WG3 Military Technology
This does not reflect the final program for the conference.
Abstracts from the 2018 conference are now posted under past conferences.
João Vieira Caetano, Diogo Duarte, Teresa Cabral, Unmanned Aircraft Systems Risk Assessment – A New Approach
Juha Mattila, Simon Parkinson, Opportunities and Constraints in Applying Artificial Intelligence in Military Enterprise
António Carlos dos Santos Ferreira, Vulnerability Analysis in Critical Infrastructures: A Methodology
Kalle Saastamoinen, Antti Rissanen, Description of a Modern Digitalized and Co-Operated Border Control Environment at Airport
William S Andrews, A Technical Examination of The Main Armament of The French Char B1 Bis Tank, The Best Armed Series-Produced Tank in Service in 1939
Tomáš Binar, Interdisciplinary Assessment of Environmental Impact on Aircraft/Aviation
Paweł Maciejewski, Małgorzata Gawlik-Kobylińska, Jacek Lebiedź,
Virtual Training to Survive in CBRN Environment
Tomáš Binar, Impacts of Simulated Climate Change on Tatra 6x6 VVN Vehicle Engine Function Parts
Frank-Michael Adam, The Possible Use of UCAV’s in The Namibian Navy
Lantto, H., Huopio, S., Åkesson, B., Nikkarila, J-P., Suojanen, M., Ristolainen, M., Tuukkanen, T., Wargaming The Cyber Resilience of Structurally and Technologically Different Networks
Discussion of advanced degrees for military science and technology
Round tables can take any form that is useful to the participants in the working group, and will be organized at the discretion of the working group chair. Chairs may also decide to forego the roundtable option in order to allow participation in other panels.
While the traditional panel involves presentations followed by questions and answers, a roundtable will normally be more interactive, and involve the audience as well as the people on the roundtable, in a free-flowing discussion like a seminar.