EESS LLC Researcher Speaks to the US Naval Academy

CAPT Egan USCG (Ret) presented some of the results of his research in modeling piracy to the Midshipmen and Professors of the US Naval Academy as part of the Naval Academy's Distinguished Speaker Series of Lectures sponsored by the Naval Academy Section of the Marine Technical Society. CAPT Egan's work included latest modeling techniques involving environmental, capability, and behavioral components leading to improved practical use of risk models for operational application in waters near Somalia. CAPT Egan is a principal researcher at EESS LLC and currently serves as Chairman of the Washington DC Section of the Marine Technology Society.

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