DNWS CM 270 Advanced System Survivability Integrated Simulation Toolkit (ASSIST)

Classified course of instruction provides students the basic concepts of radiation, radio communications, radio frequency (RF), propagation, and optics modeling tools.  Students trained on the ASSIST tools model the environments of nuclear detonations in and above the earth’s atmosphere. The course includes demonstrations, hands-on familiarization and practice using the ASSIST graphical user interface to apply a suite of models to estimate radiation environments and their effects.

This course is offered in the following degree programs:

This course is offered in the following Certificates:

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