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Call for papers, MAST Med 2022
Mon 31 Jan 2022 @ 11:32
Authors hoping to present papers in the MAST Med 2022 technical conference are requested to upload their abstract(s) now.
The MAST Technical Conference Committee will meet in summer to adjudicate all abstracts, and allocate speakers to the final programme (an expected two/three parallel streams of sessions over three days).
Priority will be given to abstracts proposing solutions to the breadth of operational/technological challenges in the Mediterranean theatre from Sea, Air, Space, Cyber, and amphibious perspectives.
With nearly 2,000 international participants already registered, the event is guaranteed to give unparalleled exposure to presentations, at the first MAST conference since the Covid outbreak.
“The Mediterranean: Laboratory for Naval Warfare” – join the conversation now!
Fri 7 Jan 2022 @ 11:18
What will be the operational priorities within this geo-politically and operationally diverse region? What are the key technology drivers?
Ahead of the MAST Med 2022 event, reach out to other participants now and make your exchanges at the physical event better focused and fruitful.
Use the MAST Med LinkedIn group to post your opinions and questions, engage with other MAST Med delegates, and register interest to meet up:
Curtiss-Wright confirm exhibits for MAST in Athens
Thu 6 Jan 2022 @ 11:38
MAST Med 2022 is delighted to confirm exhibition presence from the acclaimed Advanced technology supplier for sea, air, and land deployments.
Curtiss-Wright’s portfolio includes managing the flow of liquids on nuclear-powered submarines and controlling the lift, flight and landing of aircraft, and have systems on every US nuclear submarine and aircraft carrier, and are the preferred supplier of pumps and valves used in the nuclear propulsion system.
They are developing advanced, electromechanical systems that enable aircraft to take-off from and land on an aircraft carrier deck, and key embedded computing technologies, sensors and control equipment and coating services for the F-35 Lightning Joint Strike Fighter, P-8A Poseidon Multi-mission Maritime Aircraft and the Global Hawk unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), and non-U.S. military programmes in Europe, the Asia Pacific region, the Middle East, South America and Canada.
Curtiss-Wright also supports future military systems, such as the U.S. Navy’s next-generation submarine (Ohio-class replacement programme).
- For more information, visit curtisswright.com