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Abstract
The US Navy is focused on continuously improving energy effectiveness in its operations and wishes to explore additional research related opportunities with universities in a partnership. The US Navy and Arizona State University (ASU) recognize that energy systems include human interaction and that an important element of effectiveness is optimizing energy systems. ASUs faculty, student, and research staff will work collaboratively with the US Navy to develop a partnership combining energy related research with the objective of exploring relevant skill building pathways for veterans and military personnel. This program is being delivered on the New American University model of access, excellence, and impact while driving interdisciplinary, use-inspired research and education. To facilitate the development of state-of-the-art technologies and the transition of these technologies to the US Navy, ASU proposes the NEPTUNE research program. We envision up to five individual research projects with a large overarching military community engagement platform spanning three years at $1 million per year.
StatusFinished
Effective start/end date9/16/169/15/19

Funding

  • DOD-NAVY: Office of Naval Research (ONR): $3,000,000.00

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