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RADM Nevin P. Carr Jr., Chief of Naval Research

American Society of Naval Engineers

Wednesday, Dec. 16, 2009

Marriott Springhill, Virginia Beach


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The Office of Naval Research

Thomas Edison

Josephus Daniels

Vannevar Bush

Harry S. Truman

Naval Research Laboratory (Appropriations Act, 1916)“[Conduct] exploratory and research work…necessary… for the benefit of Government service, including the construction, equipment, and operation of a laboratory….”

Office of Naval Research(Public Law 588, 1946)“… plan, foster, and encourage scientific research

in recognition of its paramount importance as related to the

maintenance of future naval power, and the preservation of

national security.… ”

Transitioning S&T(Defense Authorization Act, 2001)“…manage the Navy’s basic, applied, and advanced research to foster transition from science and technology to higher levels of research, development, test, and evaluation.”


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Who We Are

ONR/NRL

People:3,900

Govn’t: 3,360

Contractor: 540

PhDs: 842

SES: 45


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  • EMRG

  • Infantry

  • Immersive Trainer

  • Super conducting

  • Motors

  • Integrated Topside

2002

GWOT Support

QuikClot Silver Fox

Dragon Eye REMUS

Sand Abatement Counter-IED

1995

Clementine explores moon

1985

ONR funded tech finds Titanic

1981Global atmospheric prediction model

1972First GPS satellite in orbit

1967

GPS concept validated

1965

SEALAB I & II

1964

Alvin enters service

1960

1st U.S. Intel satellite GRAB launched by NRL, and Bathyscathe Trieste descends to 35,000 feet

1946

ONR established

1934

First U.S. radar patents filed by NRL

1949

1st Navy Viking

Rocket launched

1939

1st nuclear sub design

Proposed by NRL

1923

NRL established

A Tradition of Relevant Research

Present


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Resource Allocation

Discovery & Invention

(Basic and Applied Science)

Broad

Leap Ahead

Innovations

10%

Focus

40%

Acquisition

Enablers

Quick

Reaction

S&T

30%

10%

Narrow

Near

Mid

Far

Naval S&T Strategic Plan

Focus Areas

  • Power and Energy

  • Operational Environments

  • Maritime Domain Awareness

  • Asymmetric & Irregular Warfare

  • Information Superiority and Communication

  • Power Projection

  • Assure Access and Hold at Risk

  • Distributed Operations

  • Naval Warfighter Performance

  • Survivability and Self-Defense

  • Platform Mobility

  • Fleet/Force Sustainment

  • Total Ownership Cost


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How We Execute

  • 70 Countries

  • 50 States

  • 914 Companies

  • 3,340 Principal Investigators

  • 3,000 Grad Students

  • 1,035 Universities & Nonprofit Entities

(6.1 6.2 6.3)

~$2.1B


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Naval S&T Investment by Performer

Naval Labs and Centers

University & Nonprofit

Industry

6.1

6.3

8%

31%

18%

21%

61%

61%

6.2

Obligations During FY08

29%

48%

23%


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Department of the Navy’s Research and Enterprise

APL

U of Washington

ARL

Penn State

NUWC Newport

NSWC

Carderock

Indian Head

Dahlgren

MCWL

Naval Postgraduate School

APL

Johns Hopkins

NAWC WD

China Lake

NAWC AD

Patuxent River

ARL

U of Hawaii

NRL DC

ARL

U of Texas

ONR HQ

SSC San Diego

NSWC DL CSS

Panama City

NRL

Stennis

NAWC AD

Orlando

ONR Global Field Offices

London, Tokyo, Singapore, Santiago

Ex-USS Shadwell


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The World Continues to Change

Globalization

Proliferation of Technology

Increasing Pace of Innovation

… and the Rate of

Change is Changing


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Challenges & Opportunities

  • Power & Energy

  • Directed Energy

  • Dominating the Spectrum

  • Total Ownership Costs

  • Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Education

Fuels Chemistry

Alternative Fuels

Microbial Fuel Cell


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Distribution

& Control

Energy Storage

Fuel

Power Generation

Power Loads

Electric

Weapons

“Ion Tiger”

UAV Fuel Cell

Batteries

Fuels Chemistry

Electrical Architectures

& Pulse Forming

Networks

Powering & Resistance

Fuel Cells

Alternative Fuels

Flywheels

UV Sensor Loads

Aircraft Engines

Reconfigurable Blades / Blade Loading

High Voltage Silicon Carbide (SiC) Switches

Capacitors

Nuclear

Gas Turbine Generators

Power & Energy


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Propulsion

Ship Service

Weapons & Sensors

(portion of ship service)

Shared Integrated Power

Attack

Large

Large

Electric

Small

Combatant

Submarine

Warship

Amphib

Combatant

Ship Defense

Microwave Weapons

Lasers

Future

Combatant

ABM

Advanced Radar

IPS System

(Propulsion

and Ship Service)

Next Generation Weapons & Sensors Power Requirements

Area Protection

Lasers

Today’s Combatants

Attack Mission

Multiple Lasers or EM Guns

Power

All Generated Power Available

to Propulsion, Ship & Weapons


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Directed Energy

Fighting at the

Speed of Light & Hypervelocity

FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY


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Dominating the Spectrum

and the Information it Contains

Integrated Topside Innovative Naval Prototype Program (INTOP)

RF Onboard

Countermeasures

Enhanced SEWIP Transmitter FNC


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Total Ownership Cost

MOD

RDT&E

20-30%

60-70%

10%

IOC

A

B

C

Operations & Support & Disposal

Material Solution Analysis

Technology Dev’t

Production and Deployment

Engineering and Mfg Dev’t & Demo

1

2

3

4

5

6

6

6

6

6

Next Generation Integrated Power Systems

Corrosion

Automation to Reduce Manning


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STEM

“The number of students who are being educated in science, engineering, technology and math [in China and India], is growing enormously at a time when our number of students who are graduating in those areas in American universities, is remaining flat. ..."

--Secretary of Defense Robert Gates

Source: National Science Foundation


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Basic Research Outreach & Education

Naval Labs

Academia

Industry

Research

Young Investigator Program

PECASE

Researchers

National Naval Responsibilities Programs

Future Faculty

National Defense Science & Engineering

Graduate Program

Science, Mathematics And Research

for Transformation

Fellowships

Graduate Education

Education

Naval Research Enterprise Internship Program

Undergraduate

Naval Science Awards Program

Diversity

High School

Science & Engineering Apprentice Program

Outreach

Middle School

Virginia Demonstration Project


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One Engineer’s Success Story

  • George Stimak, ONR 33 Sea Warfare Program Officer

    • Recognized by ASN(RDA), Top Engineers of the Year

    • World’s first High Temperature Superconducting degaussing system

    • Led team of that included Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock Division, Ship Systems Engineering Station (NSWC CD-SSES) Philadelphia

    • Demonstrated aboard the USS Higgins (DDG 76)

  • Breakthrough Research — HTS Degaussing

    • Cloaks ship’s magnetic field

    • Increases ship safety

    • Reduces energy consumption

    • Lightweight, potentially saving 30%

    • Saves space for added mission payload


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Our Challenge

“I never, ever, want to see a Sailor or a Marine in a fair fight!”

― Adm. Gary Roughead

Chief of Naval Operations


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