MAST Europe 2007

Genoa

Italy 14–15 November 2007

MAST Conference Papers

Porto Antico, Genoa, Italy
Wednesday 14 November 2007 to Thursday 15 November 2007

A Multilayered Naval Air Defence System on Italian Frigates: SAAM AD (8B/1)

Carlo Colandrea, Head of Weapon Systems, MBDA Italia SpA, Italy

A Systems Engineering Approach for Modular Open Systems from Concept to Application (7C/1)

Andrew Levine, Systems Engineer, Naval Surface Warfare Center (CD), United States

A Technical Appreciation for the Hidden Cost of COTS and How to Avoid It (3D/1)

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

Acceptance of Complex Systems (11D/3)

Paul Gosling, UK Naval Division Technical Director, Thales Underwater Systems, United Kingdom

Addressing the Design Challenges of Open Ship Architecture Systems on US Navy Ships – Building Outside the Box (7D/2)

Andrew Levine, Systems Engineer, Naval Surface Warfare Center (CD), United States

Asymmetric Threat: Maritime Border Control (3A/1)

Aldo Guagnano, engineer, Orizzonte Sistemi Navali SpA, Italy

Budgetary Impact of Predictive Maintainence and fleet Management Capabilities (8C/2)

John Miele, Sales Director, Micad Marine, United States

Can Nanotechnology Meet the Emerging Requirements? (12B/3)

Alfredo Rayms-Keller, Senior Scientist, Naval Surface Warfare Center (Dahlgren Division), United States

Center of Innovation for Naval Ship Design (5C/2)

Magnus Ornfelt, Chairman, FMV (Swedish Defence Materiel Administration), Sweden

Collaborative Multi-Target Algorithms for Autonomous Vehicles (12D/1)

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

Computational Tools for Combatant Craft Design: An Overview (4C/1)

Jennifer Grimsley PE, Senior Naval Architect, CDI Marine Company, United States

Concept and Architecture of Italian Vessel Traffic Management System (VTMS) (10A/1)

Ferdinando Lolli, tbc, Harbour Master and Coast Guard, Italy

Consistent evolution of naval combat direction systems of different generations (10D/2)

Jean-Yves Bouteyre, Head of Naval Combat Systems, DGA/Ministry of Defence, France

Cost Drivers in Concept Ship Design (10C/3)

Jonathan Whatmore, Graphic Research Corporation (GRC), United Kingdom

Craft Integrated Electronics Suite (CIES): An Overview (7D/1)

Larry W. Wiley, Special Projects, Naval Surface Warfare Center (Carderock Division), United States

Critical Information System for Maritime Surveillance and Security (7A/2)

Alain Carof, Technical Director, complex systems, Thales Underwater Systems, France

DDS applicability in the Net-centric naval domain (12C/1)

Angelo Corsaro, Chief Technology Officer, PrismTech, France

Design Method & Model: The Integrated Functional Design of Naval Combat Systems using SysML (Study Case) (3D/3)

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

Developing a new Combat System architecture for Royal Navy surface combatants (8D/1)

Tim Rabbets, Technical Manager, MSE, QinetiQ, United Kingdom

Developing CMS Systems by Applying OACE and OMG Standards (3D/2)

Izzet Emre Cetin, Program Manager, Aselsan, Turkey

Development of an Offshore Raiding Craft (ORC) for the UK Marines (2B/1)

Paul Graville, Director, Amgram Ltd, United Kingdom

Development, Assessment, and Transition of the SPARTAN Scout USV: An Overview (6B/4)

Vittorio Ricci, Director of Science and Technology, Naval Undersea Warfare Center, United States

Distributed networked Systems for Undersea Sensing: A Vision and Strategy (2D/3)

Joseph M. Monti, DEPARTMENT HEAD, Naval Undersea Warfare Center, United States

Dynamic Effects of Workload and Stress on Fatigue in Maritime Operations (3C/1)

Michelle Grech, Human Factors Scientist, Defence Science and Technology Organisation (DSTO), Australia

Early Stage Evaluation of Shipboard Electrical Systems using SEAQUEST (2C/2)

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

EMI/EMC Integrated Approach for Combat System Design (11C/1)

Simeone Solazzi, Engineer, Selex Sistemi Integrati, Italy

Enabling Subamrines to Join the Maritime Net (2D/1)

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

Enhanced Situation Awareness From Existing Sensors (ESAFES) (4B/3)

Andrew Rook, Systems Engineer, QinetiQ, United Kingdom

E-Prognostics (3C/2)

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

European Maritime Surveillance (3A/3)

Maurice de Langlois, Capability Manager, European Defense Agency, Belgium

Final Results of Bacterial and Nutrient Seed Culture Applied Research on Graywater Membrane Bioreactor (MBR) Startup (11B/3)

Rachel Jacobs, Chemical Engineer, Naval Surface Warfare Center (CD), United States

First COTS technology to be designed specifically for Open Systems Architectures: VPX (10D/1)

