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Deputy CNO for Operations and Strategy Explores NPS, Warfighter Solutions
Vice Adm. Philip Sawyer, Deputy Chief of Naval Operations for Operations, Plans and Strategy (N3/N5), and Flag Sponsor for the Navy Foreign Affairs Officer (FAO) community, visited the Naval Postgradu... Read More

NPS, NASA Team Up on “Astrobatics” Project to Advance Spacecraft Robotics
On March 17, Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) students and researchers in the NPS Spacecraft Robotics Laboratory, working with NASA and the International Space Station research team, including astronau... Read More

VCNO Explores Warfighting Research at the Naval Postgraduate School
Vice Chief of Naval Operations (VCNO) Adm. Bill Lescher made a brief visit to the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS), April 28, touring several key research labs and speaking with senior leadership about... 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

NRWG 21 Builds on Success as Virtual Event – Register Now!
The Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) continues to showcase its exceptional research capacity via the next Naval Research Working Group (NRWG), April 20-22, 2021. Per continued COVID-19 guidance, this y... Read More

Naval Postgraduate School and Xerox Collaborate to Advance Additive Manufacturing Solutions
In January 2021, the Department of Defense published its first-ever Additive Manufacturing Strategy to “provide a shared set of guiding principles and a framework for [additive manufacturing] technolo... 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

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, Marines Explore the Trust Factor in Human-Machine Teaming
Trust in autonomous systems to do what they are designed to do, and meant to do, is paramount before these systems can be confidently employed as an operational capability. In an era of Great Power Co... Read More

Future Advantage: CRUSER Funds FY21 Robotics and Autonomous Systems Research
Key to the nation’s future advantage in autonomous systems, the Naval Postgraduate School’s (NPS) Consortium of Robotics and Unmanned Systems Education and Research (CRUSER) approved FY21 funding for ... Read More

NPS, Open Robotics Hosting Virtual Ocean Robotics Challenge
The Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) has once again partnered with the robotics research and development company Open Robotics to host a virtual competition on autonomy with the 2020 Virtual Ocean Robo... Read More

Virtual, Hybrid JIFX Continues the Collaboration on Warfighter Challenges
Since 2002, Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) field research programs, such as the quarterly Joint Interagency Field Experimentation (JIFX) program, have had the primary goal of getting new innovative c... 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

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

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 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 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

Navy’s cyber chief, NPS alumnus emphasizes adaptive leadership to Fall grads
U.S. Navy Vice Adm. Timothy White, Commander, U.S. Fleet Cyber Command/U.S. 10th Fleet, addressed graduating students, family members, faculty and staff during Naval Postgraduate School’s (NPS) 2019 F... Read More

NPS Kicks Off Seapower Conversations Video Series
The Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) launched a new video series, Nov. 14, featuring university faculty experts discussing the trends, technologies and tactics that shape modern naval power. Coined “Se... 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

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

Academia, Industry Partnerships Advance Capabilities at Latest JIFX
Once again, NPS advances its partnerships with military, academic and private sector organizations during the university’s Joint Interagency Field Experimentation (JIFX) program. At the latest event, ... Read More

NPS Launches Small Satellite “University” to Assist Intelligence Community
When the United States intelligence community recently recognized a critical need, the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) assembled a team of multidisciplinary experts from across campus to rapidly addre... 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

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

Systems Engineering Professor Earns 2019 Hamming Interdisciplinary Award
Dr. Oleg Yakimenko, Professor in the NPS Department of Systems Engineering and founding director of the Aerodynamic Decelerator Systems Center (ADSC) and the Autonomous Systems Engineering and Integra... Read More

NPS, RoboNation, Open Robotics announce Virtual RobotX competition
The Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) has teamed up with RoboNation and Open Robotics to host the first-ever Virtual RobotX (VRX) competition, an international, university-level challenge designed to br... 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

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 Completes Remote Arctic Research Expedition
Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) scientists and students just returned from the heart of the desolate Arctic on an expedition which will deepen our understanding of a rapidly retreating northern ice pa... Read More

