These sessions/topics will focus on manufacturing technology for metals, electronics, composites, advanced manufacturing enterprise, energetics/munitions, bio-manufacturing/biomedical, and manufacturing readiness. With special topics on manufacturing institutes, cyber security, emerging innovative manufacturing sciences, technologies, and policies.
The audience of the conference is made up of government, industry, and academia, ranging from CEO-and Flag Officer/SES-level to working-level manufacturing-oriented engineers, scientists, business practice/policy makers and technology implementers, system designers, and representatives of the warfighters.
All submissions must comply with the following guidelines. Failure to observe these requirements may result in a rejection of the abstract.
When writing your abstract make sure you address key elements of your presentation.
In general, the abstract committee evaluates the abstracts on the following basis: