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12th Annual Science & Engineering Technology Conference/DoD TECH Exposition

Linking the DoD S&T Program to Key Mission Areas”

NORTH CHARLESTON, SC

21 – 23 June 2011

 
Agenda

TUESDAY, JUNE 21, 2011

Keynote Address

 FY 2012 President’s Budget Request for DoD S&T Program

DoD Basic Research Program with a Focus on Academia

Rapid Fielding Directorate’s Portfolio of Opportunities

  • Mr. Earl Wyatt, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense, Rapid Fielding, OASD(R&E)

 The DoD T&E/S&T Program

Process Used to Develop the DoD Science & Technology Priorities

Data to Decisions

 Autonomy

Human Systems

  • Dr. John F. Tangney, Director, Human & Bioengineered Systems Division, Office of Naval Research

Engineered Resilient Systems

 

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22, 2011

 

Providing Technology Enabled Capabilities

  • Mr. Jeff Singleton, Director for Basic Research, Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army (Research & Technology)

Overview of Naval Science, Technology, and Engineering

Discussion on Navy and Marine Corps Technology Needs

     Moderator: Dr. Joseph Lawrence, III, Director of Transition, Office of Naval Research

 Overview of Air Force Science, Technology, and Engineering

  • Colonel Mark Koch, USAF, Associate Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Air Force (Science, Technology & Engineering)

High Velocity Penetrating Weapon (HVPW)

  • Mr. Leo Rose, U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory/RW, Program Manager

Responsive Reusable Booster for Space Access

Precision Airdrop

  • Dr. Keith Bowman, Air Vehicles Directorate, U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory

 

THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 2011

 

How Capabilities are Developed and Delivered to the Combatant Commanders

USCENTCOM

USSOCOM

USPACOM

USSOUTHCOM

USTRANSCOM

USSTRATCOM

USNORTHCOM

USEUCOM

 

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