MAST Europe 2011

Marseille

France 27–29 June 2011

MAST Conference Papers

Parc Chanot, Marseille, France
Monday 27 June 2011 to Wednesday 29 June 2011

A Design Tool Used For Training And Decision Making (7B/7B.1)

Gilbert Durand, Survivability architect, Ministry of Defence (DGA), France

A New Modelling Technique for the Shock Assessment of Bolted Connections (10B/10B.3)

Kevin Behan, Engineering Manager, Naval Undersea Warfare Center (Division Newport), United States

A New RF Coaxial Cable System for Shipboard Mast Applications (6C/6C.1)

Raymond Schwartz, Cable Technologist, Cobham Sensor Systems, United States

A New Seismic Tool For Deep Water: SYSIF (2D/2D.3)

Pierre Leon, Underwater systems project manager, IFREMER, France

A Realtime Multi Sensor Data Fusion for Coastal Surveillance System (2A/2A.3)

Raj Kumar Choudhury, Senior Research Staff, Bharat Electronics Limited, India

Advancing Soft Kill Capability Through Improved Payload Positioning (7B/7B.2)

Steve Kerchey, Business Development Manager Naval, Chemring Countermeasures Ltd, United Kingdom

Agile Testing and Performance Engineering: Integration and Test for Rapid Capability Insertion (7C/7C.1)

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

Air Deployed Low Frequency Multistatic Sonar Systems - Recent Developments (3E/3E.1)

Anthony Richard, Technical Manager, Thales Australia, Australia

Airborne Laser Mine Detection System (ALMDS): General Overview and Transition to Full Rate Production (2E/2E.2)

Marc DeBlasio, LCS MPI Program Director, Northrop Grumman, United States

Airborne Mine Counter Measures Sensors (2E/2E.1)

Dexon Guzman, Director, Business Development, Northrop Grumman Corporation, United States

An Application of Systems Modeling Language (SysML) to Systems Engineering of Maritime Sensor Networks (7A/7A.1)

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

Anti Surface Missile for Surgical Kill in Littoral Environment: FASGW - ANL (4B/4B.1)

Bruno de La Motte, Senior Adviser, MBDA Missile Systems, France

Application of a System Design Reference Process Model in a Ship Concept Design Study (2C/2C.1)

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

Application of Commercial Ship Maintenance Philosophy to Naval Ships (3A/3A.2)

Thomas Ingram, Manager of Government Programs, ABS Americas, United States

Application of DoDAF Total-Ship System Architecture in Naval Ship Operational Effectiveness Modeling (7A/3)

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

Aspects on Mast Arrangement on Naval Surface Ships (2C/2C.2)

Leif Lagerkvist, Senior Systems Engineer, Saab AB, Sweden

Assisting AUV Navigation Systems Using a Particle Filter (6D/6D.2)

Glenn Donovan, Electronics Engineer, Naval Undersea Warfare Center (Division Newport), United States

Asymmetric Warfare Management (3B/3B.1)

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

Asynchronous Radio-location System with Spread Spectrum Signals (6A/6A.1)

Jacek Stefanski, Associate Professor, Gdansk University of Technology, Poland

Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (AUV) Docking Station for SSGN (7B/7B.1)

Brad Thomas, Principle Research Scientist, Battelle, United States

Baseline Data Acquisition Strategy for First in Class Vessel (LCS-1 Class) (5B/5B.2)

Joseph Budd, Electronics Engineer, Naval Surface Warfare Center (US Navy), United States

Bat Sonar (2D/2D.2)

Jason Gaudette, Electrical Engineer, Naval Undersea Warfare Center, United States

BMD System: Shipborne Aster Capability 2 (4B/4B.3)

Véronique CHAM-MEILHAC, head of missile defense, MBDA Missile Systems, France

Broadband Sensor for Naval Applications (2D/2D.3)

John DiCecco, Research Engineer, Naval Undersea Warfare Center, United States

Buried Objects Detection And Classification - Experimentations And Sonar Development (2D/2D.1)

