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Aquatic Laboratory Adds Maritime Domain to JIFX Field Experiments
The Joint Interagency Field Experimentation (JIFX) program at the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS), held quarterly, recently added another warfighting domain to its range of venues used to conduct fiel... Read More

NPS Team Earns Design Inspiration Award at HACKtheMACHINE Competition
For this year’s HACKtheMACHINE (HtM) Navy digital competition, NavalX implemented “Heavy Metal,” an additive manufacturing challenge to use metallic 3D printing for fabricating shipboard parts to with... Read More

Problems Solved Here: Central Coast Tech Bridge, Innovation Accelerator Foundation to collaborate on technology solutions
The NavalX Central Coast (C2) Tech Bridge is partnering with Innovation Accelerator Foundation (IAF) to expand collaboration between the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) and public sector innovation or... Read More

Future Force: Naval Research Chief Discusses Disruptive Technologies During Latest V-SGL
Chief of Naval Research Rear Adm. Lorin C. Selby spoke virtually to Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) students, faculty and staff about “Re-Imagining the Future Force,” and how the United States militar... Read More

NPS Student Uses Multidisciplinary Approach to Study Sea Level Rise at Navy Installation
For the large number of naval bases located on an ocean’s coast, the prospect of sea level rise (SLR) poses a real potential threat, especially since a rising sea doesn’t necessarily impact everywhere... Read More

NPS Students Tackle Key Challenges of the Mobile CubeSat Network
Four Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) students, representing the Navy and Army, have each conducted thesis research to advance and address unique aspects of the Mobile CubeSat Command and Control (MC3)... Read More

NPS Student Invents, Patents Durable Uniform Nametags
Using his own time and resources, Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) Space Systems Engineering student Lt. Mitchell Kempisty ventured into unchartered waters to bring an invention of his making through t... Read More

NPS Professor, Students Explore Innovative Ways to Power the Navy
Imagine a machine that collected water from the air, broke the water down into hydrogen and oxygen, then used hydrogen as a power source. That’s the goal of Dr. Anthony Gannon, associate professor at ... Read More

Nobel Prize Winning Physicist Discusses Quantum Reform of the Metric System
Nobel Prize recipient Dr. William Phillips, a pioneer of atomic timekeeping used by the Navy, spoke virtually to Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) students, faculty and staff on the topic of “Quantum Re... Read More

NPS, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Expand Collaboration on Applied Research, Education
Conducting applied research to strengthen national defense is something the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) have in common. Building upon a long histo... 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

Systems Engineering Capstone Competition Develops Real Solutions to Real Challenges
The Naval Postgraduate School’s (NPS) Systems Engineering Management (SEM) programs held their latest Outstanding Capstone Project Award competition, with four teams of students developing challenging... Read More

New NPS Graduate Certificate Program Provides Context, History to Great Power Competition
Four weeks into the first course of a brand-new distance learning graduate certificate program in Great Power Competition (GPC) at the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS), and 31 Navy and Marine Corps stu... Read More

NPS Railgun Lab Propels Technology Leaders, Alumnus into Award-Winning Research
Since its establishment approximately two years ago, the Naval Postgraduate School's Railgun Laboratory – the largest of any academic institution – has empowered students and faculty with the faciliti... Read More

NPS Launches Naval Warfare Studies Institute to Expedite Fleet Warfighting Solutions
The Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) recently launched a new organization to expedite the Navy’s ability to access the university’s immense talent and resources in taking on its most complex warfightin... Read More

CNO Explores Future Warfare at the Naval Postgraduate School
In an effort to explore current research related to key naval priorities, Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) Adm. Mike Gilday visited the Naval Postgraduate School, Dec. 17, to assess the university’s la... Read More

Marine Corps Assistant Commandant Explores Emerging Concepts, Capabilities at NPS
On a trip to observe emerging technologies in practice, Assistant Commandant of the Marine Corps (ACMC) Gen. Gary Thomas, accompanied by five other general officers, visited the Naval Postgraduate Sch... Read More

