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8th Annual Disruptive Technologies Conference

“DoD Science & Technology Priority Roadmaps to Address Emerging Military Challenges”

Washington, DC

8-9 November 2011


Agenda

Tuesday, November 8, 2011

 

 Some Challenges for Global Military Operations

Process Used to Develop the DoD Science & Technology Priorities and Roadmaps

  • Mr. Robert Baker, Deputy Director, Plans & Programs, Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense, Research & Engineering

Data to Decisions

Autonomy

  • Dr. Morley Stone, Chief Scientist, 711th Human Performance Wing, Air Force Research Laboratory

Human Systems

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

Engineered Resilient Systems

  • Dr. Robert Neches, Director, Advanced Engineering Initiatives, Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense, Research & Engineering

Cyber Science and Technology

  • Dr. Steven King, Deputy Director, Cyber Security Technology, Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense, Research & Engineering

Counter Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD)

  • Dr. Gregory Simonson, Science Advisor, Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Nuclear, Chemical and Biological Defense Programs

 

Wednesday, November 9, 2011

 

Army Science & Technology Program: Areas for Industry Participation

  • Ms. Nancy Harned, Executive Director, Strategic Plans and Program Planning, Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army, Research and Technology

Naval Science & Technology Program: Areas for Industry Participation

Basic Science, MURIs and Their Disruptive Qualities

MURIs and What They Lead To

MURI-Funded Scientific and Technological Blockbusters from Northwestern University

  • Dr. Chad Mirkin, George B. Rathmann Professor of Chemistry, Northwestern University

From Optical Atomic Clocks to Chemistry Near Absolute Zero—How MURI has Transformed Precision

Measurement and Quantum Control

  • Dr. Jun Ye, Fellow of JILA and NIST, Professor Adjoint, Department of Physics, University of Colorado

The Excitement of the MURIs

  • Dr. Peter Reynolds, Chief Scientist, Physical Sciences Directorate, Army Research Office

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