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53RD ANNUAL FUZE CONFERENCE

“Next Generation Fuzing - Maximum Advantage for the Warfighter”

Lake Buena Vista, FL

19 - 21 May 2009

 
Agenda

Wednesday, May 20, 2009

 

GENERAL SESSION

 

KEYNOTE SPEAKER:

         Mr. Darold Griffin, Engineering Management Executives (EME)

 

SESSION II

         DTRA Overview, Danny Hayles, Defense Threat Reduction Agency

         ARDEC Overview, COL Scott Flynn, USA

         DOE Fuzing and Firing Systems Overview, Paul Butler and Scott McEntire, Sandia National Lab

         Navy Overview, Randy Cope, NAWCWD China Lake

         Air Force Acquisition Strategy, Marcelious Willis, Jr., 679th Armament Systems Squadron

         Fuze IPT Perspective, Chuck Kelly, OUSD (AT&L)

 

OPEN SESSIONS

SESSION IIIA

         Precision Guidance Kit (PGK), Anthony Pergolizzi, US Army - AFMO

         Flight Controlled Mortar (FCMortar), Sanford L. Steelman, III, NSWC Dahlgren

         AURORA A Next Generation Fuzing System, Laurie John Turner, Thales Missile Electronics Ltd

         Pyro-MEMS: Technological Breathrough In Fuzes Domain”, Renaud Lafont, NEXTER Munitions

         Guidance Integrated Fuze (GIF), System Development & Testing, Wayne C. Worrell, III, Naval Surface Warfare Center, Dahlgren Division

         Wireless Programming Of 40mm Grenade Launcher Ammunition, Christian Johnsen, Nammo Raufoss

         M759 30mm Fuze Sensitivity Improvements, John Geaney, US Army - ARDEC

         Fuze Redesign for M67 and Anti-Structure Munition (ASM) Grenade, Dr. Carl Campagnuolo, US Special Operations Command (US SOCOM)

         Joint Programmable Fuze Emulation, 2Lt Jack Wiese, USAF - 679 ARSS

         Future Fuzing: New Operational Needs And Fuze Technical Challenges, Max Perrin, JUNGHANS

         A Strain Gage Based Projectile Health Monitor And Salvage, Ronald G. Lundgren, Applied Research Associates

 

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Thursday, May 21, 2009

OPEN SESSIONS

SESSION IVA

         High Fuze Reliability Today And In The Future, Frank M. Kienzler, JUNGHANS microtec GmbH

         Dual Function Fuze DM173 For Cartridge 120mm HE, Martin Leonhardt, JUNGHANS microtech GmbH

         Development Of A Hard Target Void Sensing Fuze for High Mechanical Shock Load Applications, Perry A. Salyers, L-3 Fuzing & Ordnance Systems

         Development of a General Purpose Data Recorder for Very High Mechanical Shock Load Applications, Marc A. Worthington, L-3 Fuzing & Ordnance Systems

         Development of Electronic Time Fuze For Self-Propelled Long-Range Howitzer, Seong Hun Kim, HANWHA Corporation

         A Robust Planar Triggered Sparkgap Switch for High Power Pulse Applications, Dr. Thomas A. Baginski, Auburn University

         A New Generation of High-Shock Accelerometers With Extreme Survivability Performance, Randy Martin, Endevco Corporation

         Piezoelectric Power Supply For Medium Caliber Ammunition, Hege Jodahl, FFI

 

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SESSION VA

         Design And Fabrication Of Small-Sized Radar- Radiometer Sensors With A Single Antenna Configuration in W-Band For Sensor-Fuzed Systems, Dr. Wan-Joo Kim, Agency for Defense Development

         BGA Technology In High-G Environments, Stephen Redington, PE, US Army - ARDEC

         Inertial Igniters With Programmable Safety Features For Small Thermal Batteries For Munitions Fuzing, H.L Nguyen, Omnitek Partners, LLC

         MEMS Impact Sensor, Dr. Daniel L. Jean, Naval Surface Warfare Center - Indian Head Division

         High Voltage Multilayer Ceramic Capacitors For High Pulse Current Applications, John Rogers, Vishay Intertechnology Inc.

         Hazards Of Inappropriate Fuzing Design, Lars-Erik Pettersson, Life Time Engineering AB

         Variable Acceleration Profiling And Characterization Of S&A Escapement Mechanisms, Dr. Michael A. Deeds, Naval Surface Warfare Center - Indian Head Division

         MEMS Shock Sensor Field Results Using Alternate Packaging, Robert D. Sill, PCB Piezotronics Inc.

         Dent Block Acceptance Test Susceptibility, Robert Savoyski, Technical Ordnance, Inc.

         Intelligent Fuzing For Penetrating Munitions: Experiments And Analysis Of Representative Configurations, Jean-Marc Sibeaud, DGA - Centre d’Etudes de Gramat

         Explosive Train for XM1158 40mm Proximity Fuze, Charles Scott Lyon & Timothy M. Mohan, US Army ARDEC

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