The 2013 Technologies for Information Operations course is open for enrollment. Nearly every year since 1996, the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) Center for Joint Services Electronic Warfare (CJSEW) has sponsored the International technical short course, Technologies for Information Operations (TIO). As a leader in simulation and modeling, the CJSEW has developed the TIO course based on recent research and development in associated Information Operations technologies. Presented by various NPS faculty, the course covers several exciting technology areas important for tomorrow’s war fighters. Examples of these areas include:
• Decision Making Theory
• Advanced Networking Concepts
• Tactical Theory from Fleet Tactics and Coastal Combat
• Operational Testing and Experimentation of Weapon Systems
• Target Recognition and System Identification with Cognitive Radar
• Electronic Attack against a Network-Enabled Distributed Sensor Architecture
The course includes a variety of on-campus laboratory tours, exercises, and demos and an off-campus site visit (location to be determined).
Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, California
25 February – 15 March 2013
Officer O1 – O6
English Comprehension Level (ECL) score of 85
Technical background in engineering disciplines systems analysis, information sciences, of operations research, etc.
Tuition cost is $6,500 per student.
Living Expenses: Living allowance is based on $77 per day per diem plus $60 per day lodging on the NPS campus.
Airfare: Will vary per individual
$150 (to be paid in cash upon check-in) to cover the cost of meals and activities not included in tuition.
All applications must be submitted through the applicant's Ministry of Defense to the Training office in the US Embassy in the applicant's country. Tuition and Invitational Travel Orders (ITOs) are handled through the U.S. Joint Security Cooperation Education and Training Program.
15 December 2012
This course is subject to cancellation should the required minimum quota of students not be met. If the course is cancelled, adequate notice will be provided to nations with registered students in order to prevent unnecessary expenditures related to travel. Participating nations should refrain from incurring non-refundable travel costs prior to the enrollment deadline.
Address all questions regarding application to attend this program and lodging to:
H. GARY ROSER,
Colonel, USMC (Ret)
Assistant Dean of the School of International Graduate Studies
1 University Circle, Rm B-047
Naval Postgraduate School
Monterey, CA 93943-5025
Phone: +1 831-656-2186, DSN 756-2186