Naval Postgraduate School

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Halligan Hall
699 Dyer Road, Room 226
Monterey, CA 93943-5000
United States

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Description

The development of a naval institution of higher learning dedicated to the advanced education of commissioned officers began June 9, 1909, when the Postgraduate Department of the U.S. Naval Academy was established at Annapolis. In 1919, the postgraduate department was renamed the United States Naval Postgraduate School. The Navy officially established the school on the West Coast in December 1951. Currently, the Naval Postgraduate School graduates approximately 800 students per year. Its student body includes officers of all five U.S. services and approximately 25 allied services as well as DoD civilians.

Mission

The Naval Postgraduate School provides relevant and unique advanced education and research programs to increase the combat effectiveness of commissioned officers of the naval service to enhance the security of the United States. In support of the foregoing and to sustain academic excellence, NPS will foster a program of relevant and meritorious thesis and research experiences for NPS students that informs the curricula, supports the needs of Navy and Department of Defense, and builds the intellectual capital of NPS faculty. To support the core Navy mission, NPS’ programs are inherently joint, inter-agency, and international.

Tech Areas

Available Technologies
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AlGaAs/GaAs Solar Cell with Back-Surface Alternating Contacts (GaAs BAC Solar Cell)
Aqua-Quad - Hybrid Mobile Vehicle for Persistent Surface and Underwater Exploration
Direction Finding System Using MEMS Sound Sensors
Explosives Storage System
Explosives Storage System
Field-Ionization Based Electrical Space Ion Thruster Using a Permeable Substrate
Gateway Router and Method for Application-Aware Automatic Network Selection
Instantaneous Wireless Network Established by Simultaneously Descending Parafoils
Landing Signal Officer (LOS Information Management and Trend Analysis (IMTA) System
Light Activated Generator

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