(Event 3170) Physics-Based Modeling In Design & Development for U.S. Defense Conference

The goal of the conference on Physics-based Modeling in Design & Development for U.S. Defense is to facilitate design innovation to improve DoD acquisition by speeding adoption of advanced models and tools by the U.S. defense government/industry complex to reduce acquisition time, cost and risk and improve system performance.  The conference will build a community of interest in this area by bringing together the practitioners engaged in developing, deploying and utilizing these types of models and tools to allow them to discuss and share their progress and lessons learned in these areas.  The topics of interest include:

  • Methods for development, deployment and support of multiphysics-based application software for defense systems
  • Applications of multiphysics-based software for design and analysis of defense systems for all stages of acquisition
  • Software engineering practices for the development and deployment of these tools
  • Systems engineering approaches that utilize these tools to reduce acquisition time, cost, and risk
  • Conceptual design and design optimization using multiphysics-based computational tools
  • Using these tools to improve test and evaluation effectiveness and efficiency
  • Methods for generating weapon system geometries and meshes for design and analysis

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Relevant Government Agencies

Air Force, Army, Navy & Marine Corps, Intelligence Agencies, DOD & Military, Office of the President (includes OMB), Dept of Homeland Security, Dept of State, Dept of Transportation, Coast Guard, Census Bureau, USAID

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Mon-Thu, Nov 5-8, 2012

Hyatt Regency Tech Center
7800 East Tufts Ave
Denver, CO 80237
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