ONRs Acquisition Forum Global Brief MLF

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ONR International S&T:  ONR International S&T Acquisition Forum 20 NOV 2007 ONR’s Mission:  o foster, plan, facilitate, and transition scientific research in recognition of its paramount importance to enable future naval power and the preservation of national security. T The Office of Naval Research’s job is to enable the innovative operational concepts of the Navy and Marine Corps so that Sailors and Marines can fight today’s—and tomorrow’s—wars more effectively. ONR’s Mission Naval S&T Strategy:  Naval S&T Strategy DON S&T Strategy framework was reviewed with S&T Corporate Board (ASN RD&A, VCNO, and the ACMC) Strategy cell chartered by CNR Approach Top Down Gather information Guidance & Other Agencies Engage the COCOMS Engage the Naval Enterprise/MCCDC Engage OPNAV & HQMC Engage the Naval S&T Community ONR, NRL, NRAC, NSB Define Strategic Directions Signed out and approved 19 January 2007 Naval S&T Strategic Objectives:  Naval S&T Strategic Objectives Ensure alignment of Naval S&T with Naval missions and future capability needs Communicate the S&T vision and approach to senior decision makers, key stakeholders, S&T partners, customers and performers Balance and manage the S&T portfolio based on some key tenets: Strive to touch intellectual capital worldwide Leverage U.S. and global technology insights Sponsor primarily external performers Maintain NRL in-house research capability as the Navy/Marine Corps Corporate Laboratory Manage a balanced portfolio with technical Program Officers ONR S&T Portfolio Balance:  S&T has a long-term focus but is responsive to near - term Naval needs ONR S&T Portfolio Balance Near Mid Far Focus Hi Lo Quick Reaction S&T Discovery & Invention (Basic and Applied Science) S&T Acquisition Enablers Leap Ahead Innovations 40% 10% 30% 10% Naval S&T Strategy Process:  Naval S&T Strategy Process SECNAV OPNAV COCOMS HQMC Naval FOCUS AREAS NAVAL ENTERPRISE AIR SURF SUB NETWAR NECC MC Strategy 21 Navy Strategic Plan Naval Power 21 Combatant Commanders New Concepts & Scientific Discovery NAVAL S&T Strategy Global Innovation Technology & Threat Surprise USMC N81/MCCDC Analysis S&T Corporate Board S&T Products S&T Opportunities NSW Naval S&T Strategic Focus Areas:  Enabler -- Global Technology Awareness Enabler -- S&E Workforce/Performer Base Naval S&T Strategic Focus Areas Global Technology Awareness Enabler:  Global Technology Awareness Enabler Vision: Tap global innovation to address naval challenges and mitigate technological surprise. Objectives OPPORTUNITY: Capitalize on global innovation and investment to solve Naval S&T challenges. Provide access and establish relationships with international leaders in relevant research fields Establish direct collaborations between ONR and NRL scientists with foreign scientists Provide mature technology to international partners and test and evaluate foreign technology THREAT: Build global S&T awareness to mitigate risk of potential technological surprise. Provide international trends, accomplishments, and centers of excellence for Naval S&T strategic areas Identify geographically significant trends and advances to forecast threats and trends in global S&T FLEET/FORCE: Ensure Fleet/Force capability needs are communicated to the Naval S&T community, and facilitate delivery of Naval S&T solutions to the Fleet/Force. Embed Science Advisors within the Fleet/Force to provide direct communication of current and emerging S&T challenges Utilize Science Advisors to provide relevant, timely Naval S&T solutions to Fleet/Force needs Utilize Naval S&T to assist in carrying out theater security cooperation priorities globally Provide rapid-response S&T solutions to immediate deck-plate level issues in response to Warfighter requests. ONR Global Mission:  ONR Global Mission To search the globe for promising, emerging scientific research and advanced technologies to enable the Office of Naval Research to address the current needs of the Fleet and Force effectively and to investigate and assess revolutionary, high-payoff technologies for future Naval missions and capabilities ONR Global Major Programs:  International Science Program Provides engagement with leading edge international scientists and innovators Increases the Naval awareness of global technology Science Advisor Program Communicates Fleet/Forces capability needs to the US Naval Research Enterprise