How to successfully transition a technology to the fleet: An overview for both government and industry.
Instructor: Ms. Allyson Jones
The purpose of the presentation is to provide a roadmap for the transition new products to the fleet. The roadmap will include all the steps to complete implementation of industry-proven off-the-shelf products. The presentation will also include all the technical documentation required for general implementation and the logistics components required for successful fleet procurements. Finally, roadmaps for both government agencies and product manufacturers will be presented.
Ms. Allyson Jones is an In-Service Engineering Agent at Naval Surface Warfare Center – Philadelphia Division in the Corrosion and Coatings Engineering Branch. As a materials chemist with a B.S. in chemistry from James Madison University, Ms. Jones began her career in the laboratory evaluating submarine coatings. For the past six years Ms. Jones has been leading the NSWCPD Corrosion Assessment Program with the purpose of extending ship service-life and reducing maintenance costs by providing ship maintenance teams with valuable ship-specific corrosion and coatings repair recommendations. Ms. Jones is also the engineering manager for deck covering materials under the NAVSEA technical authority and has been working to overhaul all deck covering documentation including the NAVSEA Standard Item 009-26, deck covering PMS and the deck covering specifications. In addition to these responsibilities, Ms. Jones has become the coating logistics subject matter expert to support coating technology implementation through the active management and creation of supporting logistics products, material specifications and requirements documentation.
Maximum Attendance: 40
Date: March 8, 2018
Time: 12PM – 1PM Eastern
Registration Fee & Costs:
ASNE Member – FREE
Non-Member – $20
From Kayaks to Carriers: Basics of Ship Design
Instructor: Dr. Leigh McCue
Location: San Diego Marriott Mission Valley
Lesson 1: Nomenclature, Archimedes’ Principle
Lesson 2: Intact and Damaged Stability Fundamentals
Lesson 3: Maneuvering and Towing Fundamentals
Lesson 4: Structures and Materials Fundamentals
Instructor Bio: Dr. Leigh McCue is the Executive Director of the American Society of Naval Engineers (ASNE). She entered the association management world from academia, where she was an Associate Professor in Virginia Tech’s Department of Aerospace and Ocean Engineering. Dr. McCue received her BSE degree in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering in 2000 from Princeton University. She earned her graduate degrees from the University of Michigan in Aerospace Engineering (MSE 2001) and Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering (MSE 2002, PhD 2004). As an academic she received numerous, prestigious young faculty awards including an NSF Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) grant, an ONR Young Investigator Program (YIP) grant, and a Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE).
Course Description: From Kayaks to Carriers is a four module course designed to educate non-naval engineers on key issues in the field of naval engineering. The course is open to technical and non-technical individuals with the goal of helping those without a background in naval engineering learn concepts specific to engineering of boats and ships, specifically nomenclature, Archimedes’ principle, and fundamentals of intact and damaged stability, maneuvering, towing, structures, and materials. It is expected that course participants will have some knowledge of either the naval enterprise (e.g. non-technical support personnel) or be engineers from disciplines outside of naval engineering (e.g. a mechanical engineer who wishes to further their knowledge).
Professional Development Hours (PDHs): 4 Hours
Audience: Introductory (100 Level) – Learner requires little knowledge of this topic area
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