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  • About AMTS 2018
  • Call for Papers
  • Registration
  • Sponsors
  • Exhibitors
  • Meeting Information

Advanced Machinery Technology Symposium (AMTS) 2018

The Advanced Machinery Technology Symposium is a biennial conference that provides technical presentations, expert panels, and networking opportunities to the Naval Engineering professional community. AMTS 2018 will be held March 28-29 at Drexel University. Exhibitor setup will be on March 27. Please click the tabs to your left for more information on registration, sponsorship, and exhibiting.

AMTS is consistently one of ASNE's most technically rigorous events, and 2018 is no exception. Check out the list of accepted paper titles below, and register today!

AMTS 2018 Accepted Paper Titles

  • Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence in Cybersecurity
  • The use of a non-thermal plasma fuel reformer to generate hydrogen-rich syngas for improving combustor performance
  • Hydrogen-powered Ultra Green Ship (HUGS): A Systems Engineering Based Design Space Exploration of a ‘Green’ Research Vessel
  • Applying Utility Theory to Improve Autonomous Underwater Vehicle Planning Around Failed Radio Frequency Antennae
  • MVDC Distribution Systems
  • Ship Control Systems: Centralized versus Distributed
  • Design, Construction, and Testing of a High Energy, High Power Rotating Energy Storage System
  • Advanced Submarine Control - A Technology Upgrade for Secondary Propulsion providing New Capabilities and Tactical Advantages
  • Induction Motor Condition Monitoring: Vibration Analysis Technique – Motors operating with Variable Speed Drives
  • Common Mode Influence on Power System DC Stability
  • Control System Data Integrity using a Variable-round Message Authentication Code with an Elliptic Curve Key Exchange Protocol
  • Dual Power Hardware-in-the-Loop Simulation of Energy Storage Systems for Shipboard Applications
  • Virtual Maintenance Training
  • Characterization of Ultracapacitors for Pulsed Power Applications
  • Control and Evaluation of 1 kV Valve Regulated Lead Acid (VRLA) and Lithium-Iron-Phosphate Lithium Ion (LFP-LI) Batteries for High Pulsed Rate Applications
  • Design and Evaluation of a 1000 V Lithium-Ion Battery for Rep-Rate Pulsed Power Applications
  • Hybrid Energy Storage Module utilizing Hardware in the Loop Emulated Distributed Generation
  • Rotating Machines for Energy Storage and Pulsed Loads
  • Fault Current Limiting Capabilities of Thyristor Controlled Rectifier and Modular Multilevel Converter for Shipboard Power Systems
  • Ground Fault Effects of Variable Speed Drives with Active Front Ends in Ungrounded Power Systems
  • Neural Cryptography: An Alternate Approach for Key Exchange
  • Market-Based Control as a Paradigm for Power System Control
  • Smarter Shipboard Monitoring
  • Risk and Program Management
  • Controls and System Response Simulation of Electrically Driven Machinery
  • Anti-Biofouling Nano Treatment Replaces Electro Catalytic Chlorine Generator in Ohio Class Submarine
  • Insulated Bus Pipe, Revolutionary Alternative to Cables for Shipboard Power Distribution
  • Using Laser Peening to Improve Shipbuilding and Material Life in Maritime Industry
  • Sweep Frequency Response Analysis to Assess Transformer Damage During Shock Tests
  • Set Based Design, A Powerful Tool in the Systems Engineering Tool Box
  • Superconducting Power Inductor
  • Navigating the Procurement Process
  • Energy Storage Platform
  • Modeling Navigation Equipment, Ship Control, & Human Response: Utilization of Modeling & Simulation Software to Improve Complex System Response
  • Using Low Tech to solve High Tech Problems: Hardwired rudder control for cyber resilience
  • Development of Algorithms to Predict Production of Electrolytic Chlorine Generating Systems Under Variable Seawater Conditions
  • Considerations for Next Generation Thermal Management Systems for Surface Combatants
  • Performance of Shipboard Networked Control Systems
  • Medium Voltage Impedance Measurements on a MW scale Power Conversion Module using PHIL Simulation
  • Advanced Reverse osmosis: Energy Recovery Pumping
  • Reducing Computational Complexity in Field Oriented Control of Induction Machines
  • HM&E Cybersecurity Situational Awareness System Architecture
  • Standardizing the Layout, Functionality and Control of Ship Control and Situational Awareness Systems
  • Design Validation Using UML Sequence Diagrams and System Simulation
  • Implementation and Baseline Characterization of a Heterogeneous Controller Hardware-in-the-Loop Simulation Platform
  • Temporary Power Restoration Of Submerged and Saltwater Contaminated Power Distribution Equipment
  • Development of a Control Hardware in the Loop (CHIL) Method for Shipboard Power System Control Verification & Validation
  • Demonstration and Evaluation of Large-scale Distributed Control for Integrated Power and Energy MVDC Systems on Ships
  • A New Standard for Robust, Cyber-Secure Electric Plant Control Systems
  • A Phased Approach to Cyber Hardening a Machinery Control System (MCS) - CG47 Class MCS Implementation
  • Dynamic Response Evaluation of a 25 MW scale Dual Wound machine based Power System
  • Reliability Metric Induced Full Factorial Design Evaluation
  • Dynamic Real Time Simulation Model of a Notional Zonal Medium Voltage DC Shipboard Power System for Controls Evaluation
  • Thermal Management On LHD Class Ships With Networked Thermostats and Remote A/C Plant Monitoring
  • Naval Control Systems: An analysis of cybersecurity risk vs time for software updates.
  • Insulation for Electric Machines: An Overview of Materials Challenges
  • From Black Oil to the Great Green Fleet - An Assessment of the Role of the Naval Surface Warfare Center Philadelphia Division in Navy Fuels
  • Additively Manufactured Explosive Charges
  • Piping Database Program
  • Characterization of Dynamic Loads for Navy Applications
  • Compact Permanent Magnet Based Power Supply for Directed Energy Applications
  • Virtual Multi-Platform Integration Suite (VMPIS)

