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NSWC Crane hosts over a dozen Navy research organizations to meet urgent operational needs
April 10, 2024
NSWC Crane) held a collaborative event to respond to urgent operational needs on January 23-25. The event, called TRON Queen’s Gambit 24, included in-person and virtual participants from more than a dozen organizations within the Naval Research and Development Establishment (NRDE). Attendents are photographed during the week of the event.

Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard supports STEM event
August 14, 2023
Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard Engineer Vance Hashimoto, right, from Code 100TO.32 Technology Insertion, demonstrates how to use a robotic arm to students during a STEM event at the Pacific Fleet Submarine Museum

Laser Focus – NSWC Dahlgren Division engineer awarded George M. Wilkening Award
July 31, 2023
IMAGES: Sheldon Zimmerman, chief engineer for the Lead Naval Technical Lab for Laser Safety at Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division received the prestigious Laser Institute of America’s 2023 George M. Wilkening Award.

NSWCPD ADAPT.VE Lab Leads in Collaboration, Adaptation, and Innovation Efforts
September 28, 2021
NSWCPD ADAPT.VE Lab engineer with robot

IT Modernization at NSWCDD: ‘We are light years ahead of where we were’
September 22, 2021
IMAGE: Glenn Jones arrived at Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division (NSWCDD) in 2019 and serves as the new activity command information officer (ACIO) and IT division director. Jones is leading an ambitious IT modernization effort as a part of the NSWCDD five-year strategic plan.

Navy awards 19 robotics grants to 15 Bay County Schools
September 2, 2021
Patronis Elementary School Robotics League Student operates an underwater robot during Naval Surface Warfare Center Panama City Division’s (NSWC PCD) inaugural STEMinar event March 6. The long term goal for STEM Outreach at NSWC PCD is to make it clear that NSWC PCD is the employer of choice in the area.

NSWCPD Awards First Other Transaction Agreement for New Maritime Sustainment Technology Innovation Consortium
June 23, 2021
NSWCPD Awards First Other Transaction Agreement for New Maritime Sustainment Technology Innovation Consortium

Artificial Intelligence Systems Integration Support Innovative Technology at NSWCDD
May 5, 2021
IMAGE: Dr. Jeffrey Solka is the Senior Scientific and Technical Manager for Naval Data Sciences at Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division (NSWCDD). He also serves as the Naval Sea Systems Command Knowledge Point Champion for artificial intelligence and machine learning (AI/ML) systems, quantum sciences and digital sciences. Solka oversees AI/ML integration for various projects and leads AI/ML science and technology efforts. As part of a Naval Innovative Science Engineering initiative, Solka, Igor Shtau, lead artificial intelligence and machine learning engineer and Dr. Chris Weiland, acting chief scientist, discuss the integration of a Nvidia Jetson and optical targeting payload onto a manufactured quadcopter at NSWCDD. “The project is examining the effects of machine learning techniques on the kill chain and how these algorithms can be effectively verified and validated,” said Solka.

NEEC Graduates Provide NSWCPD with Experience and Expertise
October 8, 2020
PHILADELPHIA – Rowan University students and faculty toured Naval Surface Warfare Center, Philadelphia Division (NSWCPD) test sites and labs on Oct. 24 during a kick-off for the third year of a Naval Engineering Education Consortium (NEEC) research grant. During the tour, NSWCPD’s Applied Superconductivity team leader and a Rowan alumnus, Dr. Jacob Kephart (center), highlighted the Command’s High Temperature Superconducting lab which conducts similar research to Rowan’s project. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class John Banfield)/Released

NSWC Dahlgren Division Engineer Awarded for Impact on ‘Technology to the Warfighter’
July 1, 2020
IMAGE: SAN DIEGO (April 3, 2014) - Kyle Lackinger, electrical engineer,running tests on the ICE-Cap satellite systems at the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Pacific. Lackinger won the Technology to the Warfighter Award for leadership impacting new radar and laser technologies deployed to the fleet, Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division officials announced July 1. (Photo by Alan Antczak/released)