- Carl L. Oros
Research Associate, LtCol USMC (Ret.)
Mail Code: 06/IS
Department of Information Science
Graduate School of Operational and Information Sciences
Monterey, CA 93943
Email: cloros (at) nps.edu
MS - Naval Postgraduate Sc, 2004
Information Technology Management
MMS - Marine Corps University, Command & Staff College, Quantico VA, 2000
Masters In Military Studies
BA - University of Chicago, 1986
- 2004–2007 Military Faculty, Information Sciences Dept.
- 2007-2009 NPS Senior Marine Corps Representative
- 2009–Present Research Associate and Faculty, Information Sciences Dept.
- 1988–2009 US Marine Corps, CH-53E Assault Support Helicopter Pilot
- Information Operations (IW3101 / IO4300)
- Wireless Networking (IS4925 Intro to Wireless LANs)
- Tactical Wireless Communications
- User Defined, value-based, Network-Centric Architectures
- First Command Military Leadership Award for Teaching Excellence, December 2006 and June 2008
- Member World Wide Consortium of the Grid (W2COG)
- Member Center for Network Innovation and Experimentation (CENTIX)
- Oros, C.L. and Nissen, M.E., “Designing Complex organizations Computationally,” Handbook of Research on Complex Dynamic Process Management: Techniques for Adaptability in Turbulent Environments, ISBN: 978-1-60566-669-3; 689 pp; July 2009.
- Oros, LtCol, C. L., USMC, “Enabling Adaptive C2 via Semantic Communication and Smart Push", Critical Issues in C4I, AFCEA-George Mason University C4I Symposium, George Mason University, Fairfax, Virginia Campus, May 2008
- Oros, LtCol Carl L., USMC, “Enabling Adaptive C2 via Semantic Communication and Smart Push", C2 for Complex Endeavors, 13th International Command & Control Research and Technology Symposium (ICCRTS),Track 2, Networks & Networking, #125, Seattle, WA, June 2008. Slides
- Oros, Maj Carl L., USMC, “Proposed Architecture for a Helicopter Information Awareness Module (I-AM)”, 10th International Command & Control Research and Technology Symposium (ICCRTS), Track 3, Experimentation, # 374, McLean, VA, June, 2005. Slides
- Plenary Speaker, Inaugural Working Symposium for Global Information Grid, George Mason University, Prince William Campus, Manassas, VA, May 2005
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