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Marc Stewart

Principal Physicist

Email

mstewart@apl.washington.edu

Phone

206-616-6322

Research Interests

Marine Environmental Acoustics, System Engineering, Program Management

Biosketch

Marc Stewart currently is a program manager for a five-year ONR program — Operation of Active ASW Distributed Systems (OAADS) — designed to develop intelligent control of over-the-horizon active sonobuoy fields and mobile LFA-like autonomous sensors. Mr. Stewart recently served as the Sea Trial Coordinator for two Persistent Littoral Undersea Surveillance-Networked (PLUSNet) sea trials (2006 and 2007) and Operations Officer support to a PLUS trial (2008). He has also worked on developing Navy applications for the Seaglider AUV.

Education

B.S. Biology, Pennsylvania State University, 1977

M.S. Applied Physics, Naval Postgraduate School, 1994

Publications

2000-present and while at APL-UW

Persistent littoral undersea surveillance network (PLUSNet): Sea Trial Perspectives

Stewart, M.S., M. Delgado, K. Ryan, and B. Ash, "Persistent littoral undersea surveillance network (PLUSNet): Sea Trial Perspectives," U.S. Navy J. Underwater Acoust., 59, 691-714, 2009.

1 Jun 2009

Autonomous Undersea Vehicle Capabilities Study

Stewart, M., "Autonomous Undersea Vehicle Capabilities Study," APL-UW TM 3-07, January 2008.

30 Jan 2008

Glider Sensor Requirements and Data Format Study for the Glider Technology Transfer Initiative

Stewart, M., and E. Creed, "Glider Sensor Requirements and Data Format Study for the Glider Technology Transfer Initiative," APL-UW TM 4-07, January 2008.

30 Jan 2008

More Publications

Acoustics Air-Sea Interaction & Remote Sensing Center for Environmental & Information Systems Center for Industrial & Medical Ultrasound Electronic & Photonic Systems Ocean Engineering Ocean Physics Polar Science Center
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