MAST Americas 2010

Washington DC

USA 22–24 June 2010

MAST Conference Papers

Hyatt Regency Crystal City, Washington DC, USA
Tuesday 22 June 2010 to Thursday 24 June 2010

300 kW Laser Substitution for Heavy Duty Frigate SHORAD/VSHORAD (7B/7B.1)

André Buhart, Innovation & Technology Manager, Thales Group, France

A Case for Optical Distribution of Platform Radio Frequency Signals (4B/4B.2)

Michael Brawner, Submarine Communications Lead Engineer, General Dynamics Electric Boat, United States

A Comprehensive Concept of Underwater Site Protection (6A/6A.1)

Dan Ben-Dov, Sales & Marketing Director, DSIT Solutions, Israel

A Modern Product Model as a Simulation Integration Platform (4C/4C.1)

Roope Kotiranta, Project Manager, Surma Ltd, Finland

A New Capability for Submarines: SubSEAL (8E/8E.1)

Fredrik Hillelson, Defence Consulting Europe, Sweden

A Novel Measurement for Assessing Mobile Devices (8D/8D.1)

Peter Squire, Human Systems Engineer, Naval Surface Warfare Center (Dahlgren Division), United States

A Rapidly Deployable Underwater Acoustic Surveillance Array using Fibre Laser Sensors (4B/4B.1)

Tim Cain, Technical Director, Thales Underwater Systems, Australia

A Revolution in Sub-Hunting: IDAS (Interactive Defence & Attack System for Submarines) (4D/4D.2)

Joerg Brechtefeld, Head Naval Affairs, Diehl Defence Holding, Germany

Above Water Automated Obstacle Detection for the Remote Minehunting System (RMS) (8D/8D.2)

Rand Chandler, Electronics Engineer, Naval Surface Warfare Center (Panama City Division, United States

Achieving a Sea Based Ballistic Missile Defence Capability (10B/10B.1)

Richard Rushton, Buisness Development Analysis Dir, Lockheed Martin-MS2, United States

Advanced Mission Package Technology (8A/8A.1)

James (Sam) Taylor, Head, Automation and Dynamics Branch, Naval Surface Warfare Center (Panama City Division, United States

Advanced sensors and technology for autonomous MCM capabilies. Experimentation on AUV. (6B/6B.2)

Jean Le Gall, Technical Manager, Thales Underwater Systems, France

Advanced Suite of Systems Integration Support Tools (ASSIST) (8A/8A.3)

Adriano Protano, System Engineer, Selex Sistemi Integrati, Italy

Advances in Sonar Dome Materials and Manufacturing to Improve Undersea Warfare Performance and Reduce Total Ownership Cost (10C/10C.1)

Thomas Stottlemyer, Program Manager Surface Ship USW, Naval Undersea Warfare Center (Division Newport), United States

Affordable Net-Enabling of Legacy Systems (4A/4A.2)

James Thomas, Senior Scientist, Naval Surface Warfare Center (Dahlgren Division), United States

Agile Testing and Performance Engineering: The Keys to Successful Software Integration (12B/12B.2)

Edward Beck, Senior Manager, Mission Solutions Engineering, LLC, United States

AIS Analysis in Support of Counter-Piracy Operations (7A/7A.1)

Mark Hallett, Maritime Security Analyst, Defence Science and Technology Organisation (DSTO), Australia

An Approach to Undersea Distributed Netted Systems (UDNS) (11A/11A.1)

Victor Évora, Mechanical Engineer, Naval Undersea Warfare Center, United States

An Innovative Sonar for Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (SOLSTICE) (8C/8C.1)

Robert Balloch, Strategic Development Director, Sonardyne International Ltd, United Kingdom

Anti Submarine Warfare Search Evaluation - Two Case Studies (5E/5E.2)

Aldo Guagnano, engineer, Orizzonte Sistemi Navali SpA, Italy

Anti-Piracy Operations using Anti-Asymmetric Warfare Capabilities (5A/5A.3)

Gunnar Jürgensen, TKMS Blohm & Voss Nordseewerke GmbH, Germany

Application of Ballast Waters and Sediments Management Convention to In-Service Military Vessels (7C/7C.1)

Giuseppe Aceto, Ship Auxiliary and Ecological Systems Expert, Italian Navy, Italy

