American Society of Naval Engineers - ASNE

American Society of Naval Engineers - ASNE ASNE is the leading professional society for engineers, scientists and allied professionals who design, build, and test naval vessels and systems.

ASNE is the leading professional engineering society for engineers, scientists and allied professionals who conceive, design, develop, test, construct, outfit, operate and maintain complex naval and maritime ships, submarines and aircraft and their associated systems and subsystems. ASNE also serves the educators who train the professionals, researchers who develop related technology, and students who are preparing for the profession.

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Please join us one week from tomorrow for our continuing GSES webinar series. "Naval Ship Upgrade & Modernization" will ...
09/07/2021
Naval Ship Upgrade and Modernization

Please join us one week from tomorrow for our continuing GSES webinar series. "Naval Ship Upgrade & Modernization" will be presented by Tim Nichols, CAPT Mike Good, USN (ret.), Perry Haymon, Tony Winter, and Perry Bingham. Sign up today! www.navalengineers.org/GSES

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As we transition from summer vacations to a busy fall, we are looking forward to our Naval Ship Upgrade & Modernization ...
08/31/2021
Naval Ship Upgrade and Modernization

As we transition from summer vacations to a busy fall, we are looking forward to our Naval Ship Upgrade & Modernization webinar on 9/15 presented by Tim Nichols, CAPT Mike Good, USN (ret.), Perry Haymon. Sign up today: https://navalengineers.org/GSES. It's free!

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Money for college! If you are in our PEP competition or a college student working on a STEM career, please take a look a...
08/30/2021

Money for college! If you are in our PEP competition or a college student working on a STEM career, please take a look at the scholarship application and send us any questions you have. We look forward to seeing your application!

Money for college! If you are in our PEP competition or a college student working on a STEM career, please take a look at the scholarship application and send us any questions you have. We look forward to seeing your application!

Exciting events in Tidewater on September 15!
08/26/2021

Exciting events in Tidewater on September 15!

The Tidewater Section - ASNE is hosting their first dinner/meeting program of the year on September 15! There's an in-person or virtual option for the meeting.

Their guest speaker is RADM Mark Hugel, USN (Ret.), American Society of Naval Engineers - ASNE President.

To sign up or for more information, click here: https://asne-tw.org/events

One final thanks to the ASNE STEM supporters for a great weekend broadening participation in naval STEM. King Mickey lea...
08/25/2021

One final thanks to the ASNE STEM supporters for a great weekend broadening participation in naval STEM. King Mickey learned some seamanship, and George Takei signed off on the Summer NEJ (we think he particularly approved of "An Advanced Controllable Electromechanical Lateral Support System")

Interesting article about a new business model. Our On-Demand Learning library reflects the depth and breadth of autonom...
08/24/2021
Autonomy insurance startup Koop Technologies raised a $2.5M seed round - Technical.ly Pittsburgh

Interesting article about a new business model. Our On-Demand Learning library reflects the depth and breadth of autonomous applications in naval environments. Definitely an area we are keeping an eye on! https://technical.ly/pittsburgh/2021/08/23/koop-technologies-seed/

The new funding will go toward product development, customer acquisition and team expansion. Cofounder Kamron Khodjaev said it makes sense to be headquartered in Pittsburgh, near clients and partners in the AV industry.

Thanks to ASNE STEM supporters and AwesomeCon we had a great weekend introducing new naval engineers to naval engineerin...
08/23/2021

Thanks to ASNE STEM supporters and AwesomeCon we had a great weekend introducing new naval engineers to naval engineering through our free video game, FLEET. Even King Mickey mastered the Search & Rescue mission. You can check it out at fleetengineering.org

Thanks to ASNE STEM supporters and AwesomeCon we had a great weekend introducing new naval engineers to naval engineering through our free video game, FLEET. Even King Mickey mastered the Search & Rescue mission. You can check it out at fleetengineering.org

Trying to integrate new technologies at the feasibility, concept verification, prototype verification, system integratio...
08/04/2021