A Bigger, Better Discover NPS Day Welcomes the Peninsula to Campus
In the early morning hours of October 26, the gates of the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) opened to the eyes of the world – or at least to the Monterey Peninsula – for the university’s annual Discove... Read More

Annual Workshop Envisions Future Use of Unmanned Systems
The Naval Postgraduate School’s Consortium for Robotics and Unmanned Systems Education and Research (CRUSER) held its annual Warfare Innovation Continuum (WIC) Workshop, Sept. 17-20. The WIC is a coo... Read More

New Patent Portal Accelerates NPS Technology Transfers
The Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) just took a major step forward in making cutting-edge technologies more accessible.   The NPS Research and Sponsored Programs Office (RSPO) partnered with Tech... Read More

JIFX Continues to Help DOD, Academia Explore Limits of New Technology
CAMP ROBERTS, Calif.-From the blistering tarmac at McMillan Airfield, a lightweight unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) catapults off and directs itself into a forming swarm of fellow UAVs. A few hundred me... Read More

Senior ONR Official Taps Into NPS Researchers
A senior Office of Naval Research (ONR) official recently brought the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) research community up to speed on its current directions in an ever-changing world. Dr. John Pazi... Read More

Summer Interns Help NPS Engineers Explore Unmanned Systems
Two young interns are making some serious waves this summer at the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS). High school senior Kathryn Yeager and college sophomore Colin Cool are spending their summer breaks... Read More

NPS Research Team Explores the Boundaries of Unmanned Systems Through MTX
Beneath the waves, an unmanned underwater vehicle scanned the terrain to a small Pacific island and transmitted bathymetric mapping to a Navy SEAL team offshore. The SEALs were offshore on a driverle... Read More

NPS Holds 13th International Mine Warfare Technology Symposium
The Naval Postgraduate School (NPS), the Office of Naval Research (ONR), Navy’s Office of Expeditionary Warfare (N95), and the Consortium for Robotics and Unmanned Systems Education and Research (CRUS... Read More

JIFX Proves to Be Perfect Sandbox for Marine Corps’ Latest UAS
From the California desert to desolate polar ice caps, the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) continues to adapt emerging technologies to new domains. Since 2002, NPS’ quarterly Joint Interagency Field ... Read More

NPS Students Put Their Research to the Test in Impossible City
NPS Systems Engineering students are taking advantage of the nearby Military Operations in Urban Terrain (MOUT) facility on the former Ft. Ord, also known as ‘Impossible City,’ to test and evaluate th... Read More

CRUSER’s Warfare Innovation Workshop Focused on Hybrid War in the Urban Littorals
The Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) Consortium for Robotics and Unmanned Systems Education and Research, CRUSER, hosted its annual Warfare Innovation Workshop (WIW) in Glasgow Hall, Sept. 18-21. The w... Read More

NPS, Academic Partners Take to the Skies in First-Ever UAV Swarm Dogfight
Looking out over a hilly landscape, parades of puffy clouds march across the California horizon. The five-year, statewide drought that had burned the surrounding countryside a golden brown has finally... Read More

Navy Turns to NPS to Develop Sea Hunter’s Potential Future Missions
When the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) completed the development of its futuristic Anti-Submarine Warfare Continuous Trail Unmanned Vessel (ACTUV), commonly referred to as Sea Hunt... Read More

NPS ARSENL Advances Team vs. Team Swarm Research
A team of faculty and researchers from NPS’ Advanced Robotic Systems Engineering Laboratory (ARSENL), along with various other educational and DOD institutions, successfully tested a 10 versus 10 dron... Read More

NPS Meteorologist Employs UAVs to Advance Atmospheric Research
Professor Peter Guest with the Naval Postgraduate School’s (NPS) Department of Meteorology has been employing quadrotors, small unmanned aerial vehicles, to measure the various atmospheric conditions ... Read More

NPS Researcher Living Under the Sea at Aquarius Habitat
NPS Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Research Associate Professor Noel Du Toit has spent the last several days living 60 feet underwater at the Aquarius Reef Base habitat in the Flor... Read More

Navy, DOD Dare Top Coders to #HacktheSky
Last year, the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) set a world record by flying a swarm of 50 autonomous drones all controlled by a single operator. Now, NPS and the Department of the Navy Office of Strat... Read More

