Naval Future Force Science & Technology EXPO
Mark Your Calendar: Feb. 4-5, 2015 | Register online
What: Naval Future Force Science and Technology EXPO
Where: Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C.
The Naval Future Force Science & Technology (S&T) EXPO is the Office of Naval Research’s premiere event of 2015.
The EXPO, formerly known as the Science & Technology Partnership Conference, will open access to naval leadership and technology principals who will discuss the revised Naval S&T Strategy, provide updates on the status of key programs, and share new research opportunities. Over the course of the event, participants will have multiple opportunities for two-way dialogue on science and technology requirements, challenges and new opportunities in nine S&T focus areas, including:
- Assure Access to Maritime Battlespace
- Autonomy and Unmanned Systems
- Information Dominance - Cyber
- Electromagnetic Maneuver Warfare
- Expeditionary and Irregular Warfare
- Platform Design and Survivability
- Power and Energy
- Power Projection and Integrated Defense
- Warfighter Performance
Senior administration, defense and naval leaders, award-winning scientists and industry innovators will offer their unique vantage points on the state of science and technology. See a list of invited and confirmed speakers.
Plenary room discussions, poster sessions and break-out rooms will allow attendees to engage at their leisure. Additionally, participants can submit requests to meet with ONR technology principals one on one in Pitch a Principal meetings by appointment only.
In addition to "hard" technology, speakers will discuss the keys to succeeding in business with ONR as well as small business opportunities, international collaboration, and workforce development across the science, technology, engineering and mathematics disciplines.
Who Should Attend:
Industry, academia, small businesses, research agencies, labs, naval and S&T community leaders, international partners and other military services are encouraged to attend.
For exhibiting information, contact Mike Huling at the American Society of Naval Engineers: email@example.com