Trying to integrate new technologies at the feasibility, concept verification, prototype verification, system integration, or operational stage? Join us 8/19 for a free webinar by Joe Rousseau of ABS to delve into the standards and activities that will help you integrate novel concepts and procedures. www.navalengineers.org/NewTech

Trying to integrate new technologies at the feasibility, concept verification, prototype verification, system integration, or operational stage? Join us 8/19 for a free webinar by Joe Rousseau of ABS to delve into the standards and activities that will help you integrate novel concepts and procedures. www.navalengineers.org/NewTech

Thanks Navy League for a great STEM kick-off to Sea-Air-Space!
08/02/2021

Thanks Navy League for a great STEM kick-off to Sea-Air-Space!

In a month, we are excited to see you and these PEP boats dockside during the Multi-Agency Craft Conference. Here is a o...
06/22/2021
PEP Hype Video June 2021

In a month, we are excited to see you and these PEP boats dockside during the Multi-Agency Craft Conference. Here is a one-minute window into four of the crafts coming MACC.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ySXCYNpQCm0

During the Multi-Agency Craft Conference in Baltimore, MD a dozen teams will engage in a five mile race using the electric-powered boats they designed, built...

Think you're up to par? Test out your swing at the ASNE Tidewater Section's TopGolf event next week in Virginia Beach!Jo...
06/08/2021
asnetw - Events

Think you're up to par? Test out your swing at the ASNE Tidewater Section's TopGolf event next week in Virginia Beach!

Join us at the Greenwich Road TopGolf in VA Beach next Wednesday, June 16 from 5:30-7:30pm! Come and enjoy 2 hours of golf, networking, and a buffet.

Registration ends TOMORROW, June 9 at 12:00pm. We hope to see you there! https://asne-tw.org/events

Join the ASNE Tidewater Section on May 19 for their hybrid live/virtual Dinner Meeting Program!We are excited to announc...
05/14/2021
asnetw - Events

Join the ASNE Tidewater Section on May 19 for their hybrid live/virtual Dinner Meeting Program!

We are excited to announce our guest speaker is VADM Bill Galinis, USN Commander, Naval Sea Systems Command.

Place: Holiday Inn Virginia Beach-Norfolk at 5655 Greenwich Road, Virginia Beach
Time: 5:30 - 6:00pm Cocktails and Networking; 6:00 - 8:00pm Dinner and Program
Details: The live dinner/meeting will be capped at 100 guests, seating will be appropriately spaced, and masks will be required at all times unless seated for dinner. Virtual attendees can livestream the program through MS Teams for free.

Whether attending in person or virtually, please register on our website by noon MONDAY May 17: https://asne-tw.org/events

We hope to see you there!

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05/03/2021
NSF Engineering: Four Decades of Creating the Future | NSF - National Science Foundation

At this time next week, join NSF to hear about 40 years of Engineering funding: "The year 2021 marks the 40th anniversary of the NSF Directorate for Engineering, which was established on March 8, 1981. From the beginning, the Directorate's support for engineering breakthroughs helped create the nation's future security, prosperity, and technological leadership." https://www.nsf.gov/events/event_summ.jsp?cntn_id=302523&WT.mc_id=USNSF_13&WT.mc_ev=click

NSF's mission is to advance the progress of science, a mission accomplished by funding proposals for research and education made by scientists, engineers, and educators from across the country.

One final celebration of prototypes & testing: This week, NASA's created oxygen from carbon dioxide on MARS! Check out t...
04/24/2021
Mars Oxygen In-Situ Resource Utilization Experiment (MOXIE)

One final celebration of prototypes & testing: This week, NASA's created oxygen from carbon dioxide on MARS! Check out the specs on the MOXIE prototype here: https://mars.nasa.gov/mars2020/spacecraft/instruments/moxie/

The Mars Oxygen In-Situ Resource Utilization Experiment is better known as MOXIE. NASA is preparing for human exploration of Mars, and MOXIE will demonstrate a way that future explorers might produce oxygen from the Martian atmosphere for propellant and for breathing.

