    There are an increasing number of countries that are obtaining or improving their A nti - Access/Area Denial (A 2AD ) capabilities. These are capabilities that seek to inhibit military movement into a theater ...
  • Advanced airborne defensive laser for incorporation on strike fighter aircraft 

    Cannon, Stephen; Kaniss, Timothy; Lautzenheiser, Nathan; Rios, Cesar; Siegel, Greyson; Smith, Jeremy; Wright, Eric (Monterey, California: Naval Postgraduate School, 2017-09);
    This report is a technical and operational analysis of an airborne hard-kill laser-based anti-missile system for use on strike fighters. The analysis begins with a set of requirements and a concept of operations showing ...
  • Improved Airfield Damage Assessment System (IADAS) capstone 

    Baker, Jennifer; Chinoski, David; Haka, George; Masco, John; Patchet, Edwin; Squire, Cynthia (Monterey, California: Naval Postgraduate School, 2017-09);
    Timeliness is paramount when restoring partial airfield capability after an airfield has been damaged. The project’s focus was to develop conceptual system alternatives for improving the timeliness of airfield damage ...
View More