The ASNE Day 2010 Call for Papers has expired.
In these dynamic times the U.S. Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard are challenged to provide and sustain the forces that are required to fulfill our nation’s interests whenever necessary anywhere around the world. Operational tempo remains consistently at a very high level while acquisition and maintenance budgets are constrained and a diverse set of varying requirements demands a flexible, adaptive and agile force structure comprising military systems that are highly capable and readily interoperable with other U.S. and coalition forces. These systems must also have high operational availability and low total operating cost and be engineered with a total systems approach, centered on the operators in order to enhance their military effectiveness. To achieve these challenging goals the processes that provide these systems must be examined
Authors are requested to submit 1-2 page detailed abstracts on these and other topics and concepts that address process improvement in naval engineering and related topics. Original unclassified papers are requested.
Potential paper topics include:
- Engineering and Acquisition Process Improvement
- Integrated Product and Process Development
- Virtual, Collaborative Design Environment
- Systems Integration & Interoperability
- Total Ownership Cost Control
- Requirements Development
- Feasibility Studies
- Design Tools & Methods
- Design for Construction
- Modular Construction/Shipbuilding
- Hull, Mechanical & Electrical
- Combat Systems & Weapons Systems
- Artificial Intelligence
- Training & Education
Survivability & Adaptability
Workforce Development & Human Capital
Arrangements & Habitability Improvements
Characteristics, Missions & Threats
Architectures, Plans & Schedules
Joint Force C4I Integration
Affordability & Vulnerabilities
Readiness Assessments, Maintenance
USN/USMC/USCG Synergy in Maritime Defense
Human Systems Integration
USN/USMC/USCG Technical Issues
Submit a 1 - 2 page proposal as directed below prior to 15 September 2009.
The proposal should include:
- Proposed Title
- Author(s)’ name(s) and organization(s)
- For Primary Point of Contact, mailing address, phone number, fax number, and e-mail address
- A 1 - 2 page written description in sufficient detail to permit evaluation by the Technical Papers Committee. Include a problem statement or introduction, an outline of the key points to be made in the paper, and conclusions or recommendations that the paper will address.
15 September 2009 - Proposals Due
15 November 2009 - Draft Papers Due
15 December 2009 - Comments Returned to Author(s)
15 February 2010 - Final Papers Due
15 March 2010 - Presentations Due
Email proposals in Word format to ASNEDay2010@navalengineers.org. Proposals and questions should be directed to Dr. Rob Cox, ASNE Day 2010 Papers Chair, at email@example.com or to Maggie O'Brien at ASNE HQ at 703-836-6727 x23.