Mélanie FOULON, Engineer, Ministry of Defence (DGA/TN), France

Characterisation And Prediction Of Quiescent Periods Of Ship Motions (3D/3D.1)

Céline DROUET, Engineer, DCNS Research/SIREHNA, France

Classification of naval units - a requirement for the future? (3A/3A.3)

Thomas Grafton, Senior Engineer, Det Norske Veritas AS, Norway

Collaborative Visualization of Multi-Channel High Definition Full Motion Video (3A/3A.2)

Jeff Malacarne, Technical Director, Barco, United States

Combining COTS, MOTS And Custom Assemblies To Deliver Program Wide Benefits (6B/6B.1)

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

Complex Codes Used In Airborne Sonar Systems - Practical Problems (2E/2E.3)

Hervé Tanguy, Advanced studies engineer, Thales Underwater Systems, France

Cybervulnerability at Sea (3B/3B.3)

Herveleu, French Navy, France

Deep Water Test Platform: ABYSSEA (10D/10D.1)

Yves CHARDARD, CEO, SUBSEA TECH, France

Determining A Reliable Position In All Maritime Situations: e-Positioning (10A/10A.1)

Eric Prang, Senior Business Development Manager, SAGEM DS, France

Development of a High Performance Magnetic Heading Sensor (6D/6D.1)

Ahmed Zaki, Engineer, Naval Undersea Warfare Center, United States

Development of Novel Electrolytes to Enable Solid Oxide Fuel Cells to Operate at Lower Temperatures in UUV Propulsion Application (6D/6D.3)

Louis Carreiro, Research Chemist, Naval Undersea Warfare Center (Division Newport), United States

Diagnostics as Stepping Stone to Better Prognostics in the US Navy (5B/5B.1)

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

Disruptive Hybrid Fabric Networking Technology (7D/7D.2)

Erik Chaum, Principal Investigator, Naval Undersea Warfare Center (Division Newport), United States

Diver-based Rapid Response Capability for Maritime-Port Security Operations (5A/5A.3)

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

DSTO’s Future Undersea Warfare Enabling Research Program (2C/2C.1)

Roger Neill, Principal Research Scientist, Defence Science and Technology Organisation, Australia

DSTO's Naval Research - Supporting the Royal Australian Navy's Future Capabilities (10A/10A.1)

Darren Sutton, Attache Defence Science, Defence Science and Technology Organisation, United States

Easy IP Coalition Warfare Program (9B/9B.3)

W. Lars Sikes, Director, Nontraditional Programs, Naval Undersea Warfare Center (Division Keyport), United States

Effective Littoral Operations Through Warship Electromagnetic Design (7D/7D.4)

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

Elastic Response of a Rib-Stiffened Plate to Convected and Line Load Excitations (10B/10B.1)

Heather Chamblee, Scientist, Naval Undersea Warfare Center (Division Newport), United States

Enabling Shared Situational Awareness (2A/2A.2)

Ciaravola, French Navy, France

Energy Harvesting for Shipboard Wireless Sensor Networks (6C/6C.2)

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

Energy Recovery To Reduce Fuel Consumption On Naval Ships (6C/6C.2)

Alexis Roy, Propulsion Architect, DCNS, France

European Naval Deep Strike Solution - NCM (4B/4B.2)

Bruno de La Motte, Senior Adviser, MBDA Missile Systems, France

European Project For Regional Surveillance: I2c (2A/2A.1)

Michel Morel, R&D Manager, DCNS, France

Evaluation Of The DCNS Multi Platform Situational Awareness Capability (2B/2B.2)

Hervé Fargetton, Situational awareness function Architect, Ministry of Defence (DGA), France

Evolutions in TB-23 Towed Array Technology (5D/5D.1)

Chieu Tran, Principal Engineer, L-3 Ocean Systems, United States

Exploitable Research in Depth (Osprey) (8A/8A.2)

Dr David J W Hardie, Thales, United Kingdom

Good Things Come in Small Packages (Cerberus Mod 2) (5A/5A.2)

