A member of the research team at Naval Postgraduate School recently published an article in JOM, the journal of The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society (TMS). Fernand D.S. Marquis, research professor, is the author of “The Role of Nanomaterials Systems in Energy and Environment: Renewable Energy,” "Carbon Nanotube Nanostructure Hybrid Materials Systems for Renewable Energy Applications," and “Predictions on Emerging Materials Technologies”, which were published in the January 2011 edition of JOM. JOM is pleased to provide a PDF file (below) of the news item for your use.
Download the articles on Dr. Fernand Marquis' Research.
Undersea Warfare Program Shines
The Undersea Warfare program at NPS recently received recognition from the school's Research Department May 2010 newsletter. Beginning on page 4, the article highlights various program areas, covering academic sponsors to student research and theses. Faculty research has been central to new developments in naval intelligence and establishing a curriculum that is both practical, as well as cutting edge for USW graduates.
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