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Overview:

This webinar will be a balanced discussion of the Modeling and Simulation ecosystem within NSWC. Mr. Stergiou will focus on the tools, processes, and QA that is involved in this work, and provide examples of this work's impact on acquisition programs. This Distribution A talk will include time for Q&A so all participants can leave with a firm understanding of the M&S environment.

 

Date & Time: September 8th, 2022; 1300-1400 ET (Presentation with live Q&A discussion)
Audience: All engineers, program managers, executives, and students interested in modeling and simulation.
Virtual Course Format: This presentation and discussion will occur in Microsoft Teams. If you do not have Teams, you will be able to view this event in your browser.
Enrollment Fee: FREE!
Professional Development Hours: 1.00 Hour (free for ASNE Members or $40 for nonmembers. Please use the ASNE PDH form and send it to education@navalengineers.org.)
Questions: Please email education@navalengineers.org or call ASNE HQ at (703) 836-6727.


 

Presenter's Biography

Jonathan C. Stergiou

Distinguished Engineer for Hull & Mechanical System/Ship Integration Modeling & Simulation
Naval Surface Warfare Center

Mr. Stergiou serves as the Distinguished Engineer (ST) for Hull & Mechanical System/Ship Integration Modeling and Simulation at the Naval Surface Warfare Center Carderock Division (NSWCCD) in Bethesda, MD. This position leads the development of new and improved approaches and capabilities to advance the state-of-the-art in modeling and simulation and computational mechanics related to all aspects of ship, submarine, and unmanned surface/undersea vehicle platform designs and system improvements. He was appointed to the scientific and technical cadre of senior executives in August 2019.

Mr. Stergiou has been developing modeling and simulation capabilities for the Navy since 2008, when he began his career as an engineer in the NSWCCD Hull Response and Protection branch.

Prior to his current assignment, Mr. Stergiou was the Survivability and Weapons Effects Modeling and Simulation Program Manager as well as the lead developer for the DoD High Performance Computing Modernization Program CREATE Ships Shock/Damage product. He has also served as a designated engineering manager within the NAVSEA Ship Integrity and Performance Engineering Directorate. Previous work spans the areas of ship and submarine survivability assessment, platform design, tool integration, cluster system administration, and high performance computing. He has held positions on national symposia technical advisory committees and review panels, including the DoD HPCMP Scientific Advisory Board.

Mr. Stergiou has served on inter-agency and international consortiums and is a recognized authority on physics-based modeling and simulation techniques. He participated in the multi-national forensic investigation of the 2010 sinking of the ROKS Cheonan. More recently he led development of critical technology for Navy shock trials and co-developed a unique multi-program multi-data communication protocol for multiphysics modeling and simulation. He has authored dozens of publications and conference proceedings.

 

September 8, 2022 Webinar Details Technical Requirements to Participate

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Event Invitation

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Questions: Please contact ASNE at education@navalengineers.org or (703) 836-6727.

Professional Development Hours

If you registered for this webinar, you can complete and email the ASNE PDH form (Word version) then send it to education@navalengineers.org to receive a certificate.

 

Questions, comments, suggestions? Email us at education@navalengineers.org