Summaries - Research
Back Aircraft Combat Survivability Research & Education
|Division||Graduate School of Engineering & Applied Science|
|Department||Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering|
|Investigator(s)||Adams, Christopher A.|
|Sponsor||Joint Aircraft Survivability Program Office (Joint)|
Conduct of research in sync with JASP goals and objectives, to include student thesis support by providing counseling and academic support for graduate thesis students at NPS
Conduct routine counseling and academic support for graduate thesis students. Thesis/paper development provides an environment to increase the knowledge base and cultivate future leaders in aircraft survivability. Activities may include travel to attend conferences, meetings and/or other events to fulfill this objective. Provide appropriate academic support to JASP sponsored educational events/publications/ activities or events (funding and schedule dependent), such as providing ACS tutorials.
Plan, develop and execute a short course in aircraft combat survivability designed to provide an overview of the aircraft combat survivability discipline. The non-credit course is intended for Department of Defense personnel and Government Contractors who work in aircraft survivability fields such as survivability modeling and simulation, ballistic and vulnerability testing, susceptibility reduction and vulnerability reduction.
|Publications||Publications, theses (not shown) and data repositories will be added to the portal record when information is available in FAIRS and brought back to the portal|
|Data||Publications, theses (not shown) and data repositories will be added to the portal record when information is available in FAIRS and brought back to the portal|