Applications of Virtual World Technology to Collaborative Engineering and Concept of Operation Exercise (COOPEX) Planning and Rehearsal (10B/10B.2)

Philip Monte, Virtual Worlds Applications Lead, Naval Undersea Warfare Center (Division Newport), United States

Applications of Virtual Worlds to Command & Control Center Design and Analysis (7E/7E.1)

Philip Monte, Virtual Worlds Applications Lead, Naval Undersea Warfare Center (Division Newport), United States

Archerfish Acoustic Tracking System (3B/3B.2)

Jason Rudzinsky, Principal Scientist, Applied Physical Sciences, United States

Assessing the Applicability of a Virtualized Red Hawk Operating System for Real-Time Combat System Applications (11C/11C.1)

Greg Miller, Computer Scientist, Naval Surface Warfare Center (Dahlgren Division), United States

ASW Distributed Networked Sensors Parametric Study (11A/11A.1)

Fred McMullen, Electrical Engineer, Naval Undersea Warfare Center (Division Newport), United States

Autonomous Maritime Mine-Sweeping System for Disposal of Influence Mines (6B/6B.2)

Jan Tadeusz Dobkowski, R&D Director, R&D Marine Technology Centre (CTM), Poland

Ballistic Missile Defence Capability (7A/7A.2)

Jan Laarhuis, system engineer, Thales (Naval), Netherlands

Barriers to Executing Prognostics in the Navy and The Way Ahead (11D/11D.2)

Michael Dipilla, COMPUTER ENGINEER, Naval Sea Systems Command (Philadelphia), United States

Barriers to Executing Prognostics in the Navy and the Way Ahead (12C/12C.2)

Michael Dipilla, COMPUTER ENGINEER, Naval Sea Systems Command (Philadelphia), United States

Base Problems of High Speed Hydrodynamics - Supercavitating Vehicles and Projectiles (7C/7C.3)

Dr Vladimir Serebryakov, Senior Scientific Collaborator, Institute of Hydromechanics, National Academy of Sciences, Ukraine

Basic Principles For Ships Performance Ranking Merit (8B/8B.2)

Luigi Iannone, senior researcher, I.N.S.E.A.N., Italy

Coalition Portal for Situational Awareness (C-PORTS) (4A/4A.1)

Paul Mitten, Vice-President, Compusult Limited, Canada

Combining Active and Passive Processing for Improved Sonar Target Classification (8C/8C.3)

Kevin Goodell, Engineer, Naval Undersea Warfare Center (Division Newport), United States

Command and Control Challenges for Undersea Maritime Security Operations (2B/2B.2)

Paul Vebber, Operations Research Analyst, Naval Undersea Warfare Center, United States

Compact, Broadband LF Sonar Transducers using Piezoelectric Single Crystals (8C/8C.2)

Harold Robinson, Engineer, Naval Undersea Warfare Center (Division Newport), United States

Complexity-Based Definition of Levels of Autonomy (6B/6B.3)

Roger Anderson, Research Engineer, Naval Surface Warfare Center (Panama City Division, United States

Coping with the High Bandwidth of Today’s Tasks (10E/10E.1)

Rolf Müller, Product Manager, ATLAS Elektronik GmbH, Germany

Covert Subsea Acoustic Positioning (11A/11A.2)

Bill Key, President, William Key Technical Group LLC, United States

Decision Superiority in Asymmetric Warfare (11C/11C.3)

Jatin S Bains, President, Channel Logistics LLC, United States

Definition of the RCS Requirement on Surface Combatants (10A/10A.1)

Riccardo Neri, System Engineer, IDS - Ingegneria dei Sistemi SpA, Italy

Demonstration of MK48 Torpedo Swim out Capability (7C/7C.1)

Alan Tyler, Technical Project Manager, Naval Undersea Warfare Center, United States

Design and Classification of an Amphibious Naval Ship (6C/6C.3)

Nico BRUNI, Ing., RINA Services SPA, Italy

Design Considerations for a Modern Naval Fire Control System (7A/7A.1)

Leif Lagerkvist, Senior Systems Engineer, Saab AB, Sweden

Design of an Undersea Vehicle through a Network of Optimizations (3C/3C.3)

Nick Vlahopoulos, Professor, University of Michigan, United States

Design Structure Matrix Evaluation and Synthesis of System Design Processes (7C/7C.3)