NPS Researchers Developing the Defensive Playbook Against Large-Scale Drone Swarms
The 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea stunned the world when they put on a dazzling light show made up of a record-breaking 1,218 drones, all dancing in harmony. In the Department of De... Read More

NPS Creating Virtual Undersea Environments to Advance Underwater Autonomy
With undersea warfare remaining a key domain for U.S. defense strategies, the ability to map and navigate the depths of the world’s oceans becomes increasingly essential to maintaining an advantage. R... Read More

NPS Researchers Use Flying Laboratory to Study Wildfire Smoke Effects on Naval Operations
As the recent Monterey county wildfires burned more than 150,000 acres, Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) researchers took to the local skies in a specially-equipped deHavilland Twin Otter UV-18A aircra... Read More

NPS Scholar Program Takes Warfare Tactics Instructors to the Next level
A pilot program at the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) is taking fleet Warfare Tactics Instructors –officers with specialized training, operational experience and a deep understanding of fleet tactics... Read More

Computing Pioneer Leads NPS into the Cognitive Era
It has been said that technology advances at an extraordinary speed … What, then, would be said about a mind that has been innovating in the field of technology, always a step ahead, for more than hal... Read More

USW, Oceanography Student Uses Arctic Experience to Advance Research
Lt. Kristen Ainslie, an undersea warfare student at the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS), is on the home stretch of her challenging thesis in physical oceanography. Her research, critical to continue t... Read More

Resurrecting War Plan Blue: NPS Workshop Re-examines U.S. War Preparedness
The Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) recently concluded an intense concept generation workshop to explore new ways to augment the nation’s resilience and ability to prepare for war - should the need ar... Read More

NPS Supports FVEY Efforts to Streamline Space Technologies
The creation of Space Force has inspired a renewed interest in space systems research and innovation. In August, the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) received funding from the DOD to lead a project to ... Read More

New Critical and Strategic Thinking Course Responds to DOD’s Latest Guidance
The Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) launched a new course for the summer quarter titled “Critical Thinking for Strategic Leadership,” responding directly to DOD education guidance to focus on critic... Read More

First American Woman to Walk in Space and Dive the Deepest Ocean to Lecture at NPS Ahead of Women’s Suffrage 100th Anniversary
MONTEREY, Calif. (NPS) – The Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) has taken its popular Secretary of the Navy Guest Lecture (SGL) series virtual, exposing university students, faculty and staff to prominen... Read More

NPS Headlines Seminar Designed to Strengthen Connection Between SOF, Silicon Valley
Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) President retired Vice Adm. Ann E. Rondeau gave the closing remarks to a two-day virtual seminar focused on strengthening partnerships between U.S. Special Operations F... Read More

True Grit: NPS Research Helps Navy Build More Resilient Sailors, Teams
Now more than ever, individuals, teams and organizations are discovering the invaluable role of individual and team resilience, especially with the additional stress created by the coronavirus crisis ... Read More

Stout Conversations: Student-Led “Trident Room Podcast” Features Iconic People In The Iconic Pub (virtually) at NPS
There is a hidden gem within the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS). Dangling from countless points above, are stout mugs belonging to many faculty, students, staff and famous alumni who imbue this place... Read More

Open For Autonomous Business: Largest-Ever Unmanned & Robotics Systems Research Contract Awarded For NPS
MONTEREY, Calif. (NPS) – Military students at the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) have firsthand experience with complex challenges in the fleet and the field. They come to NPS to work alongside exper... Read More

NPS’ Naval Warfare Studies Initiative Launches Emerging Technology Series, Focuses First on 5G Tech
The future Navy and Marine Corps will undoubtedly be built using today’s emerging technologies, therefore, the Naval Postgraduate School’s (NPS) Naval Warfare Studies Institute (NWSI) launched the Eme... Read More