Biennial Symposium Advances Naval Mine Warfare
Naval leaders, industry experts and guests from 12 countries converged on the 12th International Mine Warfare (MIW) Technology Symposium held at the Embassy Suites in Seaside, California, May 24-26. ... Read More

About_News_ NPS Professor to Join Astronauts in Return to Aquarius Habitat
NPS Research Assistant Professor Dr. Noel E. Du Toit has been granted access to Florida International University’s Aquarius Reef Base Underwater Habitat located beneath the waters of the Florida Keys ... Read More

NPS Students, Faculty Participate in Navy’s Latest Arctic Exercise
An interdisciplinary team of faculty and students from the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) is taking advantage of the Navy’s large-scale exercise in the Arctic circle, teaming up with members of Subma... Read More

Naval Postgraduate School Well Represented in SECNAV Innovation Awards
When the winners of the Secretary of the Navy Innovation Awards were announced, Feb. 8, the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) was well represented among the honorees. NPS alumnus Lt. Brendan Geoghegan w... Read More

NPS Foundation Announces 2015 Menneken Award Winners
The Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) recently announced the recipients of the 2015 Menneken Awards. NPS Dean of Research Jeff Paduan made the announcement which included the introduction of a new facul... Read More

NPS Doctoral Student’s New Book Explores Drones, Law
Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) doctoral student Donna A. Dulo is the lead author and editor of “Unmanned Aircraft in the National Airspace: Critical Issues, Technology and the Law,” published by the ... Read More

ARSENL Reaches Its Ultimate Goal of 50 Autonomous UAVs in Flight
NPS’ Advanced Robotic Systems Engineering Laboratory (ARSENL) successfully flew its ultimate goal of 50 autonomous UAVs simultaneously, Aug. 27, breaking their previous record of 30 set just five week... Read More

U.S. Border Patrol Chief Guest Lectures at NPS’ CHDS
Education and collaboration are important components to keeping the nation’s border secure, Chief of the U.S. Border Patrol (CBP) Michael J. Fisher told students of the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS)... Read More

NPS CIRPAS Continues Field Research with Mobile Weather Radar
NPS’ Center for Interdisciplinary, Remotely-Piloted Aircraft Studies (CIRPAS) once again spent several weeks on location in Oklahoma with its MWR-05XP Mobile Weather Radar Truck chasing tornados in ho... Read More

ARSENL Breaks Previous Records, Flies 20 Autonomous UAVs
A team of faculty and researchers at the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) is setting what are believed to be world records in the realm of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). During the latest Joint Inte... Read More

Students, Faculty Explore Ethics of Unmanned Combat Systems
Students and faculty from the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) and the U.S. Naval Academy (USNA) recently came together with teams of junior officers from U.S. Navy Third Fleet to discuss the ethics of... Read More

NPS Students Explore Life-Cycle Cost Analysis During E-Week
Retired Rear Adm. Wendi B. Carpenter provided Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) students with a window into her career of logistical expertise and life-cycle cost analysis during an NPS Enrichment Week ... Read More

NPS Faculty Battle Extreme Environments to Further AUV Research
Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) Research Associate Professor Douglas Horner and Research Assistant Professor Noel Du Toit recently returned from remote Pavilion Lake, British Columbia where they inves... Read More

Fall Quarter Graduate’s Research Recognized by Navy Oceanographer
Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) student Lt. Cmdr. Kathryn “Kate” Hermsdorfer, graduating this Fall Quarter in the university’s Meteorology and Physical Oceanography curricula (METOC), was recently rec... Read More

Faculty Research Into Capturing EM Wave Energy Leads to Patent
Professor David Jenn with the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) has been awarded a patent for his Dipole with an Unbalanced Microstrip Feed antenn... Read More

CRUSER Contemplates Drones, Foreign Policy
Government officials around the country have been trying to understand and properly classify the use of drones outside of the battlefield. Recently, U.S. Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) announced that... Read More