Mark Bezzant, Business Development Manager, ATLAS Elektronik UK, United Kingdom

Ground-Based, Hiperbolic And Self-organising Radiolocation System With Spread Spectrum Signal (10A/10A.2)

Jacek Stefanski, Associate Professor, Gdansk University of Technology, Poland

Harbor Shield Program Update: Acoustic Underhull Imaging of Moving Vessels (10B/10B.2)

Brian Sikorski, Principal Research Engineer, Battelle, United States

HYBRID ELECTRIC DRIVE – ENHANCING ENERGY SECURITY (2B/2B.4)

David McMullen, Director, Electric Power and Control Systems Divis, NAVSEA 05Z3, United States

Implementation of On-Board Trainer (OBT) Scenarios in a Distributed Virtual World Environment (5B/5B.3)

Patrick Violante, Electrical Engineer, Naval Sea Systems Command, United States

Indoor Air Quality In An Italian Military Submarine (10D/10D.2)

Lorenzo Lodola, Responsabile, IRCCS Policlinico San Matteo, Italy

Information Sharing - A New Paradigm (6A/6A.1)

TACYNIAK Danielle, Head of Advanced Studies & European Agencies for I, Thales Communications, France

Innovative Technologies and Future Applications aboard of German Submarines (5C/5C.1)

Juergen W. Giefer, Technischer Regierungsdirektor, Federal Ministry of Defence, Germany

Integrated Topside Design of Modern Warships (2C/2C.3)

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

Integration of UAV on the German Corvette K130 (5C/5C.3)

Oliver Stelter, German Ministry of Defence (BWB), Germany

Lessons Learned and Challenges in Distributed Systems (2C/2C.2)

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

Market Based Control of Auxiliary Ship Systems with Damage Avoidance (7A/7A.1)

Greg Anderson, Engineer, Naval Surface Warfare Center (Philadelphia), United States

Measurement Of Residual Stresses In A Hull Section Of A Rubis Class Submarine (2C/2C.3)

Xavier Ficquet, Senior development engineer, Veqter, United Kingdom

Mid Range Phased Array Velocity Sensor - Performance Analysis (4C/4C.2)

Aude KUCHLY, Sales Manager, TELEDYNE RDI EUROPE, France

Modularity: Naval Ship Modernization With Reduced Cost And Increased Flexibility; An LCS Update (9D/9D.2)

Marc DeBlasio, LCS MPI Program Director, Northrop Grumman, United States

Multinational Naval Operations - Coordinated Engagements (3B/3B.2)

Loïc Tacher, Naval Systems Architect, DCNS, France

Multiplatform Tactical Picture (MPTP) - A Study Assessment (2B/2B.1)

Felix Alvarez, MPTP architect, DCNS, France

Multi-Role Combat Boats For Frigate 125 - Innovation For The German Navy (7C/7C.2)

Mathias Beise, mechanical engineer, Ministry of Defence (BWB), Germany

Multi-Sensor Tracking (7D/7D.1)

Sunil Mathews, Engineer, NUWCDIVNPT, United States

National Maritime Security System In Poland (2A/2A.3)

Wojciech Palka, Senior specialist, Maritime Office in Gdynia, Poland

Naval Multiplatform Engagement Capability (2B/2B.3)

Bruno de La Motte, Senior Adviser, MBDA Missile Systems, France

NCO/NCW, Why Link22/Multilink is Needed...Now! (3C/3C.3)

Heinz Marsau-Rierl, Senior Sales Manager TDL, ATLAS Elektronik GmbH, Germany

Netforce and Blue-Water Cyberboats: A New Blue-water Naval Force In Creation. (4A/4A.3)

Sandy Allsopp, Man. Director, Allsopp helikites Ltd, United Kingdom

Networked Visualization for Collaborative C4ISR Systems (7C/7C.3)

Jeff Malacarne, Technical Director, Barco, United States

New Naval Rules and Developments (3A/3A.1)

Lorenz Petersen, Director of Naval Branch, Germanischer Lloyd, Germany

New Possibilities For Submarine based ROV (SUBROV) (5A/5A.2)