Hall of Fame NPS Grads Alexander, Tighe Talk Benefits and Challenges of 5G
Respected DOD cyber warriors and leaders, retired Army Gen. Keith B. Alexander, the first Commander of the U.S. Cyber Command, and retired Navy Vice Adm. Jan E. Tighe, the 66th Director of Naval Intel... Read More

‘Listen, Learn, Lead’ Reveals the People Behind the Breakthroughs at NPS
The Naval Postgraduate School’s (NPS) true value – its faculty, staff and students – make invaluable technological and leadership contributions to the Navy and nation. Who are these thoughtful, princi... Read More

Defense Cyber Leaders to Discuss 5G Communications in Virtual Lecture
MONTEREY, Calif. (NPS) – Is your audience informed about 5G? What is 5G? Who has the edge? What are the security implications of this transformational technology?  The Naval Postgraduate School’... Read More

NPS Faculty Help Princeton Undergrad Explore Missile Defense Tactics
In August 2019, Princeton ROTC student MIDN 1/C Kara Dowling visited the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) to conduct research with members of the university’s Operations Research (OR) department for he... Read More

NPS Professor Receives Mills Medal for Optimizing Surface Ship Drydock Schedules
The Mills Medal, awarded by the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) Alumni Association and Foundation, recognizes research that has had a clear impact on the Navy’s operational efficiency. This year, the ... Read More

Lessons in Leadership from Admiral Bill McRaven
One of the most lauded military leaders in modern history, retired Navy Adm. William H. McRaven shared his own, personal lessons on leadership during the Naval Postgraduate School’s (NPS) latest Virtu... Read More

NPS Alumnus Applies Research to Improve Efficacy, Cost of Radar and Counter UAS Systems
No one knows how to improve conditions on the battlefield like warfighters themselves. This unique perspective allows mid-career officers across the services to choose graduate programs that not only ... 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

New NPS Robotics Engineering Certificate Underway
The prevalence of unmanned systems across the DOD landscape, and its projected increase, has placed a unique demand on service members and the skills they bring to the fight. In the same way a compute... Read More

Distinguished Professor Applies for Patent to More Efficiently Detect FOD
Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) Distinguished Professor Oleg Yakimenko recently filed for a patent proposing a system for automated detection, classification and possible removal of foreign object deb... Read More

NPS Student Spouse Makes Hundreds of Cloth Masks for Community
In the midst of a pandemic, with social distancing and empty streets becoming the norm, Amber Gallagher is doing her part to help flatten the curve by making cloth facemasks for the community and frie... Read More

Student Thesis Explores Russian Tactics to Influence U.S. Nuclear Perceptions
Russian meddling in the United States’ affairs gained media attention in the U.S. following the 2016 presidential election, but the superpower has been manipulating foreign media for decades, says U.S... Read More

Networks That Don’t Exist Expand the Boundaries of Battlefield Communication
For the better part of two decades, Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) Professor of Information Sciences Alex Bordetsky and his colleague Eugene Bourakov have been working to develop and improve tactical... Read More

Naval Research Working Group 20 Shifts to a Virtual Format
The Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) continues to showcase its exceptional research capacity via the next Naval Research Working Group (NRWG), April 21-23, 2020. However, per current COVID-19 guidance,... Read More

Advances in Autonomy Flying High at Latest JIFX
The latest iteration of the Joint Interagency Field Experimentation 20-2 (JIFX) program, held March 2-6 at the Naval Postgraduate School Field Lab at Camp Roberts, provided another opportunity for the... Read More

NPS Study Leads to Turbulence for Kolmogorov’s Power Constant
Nature doesn’t care if humans get physics laws right, but understanding how the world works helps people properly interact with nature. So when Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) Research Assistant Profe... 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

Leidos LIVE Immersive Technology Lab makes first national stop at NPS
Housed in an 18-wheeled tractor trailer, the Leidos LIVE mobile technology display consisting of virtual and interactive workstations showing the Leidos Corporation’s current developments in various d... Read More

