6th Annual Disruptive Technologies Conference

"Capability Widening & Adapting to a Global Tech Base"

14 - 15 October 2009

Washington, DC


Wednesday, October 14, 2009

DDR&E Imperatives, How Industry Can Help

Government CTO Panel: Technology Opportunities and Challenges

Capability Gap Changing Surprises - Avoidance and Exploitation

  • Dr. Don Wyma, Director for Scientific & Technical Intelligence Analysis Office of the Under Secretary of Defense (Intelligence)

Track I: Cyber Network Assurance: Operations - Defense/Attack

  • Developing Security Architectures Using Protected Core Networking Concepts: Mr. Dennis McCallam, Principal Architect, Security, Northrop Grumman
  • Cyber Warfare-Going on the Offense: Mr. John Kimmins, Executive Director/Fellow, Telecordia Technologies, Inc.

Track II: Mobility and Terrain/Sea Control: Energy, Power Supply, Propulsion
***This session will be held at the unclassified level.

  • New Packaging as a Clutter Reduction Method: Mr. Keith Donaldson, VP Technology, Liberty Packaging Co.,Inc.
  • The Cyclone Engine and its Application to Powering Manned and Unmanned Vehicles or as an Auxiliary Power Unit (Unclassified): Dr. Phillip Myers, President, Advent Power Systems
  • Real-time 3D Data Gathering, Visualization and Data Fusion from Manned/Unmanned Platforms: Mr. Chris Brown, Business Development Manager, Autonomous Solutions, Inc.

Track III: Cloud Computing, Data Services, Social Networks

  • The Business Case for a Public-Private Sector Partnership in High Performance Computing: Dr. Roger Werne, Deputy Director - Industrial Partnerships, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
  • Super Enpowered Individuals: Mr. William Coffey, Director, The Telesti Group
  • Open Architecture (OA) is Business Change: Mr. Michael McCrave, Military System Engineer, Alion Science and Technology

Track IV: ISR-SEE, Act Decide

  • Miniaturized, Modular, High Resolution X-Ray Backscatter Imaging as a Blue Force Enhancer: Mr. William Baukus, Director, Technology Development, American Science and Engineering, Inc.
  • Counterspace Capabilities Using Small Satellites: Bridging the Gap in Space Situational Awareness: Dr. Rick Mullikin, Business Development Manager, Lockheed Martin IS&GS


Thursday, October 15, 2009

Joint Capability Areas*
Track V

Track VI

Closing Panel: Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility (SCIF) Challenges and Solutions
***This session will be held at the unclassified level.
Moderator: Mr. Warren Amason, Senior Vice President, Grubb and Ellis
Panelist: Mr. Jason Phillippe, Director, Intelligence Programs and Operations, Copper River Information Technology