Mr Carl-Marcus Remén, Sales manager, SAAB Underwater Systems AB, Sweden

New Possibilities with SUBROV (SUBmarine ROV) (6B/6B.1)

Bert Johansson, Director, Saab Underwater Systems, Sweden

New Technologies To Optimise Maintenance (6B/6B.3)

John Gierchak, Lead Engineer, Impact Technologies, United States

New Tracking Technique (5B/5B.3)

Frederic Livernet, CMS SENIOR EXPERT, Ministry of Defence (DGA), France

Next Generation Chilled Water Plant For Navy Applications (6C/6C.3)

Matthieu Faucheux, Technical & Operation Manager, Johnson Controls, France

Novel Magnetic Sensors (PH) (6D/6D.2)

George McNamara, Chief Development Officer (Division Newport), Naval Undersea Warfare Center, United States

Operation and Maintenance Workload Analysis: The LCS Study (10B/10B.3)

Paolo Amadio, Director, Lockheed Martin, United States

Operational Experience With AUV 62 AT – The Future In Training ASW Operators (4D/4D.2)

Mr Carl-Marcus Remén, Sales manager, SAAB Underwater Systems AB, Sweden

Operational Experience with AUV 62 AT – The future in Training ASW Operators (7B/7B.3)

Mr Carl-Marcus Remén, Sales manager, SAAB Underwater Systems AB, Sweden

Optimising Soft-Kill Naval Countermeasures – Firing Algorithms (8B/8B.1)

John Mobsby, Chemring Countermeasures, United Kingdom

ORBCOMM's Current & Future Satellite AIS Capabilities (6A/6A.2)

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

Passive Signal Detection and Extraction (9C/9C.2)

Roger Phelps, Algorithms Specialist, Thales Underwater Systems, United Kingdom

Platform Enabled Threat Evaluation (7A/7A.2)

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

Portable Underwater Tracking Range (10C/10C.1)

Peter Yinger, Director, L-3 MariPro, United States

Presentation of Device to Generate Reliable and Independent Offshore Energy using Wave Power (2B/2B.2)

George Smith, Chief Technical Officer, Green Ocean Energy Ltd, United Kingdom

Prospect for Indefinitely Powering In-water ASW, MIM, and ISR Sensors with Energy Harvested from Marine Sediment (2B/2B.3)

Leonard Tender, Research Chemist / Branch Head, Naval Research Laboratory, United States

Protecting High Value Assets during Surface Transits (5A/5A.1)

Deborah Durgin, Supervisor, L-3 Communications Klein Associates, Inc., United States

Providing Robust SSK Communications on Demand (5C/5C.2)

Mr Richard Williams, Project Manager, ATLAS Elektronik UK, United Kingdom

Radar Tracker - Critical In Maritime Surveillance Systems (3A/3A.1)

Rami Kassab, Technical Manager, PEGASE systems, France

Real-time Remote Marine Mammal Monitoring on Navy Ranges (2D/2D.1)

David Moretti, Electrical Engineer, Naval Undersea Warfare Center, United States

Robust Capon Beamforming for Passive Sonar (9C/9C.1)

Samuel Somasundaram, Algorithm Development Engineer, Thales UK, United Kingdom

ROV (UNCOSS) (5A/5A.1)

Vladivoj Valkovic, professor of physics, A.C.T.d.o.o., Croatia

Safety Assessment Of Composite Designs Using Fire Engineering (7A/7A.2)

Joëlle GUTIERREZ, Head of materials R&D department, DCNS Research, France

Scalable Sonar System for AUVs (4D/4D.1)

Martin Meister, Senior System Engineer, L-3 ELAC Nautik, Germany

SeaBat 7130, 3-D Dual-Frequency Sonar for 12 ¾” UUVs, Progress Report (7B/7B.2)

Dan Suchman, Sr. Technical Consultant, RESON, Inc, United States

Securing Passenger Transfer Between Cruise Ships And Tenders (3D/3D.2)