NPS Explores Next-Generation Acoustic Detection
A team of Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) researchers is partnering with local research institutions to explore some of the latest technology in acoustics sensors, investigating a challenge the Navy h... Read More

Crew Endurance Team explores innovative sleep solutions onboard USS Paul Hamilton
The Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) Crew Endurance team, whose research has already led to fleet-wide changes in watchbill rotations to provide more sleep to Sailors, has now focused their studies on ... Read More

NPS prepares to take on xSwarms
It’s time for a new discussion about the birds and the bees ... Or rather, fleets of hundreds of armed unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) and the dynamics of these massive swarms under external control –... Read More

Gray Networks: NPS uses social network analysis to cast a bright light on maritime awareness
On November 25, 2018, a large commercial cargo ship suddenly parked itself under the recently-constructed Crimean Bridge over the Kerch Strait, preventing three Ukrainian Navy vessels from reaching th... Read More

NPS partners with RoboNation, Open Robotics to host the first global, nautical-themed Virtual Robotics competition
Since its official launch in 2014, the biennial international RobotX challenge, a collaboration between the Office of Naval Research (ONR) and private and non-profit partners from the robotics industr... Read More

Two NPS Grads Among NASA’s Newest Astronauts
Two Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) alumni have just graduated astronaut basic training with the first cohort for NASA’s Artemis program, poised to open a new chapter of American space exploration. M... Read More

NPS Initiates Meyer Scholar Program to Develop Air and Missile Defense Experts
Responding to the real-world challenges of air and missile defense, the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) has initiated the Meyer Scholar program, named for the Father of the AEGIS Combat System, retire... Read More

NPS Students Research Impact of Stress on Learning, Performance
NPS Department of Operation Research students Lts. Lindsay Clements and Clarese Neill are performing a series of experiments looking into the effects of stress training on learning retention. Clement... Read More

Commandant Explores Student Research, Addresses Marines During Visit to NPS
Just five months into his tour as the Marine Corps’ 38th Commandant, Gen. David H. Berger paid a visit to the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS), Dec. 5, to explore relevant research and engage universit... Read More

Navy Leaders Press Ahead, Funding Naval University System
MONTEREY, Calif. (NPS) – Acting Secretary of the Navy Thomas Modly signed a memorandum, Dec. 9, directing senior Navy leaders to find the required funding to press forward on the Naval Education Strat... Read More

In Memorium: Legendary Strategist and Fleet Tactics Author Wayne P. Hughes
The Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) lost one of its most treasured teachers with the passing of retired Navy Capt. Wayne P. Hughes, professor of practice in military operations research and Dean Emeri... Read More

Navy’s Focus on Education Is an Opportunity for NPS
MONTEREY, Calif. (NPS) – A comprehensive study and subsequent report released by the Department of the Navy in late 2018 is proving to be a significant opportunity for Monterey’s Naval Postgraduate Sc... Read More

NPS Researchers Regulate Temperature With Innovation in Phase Change Materials
A team of Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) researchers recently published the results of their successful experimentation using phase change materials (PCMs) to develop a formulation with potential to ... Read More

Inaugural Tech Op Helps Industry Reps Explore Military Applications of 5G
In an effort to explore opportunities for collaboration in emerging technologies, the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) hosted its inaugural Tech Op event, Oct. 24. Billed, “Taking 5G to the Edge,” the ... Read More

NPS Students, Faculty Participate in Latest HACKtheMACHINE
With the help of NPS’ Consortium for Robotics and Unmanned Systems Education and Research, or CRUSER, a force of 21 Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) students and faculty attended the latest HACKtheMACH... Read More

Annual WIC workshop focuses on logistics in contested environments
More than 130 Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) students, fleet junior officers, and early career engineers from Navy labs, academia and industry participated in the latest Warfare Innovation Continuum ... Read More

International students explore Silicon Valley tech through NPS outreach program
A new outreach program developed by the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) International Graduate Programs Office (IGPO) is providing a unique opportunity for international students to get an up-close lo... Read More

