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VCU’s Future Scientists Tour NSWCDD’s iLab
October 25, 2021
IMAGE: DAHLGREN, Va. (Oct. 22, 2021) – Eric Hayes (right), an information systems technician specialist with the NSWCDD Innovation Lab (iLab), explains a computer numerical control (CNC) machine to students from the da Vinci Center at Virginia Commonwealth University, during a tour of the iLab. The iLab empowers innovators to test ideas and solve naval warfare challenges. (U.S. Navy photo released)

NSWCDD Technical Departments Compete at iLab’s JCORE Wargaming Hackathon
August 19, 2021
IMAGE: (Left to right) NSWCDD Integrated Combat Systems employees Justin Foulks, Katelyn Barbre and Brandon Marine troubleshoot their solution at the NSWCDD Innovation Lab’s wargaming hackathon on Aug. 11. Teams used their artificial intelligence and machine learning backgrounds to compete against other departments at the event Aug.11-13.

NSWCDD Focuses on Quantum Computing with its First-Ever Hackathon
June 10, 2021
IMAGE: The teams finished up the event with presentations, followed by the hosts awarding the three top teams. Along the back (from left to right) B Department DevOps Lead Corwin Daigle, E36 Department Scientist William Carter, E17 Department Scientist Spencer Beloin, Deputy Chief Technology Officer Karen Smith, Chief Technology Officer Jennifer Clift, Microsoft Technical Strategist Monica DeZulueta, iLab Director Dr. John Rigsby, Deputy iLab Director Tamara Stuart, iLab System Engineer Eric Hayes, V12 Department Software Engineer Devin Drake, H24 Department Software Engineer Israel Johnson, H Department Scientist Ethan Hada and M Department Coder Michael Hurbert. Along the front (from left to right) Analyst for the A department Robert Pullin, B Department Scientist Stefano Coronado, E Department Test Engineer Scott Heyman, V Department Cost Analyst Katelyn Barbre and B35 Department Scientist Ryan Olk.

NSWCDD Innovation Lab Empowers Innovators to Test Ideas, Solve Naval Warfare Challenges
April 21, 2021
IMAGE: Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division (NSWCDD) Technical Director John Fiore interacts with a concept captured in virtual reality that would enable the collection, curation, collaboration and conduction of Next Generation Combat Information Center (CIC) data and missions. Fiore engaged in the immersive experience made possible by the Next Generation CIC Tactical Advancements for the Next Generation Project developed by Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab scientists and sponsored by the Missile Defense Agency to create engagement and awareness around CIC possibilities through speculative design, looking ahead to 20 years in the future.