2017 National Space & Missile Materials Symposium (NSMMS) and 2017 Commercial and Government Responsive Access to Space Technology Exchange (CRASTE)

Country: USA

City: Indian Wells, California

Abstr. due: 26.05.2017

Dates: 26.06.17 — 29.06.17

Area Of Sciences: Earth sciences;

Organizing comittee e-mail: sjohnson@blue52productions.com

Organizers: Blue52 Productions LLC


You are invited to participate in both the 2017 National Space & Missile Materials Symposium (NSMMS) and the 2017 Commercial and Government Responsive Access to Space Technology Exchange (CRASTE) from 26 -29 June, 2017 in Indian Wells, California. These co-located conferences continue their outstanding legacy in bringing together technologists, users, and decision makers from across the nation to discuss key technology issues related to space, missile, hypersonic systems, and a variety of ground-breaking commercial space topics necessary for our Country's defense and research and development pursuits.

The NSMMS focuses on the materials industry needs and advances in order to enable new capabilities for challenges associated with new and future space and missile systems. A special focus is given to advanced materials technology development as it is crucial to the improved performance and reliability of both defense and commercial systems.

CRASTE's focus is on matching system integrators with subsystem technology providers to enable new responsive space access capabilities. Special focus is given to the integration of emerging technologies and emerging space access architectures to satisfy new and existing markets.

Submitted poster abstracts must be unclassified and should be no more than 300 words long. Please be sure to include the title of your abstract in the body of the submission (the title does not count against the 300 word count). (PLEASE DO NOT WAIT FOR NOTIFICATION TO SUBMIT A TRAVEL REQUEST WITHIN YOUR ORGANIZATION. START THAT PROCESS NOW.) Final presentations, and optional papers for the proceedings, will be due 26 May 2017. This event is conducted at the ITAR level and therefore presentations given at the Symposium do not need to be cleared for public release. However, presentations and papers should not contain proprietary information and may not be more restrictive than Distribution C (Distribution authorized to U.S. Government Agencies and their Contractors). All abstracts should fall into one or more of the described topics below. Please note, presentation of an abstract does not waive any applicable registration fees.

Conference Web-Site: https://www.usasymposium.com/space/cfa.php