Frank Scazzuso, Systems Engineer, Naval Sea Systems Command (Philadelphia), United States

Design Synthesis and Evaluation Tool for Small Ships and Combatant Craft (11D/11D.2)

David Woodward, Senior Naval Architect, Naval Surface Warfare Center (Carderock Division), United States

Detection of Drifting Sea Mines using Above and Underwater Sensors (7D/7D.1)

Henry Dol, Scientist / project manager, TNO Defence, Security & Safety, Netherlands

Developing a Virtual Intelligent Agent to Enhance Training in an Immersive Learning Environment (7D/7D.1)

Jason Wong, Human Factors Scientist, Naval Undersea Warfare Center (Division Newport), United States

Distributed Algorithm for Real-time Coordination and Cooperation of Air and Naval Unmanned Vehicles (3D/3D.2)

Yosef Gavriel Tirat-Gefen, Lead Scientist, Castel Research Inc., United States

Distributed Architecture for Health Management and Control of Mechanical Structures and Components in Real-time (4C/4C.3)

Yosef Gavriel Tirat-Gefen, Lead Scientist, Castel Research Inc., United States

Distributed Cooperative Autonomous Systems using On-board Autonomous Managers (6E/6E.2)

Ms Christiane Duarte, Program Officer, Office of Naval Research, United States

Diver-based Rapid Response Maritime-Port Security Capability for Waterborne Threats (11A/3)

Dennis Gallagher, Project Engineer, Naval Surface Warfare Center, United States

Dual-Frequency Synthetic Aperture Sonar Array using Single-Crystal Technology (10D/10D.1)

Poh Bee Tong, Engineering And Scientific Officer, DSO National Laboratories, Singapore

Effects of the Shallow-water Waveguide on the CBF Performance of the Towed Uniform Long Linear Array (11C/11C.2)

Lei Wang, Associate Professor, Institute of Acoustics, Chinese Academy of Science, China

Electromagnetics for the Future (7A/7A.4)

Juan Silvera, Jefe de Sistemas de Combate, Navantia, Spain

Enabling Technologies Research & Developments to Cope with Asymmetric Threats (3D/3D.1)

Carlo Falessi, Vice President, Selex Sistemi Integrati, Italy

Enabling Test & Evaluation and Training for Undersea Range Programs (11D/11D.3)

Robert Reid, Customer Advocate, Naval Undersea Warfare Center (Division Newport), United States

e-Navigation: A Systems Engineering Approach (12D/12D.1)

M Fiorini, Principal Engineer, Selex ES, Italy

Energetics Driven Innovations in Naval Ordnance packaging (10D/10D.2)

Arthur Stanton, Project Management, Naval Sea Systems Command, United States

Enhanced Radar Detection and Tracking for small Targets in Congested Maritime and Littoral Environments (3A/3A.2)

Brian Johnston, Sales Manager, Americas - Security / Oil & Gas, Rutter Technologies, Canada

Enhancing High and Secure Data Transfer in Naval Scenarios by the Use of Lasercommunication (2D/2D.2)

Martin Gerken, Project Manager, Carl Zeiss Optronics GmbH, Germany

Exploration Tool for Concept Design: Seakeeping Performance Evaluation of Patrol and Frigate Ships (7C/7C.2)

Paola Gualeni, Naval Architecture - Researcher at University, University of Genoa, Italy

Extending the Endurance Time of Rebreather Diving (3B/3B.3)

Dan Warkander, Research Scientist, Navy Experimental Diving Unit, United States

Extreme Short HF Submarine Antennas (white paper) (6C/6C.3)

Frank Plonski, CONSULTANT, HI-Q ANTENNAS, United Kingdom

Flexible and Cost-effective C4ISR Systems using 'Sensors in Concert' (10A/10A.1)

Jan Laarhuis, system engineer, Thales (Naval), Netherlands

Frigate Class F125 - An Innovative Platform for the German Navy (6C/6C.1)

Andre Averhoff, Platform Management, Blohm + Voss Naval GmbH, Germany

Future Submarine Technology (3C/3C.2)

Andreas Grunicke, Director Conceptual Design/Submarine Projects, TKMS/Howaldtswerke-Deutsche Werft, Germany

Global Approach to Sea Border Surveillance (MATRICS) (4A/4A.3)