We are less than one week away until Virtual Intelligent Ships Symposium goes LIVE! Join us April 28-29 STEM and tune-in...
04/23/2021
Intelligent Ships Symposium 2021

We are less than one week away until Virtual Intelligent Ships Symposium goes LIVE! Join us April 28-29 STEM and tune-in to:
- STEM engagement sessions
- Expert and young professional mentoring panels
- Technical paper sessions
- Keynote remarks by RADM Huan Nguyen, USN, Deputy Commander for Cyber Engineering, NAVSEA
- ALL with live Q&A!

Our virtual platform will be open to attendees on April 27th - get a jump start to Virtual ISS and preview our technical papers and presentations in advance!

Register today before Early Bird Rates fly away April 27 - 12:00pm ET.

https://www.navalengineers.org/symposia/ISS2021

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As we wrap up this week's focus on prototyping and testing, it's only fitting that we highlight the new NSWCDD iLab at D...
04/23/2021
NSWCDD Innovation Lab Empowers Innovators to Test Ideas, Solve Naval Warfare Challenges

As we wrap up this week's focus on prototyping and testing, it's only fitting that we highlight the new NSWCDD iLab at Dahlgren. In this article, Dr. John ‘JT’ Rigsby invites employees and guests sharing, “We’re here, we’re open and we want your ideas.” Read more: https://www.navsea.navy.mil/Media/News/SavedNewsModule/Article/2580213/nswcdd-innovation-lab-empowers-innovators-to-test-ideas-solve-naval-warfare-cha/

Dr. John ‘JT’ Rigsby and Tamara Stuart see the Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division (NSWCDD) Innovation Laboratory, or “iLab,” as a special place where innovators develop ideas in a creative

On Tuesday, NAVAIR celebrated "C-17 airlift to move the unmanned air system’s  expeditionary Forward Operating Base (FOB...
04/22/2021
MQ-4C Triton UAS program provides fleet with "expeditionary" capability to increase overseas operations | NAVAIR

On Tuesday, NAVAIR celebrated "C-17 airlift to move the unmanned air system’s expeditionary Forward Operating Base (FOB) at Pax River to an air base in Japan." Cmdr. Josh Calloway, deputy program team lead, described the innovation as “They pulled a FOB out of the fleet, worked with Dayton T Brown Inc, and in about six months, at minimal cost, reconstituted the FOB into a mobile trailer and are now shipping it half way across the world.” Hopefully this prototype adds flexibility to going forward! https://www.navair.navy.mil/news/MQ-4C-Triton-UAS-program-provides-fleet-expeditionary-capability-increase-overseas-operations

The Triton program team coordinated a C-17 airlift to move the unmanned air system’s expeditionary Forward Operating Base (FOB) at Pax River to an air base in Japan April 13 in an effort to increase Triton’s operational flexibility in the future. The fleet requested this expeditionary capability...

"The ERI programs aims to support new investigators as they begin their research programs and advance in their careers a...
04/21/2021
Webinar Registration - Zoom

"The ERI programs aims to support new investigators as they begin their research programs and advance in their careers as researchers, educators, and innovators. The program will help NSF build engineering research capacity across the nation by investing in new academic investigators who have yet to receive research funding from Federal Agencies." Learn more at the NSF webinar in one week: https://nsf.zoomgov.com/webinar/register/WN_ut2KOrC9RJ2p3va69zshwA

USNI updated land-based prototyping and testing plans for the Medium Unmanned Surface Vessel (MUSV). Click this link to ...
04/21/2021
Navy Developing Land-Based Unmanned Vehicle Testing Sites as Early Design Work Continues - USNI News

USNI updated land-based prototyping and testing plans for the Medium Unmanned Surface Vessel (MUSV). Click this link to read Rear Adm. Casey Moton's remarks on the program: https://news.usni.org/2021/04/13/navy-developing-land-based-unmanned-vehicle-testing-sites-as-early-design-work-continues

The Navy is making arrangements for land-based testing of its Medium Unmanned Surface Vessel prototype and eyeing similar plans for its Large USV, as the sea service tries to get Congress on board with its plans to rapidly field unmanned vehicles in all domains to create a hybrid manned-unmanned for...

