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1 Discovery & Invention (D&I) Briefing for ASEE ERC
Dr. Lawrence Schuette Director of Research March 11th, 2015 Distribution Statement D: Distribution authorized to the Department of Defense and U.S. DoD contractors only

2 Distribution Statement A: Approved for Public Release
The Naval S&T Strategy DISCOVER, DEVELOP and DELIVER decisive naval capabilities, in the near and long term, by investing in a balanced portfolio of promising scientific research, innovative technology and talented people Distribution Statement A: Approved for Public Release

3 ONR is Delivering the Future Force
Naval Tactical Cloud UUV-based MCM Operational Environments Cyber Amphibious Combat Vehicles UUV Power & Energy Ground-based Air Defense USV Autonomy Secure Comms Space EW LDUUV Augmented Immersive Training Advanced Materials Engineering EMW ASW Code Code NRL ONRG Code 30 Code 31 Code 32 Code 33 Advanced Hi-Frequency Comms Persistent Surveillance Advanced Naval Power Systems Ohio Replacement Technologies London LVC Training Technologies SAFFiR Santiago Prague FIST2FAC HVP Materials/Processes I made the line spacing a little tighter, lowering it from 14.4 pts to 13 pts. All six NRL images came directly from their website. 31’s EMW was an absolute bear – I ended up using a Lockheed graphic because it was the only image I could find ANYWHERE with both ships and scanning beams targeting an aerial threat. Battlespace Environments LaWS Technology Transfer AACUS Undersea Medicine Singapore Tokyo EMRG Air/Surface/ Undersea Warfare FA-XX Propulsion Technologies Information Systems Technology Sensors, Electronics, Space Platforms; Material Solutions Distribution Statement A: Approved for Public Release

4 ONR Organization Discovery & Invention • Education Programs SwampWorks
Chief of Naval Research  Exec. Director N84M NRL ACNR AVCNR Vice Chief of Naval Research PMR -51 ONRG BIZOPS Comptroller Code 30 Expeditionary Warfare Code 31 C4ISR Code 32 Ocean Battlespace Sensing Code 33 Sea Warfare & Weapons Code 34 Warfighter Performance Code 35 Naval Air Warfare & Weapons Office of Research (03R) Discovery & Invention • Education Programs SwampWorks Office of Technology (03T) Transition Products • Disruptive Technologies SBIR • Affordability Initiatives DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT A. Approved for public release

5 Research Directorate Leadership
Dr. Michelle Skoorka Dr. Ellen Livingston Dr. Joan Cleveland Tony Smith Dr. Reggie Williams Dr. Larry Schuette Director of Research Deputy Director of Research Discovery & Invention University Research Initiatives Enterprise Research ILIR/IAR Dr. Michael Simpson Education & Workforce Development HBCU/MI Craig A. Hughes

6 Global & Fleet Engagement
ONR Global Offices ONR Science Advisor Locations  Countries with ONR funded research Singapore Santiago London Prague São Paulo Newport ONR HQ DC Norfolk LeJeune Mayport Tokyo Yokosuka Okinawa San Diego Naples Bahrain Hawaii Each of the countries colored in blue had ONR/ONRG funding FY14. These programs include Naval International Cooperative Opportunities in Science and Technology (NICOP), Visiting Scientist Program (VSP) and Collaborative Science Program (CSP). FY14: 350 grants in 54 countries We execute $2B/year with the Naval S&T community in the US and 54 countries Distribution Statement A: Approved for Public Release

7 Naval S&T Investment Portfolio
Discovery & Invention (Basic and Applied Science) ≈ 45% Long Focus Time Frame Near Technology Maturation (FNCs, etc) ≈ 30% Quick Reaction & Other S&T ≈ 8% Leap Ahead Innovations (Innovative Naval Prototypes) ≈ 12% 1-2 years 2-4 years 4-8 years 5-20 years Narrow Broad Quick Reaction Tech Solutions Experimentation MC S&T (MCWL, JNLW, etc.) Acquisition Enablers Future Naval Capabilities Warfighter Protection Capable Manpower LO/CLO Leap-Ahead Innovations Innovative Naval Prototypes NSPs SwampWorks Discovery & Invention Basic & Early Applied Research National Naval Responsibilities Education Outreach HBCU/MI Distribution Statement A: Approved for Public Release

8 1,791 Active Grants/Contracts in D&I in FY14
Investment Balance 6.1: Basic Research Top Universities funded by ONR: Massachusetts Institute of Technology University of California, San Diego University of Washington Carnegie Mellon University Duke University 6.2: Applied Research 30% 6.3: Advanced Tech Development In-house Dollars – typical FY Naval Labs and Centers University & Nonprofit Industry Figures cited are nominal historical averages 20% 65% 1,791 Active Grants/Contracts in D&I in FY14 Distribution Statement D: Distribution authorized to the Department of Defense and U.S. DoD contractors only

9 Finding Research Opportunities at ONR
Who should I talk to? DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT A. Approved for public release

10 Basic Research Proposal Success
Pre - Proposal Inquiries Formal Proposals Funded Grants \ Contracts >6,000 ~3,000 $ NSF’s 2014 funding rate: 23% (10,981/ 48,074 NIH’s 2014 funding rate: 18.1% (9,241/51,073) ~1000