Provides NRE solutions to Fleet/Forces problems Tech Solutions Program Provides Fleet/Force with near-term prototype solutions to Sailor/Marine needs ONR Global Major Programs ONR Global:  ONR Global Eur/Af/Me Director Americas Director Hong Kong (proposed) Technology Solutions Fleet/Forces Division International Liaison Office Science Advisors Santiago CNR Singapore Tokyo London Russia (Virtual) Asia/Pacific Director Asia Science Advisors Europe Science Advisors Americas Science Advisors Staff OIC Tokyo OIC London Admin Comptroller IT & Security Grant Technician Secretary Bangalore (Virtual) CO XO TD ONR Global Presence:  ONR Global Presence ONRG-DC ONR Global HQ Office CNO Executive Panel  NCIS/CNO(N34) /SES  CNO(N81)  Mechanicsburg NAVSUP  ONRG-Santiago ONRG-London Chief Scientist ONRG-Tokyo ONRG-Singapore Commanding Officer Newport CNO SSG  San Diego COMTHIRDFLT  COMNAVSURFFOR  CG I MEF  COMFLTASWCOM  Honolulu USPACOM  COMPACFLT  COMMARFORPAC  COMSUBPAC  Norfolk COMUSFLTFORCOM  COMNAVAIRFOR  COMNAVNETWARCOM  COMSUBFOR  COMMARFOR  COMNECC  Camp LeJeune CG II MEF  Bahrain COMNAVCENT  Yokosuka C7F  Naples COMUSNAVEUR   Joint Command  Naval Command SA Science Advisor AD Associate Director ONR Global: People and Tools :  ONR Global: People and Tools Associate Directors, short-term focused assessors and adjunct scientists Liaison visits Visiting Scientist Program (VSP) Conference Support Program (CSP) Naval International Cooperative Opportunities in S&T Program (NICOP) Access and Cooperation: Associate Directors:  Access and Cooperation: Associate Directors ONR Global currently has 14 Associate Directors (ADs) and six vacancies (filling in FY’08) distributed between 4 international locations ADs are subject matter experts and/or regional experts whose primary mission is to provide access to international experts in fields of interest to the Naval S&T community Short-term assessors and adjunct scientists ONR Global Associate Directors:  ONR Global Associate Directors Access and Cooperation: Liaison Visits:  Access and Cooperation: Liaison Visits ONRG Scientists visit international institutions to develop access and discover cutting edge S&T In FY06 ONR-Global Associate Directors and Leadership made over 360 liaison visits In FY07 ONR-Global Associate Directors and Leadership made over 313 liaison visits International S&T Engagement:  AFRICOM Cameroon Cape Verde Islands Ghana Nigeria South Africa Tunisia CENTCOM: Egypt Iraq Kyrgyzstan Pakistan PACOM Australia China Hong Kong India Indonesia Japan Malaysia Mongolia New Zealand Singapore South Korea Taiwan Thailand Vietnam SOUTHCOM Argentina Bahamas Brazil Chile Colombia Panama Peru Uruguay NORTHCOM Canada Mexico International S&T Engagement Access & Cooperation: Visiting Scientist Program:  Access & Cooperation: Visiting Scientist Program Visiting Scientist Program (VSP): Supports travel of foreign scientists to socialize new S&T ideas or findings with the NRE In FY06 international scientists from 23 countries made 58 visits In FY07 international scientists from 22 countries made 42 visits Visiting Scientist Program: Focus Areas:  Visiting Scientist Program: Focus Areas NOTE: When a visitor’s expertise resides in more than 1 focus area the visit was counted in all focus areas. FY07 Number of Visits: 43* FY06 Number of Visits: 58 AMR AAHR AIW DO FFS IAC MDA NWPP OE PM PE PP GTA SSD SEM AMR AAHR AIW DO FFS IAC MDA NWPP OE PM PE PP GTA SSD SEM (15) (15) (2) (1) (3) (19) (16) (17) (2) (6) (2) (13) (16) (16) (0) (11) (5) (3) (3) (4) (14) (6) (14) (3) (4) (0) (5) (2) (5) (0) *FY07 data is as of 17 August 2007 FY’07 Visiting Scientist Program: Countries:  Mexico (1) Brazil (2) Australia (1) Japan (1) Korea (2) India (2) Russia (5) Iraq (1) Israel (2) Senegal (1) Ghana (1) Nigeria (2) Denmark (1) UK (10) Spain (1) France (1) Germany (3) FY’07 Visiting Scientist Program: Countries Portugal (1) Switzerland (1) Ukraine (1) Hong Kong (1) Moldova (1) Reflects VSP support as of 13SEP2007 *USA visits reflects trip for scientist from Puerto Rico USA* (1) Access and Cooperation: Conference Support Program:  Access and Cooperation: Conference Support Program Both ONRG and ONR support technical conferences worldwide to increase awareness of “who’s who” globally and to build relationships ONRG utilizes the Conference Support Program (CSP) and prioritizes focused workshops with a high Naval impact, but recognizes the utility of co-sponsoring larger fora in regions or technical