1423 Powhatan St., Suite 1
Alexandria, Virginia 22314
Phone (703) 836-6727
Fax (703) 836-7491
November 28 - 29, 2023
GMU Van Metre Hall, Arlington, VA
As the Navy looks to engineer and build the Naval Force of the Future it is imperative that a forum exists to exchange ideas, discuss lessons learned and develop new ideas. All outside of the traditional acquisition process. Technology, Systems and Ships (TSS) is designed to create such a forum. Forward looking and emerging technologies will be discussed. New developments and programs will be highlighted. Challenges involving workforce development will be openly identified. Specific speakers will present current Fleet priorities and challenges as well as a unique view of the future, learning from the past. International shipbuilding concepts will also be presented. A vibrant technical papers and Young Professionals Development Program will run in parallel with the main program. TSS is an excellent opportunity to learn, network and further all professional naval engineering careers.
November 30, 2023
The ASNE Combat Systems Symposium 2023 will focus on Warfighting Capability, Speed to Fleet, Innovation, and Readiness. PE0 IWS and ONR will present their unique perspectives with Keynote Addresses and Panels on how we expand our forward presence, enhance our warfighting readiness, innovate and modernize our combat system capability and how we increase the speed at which we deliver capability to the Fleet. OPNAV N96, AEGIS BMD and Naval Research Laboratory will also weigh in on enhancing Warfighting capability and readiness during this one-day event.
3351 Fairfax Dr
Arlington, VA 22201
Via Metro: Clarendon or Virginia Square Metro Stations are equidistant from Van Metre Hall ~ 1-2 blocks away.
Parking: It is recommended individuals put Founders Way North into their GPS device.
Parking is available on level B2 or P1> - park in Retail Only spots
Visitor parking is available in the Van Metre Garage. The rates are set at the prevailing rates for all University visitor garages.
Short term parking rates:
There is no official reccomendation or hotel block for this event, however there are numerous options including most major hotel chains within walking/metro distance of the event venue.
The American Society of Naval Engineers is proud to host our engaging and informative professional development event! Back-to-back once again, the Technology, Systems & Ships (TSS) November 28-29, and Combat Systems Symposium (CSS) November 30. Attend either OR both Symposia. Register Early to Save. Non-ASNE Members -- Register to join ASNE and attend the events to save even more.
Active Duty/Reservist Active Status (O-4 and above) and Gov. Civilians (All GS levels). No Contractors.
* Join ASNE & Attend rates = applicable ASNE Member Rate + $96 annual membership dues.
** US Government Employee rates are available to all US federal government employees (civilian, Active Duty, Reservist Active Status, etc.). No Contractors. Rate includes all meals and snacks that are available to all attendees.
*Restrictions: Discount does not apply to membership and cannot be combined with other offers. All individuals must be registered for the same event at the applicable price point and on one invoice. $0 registrations are excluded from the group count for discount purposes. For more information, and to get your group registered, please call 703-836-6727 or email ASNEHQ@navalengineers.org
Abstract submission are now closed.
ASNE is seeking paper submissions for technical panel session during the 2023 Technology, Systems, and Ships (TSS) program scheduled for the 28th-29th of this coming November. Selected authors will have the opportunity to present their paper on a technical panel session highlighting the three best of papers received. These papers are solicited across a broad range of topics as in the list below and yet will be selected with particular encouragement towards lessons learned from U.S. Navy applications to influence the engineering of our future Navy.
**Authors of papers that have been accepted or published in ASNE’s Naval Engineers Journal (NEJ) in the past 2 years are invited to present without having to submit a separate paper. In this case, please submit the abstract of that paper and the publication details.
Abstracts should include the following:
Papers are encouraged to be 5-7 pages in length but longer papers will be considered. Papers must have technical merit for the naval ship community and not be used primarily as a means of advertisement or promotion of a commercial venture. Accepted papers will be published as part of the TSS proceedings.
For additional information and details on paper submission, see the ASNE Technical Papers Guidelines or contact the Technical Papers Sub-Committee at email@example.com..
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Payment of Registration Fee is the confirmation of agreement to the ASNE Terms & Conditions.
Registration fees for non-ASNE members are non-refundable. They can be transferred to another attendee, future ASNE event, membership dues, or a donation to the Society.
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