11 Industry Collaborations
Where’s the science? Web of Science Top Research Areas: ONR publications 132 32 31 32 Industry Collaborations 25 89 88 152 43 120 30 DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT A. Approved for public release

12 Impact to scientific community
906 Chorin, Alexandre Joel. "Numerical study of slightly viscous flow." Journal of Fluid Mechanics (1973): Martin, John H. "Glacial‐interglacial CO2 change: The iron hypothesis." Paleoceanography 5.1 (1990): 1-13. 513 786 Ci, Lijie, et al. "Atomic layers of hybridized boron nitride and graphene domains." Nature materials 9.5 (2010): 1853 622 920 Wright, John, et al. "Robust face recognition via sparse representation." Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence, IEEE Transactions on 31.2 (2009): Price, Samuel C., et al. "Fluorine substituted conjugated polymer of medium band gap yields 7% efficiency in polymer− fullerene solar cells." Journal of the American Chemical Society (2011): Marcano, Daniela C., et al. "Improved synthesis of graphene oxide." ACS nano 4.8 (2010): DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT A. Approved for public release

13 Discovery & Invention University Research Programs
University Research Programs fund promising new research, stimulate innovation, and attract outstanding researchers to naval-relevant research projects The Multidisciplinary University Research Initiative (MURI) involves teams of researchers investigating high priority topics and opportunities that intersect more than one traditional technical discipline The Defense University Research Instrumentation Program (DURIP) supports university research infrastructure essential to high-quality naval-relevant research The Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists & Engineers (PECASE) recognizes and honors extraordinary achievements of young professionals at the outset of their independent research careers in S&T The National Security Science & Engineering Faculty Fellowship (NSSEFF) provides extensive, long-term financial support to distinguished university faculty and staff scientists and engineers to conduct unclassified, basic research on topics of interest to DoD Director of Discovery & Invention (Dr. Joan Cleveland) Enterprise Research Programs Laboratory Research Programs University Research Programs (Dr. Ellen Livingston) MURI DURIP PECASE NSSEFF DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT A. Approved for public release

14 Discovery & Invention Enterprise Research Programs
Director of Discovery & Invention University Research Programs Enterprise Research Programs (Dr. Reginald Williams) BRC ARC YIP Peer Review ROPO Laboratory Research Programs Enterprise Research Programs develop scientific and fundamental knowledge, provide the basis for future Naval systems, and maintain the health of the defense scientist and engineer workforce The Basic Research Challenge (BRC) competitively selects and funds promising research programs in new areas not addressed by the current basic research program The Applied Research Challenge (ARC) stimulates new applied research projects in areas not currently addressed by the departmental core applied research programs and explores feasibility of basic research with high risk and significant potential naval payoffs The Young Investigator Program (YIP) supports academic science and engineering faculty who been on tenure track within the last five years and show exceptional promise for doing creative research 2014 YIP recipient Dr. Laura L. Colgin, University of Texas, Austin DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT A. Approved for public release

15 Discovery & Invention Laboratory Research Programs
Laboratory Research Programs provide naval laboratories the ability to invest in basic research of technical interest to meet laboratory mission elements In-house Laboratory Independent Research (ILIR) enables laboratories to sponsor focused, high-risk research with potential high payoffs to the Navy and Marine Corps on a discretionary basis Director of Discovery & Invention (Dr. Joan Cleveland) University Research Programs Enterprise Research Programs Laboratory Research Programs (Dr. Michelle Skoorka) ILIR IAR Traumatic Brain Injury Modeling Physiologic/ Cognitive Response Accelerated Life Testing Model Metamaterials Independent Applied Research (IAR) focuses on performing innovative, promising applied research consistent with the mission of the claimant organizations and the current DON S&T strategy DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT A. Approved for public release

16 Promote and Develop STEM Workforce & Capabilities
Education & Workforce The Education & Workforce portfolio raises awareness of naval career opportunities, attracts and nurtures the future talent pool, and fosters the continued development of the current naval science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) workforce Director of Education & Workforce (Dr. Michael Simpson) SEAP NREIP Summer Faculty/ Sabbatical Leave Laboratory Workforce Initiatives ONR STEM Initiatives ONR STEM NSAP Naval STEM Coordination Office HBCU/MI Programs Develop the workforce and capabilities needed today and in the future Emphasize Total Force approach to workforce development Align DON STEM portfolio with Federal and Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD) directives in order to foster a highly competent and diverse DON STEM talent pipeline OSD STEM Initiatives (executed by ONR) NDSEG SMART STARBASE Promote and Develop STEM Workforce & Capabilities Distribution Statement A: Approved for public release 16 16

17 Larry.Schuette@navy.mil NNR overall Rationale:
Maritime environment is unique and complex Navy has historically maintained S&T programs in areas important to USN superiority Areas uniquely important to USN are not supported by outside investments Health, strength, and growth of S&T capabilities in Navy-unique areas depend on USN NNR overall Objectives: Sustain robust U.S research capability on long-term USN S&T problems Maintain adequate pipeline of new scientists & engineers in disciplines of unique USN importance Continue to provide S&T products necessary to ensure integrated naval warfare superiority


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