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ASNE Day 2013



Call for Papers Status: CLOSED

Event Details:
ASNE Day 2013: Engineering America's Maritime Dominance
February 21-22, 2013
Hyatt Regency Crystal City
Arlington, VA

Deadlines:

  • August 10, 2012 - Abstracts Due (Deadline Extended)
  • August 24, 2012 - Author Notification
  • Oct 15, 2012 - Draft Papers Due for Peer Review
  • Nov 21, 2012 - Review Comments to Authors
  • Jan 28, 2013 - Final Papers & Copyright Release Due
  • Feb 7, 2013 - Final Presentations & Biographies Due

Email abstracts in Word format to:
ASNEDay2013@navalengineers.org

Contacts:

Technical Chair:
Dr. Zareh Soghomonian, ASNE Day 2013 Papers Chair
zareh_soghomonian@ieee.org

ASNE Contact:
Jared Pierce, ASNE Communications Coordinator
(703) 836-6727 x17 or jpierce@navalengineers.org

Overview:

With the ever increasing cost of naval military operations, the importance of efficient use of naval assets will be imperative for United States’ total naval dominance. The Navy, Marine Corps and USCG are constantly evaluating various facets of engineering disciplines and concepts of operational and logistical support in order to maintain an acceptable level of readiness for a variety of campaigns between services and among the NATO and other allies.  To meet current and emerging warfighter needs and deliver future Force capabilities, the naval engineers are having to evaluate, implement, test and verify various commercial, emerging and intrusive technologies to ensure that the most prudent engineering practices are adopted to meet the required capabilities of a given program both in terms of funding levels and the Fleet and Force military tactical needs. ASNE Day 2013 will endeavor to focus on the key engineering and technological challenges that will have to be met for United States’ Maritime Dominance.

Authors are requested to submit 1-2 page detailed abstracts on these and related topics that address critical naval engineering challenges. Original unclassified papers are requested.

Papers are requested for the following topics

Combat / Mission Systems Engineering
Combat / Missions System Integrating, Systems of Systems Engineering, Test Certification of Systems of Systems, Integrating Sensors and Weapons

Information Warfare Engineering
Impact of Information Warfare on Ship Design, Information Warfare System Architectures, Computer Network Defense, Information Warfare and Use of Unmanned Systems

Design for Arctic Operations
HM&E System Design for Arctic Operations, Communications and Navigation in the Arctic, Cold Weather Impact on Equipment, Deicing Methods, Arctic Operational Considerations

Shipboard and Shore Power Systems Engineering
Hybrid and Other Advanced Propulsion and Power Generation Systems, Integration Challenges of High Power Pulse Loads, Integrated Power System Architectures, Energy Storage Systems, Distributed Power Generation and Asset Management

Modular Adaptable Ships -- Valuing Flexibility
Fleet Architecture, Systems Architecture, Modularity and Flexibility, Fleet Design and Adaptability, Real Options Theory

Unmanned Vehicles
Shipboard Integration, Weapon / Mission System Integration of Unmanned Systems, Integration Of Multiple Unmanned Systems, AUUV, Power & Energy Storage, Propulsion System Challenges For Long Endurance

Affordability
Affordability And Cost Management, Total Ownership Cost Reduction, RoI Assessments, CAIV Strategies, Causation Based Cost Estimation, Cost Engineering, Contract Structures For Affordability

Shore Based Energy Impact on The Fleet
Microgrids, Distributed Power Generation And Asset Management, Efficient Energy Utilization At Bases And Installation, Renewable Energy Implementations, Energy Audits

   
 
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