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NPS Team Makes Key Breakthrough on Path to Electric Aircraft Propulsion
As an institution renowned for innovation efforts grounded in education and research, the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) has often been called upon to tackle some of the most difficult technological ... Read More

NPS Advances Energy Resilience, Sustainability Through Microgrid Research
Over the past five years, a multidisciplinary team of Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) faculty has been supporting the development of an energy renaissance of sorts with the potential to redefine what ... Read More

NPS Research in Extreme Weather Prediction Prepares for Future Computing Capabilities
The Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) has received a major grant to explore a groundbreaking new way to model hurricanes and other extreme weather events.  The three-year grant from the Office of ... Read More

NPS Students Explore Potential Cost Efficiency of Battery-Powered Warships
When Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) Financial Management students Lt. Cmdr. Evan Bloxham and Lts. Christopher Masters and Ashraful Haque, started their joint research project on the financial feasibi... Read More

NPS Scores High Marks in Annual Grad School Rankings, Again
When “U.S. News and World Report” (USNWR) released its well-known annual rankings of U.S. graduate schools, March 29, the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) once again maintained high marks in several pr... Read More

Energy Academic Group’s NE3T Workshop Tackles DON Energy Problem With Education
The Energy Academic Group (EAG) at the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) hosted experts in multiple fields to explore opportunities to utilize education to advance the DON’s operational energy issues du... Read More

18th Acquisition Research Symposium Explores Synergy, Technology in Acquisition Strategies
Under the theme of “Creating Synergy for Informed Change,” the Naval Postgraduate School’s (NPS) Acquisition Research Program (ARP) held the 18th Annual Acquisition Research Symposium May 11-13 focusi... Read More

DOD Selects NPS to Advance Research in Environmental Resilience and Surprise
The Department of Defense’s (DOD) Strategic Environmental Research and Development Program (SERDP) has awarded the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) funding to begin a new research project, titled “Adva... Read More

NPS-Led Research Reveals Greater Abundance of Life Under Arctic Ice Than Previously Thought
For the longest time, scientists have written off there being much life below the Arctic sea ice. Surely not enough sunlight would be able to get through the snow and ice to sustain an abundance of li... Read More

Students Across Navy’s Educational Enterprise Exchange Big Ideas
The U.S. Marine Corps at the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) kicked off the first day of the university’s latest Big Idea Exchange (BIX) with five of the 14 students presenting their cutting-edge rese... Read More

NPS Cancels Winter Quarter Graduation Ceremony to Reduce COVID-19 Risks
MONTEREY, Calif. (NPS) – In order to reduce the risk of transmission posed by the novel Coronavirus, the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) has canceled the university’s Winter Quarter graduation ceremon... Read More

NPS Defense Energy Seminar Engages Top Experts, Broadens Profile
Geopolitical energy expert and author Peter Zeihan joined faculty and students from across the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) for a discussion on the trade and use of oil as an energy resource during... Read More

NEPTUNE Challenge Applies Hacking For Defense to DOD’s Energy Issues
Graduate students and faculty from universities across the country recently converged on the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) to explore new ways of tackling critical energy security issues. The ONR N... Read More

NPS Supports NATO Effort to Advance Energy Security
The NATO-Istanbul Cooperation Initiative (ICI) recently concluded its first energy security training program with support by the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS). The week-long Critical Energy Infrast... Read More

Former Distinguished Professor Returns to Present the Terawatt Challenge
Former NPS Distinguished Professor of Physics Dr. Nancy Haegel presented the latest Defense Energy Seminar on “Terawatt-Scale Photovoltaics: Trajectories and Challenges” in the Mechanical Engineering ... Read More

NPS Professor Calls Capacitor Development “Revolutionary”
Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) Research Professor Jonathan Phillips has been reaching out to anyone who will listen about what he calls a “revolutionary” development in the field of capacitors with v... Read More

NPS, Marine Corps Partnership Enhances Readiness Through Education
In 2009, then Commandant of the Marine Corps Gen. James Conway declared energy a top priority. Mere weeks later, the U.S. Marine Corps’ Expeditionary Energy Office (E2O) was born and tasked with analy... Read More

Navy’s Energy Czar Examines NPS Education, Research Programs
Assistant Secretary of the Navy – Energy, Installations and Environment retired Vice Adm. Dennis McGinn traveled to the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS), Oct. 29, to see first hand the work that studen... Read More

Latest CEE Workshop Challenges Navy Leaders to Innovate at All Levels
The Naval Postgraduate School’s (NPS) Center for Executive Education (CEE) recently welcomed senior Department of Defense leaders to NPS to participate in a five-day Leading Innovation: Energy Applica... Read More

NPS, Marine Corps Partner on Energy and Conservation Research
The Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) and the U.S. Marine Corps Expeditionary Energy Office (E2O) have partnered under an initiative to conduct student-led research that will address some of the Marine ... Read More

Energy Executive Education Helps Navy Leaders Implement Cultural Change
A unique and diverse mix of Navy officers, senior enlisted and DOD civilians converged upon the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS), Sept. 23-27, to take part in an intensive weeklong executive education ... Read More

NPS Student Analysis Reveals Multi-Million Dollar Savings for USNS Comfort
A recent analysis of lighting lifecycle costs aboard the USNS Comfort, conducted by students at the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS), revealed a lighting solution that could save taxpayers up to $6 mil... Read More

NPS Lecture Series Focuses on Navy, Marine Corps Energy Independence
Late February brought two of the military’s leading energy officials to the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) campus for the Defense Energy Speakers’ Seminar series, part of the university’s comprehensi... Read More

Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus Announces NPS’ Energy Degree Programs
U.S. Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus took to the stage in King Auditorium, Aug. 29, to discuss the Navy's energy initiatives, and to announce NPS' contributions to those efforts through the establishm... Read More

Electrical Engineering Student Capt. Brandon Newell Explores Expeditionary Energy for the USMC
  For Marine Corps Capt. Brandon Newell, the issue of alternative energy has long been one of concern. Even before the Department of Defense (DoD) recently began to prioritize alternative energy... Read More

Alumnus, Energy Secretary Buzz Savage Lectures on Nuclear Future
What if you found out you were only using about one percent of the oil and gasoline that you put into your car, and discovered the rest was just shipped off to sit and decay for the next 100,000 years... Read More

Renowned Scientist Amory Lovins Promotes Cleaner, Safer Resources for Troops
If energy conservation was a competition, Amory Lovins is the man everyone would want on their team. He is one of the leading scientists in the energy community, and co-author of Winning the Oil Endga... Read More

NPS Energy Initiatives, Research Help Navy Blue Go Green
Navy blue is going green and a sea change in renewable energy and energy efficiency initiatives at the Naval Postgraduate School is helping it get there.  As the Navy unveiled its first “green” ... Read More