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Naval Warfare Center Celebrates World Metrology Day - Change in Kilogram Standard
190520-N-AG607-077 NORCO, Calif. (May 20, 2019) Naval Surface Warfare Center, Corona Division (NSWC Corona) Measurement Science and Engineering Department Head Richard Schumacher, right, and Measurement Science and Engineering Department Chief Engineer Robert Fritzsche, left, speak to members of the command during the World Metrology Day celebration. The ceremony took place near the Newton’s apple tree at NSWC Corona which is a descendant from the original Newton’s apple tree, gifted to the command from the National Bureau of Standards, now known as the National Institute of Standards and Technology. (U.S. Navy photo by Kevin Casey/Released)
June 6, 2019 - Naval Surface Warfare Center Corona commemorated World Metrology Day May 20, celebrating the history of measurement standards that have supported global manufacturing, technology and trade for almost 150 years. The event also highlighted measurement advancements that will result in significant opportunities for the Navy in the future.

Warfare Centers’ individuals and teams recognized at PEO IWS Awards ceremony
May 21, 2019 - Six of the ten Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) Naval Surface and Undersea Warfare Center

Navy Warfare Centers Harnessing Data to Expand the Advantage
190228-N-AG067-892 CORONA, Calif. (Feb. 28, 2018) Naval Surface Warfare Center, Corona Division mechanical engineer Hovanes Keseyan discusses data solutions with members of industry and education during the second day of the In-Service Engineering Agent of the future (ISEA) forum at Corona City Hall. The forum was an opportunity for the Navy, industry and education professionals to discuss creative solutions to deal with the Navy's data. (U.S. Navy photo by Kevin Casey/Released)
April 26, 2019 - In 2017, Hovanes Keseyan was only the second NSWC Corona employee to earn his specialized master’s degree in data science from the University of California, Riverside. Soon after, he attended a Naval Application of Machine Learning workshop and discovered others from the Navy and academia who wanted to implement new technologies he’d learned about. Many questions arose about the data that fuels them: Where does the data reside? Who owns it? How can we access it? Do we have enough?

Top Navy Civilian Educates Engineering Students in Opportunity
190413-N-AG067-375 POMONA, Calif. (April 13, 2019) Naval Surface Warfare Center, Corona Division (NSWC Corona) Technical Director Dianne Costlow, SES, speaks to prospective students during the Engineering Scholars Day. NSWC Corona partners with academia, industry and others to enhance its technical capabilities and improve the quality and speed of products and services to the fleet. (U.S. Navy photo by Kevin Casey/ Released)
April 23, 2019 - Senior Executive Dianne Costlow, Technical Director of Naval Surface Warfare Center, Corona Division, welcomed hundreds of prospective students to the field of engineering at California Polytechnic University, Pomona, April 13, and reassured them they had chosen the right field.
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