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

FM-CW tracking and Fusion in Multistatic sonar systems (4B/1)

David Hughes, Senior Scientist, NATO Undersea Research Centre, Italy

Force Protection: Objects (7A/3)

Dr Hans-Dieter Ehrenberg, VP Sales, thyssenkrupp Marine Systems, Germany

Full Scale and Computational Validation of Fluid-Structure Interaction in HIgh Performance Craft Design (5C/1)

Jennifer Grimsley PE, Senior Naval Architect, CDI Marine Company, United States

Fusion Performance Analysis for Maritime Surveillance (5B/2)

Stefano Coraluppi, Senior Scientist, NATO Undersea Research Center, Italy

Future At-Sea Cargo Transfer Technology (12B/1)

Gordon Parker, Professor, Michigan Technical University, United States

Future of Weapons Testing: Non Intrusive Intrumentation (11A/2)

George Shoemaker, Program Manager, Naval Undersea Warfare Center, United States

Gas Turbine Prognostics and Health Management (2C/4)

Luca Bergaglio, Ing., Avio SpA, Italy

Generated Agents for Training Naval Systems: GATES (5D/2)

Thierry Médina, Ingenieur Expert Entraînement, DCNS, France

Global Warfare Coordination Management (4D/3)

Natalino Dazzi, System Engineer, Orizzonte Sistemi Navali S.p.A., Italy

Improved Coalition Interoperability Using Passive, Remote and Open Situation Awareness System (PROSAS) (4D/2)

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

Innovative EM Shields Design for Naval Application (11C/3)

Giovanni Percivale, Engineer, IDS - Ingegneria dei Sistemi SpA, Italy

Integrated Device Marine Emergency/Dispositivo Integrato Sicurezza Marittima (DISM) (8A/2)

Silvana Borchi, Systems Engineer, Selex Sistemi Integrati, Italy

Integrated Harbour Surveillance Protection System Based on Sensor/UXV Coordination (TALOS) (8A/1)

Silvana Borchi, Systems Engineer, Selex Sistemi Integrati, Italy

Internationalisation and its Demands for Maritime Security Cooperation (7B/1)

Bo Wallander, Director, Swedish National Defence College, Sweden

Interoperable Simulations for Naval Combat Systems Evaluation, Test and Training (6D/3)

Roberta Colombari, mathematician, Selex Sistemi Integrati, Italy

Intruder Localization Using an Underwater Acoustic Trip Wire (8A/3)

Thomas Folegot, Project Leader, NATO Undersea Research Centre, Italy

ISPS Implementation onboard ships and ports (4A/2)

Amit Bhatnagar, Senior Surveyor, Indian Register of Shipping, Singapore

Laser and Conventional Bathymetric Surveys: Methods and Results (Case Study) (12A/2)

Alessandro Nobili, Capo Ufficio Cartografia Elettronica, Italian Navy, Italy

Marine Fouling: an underestimated enemy (11B/2)

Gabriele Ferrari, projectleader, TNO, Netherlands

Maritime security aspects within the Baltic area (2A/1)

Claes Tornberg, Vice Chairman, Kockums, Sweden

Maritime Security in a Port Environment (5A/2)

David Banks, Director, Center for Asymmetric Warfare, US Navy, United States

Maritime Situation Awareness System Based on Open Source Software and Data (5A/1)

Livingston Davies, CTO, Channel Logistics LLC, United States

Modeling for Survivability – Compartment and Component Applications and Volume and Section Modulus Study (6C/3)

Sarah Juckett, Domestic Services Project Manager, Alion Science and Technology, United States

Modern Sensor Suite for Naval Vessels (12A/4)

Dr Hans-Dieter Ehrenberg, VP Sales, thyssenkrupp Marine Systems, Germany

Multilayered Naval Air Defence System: PAAMS (8B/2)

Marco Rosati, Head of Missile Systems, MBDA Italia SpA, Italy

Multi-Platform Sensor Data Fusion on a real time MWAN (5B/1)

Harry Menninga, ir, Thales, Netherlands

NATO - Protecting Harbours and Ports (6A/2)

Giulio Cobolli, Chief Department, Italian Navy, Italy

Naval Architecture and System Engineering (5C/3)

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

Naval Combat System Diagnostic Integrated Processor (12D/3)

Michele Arcangelo Sinisi, Eng., Selex Sistemi Integrati, Italy

Naval Surface Fire Support as a Response to New Maritime Scenarios (8B/3)

Dario Sperandei, System Engineer, Orizzonte Sistemi Navali, Italy

New Approach to Testing Precision Weapons: Soft Impact Location Capability (11A/3)

George Shoemaker, Program Manager, Naval Undersea Warfare Center, United States

New Concept for Security in the Extreme Littorals (4A/3)

Richard Börjesseon, tbc, Security Alliance Stockholm AB, Sweden

New Concepts in Mine Warfare (6B/1)

