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Naval Architecture & Ocean Engineering
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Research In The Spotlight:

EN495 2017   Midshipmen EN49X: Independent Research, 2017


Midshipmen EN504H: NAOE Honors Thesis, 2017   504H 2017


sailbot ABoatTime in wave   Professor Paul Miller: Autonomous Surface Vessels, 2016


Midshipmen EN495/EN497: Independent Research, 2016   1/c Silver, OWC


Midn Tortorici cutting fiberglass   Midshipmen EN503H/504H: NAOE Honors Thesis, 2016



Professor Carolyn Judge: Planing Hulls, 2015   Small Boat


research - kriebel, tsunami bldg   Professor Dave Kriebel: Tsunami Loads, 2015  


CDR Angela Schedel: PhD Dissertation, June 2015   research - schedel


 

NA&OE students and faculty are active in numerous research activities, and the diversity of the projects illustrate the breadth and depth of the fields of naval architecture and ocean engineering.

Student research projects include independent research projects (EN49X) and Trident Projects. In general, students must work with a faculty adviser.

NA&OE faculty and students have performed sponsored research for numerous government agencies and institutions, including:

  • Naval Facilities Engineering Service Center (NFESC)
  • Navy Research Lab (NRL)
  • Naval Surface Warfare Center (NSWC)
  • National Science Foundation (NSF)
  • Office of Naval Research (ONR)
  • U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE)
  • U.S. Coast Guard (USCG)

Additional sponsorship from private and commercial agencies has also supported several research projects performed by our faculty and students.

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