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Electronic Warfare 2013
Controlling the Spectrum: The Latest EW Technologies, Plans, and Systems

18 March, 2013 - 20 March, 2013, Alexandria, VA, United States

As military operations are increasingly executed in an information environment, such operations also become increasingly complicated by the electromagnetic spectrum (EMS); as such, there is now a strongly recognized need for military forces to have unimpeded access to and use of the EMS, creating an environment in which Electronic Warfare (EW) is necessary in support of military operations.

Electronic Warfare Summit is set to address and dissect these, covering the current state of electronic warfare and the future that lies ahead. The Summit will encompass everything from EW, cyber and information operations convergence, to the EA-18G Growler’s integration and capabilities. Join us for the opportunity to learn of the latest programs and emerging initiatives, as well as cutting edge technology – all from the industry’s pioneering experts and the leading officials across services.

In-depth discussions will:

  • Reveal challenges in implementing future electronic warfare systems
  • Address the impact of emerging electronic warfare missions on future needs and capabilities
  • Explore how cyber, information and EW operational needs and capabilities are converging
  • Cover the latest Electronic Warfare technologies, plans, and systems

Who You Will Meet:

  • Air Force Electronic Warfare Center
  • Fleet Electronic Warfare Center
  • Naval Surface Warfare Center Crane Division
  • Joint Innovation and Technology Transition Center
  • Office of Naval Research
  • Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command
  • Air Force National Laboratory
  • Communications-Electronics Research, Development and Engineering Center
  • Army Research Lab
  • Asymmetric Warfare Group
  • Fleet Readiness & Logistics
  • Air Mobility Command
  • Joint Air Dominance Organization
  • UXO Center of Excellence

Venue & Accommodation

Crowne Plaza Old Town Alexandria
901 N. Fairfax Drive, Alexandria, Virginia
22314, United States
Phone: 703-683-6000

Rich history meets modern convenience at the Crowne Plaza Old Town Alexandria. Our personal brand of style and service is as distinctive as this Virginia city itself. Explore the haunts of our founding fathers and delight in architecture from the 18th and 19th centuries. Immerse yourself in this charming city on the Potomac River or use our hotel as your home base for exploring all that the nearby Nation's Capital has to offer.

Group Rates:  $149 plus 11.5% plus $1 per night

Please identify you are part of the IDGA group to ensure the special rate. Rate is available three days pre- and post-event, based on availability. Please make your reservation before February 25, 2013 in order to ensure you are eligible for the group rate, based on availability.

Reservations Telephone: 877-227-6963

The summit agenda is available as PDF under downloads.


  • Frank Konieczny, Chief Technology Officer, Office of Information Dominance and CIO, USAF
  • Colonel Joseph Dupont, Project Manager, Electronic Warfare, PEO Intelligence, Electronic Warfare, and Sensors, US Army
  • Colonel Gregory Patschke, Director, Joint Electromagnetic Preparedness for Advanced Combat (JEPAC), USSTRATCOM, USAF
  • Erika White, Director, Joint Electronic Warfare Missions Office, Naval Surfarce Warfare Center
  • Major Timothy Davis, Department Head, Airborne Electronic Attack Project Office, VX-23 Air Test and Evaluation Squadron 23, USMC
  • Captain Beau Duarte, Deputy Program Manager, Spectrum Dominance, F/A-18 & E/A-18G Program Office, USN
  • CDR David Edgarton, Commander, OPNAV N2/N6F32, USN
  • Tom McDermott, Director, Research, Georgia Tech Research Institute
  • Dr. Agis Iliadis, Director, Semiconductor Nanotechnology Research Laboratory, University of Maryland
  • Dr. John Luginsland, Program Manager, Electro-Energetic & Plasma Physiscs, Air Force Office of Scientific Research (AFOSR)
  • Dr. Mark Smith, Interim Chief Scientist, Sensors & Electromagnetic Applications Laboratory, Georgia Tech Research Institute
  • Dr. Ergun Simsek, Professor, School of Engineering and Applied Science, George Washington University


Event details

18 March, 2013
20 March, 2013
Crowne Plaza Old Town Alexandria
United States


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