Call for Technical Papers and Presentations

Status: Closed

Abstract submission:

One page, 250 word maximum abstracts should be submitted in MS Word format or Adobe Acrobat as an attachment to an email to Greg Anderson (gregory.w.anderson@navy.mil). Abstracts from NSWC employees must be submitted by encrypted email. Authors are expected to have their abstracts approved for public release prior to submission.

Suggested Topics:
  • Cybersecurity
  • Information Assurance
  • Energy Storage
  • System Architectures
  • Automated Failure Recovery
  • Thermal Management
  • Modeling & Simulation (M&S)
  • Variable Speed Drives
  • Propulsion Systems
  • Auxiliary Shipboard Systems
  • Machinery Automation
  • Power Systems & Distribution
  • Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs)
  • Modular Design
  • Maintenance (Condition-based, Robotics, etc.)
  • Control Systems & Control System Sustainment
  • Risk and Program Management
  • Systems Engineering
  • Life Support & Ship Habitability Systems
  • Distance Support & Logistics Technologies
  • Ship Modernization Technologies
Abstracts should include:
  • Proposed title
  • Authors’ names and organizations
  • For primary point of contact:
    • Mailing address
    • Phone number
    • Email address
  • Written description in sufficient detail for review by the Technical Papers Committee, including a problem statement or introduction, an outline of key points, and conclusions or recommendations.

Important Dates:
November 10, 2017 Abstracts Due - DEADLINE EXTENDED
November 17, 2017 Author Notification of Acceptance
March 02, 2018 Final Papers & Copyright Release Due
March, 2018 Advanced Machinery Technology Symposium

Direct questions and abstracts to:
Technical Program Committee Chair
Greg Anderson, Ph. D.
Naval Surface Warfare Center, Philadelphia Division (NSWCPD)
(215) 897-8762

gregory.w.anderson@navy.mil

Registration

Register Online

Registration rates for the 2018 Advanced Machinery Technology Symposium are as follows:

  • Full time K-12 or Undergraduate Student: Complimentary (lunch not included)
  • U.S. Federal Government Employee or Active Duty (non-contractor): $100
  • Accepted Technical Paper Author - Before March 13: $275
  • Accepted Technical Paper Author - After March 13: $375
  • ASNE Member - Before March 13: $475
  • ASNE Member - After March 13: $575
  • Non-Member - Before March 13: $575
  • Non-Member - After March 13: $675

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Thank you to our AMTS 2018 sponsors.

