Call for Papers Status: Event Postponed (More details to come)
Global Deterrence & Defense Symposium (GDDS) 2013: "Secure, Effective and Affordable"
March 5-6, 2013
WestGate Crane Technology Center, Crane, IN
- November 9, 2012 - Abstracts Due
- November 30, 2012 - Notification of Acceptance
- January 11, 2013 - First Draft Due
- February 8, 2013 - Final Draft and Release Request Forms Due
Event Overview and Suggested Paper Topics:
To maintain persuasive deterrence, military systems must be secure, mission-ready, reliable, and trusted. Additionally, the military must achieve lower costs and faster-to-field capabilities, while still achieving better performance. The 2013 Southern Indiana ASNE Symposium, themed “Global Deterrence and Defense: Secure, Effective, and Affordable,” will provide a forum for Defense leadership and technical experts representing Military, Government, Industry, and Academia to exchange ideas and information on science and technology approaches that will enable system security, effectiveness, and affordability. To meet this need, sessions are now forming to facilitate discussion of the following:
- Understanding End User Needs
- Assuring Quality, Security, and Availability for Hardware and Software throughout a System Lifecycle
- Improving Operational Readiness and Effectiveness of Military Systems
- Creating Greater Efficiency and Productivity
- Rapid Deployment of Emerging Missions
The above broad areas of interest as they pertain to the following technology areas will be of particular interest for this symposium’s technical sessions:
- Trusted Electronics
- High Reliability Microelectronics
- Artificial Environments
- Power and Energy
- Electromagnetic Spectrum Control (Radar, Electronic Warfare, and EO/IR)
- Sensor Integration in Unmanned Applications
- Sensor Integration in C4ISR Applications
- Open Systems Architecture
Military, government, industry, and academia are encouraged to participate. Please send 100-200 word abstracts and panel proposals to GDDS2013@navalengineers.org no later than November 9, 2012.
Abstracts must include the following administrative information:
- Presentation title
- Author name(s) and organization(s)
- Primary author e-mail address, phone number and mailing address
- Targeted conference topic
All accepted presentations will be delivered at the conference in electronic PowerPoint or Adobe format; written papers are optional, and not required, but strongly encouraged. All presentations MUST be approved for public release.
If you wish to form your own panel discussion, we would be glad to facilitate your needs.
Questions about abstracts and panel proposals should be directed to Nova Carden at Nova.Carden@navy.mil or 812-854-1422.