Event Proceedings
2012 DE Systems Symposium

The items listed below constitute the proceedings from the 2012 Directed Energy Systems Symposium.
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Unless otherwise noted, presentations only are included for each entry.

Attendees List

Symposium Proceedings
Note: Only unclassified, public release presentations are included in these proceedings. Some limited distribution and classified presentations are available through AFRL Directed Energy Engineering and Analysis Center. Please see the listing of our Limited Distribution Proceedings.

Symposium Joint Session Proceedings

Opening Plenary
Changing the Game The Promise of Directed Energy Weapons
Mr. Mark Gunzinger, Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessment (CSBA)

Student Session
Helicon Plasma Production (Paper included)
Stephen Nolan, CGAPL (Physics) U.S. Coast Guard Academy
Pre-Stage Magnetic Coil to Enhance Helicon Mode Excitation on a Small Helicon Plasma Experiment (HPX) (Paper included)
Carter Schlank, CGAPL (Physics) U.S. Coast Guard Academy
A Numerical Model of Laser Damage Effects on Quasi-Isotropic Sandwich Structures (Paper included)
Andrew Tresansky, United States Naval Academy
High Energy Laser as a Competitive Defense Against Rockets, Artillery, Mortars and UAV's
Jeffrey Gorn, United States Military Academy
Control of Platform Induced Jitter for the Multiple Beam Directed Energy System
Zachary Patrick, United States Naval Academy
An Adaptive Infinity Control Algorithm for Jitter Control and Target Tracking in a Directed Energy Application
Shane Moran, United States Naval Academy

Joint Session Modeling & Simulation Conference and RF DE Weapons Workshop
A New Method for Calculating Adsorption Probabilities for High-Power Microwave Applications
Brook Bentley, Air Force Institute of Technology

Poster Session
Disturbance of Soliton Pulse Propagation from Higher-Order Dispersion (Paper included)
Matthew Marko, NAWCAD

DE Modeling and Simulation Conference

System, Engagement, and Mission Assessment
Addressing the Challenges in High-Fidelity Physics-Based Multidisciplinary HEL Modeling
Robert Praus, MZA Associates Corporation
An Integrated Environment for Model-Based Engineering of Laser Weapons Systems - Recent Progress
Steve Coy, Timelike Systems LLC

M&S Wargaming
Experimental Validation of the Photostress Recovery Model (PREMO) (Paper included).
Peter Smith, TASC Inc

Employment of DEW Conference

HEL Employment Considerations
On the Probability of Hitting a Spacecraft During a Laser Counter-Artillery Engagement
Roger Burk, US Military Academy

HEL Lethality Conference

Material Interaction / High Fidelity Modeling
Study of Transient Evaporation During High Energy Laser Interaction (Paper included)
Brian Taylor, Penn State University

Test Facilities, Instrumentation, Diagnostics and Techniques
Facility Modifications at the Aerodynamic & Propulsion Test Unit in Support of Directed Energy Laser Lethality Ground Testing
Alexander Hausman, Air Force / AEDC

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