Navy-ASEE (American Society for Engineering Education) Summer Faculty Research Program for 1981 with a Cummulative Compilation of Data on Later Research Fallouts from the 1979 and 1980 Programs.
OFFICE OF NAVAL RESEARCH BOSTON MASS
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Continuing and expanding the Navy Summer Faculty Research Program NSFRP conducted for the Office of Naval Research by the American Society for Engineering Education ASEE previously in the summers of 1979 and 1980, the NSFRP program in 1981 brought 59 faculty members from United States colleges and universities to 10 Navy laboratories for 10 weeks cooperative summer research between the NSFRP participants and scientists at the laboratories working in areas of mutal interest to both parties. As in the earlier years the objectives of the NSFRP program in 1981 were 1 To engage university faculty members in the research programs of the participating Naval laboratories 2 To develop a basis for continuing research of interest to the Navy at the participating faculty members institutions 3 To establish continuing relations among faculty members and their professional peers in the Navy laboratories and 4 To enhance the research interests and capability of the science and engineering faculty members taking part in the Navy program. Disciplines covered ranged from medical and personnel research to topics in physics, chemistry, computer-science and the several branches of engineering and applied mathematics and statistics. Abstracts of 50 reports are presented in the document.
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