Events at NPS
86th MORS Symposium
The 86th Military Operations Research Society (MORS) Symposium will be hosted at the Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, Calif. from June 18-21, 2018. This year’s sessions will be conducted at the classified and unclassified clearance level with FOUO options. Corresponding portions of the Symposium are open to U.S. Citizens with or without a clearance, and cleared “Five EYES” (FVEY) participants with some restrictions.
The keynote for the 86th MORSS is of the Naval Postgraduate School President Vice Adm. (Ret.) Ronald A. Route, and will include 500+ sessions taking place in 33 Working Groups, 7 Composite groups, Distributed Working Groups, Special Sessions, Demos, Tutorials and CEU Courses over the four-day program.
For more information on this event, please visit MORS site.
Cyber Endeavour 2018
The Cyber Endeavour 2018 symposium will take place at the University of Texas, San Antonio, TX from June 19-21.
For more information and registration, please visit http://cyberendeavour.com/.
Cyber Endeavour is an annual, Department of Defense-sponsored conference that brings together military and civilian practitioners from across government, industry, and academia to address the nexus of cyberspace and national security. Cyber Endeavour is an interactive, working level event for leaders and operators to discuss the most critical Cyber challenges facing our nation and armed services, and to identify potential solutions. Cyber Endeavour is a two-part event that consists of a Leadership Symposium and Cyber-X Games. The Leadership Symposium is 3-days of presentations and panels by authorities from government, services, academia and industry. Cyber-X Games is a co-located 7-day operational exercise where participants are challenged in scenarios relevant to the topics discussed in the Symposium.
Exploring Artificial Intelligence for Space Applications
The Center for Multi-INT Studies will be hosting a Technical Exchange “Exploring Artificial Intelligence for Space Applications” on June 27-28, 2018. The event will take place at the Naval Postgraduate School in Hermann Hall.
The Technical Exchange will cover topics on machine learning and deep learning applied to machine cognition and automated sense making for coordinated space systems applications. Presentations and discussions will cover topics in automated sense making where machine cognition is used to distill meaningful knowledge from disparate sources of information. Topics covering how artificial intelligence is used in self-monitoring, recursive design, and detection of an agent’s intent and deliberate behaviors will be examined with a highly focused group of thought-leaders, government experts, and academia.
For more information, please visit Center for Milti-INT Studies site.
Human Systems Integration DL Applications Deadline
Deadline for Application is July 2, 2018
The Naval Postgraduate School is pleased to announce open registration for the nation’s premier distance learning Master of Human Systems Integration (HSI) degree program and Human Systems Integration Certificate program. Both programs are open to all federal government employees (military and civilian) and to defense con-tractor employees (on a space available basis).
HSI Certificate Program
Program length is one year (four consecutive academic quarters, one course per quarter). Course delivery is asyn-chronous (with weekly assignments). Graduates earn the NPS HSI Certificate!
Master’s Degree in HSI Program
Program length is two years (eight consecutive academic quarters, two classes per quarter) with plans to have one synchronous and one asynchronous class per quarter. Graduates earn an HSI Certificate, the Master’s Degree in HSI, and DAU Course Credits!
Application Process for Both Programs:
To apply please visit my.nps.edu/web/dl
Program designators: HSI Certificate Program - 262; Master’s Degree in HSI - 359
For More Information
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CEE Leading Innovation Seminar
The five-day Leading Innovation (LI) seminar is designed to provide Navy leaders with both the skill set and the mindset to understand the critical nature of innovation as it relates to organizational success in the Navy. The program focuses on building and sustaining an innovative organization that produces measurable results now and in the future.
Development topics include:
Entrepreneurial Thinking and Action
Embedding Innovation as a Value
The Objective/Desired End State
A cadre of Navy flag officers, other military leaders, and SES personnel with both the skill set and mindset to understand and apply the critical nature of innovation and entrepreneurial thinking to achieve organizational success.
Who Should Attend?
The LI Course is designed for Navy flag officers at the 1- or 2-star level, Marine senior leaders, and SES personnel.
LI is conducted at the Naval Postgraduate School's Center for Executive Education in Monterey, California.
For more information, please visit Center for Executive Education.
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For more information, please visit dol.gov.
Quarterly Awards Ceremony
The Summer 2018 Quarter Awards ceremony will take place on Tuesday, September 11, 2018.
For additional Information, please visit Graduation Schedule site.
Summer Quarter Graduation Ceremony
The Naval Postgraduate School Summer Quarter Graduation Ceremony is scheduled for Friday, September 21, 2018.
The graduation streaming video will be available on September 21 shortly before the start of the ceremony. Please click here to watch the Graduation Ceremony - LIVE.
For dress uniform and more information, please visit the NPS Graduation site.