TLC Mini-Grants Program Seeds Innovative Efforts Across Campus
When Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) faculty and students speak, the university’s Teaching and Learning Commons (TLC) listens. In response to input from the NPS community, the TLC has awarded a dozen... Read More

NPS Sleep Research Takes on Amphibious Operations
The Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) recently led a research mission across the Pacific Ocean which may vastly improve the Navy’s understanding of how sleep can boost crew performance during arduous am... Read More

NPS, Air Force Research Lab Use JIFX to Improve Situational Awareness Tool
The Naval Postgraduate School’s quarterly Joint Interagency Field Experimentation (JIFX) event has once again provided an opportunity for partnerships to improve tech to the warfighter. This time, the... Read More

Navy Officer to Receive Summer Quarter’s MORS/Tisdale Award
Three U.S. Navy students from the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) Department of Operations Research (OR) presented theses examining a variety of operational dynamics such as supply chains, chemical an... Read More

NPS Researchers Play Leading Roles in Massive Arctic Study
The largest Central Arctic expedition in human history – the Multidisciplinary drifting Observatory for the Study of Arctic Climate (MOSAiC) – is scheduled to depart Norway on September 19 with two NP... Read More

NPS Campus Hosts Ordnance and Ballistics Group for Industry, Academia Collaboration
The Naval Postgraduate School (NPS), in partnership with the National Armaments Consortium (NAC), hosted the 68th annual Ordnance and Ballistics Technology Working Group allowing researchers and devel... Read More

NPS alumna to use education, Career Intermission for higher calling
Tragedy struck Haiti on the morning of Oct. 4, 2016, when the 150-mph winds of Hurricane Matthew, a category five hurricane, struck the island nation. In its aftermath, 546 people had lost their lives... Read More

Student-led wargaming offers insights, analyses into future conflict
The U.S. stands at the brink of war with a peer adversary, and Navy and Marine Corps leaders need to figure out how to best position our forces and interoperate with our allies in the Australian Defen... Read More

Alumnus honors legacy of iconic NPS Professor Richard W. Hamming
Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) alumnus Dr. Martin Mandelberg has embarked on an effort to honor one of the 20th century’s greatest minds, esteemed computer scientist and mentor NPS Distinguished Prof... Read More

Research in Review – A Legacy Under the Ice
For more than 20 years, the Naval Postgraduate School’s home-grown, innovative Autonomous Ocean Flux Buoy has braved some of the Earth’s harshest environments in support of student research and scient... Read More

NPSAT-1 Launches Onboard SpaceX Falcon Heavy
The long wait finally came to an end for faculty and researchers in the Naval Postgraduate School’s (NPS) Space Systems Academic Group (SSAG). Following several external delays to a launch that was or... Read More

NPSAT1 to Launch on SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy
It’s been years in the making, but the Naval Postgraduate School’s own NPSAT1 is mounted and ready to launch on board SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy, June 24, from Kennedy Space Center Launch Complex 39A. NPS... Read More

NPS researchers honored with regional clean air award
The Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) received Monterey area community recognition recently for its efforts to reduce the Navy’s carbon footprint in developing alternative energy technology. Lecturer D... Read More

Setting the stage for Cyber Endeavour 2019
Information warfare experts and practitioners from across government, industry and academia will assemble at SRI International’s headquarters in Menlo Park, Calif., to take part in Cyber Endeavour 201... Read More

Marine’s thesis honored with multiple student awards
The Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) Department of Operations Research (OR) awarded Marine Corps Capt. Courtney Thompson the Military Operations Research Society (MORS) Stephen A. Tisdale Thesis Award ... Read More

Annual Symposium Puts Technology at the Forefront of Acquisition
Seaside, Calif. - For two days in May, hundreds of acquisition professionals from government, academia and industry across the nation gathered in this arcadian city on California’s central coast to ma... Read More

