MAST Europe 2013

Gdansk

Poland 4–6 June 2013

MAST Conference Papers

Amber Expo, Gdansk, Poland
Tuesday 4 June 2013 to Thursday 6 June 2013

A New Bird At Seaside NightOwl Is Guarding Your National Waters And Far Beyond (10C/10C.2)

Rüdiger Duchateau, Senior Manager, Cassidian Optronics, Germany

A new dimension in underwater weapons: The SeaHake© mod4 Extended Range Heavyweight Torpedo (6A/6A.1)

Gavin Mennecke-Jappy, Sales Director, ATLAS Elektronik GmbH, Germany

Amphibious Craft - Design Problems (3A/3A.3)

Zbigniew Burciu, Prof. Master Mariner, Gdynia Maritime University, Poland

An Approach To A Combined Sensor System For Detection And Classification Of Small Surface Vessels (4A/4A.1)

Rolf Ragnarsson, Staff scientist, FOI (Swedish Defense Research Agency), Sweden

Autonomous Offboard Multistatic Active ASW Network Research, Experimentation, And Demonstration At CMRE (10B/10B.1)

Robert Been, Programme Manager, Centre for Maritime Research and Experimentation, Italy

Autonomous underwater vehicles for naval missions (8C/8C.2)

Edward Gough, Chief Scientist, Centre for Maritime Research and Experimentation, Italy

Battery Charging Technologies For Modern Submarine Requirements (4B/4B.1)

Martin Roscher, Project Manager, MTU Friedrichshafen, Germany

BATTLELAB - Planning Tool For Underwater Surveillance (11C/11C.1)

Bruno Chalindar, Conception Specialist, Thales Underwater Systems, France

Climate Change In The Arctic And Safety Of Navigation In Arctic Waters (9/9.1)

Czes_aw Dyrcz, Rektor-Komendant, Akademia Marynarki Wojennej im. BohaterÑw Westerp, Poland

Closed Loop Degaussing System: Sensor Influence And Robustness (4B/4B.3)

Laurent DEMILIER, Electromagnetic Silencing Manager, DCNS, France

Deriving Naval Capability Requirements: Research Activity for Developing an Operational Evaluation Model (5C/5C.1)

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

Design, Build, Testing And Role Of An ASV For Marine Security (11B/11B.1)

Mr Vincent Dobbin, Sales and Marketing Director, ASV Ltd, United Kingdom

Development And Integration Of Lithium-Ion Batteries For Submarines (4B/4B.2)

Alexander Janke, Project Manager, Thyssenkrupp Marine Systems, Germany

Development Of Underwater Harbour And Force Protection System (5B/5B.2)

Przemyslaw Pozanski, Senior Specialist, CTM (R&D Marine Technology Centre), Poland

Directivity Index Of Rectangular Adaptive Arrays (8A/8A.2)

Gilles Gaonach, Engineer, Thales Underwater Systems, France

Experiments In Multi-Vehicle Operations: The REP12 Exercise (11B/11B.2)

Ruben Rodrigues, Clearance Diver, Portuguese Navy, Portugal

Extremely Large - Unmanned Underwater Vehicles (EL-UUV) As A Force Multiplier (7C/7C.2)

William Senke, Business Development Manager, Lockheed Martin, United States

Foreign Navy Training Program (5A/5A.2)

Stefano Cagnizzi, Engineer, Orizzonte Sistemi Navali SpA, Italy

Future Integrated MCM Systems (7A/7A.3)

Bernd Willke, Mgr Business Development, ATLAS Elektronik GmbH, Germany

German Submarine Project Class 212A (Lessons Learned) (3B/3B.2)

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

High Energy Laser for Naval Application (4A/4A.3)

Markus Jung, Vice President, Rheinmetall Waffe Munition GmbH, Germany

High Power Microwave Weapons In The Naval Arena (10C/10C.1)

Dan Carlson, Project Manager R&D, BAE Systems, Sweden

IDAS - Interactive Defence & Attack System For Submarines (2A/2A.2)

Klaus-Eberhard Moeller, Product Manager, Diehl BGT Defence, Germany

Image Segmentation Using Method Of Edge Detection For Underwater Object Recognition (6C/6C.1)

Bogdan Zak, Dean of the Department of Mechanical and Electrica, Polish Naval Academy, Poland

Innovative High Resolution IR Panoramic Surveillance System (10A/10A.2)

Edouard Campana, Sales director, HGH Infrared Systems, France

Integration Of Special Operation Forces Equipment On ThyssenKrupp Marine Systems Submarines (5B/5B.3)

Nico Baginski, Conceptual Design Submarines, ThyssenKrupp Marine Systems GmbH, Germany

Interactive Reconstitution Of The Acoustic Volume For A Gain In Sonar Exploitation (8A/8A.1)

Bruno Chalindar, Conception Specialist, Thales Underwater Systems, France

Link 16-22 Compatible Combat Management System For Achieving Interoperable Open Architecture (2B/2B.1)