 

Sponsor Application | Book Sponsorship Online

Admiral Sponsor

Evening Reception – Day 1

$7,500

  • Appropriate marketing and printed materials
  • Front cover of onsite program
  • Interior of onsite program
  • Electronic signage & walk-in slides
  • Sponsored function signage (e.g. at reception, etc.)
  • Various event signage
  • Symposium website (with link to company website)
  • INCLUDES FOUR (4) FULL CONFERENCE REGISTRATIONS

Captain Sponsor

Exhibit Hall Luncheon – Day One

Captain Sponsor

Exhibit Hall Luncheon – Day Two

$5,000

  • Appropriate marketing and printed materials
  • Interior of onsite program
  • Electronic signage & walk-in slides
  • Sponsored function signage (e.g. at luncheon, etc.)
  • Various event signage
  • Symposium website (with link to company website)
  • INCLUDES THREE (3) FULL CONFERENCE REGISTRATIONS

Captain Sponsor

Naval Base Shuttle Bus Service

$5,000

  • Appropriate marketing and printed materials
  • Interior of onsite program
  • Electronic signage & walk-in slides
  • Sponsored function signage (e.g. at luncheon, etc.)
  • Various event signage
  • Symposium website (with link to company website)
  • INCLUDES THREE (3) FULL CONFERENCE REGISTRATIONS

Commander Sponsor

Continental Breakfast – Day One

Commander Sponsor

Continental Breakfast – Day Two

$3,000

  • Appropriate marketing and printed materials
  • Interior of onsite program
  • Electronic signage & walk-in slides
  • Sponsored function signage (e.g. at breakfast, etc.)
  • Various event signage
  • Symposium website (with link to company website)
  • INCLUDES TWO (2) FULL CONFERENCE REGISTRATIONS

Commander Sponsor

Conference Bags

 

Commander Sponsor

Lanyards

$3,000

  • Appropriate marketing and printed materials
  • Interior of onsite program
  • Electronic signage & walk-in slides
  • Sponsored function signage (e.g. at breakfast, etc.)
  • Various event signage
  • Symposium website (with link to company website)
  • INCLUDES TWO (2) FULL CONFERENCE REGISTRATIONS

Lieutenant Sponsor

Morning Coffee/Snack Break – Day One

 

Lieutenant Sponsor

Afternoon Coffee/Dessert Break – Day One

Lieutenant Sponsor

Morning Coffee/Snack Break – Day Two

$1,750

  • Appropriate marketing and printed materials
  • Interior of onsite program
  • Electronic signage & walk-in slides
  • Sponsored function signage (e.g. at break, etc.)
  • Various event signage
  • Symposium website (with link to company website)
  • INCLUDES ONE (1) FULL CONFERENCE REGISTRATION

Sponsor Application | Book Sponsorship Online

Advanced Machinery Technology Symposium (AMTS) 2018 - Exhibitor Information

Join the following exhibitors at AMTS 2018.


Exhibitor Application | Book Tabletop Online

Exhibitor tabletops are available for AMTS 2018 at the following rates:
  • Small Business (<500 employees) - $1750
  • Standard - $2150
Exhibitor setup will be held on March 27, 2018. For more information, please contact Erica Smedley Cox at ecox@navalengineers.org.

Exhibitor Application | Book Tabletop Online

Meeting Information

Hotel

ASNE has reserved a block of rooms at the Sonesta Philadelphia, 1800 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103. The group rate is $139 per night plus taxes and fees. To reserve online please visit: https://gc.synxis.com/rez.aspx?Hotel=56921&Chain=5157&arrive=3/27/2018&depart=3/30/2018&adult=2&child=0&group=03278DU. To reserve by phone please call: 1-800-Sonesta, group name Drexel: ASNE Event.

Event Venue

Drexel University

Plenary Sessions
Behrakis Grand Hall in the Creese Student Center, 3210 Chestnut St, Philadelphia, PA 19104

Breakout Sessions
3101 Market St, Philadelphia, PA 19104, Innovation Studio, Rooms 223 and 224

Click here for an interactive map showing the hotel and meeting room locations.

Thank you to our AMTS 2018 Sponsors