Online Main Day 2

11:45 - 12:00 Login into Webinar

12:00 - 12:30 Establishing a Persistent, Credible, and Sustainable Ballistic Missile Defense for Indo-Pacific Defense

Martin Lindsey, PhD - S&T Advisor, US Indo-Pacific Command
  • Initiatives to forward deploy the latest missile defense technologies to the Indo-Pacific
  • Technological needs to foster greater warning and detection of next-gen threats
  • Improvements to missile defense priorities to defend against hypersonic missiles
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Martin Lindsey, PhD

S&T Advisor
US Indo-Pacific Command

  • Academic and collaborative aims to spur defensive hypersonic knowledge
  • Guiding defense workforce to better graps defensive hypersonic immediate needs
  • What does the workforce get wrong about hypersonic?
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John Schmisseur, PhD

Professor, Mechanical, Aerospace, and Biomedical Engineering, H. H. Arnold Chair in Computational Fluid Dynamics
University of Tennessee

13:00 - 13:30 Afternoon Networking Break and Meeting Scheduling

13:30 - 14:00 ONR Foundational Research Supporting Defensive Hypersonic Efforts

Dr. Eric Marineau, PhD - Hypersonic Aerodynamics, Heat Transfer & Materials Program Officer, Office of Naval Research


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Dr. Eric Marineau, PhD

Hypersonic Aerodynamics, Heat Transfer & Materials Program Officer
Office of Naval Research

14:00 - 14:30 Traditional Heat Transfer and Fluid Mechanics Investigations for Defensive Hypersonic Activities

Philip Ligrani, PhD - Eminent Scholar in Propulsion, Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, University of Alabama at Huntsville
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Philip Ligrani, PhD

Eminent Scholar in Propulsion, Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
University of Alabama at Huntsville

14:30 - 15:00 Afternoon Networking Break and Meeting Scheduling

LLNL’s primary mission is to assure the safety and reliability of the U.S. nuclear stockpile. In the absence of nuclear weapons testing, LLNL accomplishes its stockpile stewardship mission using experimentally anchored, predictive multi-physics simulations of weapon system performance. We have adapted this approach to other high value national security missions using a Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) methodology as part of an overall Digital Engineering (DE) strategy. Predictive multi-physics simulations of unprecedented, first-of-a-kind, weapon systems serve as computational prototypes for proof of principle, engineering risk-reduction, and operational concept development activities. The experimental and computational foundations of LLNL’s MBSE capability relevant to Hypersonics are reviewed and applications to weapon systems development are discussed.

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James S. Stolken, PhD

Mission Analysis Program Element Leader, National Ignition Facility and Photon Sciences Directorate
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

15:30 - 16:00 Guiding Next-Gen Air and Missile Defense Concepts to Address the Evolved Range of Threats

RADM (R) Archer Macy - Former Commander & Director, USS Comte De Grasse; Naval Surface Warfare Center; JIAMDO; J8, Joint Staff
  • Understanding the multi-faceted threat issues facing next-generation air and missile defense capability
  • Misconceptions to be addressed to enable advanced defense across multiple domains 
  • Factors for combining existing elements of Air and Missile Defense systems to bolster hypersonic defense
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RADM (R) Archer Macy

Former Commander & Director
USS Comte De Grasse; Naval Surface Warfare Center; JIAMDO; J8, Joint Staff

  • Necessary next steps to enable advancement on defensive hypersonic capabilities
  • Sensor, effector, and command control requirements to meet to improve hypersonic defense capability
  • Building off of the current BMDS: near-term actions to facilitate next-generation capability
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Tom Karako

Senior Fellow, International Security Program and Director, Missile Defense Project
Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS

16:30 - 16:30 End of Online Summit

16:30 - 19:30 Continued Networking Opportunities