NAECON

National Aerospace & Electronics Conference(NAECON)

Dayton, OH | USA * June 27 - 30, 2017

 

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Supporters:

Air Force Institute of Technology

Wright State University

University of Cincinnati

The Ohio State University

Oakland University

IEEE Circuit and Systems Society (CAS)

Ohio Aerospace Institute

Contact:
Chairman: Dr. Robert Ewing
Phone: 937-713-8122
E-Mail: contact@naecon.org

Webmaster: fharlow@ieee.org

Conference Program-(Download here)

 

Registration Hours
(Tuesday starting at 11:00am, then Daily 7:30 – 16:00; Ends Friday at 12:00pm

Day 1– Tuesday, June 27, 2017 Coffee Breaks: 15:00 -15:15

1300 - 1700 Tutorial A Trusted Systems and Electronics, Dr. Charles Cerny and Dr. Matt Casto, AFRL Sensors Directorate  (Ballroom)
1300 - 1500 Tutorial B Understanding Infrared Detection, Dr. Kenneth Hopkins, AFRL Materials and Manufacturing Directorate (Auditorium)
1515 - 1700

Tutorial C  Overview of 5G Communication Technologies, Dr. Michel Gagne, Keysight Technologies Inc. (Auditorium)

Day 2– Wednesday, June 28, 2017 Coffee Breaks: 10:15 – 10:30 , 15:30 -15:45

0730 - 0830 Continental Breakfast
0830 - 0845 Welcome and Introductions (Ballroom)
0845 - 0930 Plenary 1:
Dr. Patrick Roblin, “New Paradigm for the Accelerated Design of Power Efficient RF Amplifiers” (Ballroom)
0930 - 1015 Plenary 2: Dr. Gary Scalzi, "Air Force ManTech – Bridging the Valley of Death: From Science & Technology to Manufacturing & Production"
1030 - 1200

Low SWaP Sensor Processing
(10:30 – 12:00) Ballroom

THz & mmwave (10:30 - 12:00) 
Auditorium          

Aerospace Power  (10:30 - 12:00)                                    
Kitty Hawk

1200 - 1315

Keynote Luncheon; (Ballroom)
Keynote Speaker:  Dr. Elliott Brown, WSU, “Good Vibrations: Resonant RF Interactions with Bioparticles and Biomolecules from GHz to THz”

1315 - 1400

Plenary 3: 
Mike Parker, Intel Corp, “Stratix 10: Intel’s latest FPGA technology and capabilities” (Ballroom)                

1400 - 1745

Low SWaP Sensor Processing (14:00 – 15:20)   Ballroom

Guidance and Control  (15:45-17:15)   
Ballroom

THz & mmwave (14:00-15:30)             
Auditorium

Trusted Systems & Electronics  (15:45-17:45)
Auditorium

Emerging Electronics and Microsystems  (14:00-16:50)
Kitty Hawk

Day 3– Thursday, June 29, 2017 Coffee Breaks: 10:15 – 10:30 , 15:00 -15:30

0730 - 0830 Continental Breakfast
0830 - 1200

Photonics and EO
(8:30 - 12:00)
Ballroom

Radar, Tomography and RF Sensing (8:30-12:00)
Auditorium

Deep Learning, Artificial Intelligence and Cyber Security (8:30-12:00)
Kitty Hawk

1200 - 1315
Keynote Luncheon - (Ballroom)
Keynote Speaker: John L. Volakis, "
Ultra-Wideband Arrays with Low Cost Beamforming Back-Ends"
1315 - 1745 Photonics and EO
(13:15 - 15:15)
Ballroom

Algorithms for Tracking and Surveillance (13:15-16:10)
Auditorium

Deep Learning, Artificial Intelligence and Cyber Security (13:15-15:15)
Kitty Hawk
1800 - 2100

NAECON BANQUET (6:00pm – 9:00pm) Ballroom
Banquet Speaker: Daniel Both, Former Technical Director of Trusted Foundry Program
“50 Years of Trusted Microelectronics for the DoD and IC”

Day 4 – Friday, June 30, 2017 Coffee Breaks: 10:00 – 10:15 , 15:15 -15:30

0730 - 0830 Continental Breakfast
0830 - 0915

Plenary 4:
Captain JT Elder, Commander of the Naval Surface Warfare Center, Crane, Indiana
"Globalization of MicroElectronics"

(Ballroom)

0915 - 1000 Plenary 5:
Representative Rick Perales
(Ballroom)
1015 - 1130 Dr. Rob Williams, Discovery Lab Global (Ballroom)
1130 - 1315

Women in Engineering Panel
"STEM-M, Fostering the Next Generation of Women Engineers,
Mathematicians and Scientists"

(Ballroom) (Buffet Lunch)

1315 - 1530 Networking for industry/
Poster Session (Judging/Awards)

(South & Kitty Hawk Corridors/Ballroom Foyer)
1530 - 1600 Closing NAECON 2017 with best poster paper awards (Ballroom)

 

 

 

 

 
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