SEED Center Research Team Earns NATO Scientific Achievement Award
A team of faculty and researchers from the Naval Postgraduate School’s (NPS) Simulation, Experiments and Efficient Design (SEED) Center for Data Farming has been honored with a 2014 NATO Science and T... Read More

NPS Student, Faculty Explore “Maneuvering” in the EM Domain
Student and faculty researchers at the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) have embarked upon a novel effort to explore “maneuver” tactics in the electromagnetic (EM) domain. Their work was recently featu... Read More

Workshop Spurs Maritime Warfare Innovation
The Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) recently hosted its annual Warfare Innovation Workshop (WIW) in NPS’ Ingersoll Hall, Sept. 22-25. The workshop brought together students as well as members of indus... Read More

Congress’ Scientific Advisory Body Applauds NPS in New Study
The National Research Council (NRC) completed its comprehensive review of specialized military graduate education in the Department of Defense, and the final report, released late June, has awarded hi... Read More

NAVAIR Employees Earn Master’s Degrees from Naval Postgraduate School
Calling their academic milestone a “huge accomplishment and a life event,” Rear Adm. Mark Darrah, commander of the Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division welcomed the ninth graduating class of NAV... Read More

NPS Special Report: Supporting the COCOMs – U.S. Southern Command
Throughout the U.S. Southern Command’s organization, a network of partnerships with the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) in Monterey, Calif. on several high-visibility initiatives continues to have a d... Read More

Former NPS President Takes Helm at U.S. Fleet Cyber Command
U.S. Fleet Cyber Command/U.S. 10th Fleet (FCC/C10F) conducted a change of command April 2 at the Frank B. Rowlett Building located at Fort George G. Meade, Md. Vice Adm. Jan E. Tighe relieved Adm. Mi... Read More

NPS Professors Awarded Prestigious Grant to Explore Ethics of Cyberwarfare
The National Science Foundation has awarded NPS Department of Defense Analysis Assistant Professor Dr. Bradley “BJ” Strawser and Department of Computer Science Professor Dr. Neil C. Rowe with a three-... Read More

Researchers Fill Operational Needs With Innovation in Unmanned Aircraft Systems
From his unassuming office nestled between robotics and space systems labs at the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS), Research Associate Professor Kevin Jones, along with Professor Isaac Kaminer and Rese... Read More

NPS, NASA Collaborate on Human-Robot Interaction in Extreme Environments
Students and faculty at the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) are working with NASA scientists 60 feet beneath the ocean’s surface at Florida International University’s Aquarius Habitat on a novel effor... Read More

NPS Workshop Launches a Continuum of Education, Analysis on the Navy’s Most Challenging Issues
Students at the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) recently participated in a warfare innovation workshop designed to challenge students to analyze a series of scenarios wherein U.S. forces are drawn int... Read More

NPS Challenges Students to Consider the Ethics of Unmanned Systems
A recent, often impassioned, debate at the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) on the ethics of robotic combat systems offered the public a window into NPS’ attempts to challenge its student body to explo... Read More

NPS Leads Collaborative Effort to Inspire Innovation Across Government, Beyond
The Naval Postgraduate School’s Joint Interagency Field Exploration (JIFX) program brought together more than 400 researchers, scientists, first responders and military personnel, Aug. 5-8, to conduct... Read More

Turkish Officer Awarded Prestigious NPS Ops Research Award
Turkish Air Force Officer 1st Lt. Begum Ozcan has been selected as the Naval Postgraduate School’s spring quarter recipient of the prestigious MORS/Tisdale Award for her thesis, “Effectiveness of Unma... Read More

Defense Analysis Professor Explores Ethics of Unmanned Systems in New Book
With so many lingering questions surrounding the ethics of drone warfare, NPS Department of Defense Analysis Assistant Professor and ethicist Dr. Bradley Strawser saw an opportunity to further the con... Read More

RELIEF Helps First Responders Evaluate Modern HA, DR Technologies, Scenarios
A large team of Naval Postgraduate School students, along with engineers, technologists, and emergency and first responders, wrapped up the latest edition of the Research & Experimentation for Loc... Read More