04/21/2021
fas.org

If you are interested in an overview of the Large USV work by CRS. Here is the FAS link from March: fas.org/sgp/crs/weapons/R45757.pdf

04/20/2021

Rear Adm. Seiko Okano describes a new software testing process at The Forge in Maryland, as "A lot of the work that The Forge is doing is going to go onto the Monterey first because we’ve got a virtual twin – so essentially what you really want are virtual twins on all Aegis ships; you have some sort of code that comes out of The Forge; it gets containerized, over the air pushed to ships at sea; it goes onto the virtual twins; those virtual twins then test that out, running in the background – so you’ve got the tactical software just running, but then in the background you’ve got this new software that’s getting tested out as well (to create) additional data to show us, hey, is this working the way we intended it to."

This week, we are celebrating "Creating" and "Experimenting" in naval engineering. Adm. Karl Schultz, Commandant of the ...
04/18/2021
U.S. Coast Guard: State of the Coast Guard

This week, we are celebrating "Creating" and "Experimenting" in naval engineering. Adm. Karl Schultz, Commandant of the U.S. Coast Guard, explained how the Coast Guard met its mission using old and new strategies given today's conditions. https://www.dvidshub.net/video/786704/2021-state-coast-guard-address

Adm. Karl Schultz, Commandant of the U.S. Coast Guard, will deliver his annual State of the Coast Guard Address, March 11, 2021. Coast Guard Video

A little Friday fun! Sometimes the engineering design process, especially your plan, will let you down, but you can almo...
04/16/2021
How not to film a tug launching by Carl F Campbell

A little Friday fun! Sometimes the engineering design process, especially your plan, will let you down, but you can almost always try again. Luckily, Carl Crawford was able to laugh about, and document, watching the launch of the tug Commitment at Halter Marine.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=50707mV4jcY

My video of the launching of the new Crowley tug Commitment at Halter Marine... The camera dried out after 3 days!!!!

