Technical sessions will be offered throughout the week on topics of relevance to the DoD and national security. Topics will address multi-disciplinary approaches to advancing existing and emerging technology areas to serve the imperative national security interests of the United States. Abstracts will be announced late spring 2023.
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.
(No extensions will be given after this date)
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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:
If your abstract is selected for presentation at DMC 2023, you will be requested to submit presentation materials to ARCTOS in electronic format no later than November 20, 2023. Upon acceptance of your abstract, specific instructions for technical preparation will be provided. PLEASE NOTE: Only one author can be identified as the presenter and make the presentation.