Insensitive Munitions & Energetic Materials Committee
The mission ofthe Committee is to gather technical information pertainent to Insensitive Munitions and Energetic Materials (IM/EM) and exchange that technical information in an open forum. The Committee solicits information from government agencies, academic institutions and industry throughout the world.
The Committee actively seeks IM/EM information on policy and practices; design, development, production and deployment of munitions and materials; the evaluation of the properties of the munition/material including safety/hazards, chemical/compatibility/ageing and physical properties.
Examples of munitions and materials include, but are not limited to: warheads, bombs, missiles,torpedoes, mines, projectiles, high explosives, propellants and pyrotechnic charges.
The Committee partners with the NATO Munitions Safety Information Analysis Center (MSIAC) in Brussels, Belgium to further the 1M/EM mission. The means by which the information is exchanged is a symposium that is held every 18 months at various venues in the US. Every third symposium is produced by the Insensitive Munitions European Manufacturers Group (IMEMG), Paris, France, and the symposium is held in a member country.
The next IM/EM Technology Symposium will take place October 7-10, 2013 in San Diego, CA. For more information, please visit the event website: www.ndia.org/meetings/4550.
Mr. Andrew Wilson
VP R&D and Business Development
Esterline Defense Technologies
85-901 Avenue 53
Coachella, CA 92236-2607
Phone: (760) 397-3874
Fax: (760) 398-3896
Brian Adams, General Dynamics-OTS, Niceville, FL
Matthew Beyard, USN, Indian Head, MD
Paul Braithwaite, ATK, Promontory, UT
Michael Ervin, BAE, Kingsport, TN
Ken Graham, Aerojet, Orange, VA
Melissa Hobbs, ATK, Rocket Center, WV
Christine Michienzi, OSD, Washington, D.C.
Steven Nicolich, USA, Picatinny, NJ
Andrew Sanderson, Esterline, Radford, VA
Stephen Struck, USAF, Eglin, FL
Pierre-Olivier Vignaud, MSIAC, Paris, FR
Director, Operations, NDIA
Phone: (703) 247-2593
FAX: (703) 522-1885