Location

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Fleet Maintenance Symposium 2005 - Agenda

TIMES
Monday, 29 August
1300-2100
Exhibit Setup
1300-1800
Registration Open
1700-2000
Cocktail Reception

 

TIMES
Tuesday, 30 August
0700-1730
Registration Open
0700-1830
Exhibit Hall Open
***Limited memorabilia golf towels available for the first guests to visit the Exhibit Hall.***
0700-0800
Authors' Breakfast
0700-0830
Networking Breakfast
0845-0915
Symposium Welcoming Remarks
Conference Chair and ASNE President
0915-1045
Panel # 1
Fleet Maintenance Officer Perspective
Panel Members Invited:
RADM Mark A. Hugel, USN
NAVSEA 04
RADM Jeffrey A. Brooks, USN
Fleet Maintenance Officer, U.S. Fleet Forces Command
William Ryzewic
Deputy Chief of Staff Fleet Maintenance, COMPACFLT
1130-1300
Lunch in the Exhibit Hall
1300-1430
Concurrent Technical Paper Sessions

TRACK 1
Technology for Reduced Manning

Advanced Virtual Instrument Test System (AVITS)
Mark McHugh and S. Cluer

New Calibration Strategies to Support Reduced Crew Sizes
Randy Rupnow and Harold Glick

TRACK 2
Program and Management Initiatives

DD(X) Maintenance Concept of Operations
Clif Mitchell and W. Sposato

Development of the Requirements in the ABS Guide for Survey Based on RCM
Robert Conachey

TRACK 3
Maintenance and Support

Compressor Wash Prognostics for Gas Turbine Generators
D. Caguiat and J. Scharschan

Reducing theMaintenance Burden of Shipboard Collective Protection Systems
K. Cogley, et al

1430-1500
Break
1500-1630
Concurrent Technical Paper Sessions

TRACK 1
Technology for Reduced Manning

Integration of Diagnostic Sensors for Intelligent Filtration
Ken Gilliam, et al

Calibration Process Automation For Maintenance In A Reduced Manning Environment
S. Egnak and B. Marshall

TRACK 2
Program and Management Initiatives

New Capabilities of the Army's Maintenance Manpower Modeling Tool
S. Archer, et al

Aircraft Carrier Maintenance Strategies in Response to Reduced Manning
CAPT P. McCloskey, et al

TRACK 3
Maintenance and Support

Flexible Corrosion Preventative Coverings
D. Hutton

Lean Implementation in Ship Repair and Maintenance - A Simulation Activity
A. Verma
1630-1830
Cocktail Reception in Exhibit Hall
***Putting Green / Cash Bar / Light Appetizers***

 

TIMES
Wednesday, 31 August
0700-1730
Registration Open
0700-1800
Exhibit Hall Open
0700-0800
Authors' Breakfast
0700-0800
Continental Breakfast Royal Palm Court
0800-0810
Welcoming Remarks
Conference Chair
0810-0930
Panel # 2
Distance Support
Panel Members Invited:
Bob Bost
NAVSEA03
Bruce Branham
NAVSEA03
CDR Leon Stone, USN
SURFPAC
Tom Perotti
NAVSEA Philadelphia
1000-1130
Concurrent Technical Paper Sessions

TRACK 1
Technology for Reduced Manning

Fabrication Modeling Technology Development for Shipbuilding Applications
F. Brust, et al

Copper in the Rotor for Lighter, Longer Lasting Motors
C. Stark, et al

TRACK 2
Program and Management Initiatives

Reengineering the Aircraft Carrier Life Cycle Maintenance Process
M. Gomori and N. D'Amato

Acceptable Design Trade-Offs Based on Platform Mission: Designing a Platform for Mission Critical Ergonomics
T. Barker

TRACK 3
Maintenance and Support

Maintenance & Design in Support of Alternative Crewing Concepts
LCDR M. Rorstad, USCG, et al

Recent Improvements in Naval Engineering Support for the U.S. Coast Guard Fleet
CAPT P. Roden, USCG

1130-1315

Lunch
Speaker

VADM Terrance T. Etnyre, USN
Commander, Naval Surface Forces

Claud A. Jones Award Presentation
to
LT Robert Bailey, USN
Chief Engineer, USS GERMANTOWN
1315-1430
Concurrent Technical Paper Sessions

TRACK 1
Technology for Reduced Manning

New Synthetics: An Innovative Alternative to Steel for Navy Applications
R. Kole, et al

Enterprise Remote Monitoring (ICAS & Distance Support), Tomorrow's Vision Being Executed Every Day
C. Savage, et al

TRACK 2
Program and Management Initiatives

Integration of Navy Maintenance and Modernization
M. Borokowski and M. Cioppi

SHIPMAIN Entitled Process for Fleet Modernization
LCDR S. Gaffe, et al

TRACK 3
Maintenance and Support

Machinery Health Monitoring Sense and Respond Logistics System
G. J. Gaines and P. Sisa

Supply Maintenance and Monitoring Open Architecture
D. Perrussel, et al
1430-1500
Break
1500-1630
Concurrent Technical Paper Sessions

TRACK 1
Technology for Reduced Manning

Surface Mineralization as an Alternative to Cadmium Plating and Hexavalent Chromate for Corrosion Protection
G. Simpson and N. Heimann

Revolutionary New Technology for a Healthier Ship - Cryogenic Cleaning of Ventilation Systems - An Efficient & Effective Alternative Growing in Use & Demand
E. Andrews and R. Verostok

TRACK 2
Program and Management Initiatives

Condition Based Maintenance (CBMT) Plus Maintenance Friendly Technologies: Challenges & Benefits
K. Jacobs and J. Claman

Improved Operational Effectiveness through a Maintenance Free Operating Period (MFOP) Initiative
J. Ensminger, et al

TRACK 3

1630-1800
Refreshments in the Exhibit Hall
1800-2200
Dinner
UNIFORM: SUMMER WHITE OR EQUIVALENT
Keynote Speaker
VADM James M. Zortman, USN
Commander, Naval Air Forces

 

TIMES
Thursday, 1 September
0700-0800
Registration Open
0700-0830
Light Continental Breakfast in the Exhibit Hall
0700-1030
Final Opportunity to Visit Exhibits
0830-1000
PEO/Program OfficePresentations
Presenters Invited:
CAPT David Gale(PEO Ships/PMS400C/F)
CAPT John Ingram (PEO Ships/PMS400D)
CAPT Michael Schwartz (PMS 378)
1030-1200
Panel # 3
Optimal Manning Initiative
Panel Members Invited:
CAPT MacLeod, USCG
CDR Rabun (SURFPAC N1)
CAPT Gannon (SWRMC)
CAPT Riley (Seafighter OIC)
LTCDR Bryan (Seafighter RSO)
1200-1215
Closing Remarks