Purpose - Naval Research Program
Mission - The Naval Research Working Group (NRWG) Meeting is a forum for Research Topic Sponsors to communicate their research and analysis needs directly to NPS faculty and students. In-progress Reviews (IPRs) are also conducted.
Intent - Provide a single, standard mechanism that allows the Navy and Marine Corps to interface and leverage a cost efficient organic research asset.
End State - A systematic, repeatable, and enduring partnership to support Navy and Marine Corps research objectives and make NPS research directly relevant to the Warfighter.
Working Group Input
Topic Sponsor and NPS faculty research needs.
Working Group Output
Virtual Breakout Sessions: Breakout sessions provide settings where individual faculty or students can meet with Topic Sponsors to discuss topic requirements, begin writing IREFs, or stage IPRs of existing research. The ability to initiate topic dialogue is essential for understanding the challenges that organizations face and developing useful proposals to address them. Individuals manage their own break-out session schedules.
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Virtual NPS Lab Tours\Capabilities Briefs: NPS Lab tours are primarily an opportunity for Topic Sponsors to gain a more in depth understanding of the specific research capabilities at NPS.
Virtual Moderated Panels (MP): Moderated, 55-minute panel sessions for Topic Sponsors, faculty, and/or students to discuss key institutional priorities.
Virtual Engagement Sessions: Topic Sponsors, Faculty and/or students will have 25-55 minutes to discuss his/her proposed research topics or current/past research.
Virtual Research Poster Session: The poster session is primarily an opportunity for our many Topic Sponsors to get a better idea of the breadth and depth of the research taking place at the Naval Postgraduate School. Our world-class faculty study the cutting-edge developments of operational navies across the globe. Their research extends the reach of today's naval services, whether underwater, on the surface, in the air, or orbiting the earth.