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2011 Community College Interns




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Summer 2013 
Interns A-P, Q-Z
Mentors

 
Summer 2012 
Interns A-G, G-M, M-R,R-Z
Mentors

Interns in alphabetical order A-G

Summer 2011
Interns A-G, G-R, S-Y


Summer 2010
Interns A-O, O-Y


 
Interns A-G

 Intern: Juan Amaral
Major: Undeclared
Mentor: Dan Brutzman
Partner: Luciano Cerritos
Project: Creating and Testing Remote Operated Vehicle Using X3D
Intern: Yaritza Ascencio
Major: Undeclared
Mentor: James Newman
Partner: Phillip Yee
Project: High Altitude Balloon

This summer project was the continuation of creating ROV (Remote Operate Vehicle) models using X3D-Edit. X3D-Edit is a software that was created at Naval Postgraduate School in the SAVAGE laboratory. X3D-Edit is JAVA base software that was built on top of NetBeans. X3D-Edit is program that use VRML to enables scene- graph files for the web. Continue reading...

                 

The purpose of our project is to fly a High Altitude Balloon (HAB) to near space to receive information about the weather, gas, pressure, location, and pictures of near space. Near space is the part of the Earth’s atmosphere where there is little air, but not high enough to interfere with satellites. Continue reading...

               

Intern: Luciano Cerritos
Major: Mechanical Engineering
Mentor: Dan Brutzman
Partner: Juan Amaral
Project: Creating and Testing Remote Operated Vehicle Using X3D  
Intern: Will Chernetsky
Major: Electrical Engineering
Mentor: Tood Weatherford
Project: Simulating GaN HEMTs with Silvaaco ATLAAS

This summer project was the continuation of creating ROV (Remote Operate Vehicle) models using X3D-Edit. X3D-Edit is a software that was created at Naval Postgraduate School in the SAVAGE laboratory. X3D-Edit is JAVA base software that was built on top of NetBeans. X3D-Edit is program that use VRML to enables scene- graph files for the web. Continue reading...



               

Gallium Nitride High Electron Mobility Transistors (GaN HEMTs) are wide band semiconductor devices with applications in radar, microwave transmitters, and power electronics. As these de- vices begin to replace the current transistors installed in the aforementioned technologies over the next few years, their reliability needs to be tested with both measurement and simulation. Continue reading...

               

Intern: Jelani Curiel
Major: Undeclared
Mentor: Brian Steckler
Partner: Leonel Munoz
Project: Hastily Formed Networks
Intern: Andrew Davis
Major: Computer Science
Mentor: Arijit Das
Partner: David Espinosa
Project: Java Portlet

In Disaster situations, amidst the chaos and the Surprise of the unfolding events, many issues arise. Organizing the Slough of first responders, setting up a communication system with Insufficient Infrastructure are amongst the most challenging. Our Goal is to set up An Autonomous emergency Communication network for Non Gove mental Organizations (NGO’s) in Humanitarian Aid And Dis- aster Relief (HA/DR) Situations. Continue reading...


               

The purpose of our project is to create a deployable portlet. A portlet is a component within a webpage or portal that access information through the database. An example of a portlet would be a calendar “box” on a website or an instant messaging “box.” It’s use in the context of NPS is to have preexisting software incorporate these portlets being that there isn’t the ability to customize what the preexisting software can do. Continue reading...

               

Intern: David Espinoza
Major: Computer Science
Mentor: Tony Kendall
Partner: Andrew Davis
Project: Java Portlet
Intern: Rudy Garcia
Major: Mathematics
Mentor: Dr. Young Kwon
Project: Underwater Shock Tube

The purpose of our project is to create a deployable portlet. A portlet is a component within a webpage or portal that access information through the database. An example of a portlet would be a calendar “box” on a website or an instant messaging “box.” It’s use in the context of NPS is to have preexisting software incorporate these portlets being that there isn’t the ability to customize what the preexisting software can do. Continue reading...

               

Shock tubes are normally very large steel tubes with two chambers that are separated by either a very fast acting valve or a rupture disk. The separation of the two chambers is done to create a high pressure difference in the two chambers. The difference in pressure is done in most cases with by a compressor or a piston. Continue reading...


               

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