57th Annual Fuze Conference

"Collaboration for Fuzing Challenges"

29 - 31 July 2014

Newark, NJ


Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Session II - U.S. Government Science, Technology and Acquisition Overview

Army S&T and Acquisition Strategy

Navy S&T and Acquisition Strategy

Joint Fuze Technology Program (JFTP)

AMRDEC Fuzing Activities

Concurrent Sessions

Session IIIA

  • 16673 - Micromachined High Density Embedded Capacitor Technologies for Energy Storage Applications, Dr. Thomas Baginski, Auburn University
  • 16522 - Small, High Specific Energy Power Sources for Medium Caliber Fuzes, Mr. Harald Wich, Diehl & Eagle Picher GmbH
  • 16715 - HNS IV Powder Characterization to the Updated AOP-7, Mr. Steven Fisher, Excelitas Technologies
  • 16521 - Future Electronic Fuzing for Enhanced Effects, Mr. Harald Wich, Diehl & Eagle Picher GmbH
  • 16689 - A Study to Reduce the Arm Time Variation in the M549A1 and M550 Escapements, Ms. Melissa Rhode, US Army ARDEC
  • 16665 - Safety Evaluation of Digital Post-Release Environmental Sensor Data Interface for Distributed Fuzing Systems according to SAE AS5716A, Mr. Stefan Ebenhoech, Fraunhofer Institute for High-Speed Dynamics, EMI
  • 16765 - Stand Alone Self-Powered Sensor/Fuze for Safety Systems Activation in an Explosive Blast Event, Mr. Ronald Lundgren, HA Consulting
  • 16770 - Integration of Safety, Arming & Ignition Units for Warheads/Flight Motors, Mr. Laurie Turner, Thales Missile Electronics
  • 16769 - UK MOD Fuzing Policy, Mr. John Farbrother, DOSG - UK MOD
  • 16735 - Technology of Ballistic Parameter Measurement for high Dynamic Flying Fuze, Mr. Yanning Gui, 212th Research Institute, China North Industries


Thursday, July 31, 2014

Concurrent Sessions

Session IVA

  • 16691 - Methodology for Determining Insensitive Explosive Material Compatibility, Mr. Jason Sweterlitsch, US ARMY ARDEC
  • 16759 - Requirements for WH Scalable Output Fuzing, Mr. Hans-Dieter Ackermann, TDW
  • 16725 - Fuzing in an Optimized, High Speed, Penetrating Ordinance, Mr. George Jolly, III, AFRL/RWMF
  • 16758 - Simplified Approach to Defeat of Buried Targets, Mr. Christian Euba, TDW
  • 16760 - Maturation of Next Generation Laser Proximity Fuze Technology, Mr. Mick Timoney, Thales Missile Electronics
  • 16651 - A Successful Framework for Rapid Development, Safety and Reuse, Mr. Tony Ponko, Lockheed Martin
  • 16717 - Flash-PLD Related Hazards for Fuzes, Mr. Michael Demmick, NAVSEA
  • 16731 - New solutions for S&A and Firing Functions in Modern Fuzes, Mr. Max Perrin, Junghans Microtec
  • 16734 - Advantages of Analog Signal Processing over FPGA and DSP in Fuzing, Mr. Douglas Cox, Mixed Signal Integration Corp.