areas of strategic investment In FY06 ONR-Global funded 74 international conferences In FY07 ONR-Global funded 73 international conferences Conference Support Program: Focus Areas:  Conference Support Program: Focus Areas FY06 Number of Conferences: 74 FY07* Number of Conferences: 73 AMR AAHR AIW DO FFS IAC MDA NWPP OE PM PE PP GTA SSD SEM AMR AAHR AIW DO FFS IAC MDA NWPP OE PM PE PP GTA SSD SEM (22) (14) (19) (13) (1) (17) (22) (8) (20) (15) (4) (6) (5) (1) (2) (17) (15) (8) (5) (1) (20) (15) (8) (19) (11) (9) (4) (7) (3) (1) NOTE: When a CSP supports more than 1 focus area (FA) the conference was counted in each focus area. *FY07 reflects funding as of 17 AUG 2007 Slide23:  Brazil (2) Australia (1) Japan (2) USA (3) India (2) Russia (9) France (3) Italy (8) Poland (1) UK (15) FY’07 Conference Support Program: Countries Colombia (1) Denmark (4) Germany (2) Greece (2) Korea (1) Kyrgyzstan (1) Mexico (2) Norway (2) Panama (1) Spain (4) Sweden (1) Thailand (1) Turkey (1) Ukraine (1) Vietnam (1) *For conferences listed in the USA funds were specifically used for conference organizers to bring foreign scientists to an international conferences in the USA. Hungary (1) Uruguay (1) Direct Collaboration and Funding: NICOPs:  Direct Collaboration and Funding: NICOPs NICOPs provide direct research support to international scientists to help the NRE address Naval S&T challenges Grants and contracts are co-funded by ONR-Global and ONR/NRL or the NRE NICOP: Focus Areas:  NICOP: Focus Areas FY07* Grants: 47 FY06 Number: 44 (9) (2) (15) (2) (5) (0) (0) (1) (4) (10) (0) (2) (1) (0) (0) (10) (1) (23) (0) (2) (5) (2) (7) (1) (4) (0) (2) (2) (1) (0) AMR AAHR AIW DO FFS IAC MDA NWPP OE PM PE PP GTA SSD SEM AMR AAHR AIW DO FFS IAC MDA NWPP OE PM PE PP GTA SSD SEM *as of 14 AUG 2007 NOTE: When the work proposed in a NICOP supports more than 1 focus area, it was counted in all of the relevant focus areas. Slide26:  Brazil (1) Australia (3) Japan (7) Argentina (1) Chile (1) Columbia (1) Taiwan (2) India (1) Russia (2) Sweden (1) France (1) Poland (1) Romania (1) Greece (1) Denmark (2) Korea (2) Singapore (2) Italy (4) UK (8) FY07* NICOPs: Countries *As of 18 SEP 2007 Georgia (1) Bulgaria (2) EUCOM Visit Amounts Not Listed on Map Summary & Contacts:  ONR Global Provides worldwide presence, ensuring technology awareness and access to global science and innovation Embeds scientists/engineers in the Fleet/Force to coordinate the Commander’s S&T interests and concerns back to the NRE Delivers NRE solutions to the Fleet/Force through Tech Solutions Command Leadership Commanding Officer (Singapore) CAPT Chip Fowler Technical Director (London) Dr. Clayton Stewart ONR HQ Contacts Director, International Liaison Office Dr. Melissa Flagg melissa.flagg@navy.mil 703-588-0734 Director, Fleet Forces Division Mr. Mike Meyers Summary & Contacts Back-up :  Back-up A few examples of interesting global SCIENCE and technology…. Solid State Gyros/ IMUs/Accelerometers:  Solid State Gyros/ IMUs/Accelerometers Need: EM Railgun: Guidance systems capable up to 35,000 g Current approach: No currently developed guidance systems capable in this range Potential Technology Solution: Solid State gyroscopes, inertial measuring units (IMUs) and altitude heading reference systems (AHRS) Developed by Innalabs with their Russian and Ukrainian laboratory partners Impact: Affordable, accurate gyros, and resulting IMUs, with high g capability could provide opportunities in the EM Railgun program Next Steps: ONR Railgun program is submitting specs to Innalab to determine specific applicability to ongoing programs Europe & Russia/FSU Transparent Ceramic Laser Materials:  Transparent Ceramic Laser Materials Need: High Energy Laser programs need lenses with high thermal conductivity Current approach: Current single crystal (solid state Nd/YAG) technologies do not scale up well to high power levels High thermal conductivity materials are not well suited for single crystal growth, limiting current lens technology Potential Technology Solution: Large-scale ceramics processes demonstrated in Japan appear to improve optical quality of laser host materials Impact & Next Steps: ONR Global is providing research support funds (NICOP) to incorporate the process into the current NRL program NRL believes that the incorporation of this Japanese technology could accelerate the NRL program forward by 2 years. Asia & Pacific Rim

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