Robotics Takes Center Stage During Annual Campus Research Fair
Robots of every shape, size and purpose dotted the academic quad as the Naval Postgraduate School’s Consortium for Robotics and Unmanned Systems Education and Research (CRUSER) once again hosted their... Read More

NPS Program Champions Collaboration, Innovation in Unmanned Systems
The Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) Consortium for Robotics and Unmanned Systems Education and Research (CRUSER) recently reached a program milestone – it signed up its 1,000th member. CRUSER began j... Read More

Chief of Naval Operations Delivers All Hands Message at Naval Postgraduate School
The Chief of Naval Operations visited the Naval Postgraduate School for an all hands call, Feb. 1. Adm. Jonathan W. Greenert met with NPS students, faculty and staff to discuss where the Navy is pres... Read More

Singaporean Students, University Faculty Apply Innovative Control Technologies to UAVs
Two unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) hover over a building in Singapore. UAV one drops 20 feet and enters through an open window, while UAV two flies slowly above a fire escape until locating a point o... Read More

NPS Interns Pay It Forward to Local Middle School Students
While the Naval Postgraduate School’s mission is to provide education and research that enhances our national security, one of the by-products has long included opportunities for young people through ... Read More

NPS Student Team Analyzes Operational Utility of Future USVs
Students of Naval Postgraduate School’s Systems Engineering Analysis (SEA) curriculum have completed a study representing a first-order analysis of the unmanned surface vessel (USV) of the future. Tha... Read More

NPS, NASA Researchers Employ Global Hawk UAVs in Hurricane Genesis Research
In 1900, a hurricane generating 140 mph winds hit Galveston, Texas, leaving over 6,000 casualties in what is the most deadly natural disaster in U.S. history. Over a century later, Hurricane Katrina r... Read More

Student Explores Unmanned Surface Vehicles for Maritime Data Collection
Undersea Warfare student Lt. Timothy Rochholz is exploring the research potential of a new wave-propelled unmanned surface vehicle which industry hopes can replace moored buoys for maritime surveillan... Read More

Faculty Explore Defensive ‘Swarming’ Strategies to Counter UAVs
Unmanned systems have proven valuable and are well integrated into offensive mission sets – from gathering ISR (intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance) to delivering payload. While researchers ... Read More

NPS Acquires Two USVs, Opens Sea Web Lab for Expanded Undersea Warfare Research
Naval Postgraduate School leaders, students and guests gathered on the roof of Spanagel Hall, Jan. 11, to welcome two new unmanned surface vehicles (USVs) to the university’s research community, and t... Read More

iRobot COO and NPS Grad Joseph Dyer Explores Concept Design, Development with University Community
The Consortium for Robotics and Unmanned Systems Education and Research (CRUSER) welcomed guest speaker and NPS alumnus, retired Vice Adm. Joseph Dyer, Chief Operating Officer of iRobot, Inc., to the ... Read More

Ethical Behavior in Lethal Autonomous Systems Expert Lectures at NPS
Throughout the history of mankind, war has been a constant aspect of the human condition. Equally persistent is the impact of technological advances in weaponry, and how this shapes the outcome of con... Read More

University Faculty Keynote Workshop on Ethics in Emerging Defense Technologies
Attendees at the Consortium for Emerging Technologies, Military Operations and National Security (CETMONS) gathered for a three-day workshop titled “Ethics and Warfighting Technologies,” held at the n... Read More

NPS Students Explore the Full Potential of Unmanned Air Systems
In recent years, the Department of Defense has increasingly integrated the use of Unmanned Air Systems (UAS) into a number of missions, from aerial surveillance to data collection. For men and women i... Read More

Littoral Capstone Field Project Uses Unmanned Systems to Map Tidal Inlet Flows
As future Navy SEALs swim silently toward shore, they will be armed with validated 3D maps of the tides, waves and currents between their location and the target thanks to cutting-edge research by a N... Read More

CRUSER Brings Together Robotics and Unmanned Systems at NPS
Chartered by Under Secretary of the Navy Robert Work, the Naval Postgraduate School has commissioned the Consortium for Robotics and Unmanned Systems Education and Research (CRUSER).  CRUSER is a... Read More