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PAPERS // ARTICLES // PRESENTATIONS  

 

  • Hill, J. and Dobbins, T. (2014) Relative Superiority By Design: Enhancing Maritime Interdiction Capability. Defense Procurement International, Winter 2014/2015

 

  • Hill, J. and Dobbins, T. (2013) Hooking onto the benefits of simulation. Defense Procurement International, ISSN 2049-5137. Winter 2013/2014

 

  • Dobbins, T., Hill, J. and Forsman, F. (2013) Littoral, Amphibious & Interdiction Operations: From requirement definition to delivering high-tempo operational capability. Conference Presentation; DSEI, London, UK.

 

  • Hill, J. & Dobbins, T. (2012) Enhancing Maritime Interdiction Operations using Relative Superiority Theory. Proceedings: NATO CSO Symposium, Transforming Defence through Modelling and Simulation – Opportunities and Challenges" (MSG-094), Stockholm, Sweden. 

 

  • Forsman, F., Dobbins, T., Hill, J., Brand, T. Dahlman, J. & MacKinnon (2012) Exploiting Simulation to Enhance Operational effectiveness and Interoperability in Littoral Maritime Operations. Proceedings: NATO CSO Symposium, Transforming Defence through Modelling and Simulation – Opportunities and Challenges" (MSG-094), Stockholm, Sweden.

 

ARTICLES

 

  • Hill, J. (2014) Relative Superiority By Design: Enhancing Maritime Interdiction Capability. Defense Procurement International, Winter 2014/2015

 

  • Hill, J. and Dobbins, T. (2013) Hooking onto the benefits of simulation. Defense Procurement International, ISSN 2049-5137. Winter 2013/2014

 

  • Nautical Institute SEAWAYS Journal October (2012) , Understanding the Pirate Mision

 

 

PRESENTATIONS

 

Royal Institute of Naval Architects

 

  • Hill, J., Forsman, F., Brand, T. and Dobbins, T. (2014) Risk, Competence, Interoperability and Qualifications For Fast Craft Operations’. Conference proceedings; RINA Human Factors Conference Proceedings. London, UK.

 

  • Hill, J. and Dobbins, T. (2013) The Test Coxswain: The Human Element within Test & Evaluation. Conference Proceedings; RINA SURV-8 conference, Poole, UK.

 

  • Dobbins, T., Hill, J., Thompson, T. and McCarten, S. (2011) Enhancing Marine Ergonomic Design via Digital Human Modeling. Conference Proceedings; RINA Human Factors in Ship Design Conference, London, November, 2011.

 

  • Hill, J., Dobbins, T., Myers, S. (2009) Advanced Coxswain Training.Conference Proceedings; Royal Institution of Naval Architects, SURV 7 - Surveillance of Search & Rescue Craft, 27-28 May 2009, Poole, UK.

 

  • Dobbins, T., Hill, J. & Chapman, J. (2005) Enhancing rib operational performance through the use of user-focused-design. Royal Institute of Naval Architects conference on Rigid Inflatables, June 2005, Cowes, UK.

 

 

NATO Modelling and Simualtion Group

 

  • Hill, J. & Dobbins, T. (2012) Enhancing Maritime Interdiction Operations using Relative Superiority Theory. Proceedings: NATO CSO Symposium, Transforming Defence through Modelling and Simulation – Opportunities and Challenges" (MSG-094), Stockholm, Sweden.

 

  • Forsman, F., Dobbins, T., Hill, J., Brand, T. Dahlman, J. & MacKinnon (2012) Exploiting Simulation to Enhance Operational effectiveness and Interoperability in Littoral Maritime Operations. Proceedings: NATO CSO Symposium, Transforming Defence through Modelling and Simulation – Opportunities and Challenges" (MSG-094), Stockholm, Sweden.

 

 

Multi Agency Craft Conference (MACC)

 

  • Dobbins, T., Hill, J., and Brand, T. (2011) High Speed Craft: Requirements for Navigation, Command & Control, and Crew Interaction.Conference Proceedings; Multi-Agency Craft Conference, June 2011, Little Creek Naval Amphibious Base, Norfolk, VA, USA.

 

  • Hill, J., Dobbins, T., Myers, S. (2009) Advanced Coxswain Training.Conference Proceedings; Multi-Agency Craft Conference, 16-18 June 2009, Little Creek Naval Amphibious Base, Norfolk, VA, USA.