Stéphane Claisse, S3M Project Manager, DCNS, France

Global Maritime Awareness: A Capability Whose Time is Nigh! (5A/5A.2)

Patrick Tyrrell, Director, Vale Atlantic Ltd., United Kingdom

Global Sea Sentry (GSS) (11D/11D.1)

David Stageberg, Project Lead, Naval Undersea Warfare Center (Division Keyport), United States

Harbor Shield: A New Technique for Inspection of Vessels Below the Waterline (6A/6A.2)

Richard Granger, Associate Manager, Ocean Systems, Battelle Memorial Institute, United States

High-performance PZN-PT Single Crystal Underwater Devices (10D/10D.2)

Leong-Chew Lim, Director, Microfine Materials Technologies Pte Ltd, Singapore

Holographic Radar for Maritime Applications (4D/4D.2)

Gordon K A Oswald, Technology Director, Cambridge Consultants Ltd, United Kingdom

How do you ‘architect’ Open Architecture? (3C/3C.4)

Edwin de Jong, Director of Product Management and Strategy, RTI, United States

Human Factors Issues in a Model Based Systems Engineering Perspective (3B/3B.2)

Daniele Frisoni, Human Factor Engineer, Selex Sistemi Integrati, Italy

Hybrid AUV/Glider for Shallow Water Applications (6B/6B.1)

Alain Maguer, Project Manager, NATO Undersea Research Centre, Italy

Hybrid Electrical Drive’s Impact on Maritime Energy Security (2C/2C.1)

Andrea Vigliotti, HED Project Manager, Naval Surface Warfare Center (Carderock Division), United States

Hybrid Naval Communications Terminal (3D/3D.3)

Peter Dugge, WECDIS Design and Management, ATLAS Elektronik GmbH, Germany

Impact of Laser Weapons in Warships Architecture (5B/5B.3)

Denis Quiltu, single mast project manager, DCNS, France

Improved Maritime Situation Awareness by Fusing Sensor Information with Intelligence (7A/7A.2)

Albertus van den Broek, research scientist, TNO Defence, Security & Safety, Netherlands

Improved Methods for Generation of Full-Ship Simulation Analysis (3C/3C.1)

Stewart Moore, Principal Engineer, General Dynamics Electric Boat, United States

Improving Underwater Surveillance: LYBIN Sonar performance Prediction (3A/3A.3)

Elin Dombestein, Scientist, Norwegian Defence Research Establishment (FFI), Norway

Innovative Spaceborne Radar Concept for Global Maritime Surveillance: Description and Performance Demonstration (8A/8A.1)

Jacques Richard, Head of radar instrument engineering, Thales Alenia Space, France

Inserting Solid State Disks (SSDs) into US Navy Aegis Baselines (10D/10D.3)

Greg Miller, Computer Scientist, Naval Surface Warfare Center (Dahlgren Division), United States

Integrated Diagnostic Processor for Combat System Effectiveness Evaluation (8D/8D.2)

Simeone Solazzi, Engineer, Selex Sistemi Integrati, Italy

Integrated Sensor and Communications Mast for Next Generation Naval Platforms (IMAST) (8B/8B.1)

Guy Railey, Director, Naval Radars and Sensors, Thales USA Defense & Security, Inc, United States

Integration between Main Ship Design Characteristics and Naval Task Effectiveness, during the Warship Acquisition Phase (5E/5E.1)

Francesco Perra, System Simulation Leader Engineerig, Orizzonte Sistemi Navali SpA, Italy

Integration of Netted Sensor Services for Multi-Mission Operations (7A/7A.3)

William Ormsby, Engineer, Naval Surface Warfare Center (Dahlgren Division), United States

Intelligent Surveillance - A Case Study (2A/2A.2)

Martyn Dickinson, Manager - Naval & Commercial Systems, Servowatch Systems Ltd., United Kingdom

LCS Mission Package Modeling & Simulation Program (10A/10A.3)

Tom Seldenright, LCS M&S Project Engineer, Naval Surface Warfare Center (Panama City Division, United States

Legal Limitations of Using Laser Directed Energy Weapons from a Naval Platform (7B/7B.3)

Xavier Rolin, Corporate defense adviser (naval), Thales Group, France

LES Analysis of the MEMS Actuated Flapping Wing Biomimetic Propulsor (7C/7C.2)

