Category Archive for: ‘Presentations’

MORS Wargaming Community of Practice Webinar Thurs Mar 30 at 0830 Pacific

The MORS Wargame CoP has assisted in all of the past MORS special workshops on wargaming. The MORS Board of Directors and the MORS Sponsors have just approved a Wargame III Workshop scheduled for October 2017. This workshop will build upon the previous special workshops. The March 30 lecture will feature Phil Pournelle (NPS graduate, MOVES thesis), one of the …

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MORS Wargame Community of Practice Mtg/Telcon – Paul Vebber, NUWC on the “Fleet Battle School” Sep 24, 2015

The Military Operations Research Society (MORS) Wargame CoP (http://www.mors.org/events/cop_wargaming.aspx) holds a periodic Brown Bag Lunch and telephone conference where a variety of topics are discussed. MORS Wargame CoP members include military personnel, civilians, contractors, academicians, and others that use professional games as a tool for analysis, education, and training. The MORS Wargame CoP focuses on: – Best practices for the …

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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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MOVES Brown Bag with MAJ Mike Stinchfield, US Army, 7th Infantry Division, Chief of Exercises

MOVES Brown Bag lecture was opportunity to bring MOVES alumni MAJ Mike Stinchfield and hear more about his experiences in working with units that incorporated virtual training in their training regimen. TOPIC:   Simulation Application and Adoption at Joint Base Lewis-McChord PRESENTER:   MAJ Mike Stinchfield, US Army, 7th Infantry Division, Chief of Exercises DESCRIPTION:  MAJ Stinchfield, MOVES alumni, will reflect on …

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MOVES Brown Bag with MAJ Michael (Mike) Teter (TRAC-MTRY):Elicitation of Knowledge from SMEs

High level of interest and importance of the topic provided us with a platform for 2nd session with MAJ Michael (Mike) Teter (TRAC-MTRY) in MOVES Brown Bag slot. Two-parts talk and discussions with audience covered all elements of that process: preparation for knowledge elicitation, execution and data analysis. TOPIC:   Elicitation of Knowledge from SMEs PRESENTER:  MAJ Michael (Mike) Teter (TRAC-MTRY) …

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MOVES Brown Bag: “Promises and pitfalls of social media in military domain”

Yesterday’s MOVES Brown bag was opportunity to discuss current and future use of social media in military domain, including the pitfalls that this technology brings. Useful links: Military Community and Family Policy: Social Media Guide http://www.militaryonesource.mil/12038/MOS/ResourceGuides/Social_Media_Guide.pdf DoD: Social Media Sites http://www.defense.gov/registeredsites/socialmediasites.aspx DoD Social Media Hub: http://www.defense.gov/socialmedia/ Education & Training: http://www.defense.gov/socialmedia/education-and-training.aspx/ Web and Internet-based Capabilities (IbC) Policies: http://www.defense.gov/webmasters/ Army – http://www.army.mil/media/socialmedia/ …

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Testing Oculus Rift at MOVES

MOVES recently purchased much-talked-about HMD from Oculus. LT Brendan Geoghegan, US Navy officer,  provided attendees of MOVES Brown Bag with a chance to enjoy hands-on experience by presenting several demo applications that use this HMD system. We are in a process of purchasing the latest version (higher resolution from what we currently have) and using that to support student research …

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Dr. Kathryn Aten: “Technology, resistance, adoption and use: Qualitative studies of professionals using virtual worlds”

MOVES Brown bag hosted Dr. Kathryn Aten from NPS Graduate School of Business & Public Policy on 24 April 2014. Dr. Aten gave the talk and coordinated discussion on ever interesting topic: Topic: “Technology, resistance, adoption and use: Qualitative studies of professionals using virtual worlds” Description: Dr. Kathryn Aten studies the processes and drivers that shape the acceptance and adoption …

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Global ECCO and Combatting Terrorism Games at MOVES

MOVES Brown Bag hosted our colleague from Department of Defense Analysis, Dr. Michael Freeman, and MOVES Faculty Associates Eric Heine and Jeff Houde, who demonstrated Global ECCO game ‘Follow the Money’. The game is two-players online game that reinforces key concepts of terrorism and counterterrorism. Link to Global ECCO project and online community: https://globalecco.org/ Many thanks to Dr. Freeman for …

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MOVES Human Factors and Training Systems Focus Group Tests zSpace Stereoscopic Display Platform

MOVES Human Factors and Training Systems focus group organized a demo and hands on experience with zSpace stereoscopic display platform that integrates hear tracking, stereoscopic display, and stylus for user interact. Demo also included video capture capability that allows for augmented reality view of the user and 3D scene he/she operates with. Our plan is to use this platform to …

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