Huseyin Kutluca, Lead Software Engıneer, CMS systems, Milsoft, Turkey

MMCM New Generation (7A/7A.2)

Holger Reich, Assistant Branch Leader, Federal Ministry of Defence, Germany

Multi-Link in the German Navy (2B/2B.2)

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

Multi-Role Patrol Vessel With MCM And UXV Capabilities (Kockums' FLEXpatrol MCM) (7A/7A.1)

Robert C. Petersson, Senior Marketing Executive, Kockums AB, Sweden

Naval Sensors And Target Systems - Challenges solved by Cassidian's Sensor Suite (4A/4A.2)

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

New Designs and Technologies to Serve the Polish Navy (1A/1A.1)

Thomasz Mathea, Commander in Chief, Polish Navy, Poland

New Trends In MCM With Robotic Vehicles (6B/6B.3)

Ruben Rodrigues, Clearance Diver, Portuguese Navy, Portugal

Next Generation Condition Based Maintenance For Fleet Operators (7B/7B.2)

Ken Krooner, President, ESRG, LLC, United States

Nonlocal Stability Of Mobile Marine Objects (3A/3A.1)

Valeriy Nekrasov, Director, Admiral Makarov National University of Shipbuildin, Ukraine

Out Of Africa? Challenges For Naval And Private Operations In African Waters (5A/5A.1)

Dirk Siebels, PhD Candidate, University of Greenwich, United Kingdom

Oxygen/Nitrox Special Combat Diving Operations Technology (11A/11A.1)

Ryszard Klos, PhD, Polish Naval Academy, Poland

Physical And Mathematical Problems Of High-Speed Hydrodynamics For Motion Of Supercavitating Bodies In Water (6C/6C.3)

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

Residual Capacity Of A Damaged Water Mist System (7B/7B.1)

Mr Rogier van der Wal, Project Manager, TNO, Netherlands

SAM3 - Minesweeping USV (6B/6B.1)

Mr Thomas Johansson, Product Manager MCM, SAAB Kockums AB, Sweden

Ship “Finger-Printing” For Maritime Security (8B/8B.1)

Sue Robertson, Director, EW Defence Ltd, United Kingdom

State Blue Border and Maritime Areas Surveillance (Tasks and Cooperation between the Border Guard and Maritime Administration) (3C/3C.3)

Bartosz Rutkiewicz, Deputy Head of Maritime Department, Polish Border Guard Maritime Unit, Poland

Submarine Acoustic Navigation System (11C/11C.3)

David Lambert, MIKEL, Inc., United States

Swarm Of Biomimetic Underwater Vehicles For Underwater ISR (5B/5B.1)

Piotr Szymak, Head of Automatics Department, Polish Naval Academy, Poland

Tactical Decision Support Using Adaptive Mechanism Based On A Living Thing Or A Brain (5C/5C.2)

Masatsugu Ogawa, Principal Researcher, NEC Corporation, Japan

Taking The Man Out Of The Minefield - A CONOPS Proposal for Completely Unmanned, Remote Minehunting and Neutralization (6B/6B.2)

Timothy Joseph Alavosus, Director of Sales and Marketing, L-3 Klein Associates, United States

The Business Of Finding The Anomalous (3C/3C.1)

Ami Daniel, CEO, Windward Ltd., Israel

The HDW Class 212A Submarine (3B/3B.3)

Holger Isbrecht, Head of Group, ThyssenKrupp Marine Systems, Germany

The ISUS Combat System (5B/5B.4)

Rainer Flug, Head of Product Management, ATLAS Elektronik GmbH, Germany

The Mine Clearing Workhorse (ROV) (7C/7C.1)

Lech Rowinski, lecturer, Gdansk University of Technology, Poland

The Strategic Context of 21st Century Maritime Security (1A/1A.2)

Kazimierz Sikorski, Director, National Security Bureau , Poland

The Use Of Side-Scan Sonar For Small Objects’ Detection In Harbor Basin (10B/10B.2)

Andrzej Felski, Director, Polish Naval Academy, Poland

Toward Integrated Multi-Level Engineering (2B/2B.3)

Vincent Arnould, System Architect, DCNS, France

Triton UAS (2C/2C.1)

gregory miller, business development, Northrop Grumman, United States

Unexploded Ordnance: The Next Boom In Autonomous Underwater Vehicle Employment (8C/8C.3)

Rand LeBouvier, Strategic Communications Director, Bluefin Robotics Corporation, United States

Unmanned Sea Platforms For Mine And Underwater Asymmetric Threat Countermeasure (8C/8C.1)

Pawel Polanski, Specialist, CTM (R&D Marine Technology Centre), Poland

Using Physics-based Models for Better Target Detection and Classification (8A/8A.3)

Gim Hwa Chua, Research Engineer, DSO National Laboratories, Singapore

WatchStander Integrated Anti-Pirate System (8B/8B.3)

David Rigsby, President, WatchStander, LLC, United States


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