Hypersonic Defense is becoming a key issue for many governments around the world, especially with hypersonic weapons being threatened to be used in the battlefield. This makes the development of hypersonic defense systems pivotal.
The U.S. is leading the way amongst NATO members to develop hypersonic capabilities for offensive and defensive scenarios. The U.S. are leading the way with simulations, testing and understanding the glide path and strike opportunities.
During the 2-day Hypersonic Defence conference and exhibition we will look at the current ballistic missile defence capabilities of leading nations and the importance to fast track modernisation of the current systems. The event will also review the testing requirements, simulation and research of hypersonic warheads, international cooperation and public-private collaborations.
2022 Speakers Included:
- Brigadier General Paul Murray, Deputy Director of Operations, North American Aerospace Defense Command
- Colonel Erin Peterson, Acting Program Director for C2BMC, U.S. Missile Defense Agency
- Garrett Poe, Ph.D., Co-Founder, Executive Vice President of Technology, Blueshift
- Bogusz Madej, Integrated Air and Missile Defence Section, NATO
- Colonel Douglas Ralph, Program Manager – Army Hypersonics, Army Rapid Capabilities and Critical Technologies Office, U.S. Army
- Donald Godfrey, Global Director of Business Development for Aviation and Defense, SLM-Solutions
- Colonel Evangelos Tzikas, Director, Integrated Air and Missile Defence Centre of Excellence
- Jody Singer, Director, NASA Marshall Space Flight Center
- Steven Adler, Plasma Applications Development – Americas, Tekna
- Eric Bouchard, Senior Advisor, Product Line Manager – Systems, Tekna
- Dr. Eric Marineau, Program Officer, Hypersonic Aerodynamics, Office of Naval Research, U.S. Navy
- Dr. Thomas Karako, Senior Fellow, Director, Missile Defence Project, Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS)
- Professor Rodney Bowersox, Director, Texas A&M National Aerothermochemistry and Hypersonics Laboratory
- Phillip Ligrani, Eminent Scholar in Propulsion, Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, University of Alabama Huntsville, USA
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