Kirill V. Rozhdestvensky, Vice-Rector & Department Chairman, State Marine Technical University, Russia

Leveraging Open Source Technology for High Availability Systems (10E/10E.2)

Edward Beck, Senior Manager, Mission Solutions Engineering, LLC, United States

LOCATES (4D/4D.3)

Janot Alain, Project Manager, Defence R&D Canada, Canada

Low Frequency Active Variable Depth Sonar – A Potent ASW Capability (7B/7B.1)

Richard Cocker, Technical Director, DRS Sonar Systems, United States

Machinery, Power, and Logistics Systems Technology Development to Support Energy Efficiency in the US Navy (12C/12C.1)

Stephen Mastro, Science Advisor - R&D Division, Naval Sea Systems Command (Philadelphia), United States

Maneuvering Propulsor: Application to Undersea Vehicles (8C/8C.2)

Stephen Huyer, Lead Research Scientist, Naval Undersea Warfare Center (Division Newport), United States

Manning Centered Design in the Netherlands (3B/3B.1)

Wilfried Post, Senior Research Scientist, TNO Defence, Security & Safety, Netherlands

Marine Machinery Health Monitoring and Prognostics - Opportunities and Challenges from the U.S. Navy Perspective (8B/8B.3)

Michael Dipilla, COMPUTER ENGINEER, Naval Sea Systems Command (Philadelphia), United States

Maritime ‘Sense-Making’ to Confront Asymmetric Warfare (5A/5A.1)

Jatin S Bains, President, Channel Logistics LLC, United States

Maritime Security & Force Protection (2D/2D.3)

Paul Warth, U.S. Defense Sales Manager, Trelleborg Offshore Boston Inc, United States

Maritime Surveillance System using Passive Sonar (3A/3A.2)

Edyta Porosinska, Senior specialist, OBR Centrum Techniki Morskiej S.A., Poland

Military Systems Impact of GPU Technology Exploitation (3D/3D.1)

Nicholas Sheppard, Ship Systems Business Manager, Systems Engineering & Assessment Ltd, United Kingdom

Mine Counter Measures Systems Architecture (6B/6B.3)

Loïc Tacher, Naval Systems Architect, DCNS, France

Mission Engineering for Multi-National Surveillance and Security of a Maritime Border (5A/5A.4)

William Ormsby, Engineer, Naval Surface Warfare Center (Dahlgren Division), United States

Modern Command and Control Systems for Maritime Security Applications (8A/8A.2)

Rolf Müller, Product Manager, ATLAS Elektronik GmbH, Germany

Modular Hoistable Masts for Conventional Submarines (8C/8C.3)

Bernhard Krueger, Head of developments, Gabler Maschinenbau GmbH, Germany

Multi-functional Composites on Navy Ships (6D/6D.1)

John Robinson, R&D Manager, Goodrich Corporation, United States

Multi-Objective Optimization in Naval Ship Concept Design (11D/11D.3)

Alan Brown, NAVSEA Professor of Naval Ship Design, Virginia Tech, United States

MultiPlatform Tactical Picture (MPTP): First Results at Sea (4C/4C.1)

Felix Alvarez, MPTP architect, DCNS, France

Multi-Scale Performance Evaluation in Naval Combat Systems Domain (5C/5C.3)

Elvio Squarcia, Engineer TLC, Selex Sistemi Integrati, Italy

Naval Electrical Protective System Performance (2C/2C.3)

Eric Manna, R&D Engineer, Naval Surface Warfare Center (Carderock Division), United States

Naval Fire Support Systems Evolution for Coastal Operations (4C/4C.3)

Mr Rafine Benoit, Naval System Manager, DCNS, France

Naval Radar Sensors for New Naval Operations (5D/5D.1)

Gunter Menacher, Director Navy Sales and Marketing, Defence Electro, EADS Deutschland GmbH, Germany

Network Enabled Capabilities and Limitations (11B/11B.2)

Alexei Schandl, Capabilities and Limitations, Naval Surface Warfare Center (Port Hueneme Divisio, United States

New technology Modular Load Cargo Improves Navy Shipboard logistics (10D/10D.1)

Greg Bender, Navy Ordnance Senior PHST Engineer, Naval Surface Warfare Center (Indian Head Division, United States

