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Maria Cimilluca to Head Johns Hopkins APL’s Plant Engineering Services Dept

Maria Cimilluca, a former senior director at Cornell University, has been appointed to lead the plant engineering services department at Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory. “She brings a wide range of leadership and management experience in facilities planning, maintenance and operations, ” APL Assistant Operations Director Ruth Nimmo said …

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Christine Fox Returns to Johns Hopkins APL as Policy, Analysis Asst Director; Ralph Semmel Comments

Christine Fox, formerly U.S. acting deputy defense secretary, has returned to the The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory as assistant director for policy and analysis. Fox will be responsible for developing outreach programs that are intended to grow the lab’s contributions to national security and space policy strategies development,  APL said Monday. …

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Richard Weaver Appointed Johns Hopkins APL Chief Security Officer; Ralph Semmel Comments

Richard Weaver, a more than 10-year veteran of the National Security Agency, has been appointed chief security officer at The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, The government intelligence veteran joined APL in March 2013 as a special adviser and will be responsible for overseeing the nonprofit research lab’s security …

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Michael Ryschkewitsch to Lead Johns Hopkins APL Space Sector; Ralph Semmel Comments

Michael Ryschkewitsch, NASA’s chief engineer, will join Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory in January as space sector leader. He will be responsible for some of the lab’s systems engineering work for military and NASA space science programs, APL said Monday. Ralph Semmel, APL director, said Ryschkewitsch will aim to leverage his technical …

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Johns Hopkins APL to Research, Develop Counter-WMD Tech

Johns Hopkins University Applied Research Laboratory has been awarded a $9 million contract from the Defense Threat Reduction Agency to develop technologies that work to counter weapons of mass destruction. The DTRA will issue task orders to JHU/APL through September 2016 under the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract, the Defense Department said Monday. JHU/APL will conduct …

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Patrick Gibbons Appointed Johns Hopkins APL Chief Communications Officer

Patrick Gibbons, a 30-year corporate communications veteran, has joined the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory as chief communications officer. Gibbons will manage the lab’s communications and branding strategy and oversee the organization’s office responsible for employee communications, media relations and social media programs, APL said Thursday. He previously served as vice president …

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Johns Hopkins APL Wins Potential $5B R&D IDIQ

Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory has won a potential 10-year,  $4, 904, 853, 263 U.S. Navy for research, development and engineering work throughout the Defense Department. The contract includes a five-year option for review and approval by the assistant Navy secretary for research, development and acquisition and the assistant …

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Johns Hopkins University, APL to Support Tech Development Research Agreement Funded by Facebook

TYSONS CORNER, VA, Dec. 23, 2016 — Johns Hopkins University and its Applied Physics Laboratory have joined a group of universities and research centers in support of a Facebook-sponsored academic research agreement, ExecutiveBiz reported Thursday. SARA aims to advance the development of new technology that will work to allow collaborations …

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Johns Hopkins’ APL Awarded $405M for Special Operations Analysis, Studies

Johns Hopkins University’s Applied Physics Laboratory will carry out analysis work and studies in areas related to science and technology for Special Operations Command under a five-year, $405 million contract. The Defense Department said Tuesday APL will also perform experiments, engineering and developmental work in order to apply investigative findings …

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United Launch Services Awarded Solar Probe Plus Launch

United Launch Services, a subsidiary of United Launch Alliance LLC,  will render the launch services for NASA‘s planned Solar Probe Plus satellite, scheduled in two years. The space agency, which announced the $389.1 million contract award Wednesday, said the 20-day launch period for the SPP will commence on July 31, 2018. The SPP, currently under construction at the Johns Hopkins University Applied …

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