Significant Professional Activities
Bordetsky, A., Minitrack Chair: Network DSS: Mobile and Social Sensor Networks for Man-Machine Collaboration, In: Proceedings of 46th Hawaii International Conference in System Sciences, Jan. 4-7, 2012
In recognition of his teaching, research, and direction of the NPS Field Experimentation program, Ray Buettner was granted tenure on 28 March 2013.
The Field Experimentation team held the 3rd Installment of the Joint Interagency Field Exploration (JIFX) event 11-14 February at Camp Roberts, CA. Structured as a multi-institutional, semi-structured learning environment (MISSLE), JIFX pairs capability gaps identified by the Unified Combatant Commands (COCOMs) with cutting edge research from government research labs, private industry, and academia. The 13-2 event hosted more than 300 people from over 100 different organizations representing 56 different experiments.
For the 15th year in a row, David Kleinman was the Organizer and Chair for Track 11 (Diagnostics and Prognostics for Aerospace Systems) at the Annual IEEE Aerospace Conference held at Big Sky Montana, March 2-9, 2013. The Track was comprised of 11 sessions with ~40 papers (including a panel discussion) covering such topics as Prognostics and Health Management (PHM) for electronics, subsystems and vehicles, including space systems and their human astronauts. (see www.aeroconf.org)
Das, A., awarded Certificate of Recognition for work in Fleet Innovation Research Environment (FIRE) from Naval Postgraduate School, 11 October 2012.
Maule, R.W., awarded Certificate of Recognition for work with Trident Warrior from Naval Postgraduate School, 11 October 2012.
Utschig, J.M., Irvine, N.J., Garza, V.R. Schulz, R.H. each awarded Meritorious Civilian Service Award for work in BLOS C2 (Beyond Line of Site, Command and Control) from Naval Postgraduate School, 11 October 2012.
Wood, B.P., Gallup, S.P., McNally, S.M. each awarded Meritorious Civilian Service Award for work in BLOS C2 (Beyond Line of Site, Command and Control) from Headquarters, United States Air Force, 11 October 2012.
Zhao, Y. awarded Certificate of Recognition for work with Lexical Link Analysis (LLA) from Naval Postgraduate School, 11 October 2012.
PhD Student Accomplishments
Ascef, R., "Analysis of Supply and Distribution Logistics from Brazilian Air Force", Sustainable Business International Journal - (2013), http://www.sbijournal.uff.br/index.php/sbijournal/article/view/41-ISSN 1807-5908.
Joe Billingsley's work to launch the Military Cyber Professionals Association was featured in two articles. http://www.navy.mil/submit/display.asp?story_id=73249 and http://associationsnow.com/2013/04/new-cyber-warfare-association-will-address-evolving-military-needs/
Carrick Longley, Bryan Hudgens and Bryan Pickett passed their Written and Oral Qualifying Exams.
Rollie Wicks was hand-selected by Navy Warfare Development Command (NWDC) Concepts Branch to participate in the Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) Disruptive Thinkers Group (DTG).
Grants and Funding
Boger, D., User Centric Cloud in Support of Beyond Line of Sight Command and Control; US Air Force A2I (via BLOS C2); $3,000,000
Bordetsky, A., Low visibility detector networking (mio experimentation); DTRA; $240,000.
Bordetsky, A., Manet tw network management system: heat map interface; USMC – Marine Corps Warfighting Lab; $230,000.
Bordetsky, A., Student concept development for tactical networking; PACOM-NAVAL FACILITY; $25,000.
Bordetsky, A., Field exp program (MIO and TNT; Co-PI with Ray Buettner); USSOCOM; $50,000.
Bordetsky, A., Persistent tracking and surveillance; DHS; $170,000.
Bordetsky, A., Space-based tactical networking; Cisco Systems; $70,000.
Godin, A.A., Navy Cloud Target Architecture," Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command (SPAWAR). $30,000.
Osmundson, J., Assessment of Technologies and Capabilities Impacting Maritime Security, National Maritime Intelligence-Integration Office, $100,000.