Next Generation Console (3B/3B.3)

Daniele Frisoni, Human Factor Engineer, Selex Sistemi Integrati, Italy

Next Generation Radar, Sonar and Image Processing Solutions through GPGPU Technology (3C/3C.1)

Colin Davies, Business Development Manager, GE Intelligent Platforms, United Kingdom

NIILS Approach for Integrated Naval Combat System Design (8D/8D.3)

Francesco Ciambra, Combat System engineer, Selex Sistemi Integrati, Italy

Off-Hull Intermittent Connectivity Network Management Using Computational Intelligence (6C/6C.2)

Steve Roodbeen, Electronics Engineer, Naval Undersea Warfare Center (Division Newport), United States

Operational and Maintenance Workload Models (6D/6D.2)

Paolo Amadio, Director, Lockheed Martin, United States

Operational Experiences for Maritime Homeland Security Operations (2B/2B.1)

Ioseba Tena, Sales Manager, SeeByte, United Kingdom

Optimized Crewing for Damage Control: A Simulation Study (10C/10C.1)

Renee Chow, Defence Scientist, Defence R&D Canada, Canada

Overview of Cabled Ocean Observatory Applications and Architecture (4B/4B.3)

Nazeeh Shaheen, Director of BD, Ocean Observing Systems, L-3 MariPro, United States

Passive Countermeasures - Improving Performance in Anti Air Warfare (4D/4D.1)

Richard Lord, Director of Sales & Marketing, Naval, Chemring Countermeasures Ltd., United Kingdom

Portable Raman Spectrometer for Maritime Security Applications (3D/3D.3)

Janusz Smulko, Dr, Gdansk University of Technology, Poland

Propulsor Performance Scaling Utilising a Combined Experimental/Numerical Methodology (4B/4B.1)

Amanda Dropkin, Engineer, Naval Undersea Warfare Center (Division Newport), United States

Providing Effective Situational Awareness to Support Maritime Commanders (2A/2A.1)

Patrick Tyrrell, Director, Vale Atlantic Ltd., United Kingdom

Radar and AIS Sensors Constellation for Global Maritime Surveillance (4A/4A.1)

Jacques Richard, Head of radar instrument engineering, Thales Alenia Space, France

Rapid Environmental Assessment with a Multibeam System and a 3D Sonar Prediction Model (6A/6A.2)

Markus Schaefer, System Engineer, L-3 Communications ELAC Nautik GmbH, Germany

Rapid Mine Simulations System (RMSSEA) Development (7D/7D.2)

Randall Horne, Scientist, Naval Surface Warfare Center (Panama City Division, United States

Research of Vibration Characteristics of Underwater Cables in Very Low Frequency Signal Exploration (11C/11C.3)

Ma Xuejie, research associate, Institute of Acoustics, Chinese Academy of Science, China

Safety Conditions implemented in a High Power Laser laboratory (5B/5B.2)

Robin Marijon, Program Manager, Thales Group, France

Sensors Bias Estimation in Naval Multiplatforms (12A/12A.1)

Isabelle Sarbit, Engineer, DCNS, France

Ship Identification through AIS (3A/4)

John Allan, VP Sales & Marketing, exactEarth Ltd, Canada

Ship Security - The Critical Role of Cable and Pipe Transits and Possibilities for Cost Reduction (5C/5C.2)

Franz-Josef Wyczisk, Department Manager, F. E. Schulte Strathaus GmbH& Co.KG, Germany

Single Masts for Combatant Ships (8B/8B.2)

Denis Quiltu, single mast project manager, DCNS, France

Software Prototype for Bistatic Acoustic Detection Analysis: TRITON (4C/4C.2)

Emmanuel Skarsoulis, Research Director, Foundation for Research and Technology Hellas, Greece

Sonar 2076 an Evolving and Revolutionary Sonar Capability (7B/7B.2)

Richard Cocker, Technical Director, DRS Sonar Systems, United States

Space-Based AIS Applications (ORBCOMM) (3A/3A.1)

Andrew Loretta, Director, AIS Business Development, ORBCOMM, United States

Structural-Acoustic Simulations of Naval Vehicles using an Energy Finite Element Method (4C/4C.2)

Nick Vlahopoulos, Professor, University of Michigan, United States

Submarine Search and Rescue: Extended Approach (6A/6A.3)