Frederic Schom, Combat System Architect, DCNS, France

New strategy for Improving Marine Diesel Engine Efficiency (2C/1)

Sivasaravanan Rathinavelu, Proprietor, Ganga Engineering Service, India

New Techniques for Designing Frequency Synthesizers Based on DDS Chips (12C/2)

Pawel Domaros MSc, Specialist, R&D Marine Technology Centre, Poland

Not Your Father's Toolbox... (11D/2)

Michael Wiseman, Electrical Engineer, US Navy, United States

Open Architectures in Modern Naval Combat Systems (7D/3)

Marzia Forcucci, System Engineer, Selex Sistemi Integrati, Italy

Open Standards Approach for System to System Integration in Net-Centric Warfare Designs (2D/2)

Gordon Hunt, Chief Engineer, Real-Time Innovations, Inc., United States

Open Systems Evolution of Complex Systems (10D/3)

Mark Thomas, Information Systems Techical Authority, Thales Underwater Systems, United Kingdom

Operational Availability and Life Cycle Cost: the OSN Vision (10C/2)

Angelo Dell'Isola, ILS & CM Manager, Orizzonte Sistemi Navali, Italy

Reinforcing security of European Borders - SOBCAH (8A/4)

Michele Genisio, System Analysis Manager, Galileo Avionica, Italy

Remote Multi-Mission Vehicle (RMMV) Testing and Littoral Applications (3B/2)

Brad Hines, Director, Business Development, Lockheed Martin, United States

Rockets with Gelled Propellants for Naval Applications (11A/1)

Karl Wieland Naumann, Director Strategy and Business Development, Bayern-Chemie, Germany

Simulation Based Performance Assessment for a future Class of Patrol Ships (10B/1)

Mr Edwin van Veldhoven, Senior Scientist, TNO, Netherlands

Simulation of asymmetric threats identification using maritime VTOL drones (5D/1)

Xavier Vainguer, combat systems simulations coordinator, DCNS, France

Solid Oxide Fuel Cell (SOFC) Power Source for Unmanned Undersea Vehicles (UUVs) (3B/1)

Pamela Lisiewicz, Engineer, Naval Undersea Warfare Center, United States

Strategic Threat Analyses and Inverted Targeting (2A/2)

Peter Sjöqvist, tbc, Generic Sweden AB, Sweden

Submarine Capability Life-Extension (SCLE) (8C/3)

M. Savas Onur, Naval Programs Manager, STM, Turkey

Surveillance and Intervention in Maritime Approach (SIAM) Federative Project (5A/3)

Fabienne Majid, force systems, DGA/Ministry of Defence, France

System Component Integrated Requirements Evaluation: SCIRE (6D/1)

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

Systems Engineering Considerations and Evolution for Unmanned Surface Vehicles (12D/2)

Willard Sokol, Naval Architecture Branch Head, Naval Surface Warfare Center (CD), United States

Tactical UAVs and the French Navy (6B/3)

Stéphane Lamour de Caslou, tbc, French Navy, France

The Future of Maritime Domain Awareness in Europe (4A/1)

Steve Guest, Regional Sales Director, Kongsberg Norcontrol IT, United Kingdom

Total Warship Survivability Assessments. (6C/1)

Terry Turner, Defence Scientist, Defence Science and Technology Organisation (DSTO), Australia

Transparent and Opaque Ballistic Protection (12B/2)

Louis Boogh, Development manager, DuPont de Nemours, Switzerland

Underwater Surveillance in the Port of Gothenburg (Case Study) (6A/3)

Robert Sigg, Senior scientist, FOI (Swedish Defence Research Agency), Sweden

Unified Networks in Shipbuilding – MEKO Multi Service Board Network (8D/3)

Dirk Schneider, ThyssenKrupp Marine Systems, Germany

Unified Service Network Concept for Increased Ship Systems Integration (8D/2)

Jacek Skowronek, Group Expert, Thales Nederland, Netherlands

Warship Survivability Assessment from concept to service: SURVIVE and SERVIVE LITE (6C/3)

James Schofield, Director, Survivability Consulting Limited, United Kingdom

Water Blocking in Cables - Tendenyies in Realization (11B/1)

Uwe Rudorf, Head of Business Unit Marine Technologies, Leoni Kabel GmbH, Germany

WECDIS Neptun (12A/3)

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

What Systems Engineering Courses Don't Tell You (11D/1)

George Wallace, Executive Systems Engineer, BAE Systems, United Kingdom

Why Agile Naval Push-Pull XML Based, Interoperability Capabilities and Limitations Information Systems Were Developed (12C/3)

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

WIG (Wing In Ground/Water Effect) Over Ocean Transportation (2B/3)

Neville H. Cross, tbc, Miiltary Book Library, United Kingdom

Working Towards Vertical Acceleration Data Standards (3C/3)

Alma C. M. Jacobson, Naval Architect, Naval Surface Warfare Center, United States


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