Big Ideas Exchange seeks tactical edge to address Marine Corps challenges
The U.S. Marine Corps at the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) hosted the university’s latest Big Idea Exchange (BIX) presenting and discussing their cutting-edge research and ideas with a greater Navy ... Read More

NPS Internship Program Helps Students Refine Research Through Industry Connections
The Naval Postgraduate School Industry Internship Program recently completed its third iteration sending 21 students for week-long internships at leading private sector technology companies to develop... Read More

CRUSER’s Monthly Meetings Offer In-Depth Discussion on Cutting-Edge Research
During an April 16 seminar delivered to NPS’ Consortium for Robotics and Unmanned Systems Education and Research (CRUSER), Naval War College Associate Provost for Warfighting Research and Development ... Read More

NPS Partners With Elroy Air on Unmanned Systems Research
The Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) and Elroy Air, a producer of unmanned aerial cargo systems, recently signed a new research agreement which will allow for the mutually-beneficial exploration of aut... Read More

NPS Marine Corps students build, launch comms rocket
Randsburg, Calif. - When two Devil Dogs recently launched a rocket built from scratch over the barren wastes of the Mojave Desert, they took the expeditionary power of the United States Marine Corps t... Read More

Annual TechCon Examines Government, Industry Partnerships
The Naval Postgraduate School’s Consortium for Robotics and Unmanned Systems Education and Research (CRUSER) held its eighth annual Technical Continuum (TechCon), allowing the greater robotics and unm... Read More

Annual NRWG Leverages NPS Expertise for Research and Innovation
The Naval Postgraduate School (NPS), as part of its Naval Research Program (NRP), held the annual Naval Research Working Group (NRWG) across the university’s campus April 9-11. The NRWG serves as a fo... Read More

Chief of Penn State’s Applied Research Lab Talks Innovation Supremacy
Retired Vice Adm. Paul Sullivan, current Director of the Applied Research Laboratory of The Pennsylvania State University, talked about the importance of maintaining supremacy in research and developm... Read More

Susan Sanchez Celebrated as a Pioneer in Operations Research
NPS Department of Operations Research Professor Susan Sanchez was featured as one of ten pioneering women in the field of operations research (OR) in the latest edition of the respected professional m... Read More

Army student’s systems engineering research goes global
U.S. Army Plans Officer and Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) Systems Engineering student Capt. Rondolf Moreno captured the attention of the engineering community with his research into modeling and sim... Read More

NSA curricula review leans into Great Power Competition
The Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) just completed its latest curricula review for the National Security Affairs (NSA) department, adjusting course to meet the new challenges of increasing Great Power... Read More

NPS Researchers Partner on Next Generation Climate Model
A team of professors from the Naval Postgraduate School’s (NPS) Department of Applied Mathematics has joined a consortium of leading researchers seeking to revolutionize the world of climate modeling ... Read More

JIFX accelerates solutions through partnerships with academia, industry
NPS FIELD LABORATORY, CAMP ROBERTS, Calif. - The Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) just took another step forward in deepening the creative bonds between the military, academia and the private sector ne... Read More

NPS researcher explores 3D printing with extremely viscous materials
Dr. Emre Gunduz arrived at NPS in July, ready to continue his cutting-edge work with the 3D printing of extremely viscous materials. This work is the culmination of two years of research and testing c... Read More

Big Ideas Exchange highlights struggle for cyber advantage
Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) faculty and students researching the cutting-edge of how the U.S. can gain an advantage in cyberspace shared their game-changing research during the latest Big Ideas Ex... Read More

Strategist Peter Singer Offers a Glimpse Into the Future During Latest SGL
The Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) community took an electrifying journey back to the future Tuesday with one of the nation’s premier technology strategists at the helm. Dr. Peter Singer, senior fel... Read More

NPS Team Turns to Machine Learning to Predict Social Unrest
The balloon of cyber warfare has gone up, and the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) remains at the forefront of developing vital technologies to win the fight in this very gray domain. The Defense Inte... Read More