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Please Join the American Society of Naval Engineers - ASNE Women STEM Advocates & Young Professionals Virtual Mentoring Panel Discussion, Today, Tuesday, 27 April at 3:00 PM EDT (1500). Inspirational Women Role Models, Mentors & STEM Advocates: Janie Mines, USNA '80; Barbette Lowndes USNA '80; Stefanie Goebel, USNA '80; LCDR Rebecca "Becky" Shaw, NOAA, USNA '09; LT Shuntiyea Langston, USN, USNA '16; Moderator: Heidi Huerter Lenzini, USNA '95. Register to attend the Tuesday, 27 April *FREE* Mentoring Session with these AWESOME Ladies: https://lnkd.in/dx89_DB #womeninstem #NavyWomenMakingHistory, #USNavalAcademy, #womenengineers #womenempowerment #ASNE
The owners of the "Dixie Belle" are looking for a Certified Professional Engineer: Must be a current Certified Professional Engineer. (P.E.) can be in any state in the U.S. Need to calculate stability on a newly renovated passenger vessel. Vessel is located in Lake Havasu City Arizona under the London Bridge. Work could possibly be performed remote with us doing onboard work for you streaming video etc. or you may be on site. We can email you the Coast Guard documents on what they are looking for on the stability test. Reminder for Coast Guard to accept, you MUST BE CURRENT PROFESSIONAL ENGINEER. Please contact: Keith Fernung 928-486-0909 or Dan Delasantos 928-706-4469. You can also reach us at: [email protected] or personal Message.
American Society of Naval Engineers – ASNE San Diego, CA https://www.facebook.com/navalengineers [email protected] ATT: Historic vessel is in need of an engineer to conduct commercial testing Dear Sirs, After speaking with your Alexandria, Virginia location they suggested I contact the San Diego, CA branch of the ASNE. We are seeking a naval engineer to conduct commercial testing on a vessel known as the “Dixie Belle” here in Lake Havasu City, AZ. (Photos attached) The vessel has already passed several coast guard testing requirements and is at the last leg of required testing to be certified for commercial use. We are asking for your assistance to locate and communicate with the appropriate engine to discuss the project and hire to complete the testing. It was also suggested that this might be a great topic for your ASNE Journal which is published. We would greatly appreciate you contacting us at your earliest convenience to discuss the right steps to find and contract the appropriate engineer for this task. CC: Keith Fernung / Dixie Belle / (928) 486-0909 / [email protected] , Aaron Ashbaugh / Dixie Belle / (928) 230-6798 / [email protected] Project Director / Volunteer 2375 Angler Dr. Lake Havasu City, AZ 86404 [email protected] | 928.706.4469
Dr. Angela Moran Using the Power of STEM to Mold the Next Generation. STEM ‘Guru’ As you wakeup on this 16th day of Women's History Month, the American Society of Naval Engineers - ASNE introduces you to this trailblazing woman who made history as a STEM pioneer. Dr. Moran is a frequent inspirational 'Rock Star' of Naval STEM social media across the nation and the world. In addition to teaching engineering to Midshipmen, she was the visionary behind the Naval Academy’s STEM education programs. Spearheading the STEM outreach program for USNA, Angie inspired women by involving them in leading creative STEM events and organized annual Girls STEM events that reached thousands of participants, in addition to her ongoing work as a researcher and educator. Dr. Angie Moran said: "the best part of my 'job' in STEM is I never regretted my choice, and never had a dull day of work, because I learned engineers make the world a better place." Angie’s inquisitive mind and passion for how things work defines her career journey. Key family role models helped prepare her ascendance as a widely recognized STEM leader. Fast forward to today, where Angie Moran has become that STEM ‘Guru’, that role model and champion for the countless students she has touched as an educator, leader, and STEM advocate. #STEM United States Naval Academy, U.S. Naval Academy Alumni Association & Foundation, U.S. Naval Academy STEM Center for Education and Outreach, #navywomenmakinghistory, #navywomenpioneers, USNA Women's SIG https://bt.e-ditionsbyfry.com/publication/?m=63540&i=686580&p=94&fbclid=IwAR3BGoGzxUotKwMCxz9yDZwALaseuBZ2vHCjmDJ71djxQPpArgILZ8bUhB4
Captain Sunita “Suni” Williams, USN From Aquanaut to Astronaut “Breaking Barriers: Sound, Light and Gender for All Humanity” As you wakeup on this New Year’s Fiscal Eve, this 30th day of Sep, the American Society of Naval Engineers - ASNE introduces you to our 30th of 30 inspirational women role models who have rocked our world. From the depths of the sea to the heights of outer space, CAPT "Suni" Williams has always had a yen for exploration. Suni completed Navy Diving Officer School, followed by Naval Aviation Flight School. Whether flying in the Persian Gulf supporting no-fly zones in Iraq, or in support of relief missions following Hurricane Andrew, Suni was a role model and mentor. She completed Navy Test Pilot school, and in 1998 she entered NASA astronaut training and became a subject matter expert in Robotics. Suni was selected by NASA to be the Commander of the Commercial Boeing Starliner mission to the Int’l Space Station – scheduled for launch in 2021! Suni will have launched into space in 3 different rockets – the Space Shuttle, the Russian Soyuz Spacecraft—and soon, very soon, the Boeing Starliner! She spent 321 days gazing down on planet Earth logging an impressive 50 hours of space walks. Suni continues to blaze her own trail, breaking barriers while emphasizing the importance of early exposure for girls to STEM education. #USNA #NASA #ASNE #NavyDiver #NavyAstronauts #womeninspace