Otto Duarte Voelker, Sales Manager, L-3 Communications ELAC Nautik GmbH, Germany

Systems Assurance Utilizing Open Source Technology for High Availability Systems (8D/8D.3)

Edward Beck, Senior Manager, Mission Solutions Engineering, LLC, United States

Systems Engineering in the Development of Network Enabled Systems for Defence Applications (3C/3C.2)

Gil Gonçalves, Lecturer, FEUP (Faculdade de Engenharia da Universidade do P, Portugal

Taking AUV Technology to the Next Level (8E/8E.2)

Peter Drewes, Principal Engineer, Lockheed Martin-MS2, United States

Technology Evaluation Process for Machinery System Trade Studies (2C/2C.2)

David Woodward, Senior Naval Architect, Naval Surface Warfare Center (Carderock Division), United States

Technology Exploration Assessment and Staging – Avoiding Technological Surprise (2D/2D.1)

Adam Bull, Project Manager, General Dynamics Electric Boat, United States

Testing Systems Engineering, Supportability, and Readiness Concepts During Trident Warrior 2010 (6D/6D.1)

Joel H. Timm, Future Fleet Concepts Analyst, Naval Sea Systems Command (Port Hueneme Division), United States

The Impact of Synthetic Virtual Environments on Combat System Design and Operator Performance (10B/10B.3)

Yvonne Masakowski, Lead, Human Performance Technology Group, Naval Undersea Warfare Center (Division Newport), United States

The ISUS Combat System - One Product for all Classes of Submarines (2B/2B.3)

Michael Ozegowski, Product Manager, ATLAS Elektronik GmbH, Germany

The Joint Exploratory Undersea Warfare Laboratory (JEUL) Distributed Simulation Environment (DSE) Supporting System Engineering (7E/7E.2)

Lynn Ewart, Manager, Center for Advanced System Technology, Naval Undersea Warfare Center, United States

The Theory of Optimum Linear Data Fusion of Multiple (11C/11C.1)

Qihu Li, Professor, Institute of Acoustics, Chinese Academy of Science, China

Towards Operational High Frequency Surface Wave Radars (11B/11B.1)

Florent Jangal, Research Engineer, ONERA - The French Aerospace Lab, France

Transitioning Legacy Proprietary Systems to Open Architecture (11C/11C.2)

Robert Stanton, Senior Principal Software Engineer, Mission Solutions Engineering, LLC, United States

Trends in Naval Optronics (6C/6C.1)

Harry Schlemmer, principal scientist, Carl Zeiss Optronics, Germany

Undersea Warfare Training in a Virtual Environment (10B/10B.1)

Anh Nguyen, Virtual Training and Gaming Lead, Naval Undersea Warfare Center (Division Newport), United States

Underwater Channel Adaptive OFDM Communication Strategy (10C/10C.2)

Lei Wang, Associate Professor, Institute of Acoustics, Chinese Academy of Science, China

Underwater Defence of Naval Forces in Stationary Operations (4D/4D.3)

Mr Hilvert Jan Fitski, Programme Manager, TNO, Netherlands

Underwater Harbour Protection: Application of Wideband DDS and WIdeband Acoustic Barriers (3A/3A.1)

Andrzej Elminowicz, Senior designer, R&D Marine Technology Centre (CTM), Poland

US Department of Defense (DoD) Information Assurance (IA) Requirements and their Affect on Virtual Worlds (8A/8A.2)

Diana Nolan, Computer Scientist, Naval Undersea Warfare Center (Division Newport), United States

Variation in Military Vessel Shapes required by Stealth Operations (11D/11D.1)

Cristina Gironi, Dott.Ing, University of Genoa, Italy

Visibility Optimization for Homeland Security and Mission Planning (10A/10A.2)

Ross Goroshin, Research Engineer, Naval Surface Warfare Center (Panama City Division, United States

Warship Electromagnetic Modelling (8B/8B.3)

James Stanley, Signatures Technical Lead, IDS UK, United Kingdom

Why Not RESM on Small Warship & Costguard Ship? (3A/3A.3)

Philippe DEVILLE, Naval Adviser, Thales Air Systems, France

Will Combat Systems be Replaced by Maritime Action Systems? (8A/8A.3)

Jose Espinal, Surface Combat Systems Director, Navantia, Spain


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