FINAL AGENDA 25-29 July, 2011

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FINAL
AGENDA

25
-
29 July, 2011


MONDAY, 25 July


0800
-
0
845

Registration/Check
-
in
at
Room 102,
Glasgow Hall

0
845
-
09
00

NPS Welcoming Remarks,
VADM Daniel Oliver (USN Ret.), NPS President

09
00
-
0930
Welcome and Administrative Remarks/Description of Course/Kickoff
(Ms. Rita Painter and
Distinguished Professor Herschel Loomis, PhD, ECE Department)

0930
-
1030
NPS Research Overview,
Dr. Van Bibber/NPS Dean of Research

1030
-
1130
RF Weapons and their Threat

to our Military and Homeland Security
, Dr. John O’Hara/DoD

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1130
-
1230 LUNCH


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1230
-
13
00

Tactical SIGINT Technology (TST) spons
ored Cryogenic Exploitation of Radio Frequency (CERF)
projects and their associated SBIRs: Overview and Updates,
LT Sarah Rice
/SSC Pac

1300
-
1
330

Cryogenic Exploitation of Radio Frequency Management (CERM) Operational Demonstration
onboard USS CAPE ST GEOR
GE,
LT Sarah Rice/SSC Pac

1330
-
1430

Development of New Missions for a Reconfigurable P
ayload
,
Dr. Eugene G
r
ayver, Aerospace Corp.

1430
-
1445 Break


1445
-
1545
Data Storage Industry Technology Update,
Mr. Hal Woods/ HP

1545
-
1645
Extreme Bandwidth Analyzer /
Correlator based on Spatial
-
Spectral (S2) Holography
,
Mr. Randy
Babbi
t
t/
S2 Corporation



1700
-
1900
SCIF Beer/Wine and Cheese
Networking
Social



TUESDAY, 26 July


MARITIME DOMAIN AWARENESS TECHNOLOGY SESSION

Session Chair:
Commodore Sloat


0800
-
0900
National MDA Governance and DHS Requirements Process for MDA
,
Mr. Curtis L. Dubay
/USCG

0900
-
1000
Cross Domain Solutions in MDA
,
Dr. George Dinolt/NPS (tentative)

1000
-
1015 Break


1015
-
1
045
New Technology Radars and their impact on MDA
,
Mr.
Joe
Gherlone/USCG

104
5
-
1145

S2A,
Mr. Alan Hope/NRL


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1145
-
1245

LUNCH

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OVERHEAD TECHNOLOGY SESSION

Session Chair: Dr. Hersch
Loomis


1245
-
1345

VIP Guest Speaker
,
Dr. W. M. Austin
, P
resident and CEO,
The Aerospace Corporation

1345
-
1445

Latest Satellite Technology
, Dr. Michael Ross/NPS

1445
-
1500

Break


1500
-
1
600

Precision
Geolocation
,
Dr. Michael Price/Systeka

1600
-
1700

Miniature

Atomic Clocks

for Innovative ISR Applications
,

Dr. Lute Maleki/OEWaves


WEDNESDAY, 27 July

Battlespace Awareness (and misc.) Session

Session Chair:
Mr. Ron Aikins


09
00
-
09
45

Environmental Influence on Insurgent Activity in
Afghanistan
,
Dr. Scott McGirr/SSC Pac

094510
45

Advances in Modern Digital EO/IR Focal Plane and Sensor Technology,
Mr. Steven Botts/Raytheon

1045
-
1130

Hastily Formed Networks
, Brian Steckler/NPS HFN Center Director

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11
30
-
1230

LUNCH


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1
230
-
13
45

Strategic, Economic and Technological Challenges Facing the DoD,
Mr. Peter Wilson/Rand

1345
-
1400

Break




1
400
-
1600
+




VIP PRESENTATIONS AN
D PANEL SESSION







Session Chair: Dr. Douglas Fouts


RADM Michael Brown
, USN

Director
,
Cybersecurity and Coordination

U.S. Department of Homeland Security


Mr. Michael A. Del Vecchio

Deputy Director, Mission Support Directorate

National Reconnaissance Office


Dr. John Pellegrino


Acting Director of the Computational and Information Sciences Directorate

U.S. Army Research Laboratory


CAPTAIN
Tim Brewer
, USN

Executive

Officer

Naval
Research Laboratory



180
0
Pirates Cove Beach Party,
285 Figueroa St, Fisherman’s Wharf #2


THURSDAY, 28 July


CYBER / INFORMATION DOMINANCE TECHNOLOGY SESSION

Session Chair: Dr. Frank Kragh


0800
-
0900
Cyber Warfare
, Dr. John McEachen, NPS

0900
-
1000
Project TopHat


Leveraging the JTRS SDR Technologies to Achieve Information Superiority,
CDR
Andrew Kessler

1000
-
1015 Break


1015
-
1115
Use of Semantic Technologies to Detect Insider Threats
, Mr. Ken Sweltz/CTC

1115
-
1145
Cyber Threats vs Future Navy Netwo
rks
, Mr. Skip Thaeler


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1145
-
1245 LUNCH


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1245
-
1345

Threat Axis Analysis


Development of a Tool to Characterize Threat Actor Ca
pability and Intent


Initial Findings
, Mr. Peter Gaspar, Idaho National Laboratories

1345
-
1445
Seizing the Initiative, Dynamic Approaches to Using the Joint IO Range,
Tom "TCL" Curby
-
Lucier
/

USJFCOM

1445
-
1500 Break


1500
-
1530
WCDMA Research and Yuma
Resources
,
Mr. Ben Peddicord/NPS













FRIDAY, 29 July


08
0
0
-
1200

NPS Lab tours


NPS Lab Tours






Time



Location



POC

0800
-
0820

SCIF

Computer Research Lab

Dr. Dinolt








0830
-
0850

H
-
126

SRDC Lab



Dr. Agrawal








0900
-
0920

Bu
-
106B

Satellite Design Lab

Dr. Panholzer/ Dan
Sakoda








0930
-
0950

Halligan

C
enter for Autonomous Vehicles



Isaac Kaminer








1000
-
1020

Tentative

Halligan

System ID and Robotics Labs

Dr. M. Ross








1030
-
1050

Tentative

Spanagel

Communications Research Lab

Donna Miller








1100
-
1120

Tentative

Spanagel

Wireless Network Labs

Bob Broadston








1130
-
1200

Tentative

Spanagel

Radar Lab



Paul Buczynski