2017 Armament Systems Forum
5/1/2017 to 5/4/2017
Fredericksburg Expo & Conference Center
View/Download/Print a copy of the Call for Papers
Abstracts must be submitted electronically through the website: http://application.ndia.org/abstracts/7610. All requested information must be completed for the abstract to be considered. Once an abstract has successfully been submitted, a confirmation email will be sent to the principal author. Abstracts must be submitted no later than November 21, 2016. Authors will be notified if their abstract has been accepted for presentation on or around December 23, 2016. Abstract submission format guidelines are below.
The full name and contact information for the principal author. This person is the main contact for the abstract/presentation and will receive all notifications, confirmations, and further instructions from NDIA. They will also be listed as the presenter in the forum program if the abstract is selected for presentation.
Any additional authors for the abstract submission should be listed in this area and their names will appear on the “Additional Authors” page in the forum program.
The presenter’s biography must be submitted here for use by the session chair during the forum. Short introductory comments are preferred.
Please select the category to which your abstract belongs i.e. Small Arms, GARM or Unconventional Emerging Technology Armament Systems. When submitting your abstract, please indicate the presentation preference of an oral presentation to attendees in one of the three programs, poster session or tutorial session.
Content, Length, Presentation
Since numerous abstracts will be submitted, it is important that the abstract clearly outline the summary of the project objectives, results, benefits to defense capability and the warfighter. Preference will be given to those abstracts that provide a concise and thorough summary of the project objectives and results. Your title should be concise as it will be listed in the forum program. Your title cannot exceed 200 characters. Your abstract cannot exceed 5000 characters. Submissions must be appropriate for an open 20-minute oral presentation which includes 5 minutes for questions and answers.
***All presenters are required to pay the conference registration fee.