Flywheel Technology at The NASA Glenn Research Center
The NASA Glenn Research Center in Cleveland Ohio is involved in the development of this technology for space and terrestrial applications. NASA GRC is proposing a Flywheel Energy Storage System (FESS) concept to replace the current Nickel Hydrogen batteries in the International Space Station (ISS) Electrical Power System. Due to the longer design life (15 […]
Knowledge Management at GRC
This is a presentation that provides a recent historical perspective of the knowledge management strategy and goals for Glenn Research Center as presented by Chief Knowledge Officer Marton Forkosh at the NASA Knowledge Community Face-to-Face at Johnson Space Center in 2014.
Masters with Masters at Glenn Research Center on Project Leadership and Mentoring
Project Leadership and Mentoring at Glenn Research Center were highlighted in a double Masters with Masters at Glenn Research Center. The two sets of interviews highlight lessons from project leadership and mentoring. Hoffman discussed issues related to project leadership and lessons learned with Carol Ginty, Orion Program Integration Lead at the GRC, and Susan Motil, […]
NASA Fuel Cell and Power Activities
This is a presentation provided by the Department of Energy about the energy storage options being used or developed by HQ, GRC, MSFC, JPL, and KSC for space applications, exploring the lunar surface, commercial launch vehicles and Mars lunar expeditions.
Pigs in Space: A Bio-Inspired Design and Space Challenges Cornerstone Project
The Ohio Aerospace Institute (OAI), Great Lakes Biomimicry (GLBio), and NASA, presented the first annual National Biomimicry Summit and Education Forum for Aerospace. VIBE (Virtual Interchange for Bio-inspired Exploration) was introduced by GRC, a sustainable, cross-geographical, 24×7 online workspace. A design project was created based on the themes explored during the summit and asked 880 […]
Showcase of Knowledge Sharing Sessions
GRC’s Chief Knowledge Officer (CKO) Marton Forkosh and Human Resources Specialist Kathy Clark, in partnership with NASA’s Chief Knowledge Officer, Dr. Ed Hoffman, hosted Showcase of Knowledge Sharing sessions on July 12, 2016.
The Knowledge Path to Mission Success: Overview of the NASA PBMA-KMS
The NASA Office of Safety & Mission Assurance developed the Process Based Mission Assurance Knowledge Management System (PBMA-KMS) in mid-1999. The PBMA-KMS is a user-friendly, web-based system designed to support life-cycle safety and mission success management.