Stephanie Hill. Executive Vice President, Lockheed Martin THE Accidental Engineer. "If You Can't See It - You Can't Be It!" As you wakeup on this 29th day of Sep, the American Society of Naval Engineers - ASNE introduces you to our 29th of 30 amazing and awesome inspirational women role models, trailblazing pioneers and STEM advocates who have rocked our world. Stephanie Hill's commitment to mentoring others has been a career priority. She has made STEM education her passion. Stephanie has been quoted as saying she hoped her outreach efforts would become contagious. Indeed, they have. You can’t attend a STEM event or speaking engagement with students at her alma mater, or at engineering symposia, without seeing Stephanie passionately engaging with the next generation of innovators. As a sign of her commitment to mentoring others, Stephanie has been honored time and again for not only her career achievements, but also for her community outreach, especially in the advancement of STEM education: Savoy magazine’s “2020 List of Most Influential Black Executives,” Black Enterprise magazine’s “2019 List of Most Powerful Women in Corporate America,” Black Engineer of the Year..., and many more. Stephanie does everything possible to make sure women and any underrepresented minorities can enter the STEM pipeline and succeed, as she says, “When I meet the next generation, it inspires me.” #STEM #WomenMentors #BEYA #ASNE #womenintechnology #TheAccidentalEngineer AccidentalEngineer
Stefanie Goebel, USNA ‘80 The Importance of Female Mentors & How to Become One. Mentor Extraordinaire. As you wakeup on this 28th day of Sep, the American Society of Naval Engineers - ASNE introduces you to our 28th of 30 amazing and awesome women role models and trailblazing women of character who have rocked our world. Stefanie has been the inspirational wakeup call for everyone she has mentored. Stefanie Goebel is a true pioneer. As a member of the first class of women to graduate from the U.S. Naval Academy, Stefanie has always taken the path less traveled, and her career as a mentor has made all the difference for so many women [and men]. Stef developed the inaugural, highly acclaimed, cutting-edge, web-based eMentor program for AcademyWomen. Stef was a leader in American Association of University Women (AAUW) girls’ summits that included workshops designed to raise awareness of, and interest in, STEM careers. Stef developed a high school sexual harassment training program in conjunction with the local branch of AAUW, convincing the drama club to perform the program as skits. Stef spent her whole career making a better pathway for young professionals, connecting people, mentoring them, opening doors for them. Stefanie and the numerous mentoring programs she has developed, led, or participated in have driven change, promoted diversity and made connections that have positively changed the career paths of so many aspiring young professionals. Stef Goebel has earned the accolades she has received as “mentor extraordinaire”! Stef’s key advice: 1. Don’t be so sure you know what you want to do with your life. See what others are doing around you. In other words, look for role models. If you find a role model that’s doing something amazing, don’t assume that you can’t do it, too. With good mentorship, there is nothing you can’t do. 2. Always look for mentors. It doesn’t matter how young or old you are, always look for mentors. 3. Women, successful women, women in STEM, women who are now in positions of influence over the younger generations need to continue to be that voice, that support system and that bulldozer in removing obstacles for those that follow in their footsteps.” USNA 80 #usna #usnastem #usnamentors #STEM USNA Women's SIG
CAPT Laura Collins, USCG Be True To Your Core Values: Personally and Professionally. Leader, Mentor, STEM Advocate. As you wakeup on this 27th day of Sep, the American Society of Naval Engineers - ASNE introduces you to our 27th of 30 amazing and inspirational women role models -- engineers and STEM advocates -- true trailblazing women of character who have rocked our world. CAPT Collins graduated from the USCG Academy Class of 1994 with a B.S. in Electrical Engineering. She earned a Master of Science in Chemical Engineering from Johns Hopkins University. Laura has served on six Coast Guard Cutters, the last two at sea assignments were on National Security Cutters as X.O. of USCGC Stratton, and C.O. of the USCGC Bertholf. CAPT Collins shore assignments include Staff Engineer at the Marine Safety Center, as Work Life Supervisor in Kodiak, as military aide to the Deputy Secretary of Homeland Security, and on the Commandant’s Advisory Group. During our interview with CAPT Collins it was evident that she has mastered the art of mentorship in all commands she has been stationed. Laura told ASNE, "I do find that messaging to younger generations needs to be well tailored, to the individual, not to the gender, in order to be relevant to them. There’s a lot to be said for the on-to-one conversation and mentoring.” Captain Collin’s contributions to the USCG as a role model for women and as an inspirational STEM advocate have been astounding. #ASNE #STEM USCGA USCG Academy #WomenInSTEM USCG Women’s Leadership Initiative - Liberty Chapter