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2002 Naval-Industry R&D Partnership Conference
Tuesday, August 13, 2002 and Wednesday, August 14, 2002
Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center
The 2002 Naval-Industry R&D Partnership Conference continues the Discovery to Deployment Process with a goal of leveraging government/industry/academia partnerships to expand the pool of technologies available to naval systems and to reduce the time to technology insertion.
Speakers from government, industry, and academia will address results of existing initiatives, defense transformation, technology needs of naval systems, naval transformational technologies, and the fleet perspective. Luncheon keynotes will address the radical change in the Discovery to Deployment Process brought about by the events of 9/11.
The eighteen workshops will allow participants to examine topics relevant to developing and sustaining beneficial partnerships. Topics include the naval transformational technologies, Team Tango (the U.S. Science and Technology response to 9/11), and the national nano-technology initiative.
Opportunities for conference participants to meet one-on-one with representatives of government, industry, and the venture capital community.
Features 100 of the Navy’s best technologies
Pre-Conference Business War Game Opportunity to participate in a business war game that addresses key technologies for port security.
Who Should Attend:
Everybody interested in doing business with the United States Navy, technologists, engineers, sales and marketing professionals, business development and research and development folks, university researchers with an entrepreneurial streak, innovative/creative business owners.
Name: Lore-Anne Ponirakis