Jean-Marc BEYNET, Expert-Engineer, BRL Ingenierie, France

Shallow Water PUTR (Portable Undersea Tracking Range) Upgrade (10C/10C.3)

Jeremy O'Neal, Technical Direction Agent for Underwater Tracking , Naval Undersea Warfare Center Division, Newport RI, United States

Ship Electromagnetic Field Signature Prediction (7D/7D.1)

Rafal Namiotko, Head of Electromagnetic Laboratory, OBR Centrum Techniki Morskiej, Poland

Ship Self Defence - Concept Development and Experimentation (7B/7B.3)

Yntze Meijer, Operational Analyst, TNO, Netherlands

Shipboard Machinery System Selection: A Risk-Based Approach to Decision Support (10B/10B.1)

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

Single Crystal Research in UK (5D/5D.2)

Mark Bezzant, Business Development Manager, ATLAS Elektronik UK, United Kingdom

Some Key Problems Of High-Speed Hydrodynamics Of Supercavitating Objects (8A/8A.1)

Ivan Kirschner, Principal Scientist, Applied Physical Sciences Corporation, United States

Sonar Systems - Open Architecture based on Data Distributed Services (DDS) (9C/9C.3)

Ralf Siegfried, Head of Systems Engineering, L-3 ELAC Nautik, Germany

Space Based AIS - Real World Applications (9A/9A.3)

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

Special Forces Concepts for Conventional Submarines (5C/5C.3)

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

State-of-the-Art for Designing, Building, and Maintaining Open Architecture Systems (7C/7C.2)

William "Bill" Antypas, Chief Consulting Engineer, RTI (Real-Time Innovations), United States

Surface Drift Prediction Using Operational Tools (3D/3D.3)

Marc Pavec, Engineer, Actimar, France

Terrorism, Ship-Jacking & Piracy (TSP) (The Effectiveness Of ISPS Code Against) (10A/10A.3)

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

The Effectiveness of Softkill Systems (8B/8B.2)

Heinz Bannasch, Senior Vice President Protection Systems Division, Rheinmetall Waffe Munition GmbH, Germany

The Energy Security Dilemma: Are Rare Earth Elements too Rare for Green Energy Technology Applications? (2B/2B.1)

Michael Robinson, Engineer, Naval Surface Warfare Center (Carderock Division), United States

The Navy Space Dimension (3C/3C.2)

Jose Prieto, Business Development Director, GMV, Spain

The Saltwater Inflection Point (10A/10A.3)

R. Robinson Harris, Director, Requirements and Solutions, Lockheed Martin MS2, United States

Trajectory Estimation Of A Maneuvering Target From A Non-Maneuvering Platform, Using Bearings Only (10C/10C.3)

Julien CLAVARD, Studies Engineer/PhD Student, Thales Underwater Systems, France

U.S. Navy Alternative Fuels Program (5A/5A.3)

Gregory Toms, Naval Fuels and Lubricants TWH, Naval Sea Systems Command, United States

Undersea Perimeter Security Integrated Defense Environment (UPSIDE) (5A/5A.4)

Michael Grzechowiak, Software Project Manager, Rite Solutions, Inc., United States

Underwater Acoustic Communications Modems: Performance Assessment Using High Fidelity Simulation Tools (4C/4C.1)

Jean-Michel Passerieux, Project manager, Thales Underwater Systems, France

Unmanned Aerial Systems - Naval Integration (5C/5C.1)

Emmanuel Couturier, Engineer, DCNS, France

Unmanned Air Systems (UAV) In Maritime Operations - Operational Requirements (5C/5C.2)

Gerardo Covacevich, Gerente General, C&A Consulting, Chile

Unmanned Semi-Submersible System in MCM Operations (4D/4D.3)

Gerard Fardella, Combat System Architect, DCNS, France

UUV Long-Range Communication Using Low-Frequency Acoustic Source (4C/4C.3)

Frederic Mosca, R&T group manager, IXSEA, France

Velocity Sensing Sonar (6B/6B.3)

William Mildon, United States


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