2003 Science & Engineering Technology Conference

4-6 March 2003 

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Table of Contents

Tuesday, March 4, 2003

Not Your Fatherís Training Anymore by Jack Thorpe

Assessing Technology Transition Fit by Caroline Graettinger and Suzanne Garcia, Carnegie Mellon University

The Defense S&T Budget and Investment Focusby Mr. Robert W. Baker

Wednesday, March 5, 2003

US Joint Forces Command, Our Role in Transformation: Bridging the Gap Between Technology & the [Joint] Warfighter by ADM Edmund P. Giambastiani, Jr., USN, USJFCOM

Challenges of a New Capability-Based Defense Strategy: Transforming US Strategic Forces by the Honorable J.D. Crouch, DOD

Building A Capability-Based Missile Defense Force by MG Peter C. Franklin, USA, Missile Defense Agency

Technology Transition: Challenges from an Industry Perspective by Greg Churchill, Rockwell Collins

Technology Transition: Challenges from the Academic Perspective by Ken Roozen

Update on the DoD transformation Journeyby Vice Admiral Arthur Cebrowski, USN

Transformational Technology Initiativesby The Honorable Ronald M. Sega

Technology Readiness Level Policiesby Mr. Alan Schaffer

The Role of Advanced Concept Technology Demonstrations(ACTDs in Technology)by Mr. Timothy J. Harp

Thursday, March 6, 2003

Transitioning High-Payoff Technologyby Dr. Tony Tether

Navy S&T Transformation Strategiesby CAPT David Schubert, USN

Air Force S&T Transformation Initiatives and Investment Strategiesby Mr. James B. Engle

Army Science & Technology...Accelerating the Pace of Transformation by Dr. John A. Parmentola, Special Assistant to the Deputy Assistant Secretary, Research and Development

Making the World Safer: reducing the threat of weapons of mass destruction by Dr. Steve Younger

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