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The primary objective of the conference is to provide insight, information and lessons learned into how we can improve the overall performance of defense programs via a better, more focused application of systems engineering that will lead to more capable, interoperable and supportable weapon systems for the warfighter, with reduced total ownership costs, to help our military meet its current and new mission area and capabilities requirements. Technical and management presentations are a key tactic in achieving this objective. To this end, you are invited to submit a short (5000 characters maximum) abstract of a presentation for a session as listed to the left. Abstracts must fully describe the planned content and how the presentations will advance the objectives of the conference and session. All accepted presentations will be delivered at the conference in electronic format; full papers are optional and are not required. Abstracts must include the following administrative information: presentation title, author’s name, title, e-mail address, phone number, mailing address and organization, and the conference session targeted. Please designate if your abstract is to be a panel.
Abstracts must be submitted no later than Friday, May 31, 2013 via the following web link: http://application.ndia.org/abstracts/4870.
Abstracts will only be accepted through this web link, and all required information must be completed. Upon completion of the required information, you will receive an e-mail confirmation. Conference presenters are not precluded from registration and conference fees.
On Monday, October 28, 2013, we will conduct a series of systems engineering, interoperability, modeling & simulation and best practices tutorials. Tutorial proposals should be submitted just as abstract submittals through the web link provided above. Please indicate that the submittal is for a tutorial in the submission title. Tutorials can either be a half or full day, depending on the content, and should relate to the subject matter of the conference. Tutorial proposals must be submitted by Friday, May 31, 2013.
-Early Systems Engineering
-Education & Training
-Enterprise Health Management
-Engineering Resilient Systems
-Early Systems Engineering/System of Systems
-Human Systems Integration
-Modeling & Simulation/Architecture
-Modeling & Simulation
-System Security Engineering
-System of Systems/Architecture
-System of Systems/Net-Centric
-System of Systems/Test & Evaluation
-Statistical Test Optimization
-Systems Engineering Effectiveness
-System of Systems
-Test & Evaluation
-Test & Evaluation/Modeling & Simulation