Category Archive for: ‘Education’

Navy Times: “…Navy is just not very good at driving ships.”

“…by design.” The two words I would add to the end of this quote to help focus the way forward. Maybe today’s Navy is just not very good at driving ships In the wake of two fatal collisions of Navy warships with commercial vessels, current and former senior surface warfare officers are speaking out, saying today’s Navy suffers from a …

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MORS Wargame Community of Practice — telcon 8 September 2016: Thomas Culora “Wargaming at the Naval War College and the Navy VCoP”

This lecture discusses the use of professional games at the Naval War College and the establishment of the US Navy VCoP dedicated to the promulgation of best practices within the US Navy wargame community. Thomas Culora, Dean of the Center for Naval Warfare Studies, will discuss wargaming at the Naval War College. In addition, the MORS Wargame CoP is invited …

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MAWG 2016 – MOVES Academic Working Group

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MOVES Academic Working Group 2016   MAWG 2016 is a meeting between MOVES and our stakeholder organizations to discuss NPS’s Modeling and Simulation academic program and how research can support it.  Our goal is to review our current programs, identify where Modeling and Simulation is headed in the future, and identify a path forward for MOVES to meet those challenges.  …

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Protected: IMSH 2016

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‘Disruption’ challenged

Rightly a popular topic in MV-4460, Clayton Christen’s 20+ year old theory of disruption is facing new challenges. The ‘Chronicle’ article covers some background and history: The Undoing of Disruption – The Chronicle Review – The Chronicle of Higher Education Andrew A. King, a professor at the Dartmouth College business school, and Baljir Baatartogtokh, a graduate student at the University …

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CS/MOVES Student Develops Lightweight VR Trainer for the LSO Community

The research work done by LT Larry (Clay) Greunke on his thesis titled “‘Charlie’, Development of a Lightweight, Virtual Reality Trainer for the LSO Community”, has attracted a lot of attention among the colleagues from SPAWAR and NAWCTSD, and we are looking forward seeing the future development – and we hope possible future deployment – of this system in training …

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Congratulations to our June 2015 graduates!

Warm congratulations to our MOVES, CS/MOVES track and SE/adopted-MOVES students (listed in alphabetical order): 1LT Hasan Beker (MOVES) CPT Mongi Bellili (CS, MOVES track) Capt Scotty Black (MOVES) Capt John Critz (MOVES) Capt Timothy Curling (MOVES) Maj Casey Demunck (MOVES) LCDR Reginald (Reggie) Johnson (SE) Maj Daniel (Dan) McBride (CS, MOVES track) We wish you a great success and exciting …

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Thank you all for joining us for MAWG!

Thank you all for coming and joining us for MOVES Academic Working Group (MAWG) event last week! MOVES team

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MAWG 2015 – MOVES Academic Working Group

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 MOVES Academic Working Group 2015 (MAWG 2015) May 19-21, 2015   The Modeling,Virtual Environments, and Simulation (MOVES) Institute at the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California is pleased to announce the MOVES Academic Working Group. MAWG 2015 is a meeting between MOVES and our stakeholder organizations to discuss the MOVES modeling and simulation academic program and supporting research.  Our goal is …

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Apr 23 Wargame Planning Session; Apr 24 Surface Warfare Littoral Warfare Innovation Workshop

Location: Ingersoll 122. See poster: Wargame-Workshop 2015 Poster

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