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Back Theses Research and Curriculum Support for the Applied Physics of Combat Systems Curriculum (533)
|Division||Graduate School of Engineering & Applied Science|
|Investigator(s)||Smith, Kevin B.|
|Sponsor||Naval Sea Systems Command (Navy)|
The proposed funding provides direct support between Curriculum Sponsor (PEO IWS), curriculum students, faculty and their research. The proposed funding is provided for sponsorship of the NPS Applied Physics of Combat Systems (APCS) Curriculum. Participants will work directly with the faculty in the study of combat systems as well as student thesis research. This curriculum includes topics that are of direct interest and have application to PEO IWS including the design of advanced sensors and weapons systems, and improvements to better prepare the student in future air, surface, and undersea threats.
PEO IWS recognizes the need to participate directly with the faculty in the study of military systems and in curriculum development, educational upgrades, and student thesis research. PEO IWS also recognizes the importance of directly linking the curriculum students to the programs managed by PEO IWS. Central funding at the (Physics) department level is requested in order to enable better coordination with individual research projects and to initiate efforts that further the science and technology goals of PEO IWS.
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