The Warm-Up Band
From November 2021 – through August 2022 the Chapter will host a mini-series of topics and presenters to lay the groundwork for their presentation at the Main Event – The ITEA Annual T&E Symposium. These presentations will be a glimpse into what to expect when you attend the Symposium in September.
Topic: Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning: How to Test the Trust Worthiness & Human System Integration?
Facilitator: Daniel Porter (IDA)
Presenters: Dr. Sandra Hobson, OSD-DOT&E PTDO PDD; Dr. Laura Freeman, Director of the Hume Center for National Security and Technology’s Intelligent Systems Lab, VA Tech; Dr. Jane Pinelis, Chief, Test and Evaluation, DoD Joint Artificial Intelligence Center; Rory Quinn, Branch Head, Adaptive Threat Force Branch, Marine Corps Warfighting Laboratory (NSIN Venture Community)
Topic: Accelerating T&E for Hypersonics
Facilitator: Chris Short, Booz Allen Hamilton
Shawn Kennedy, Executing Agent, TRMC T&E/S&T Program – Advanced Instrumentation Systems Technology (AIST) Naval Undersea Warfare Center (NUWC)
Laura Crowley, DeputyExecuting Agent, TRMC T&E/S&T Program – Advanced Instrumentation Systems Technology (AIST) Test Technology Area (TTA), Naval Undersea Warfare Center
Lt Gen. Chris Bogdon, USAF (Ret) Senior Vice President, Booz Allen Hamilton
Brooke Pyne, Director, S2MARTS, NSTXL
Martin Swany, Indiana University/IN3 (NSIN Venture Community)
Topic: Digital Twin in Test & Evaluation
Sankaran Mahadevan, PhD, Vanderbilt University (National Security Innovation (NSIN) Partner)
Jim Leathrum, PhD,
Topic: Space Technology
James Reilly, PhD,
Daniel Millman, PhD,
Topic: Challenges in Cyber T&E
Robin Poston, PhD,
James Wells, Director of Test and Evaluation for the Department of Homeland Security
Garfield Jones, PhD
Daniel Charlebois, PhD
For a complete list of ALL upcoming webinars, workshops, & conferences visit our Event Calendar.
01 - 01 Jan 2023
11:00 am - 11:00 am
The Main Event39th International T&E Symposium | September 27-30, 2022 | Virginia Beach, VA
Theme: Forging the 21st Century T&E Tools in an Era of Great Power Competition
The current Global Power Competition (GPC) climate can pose a change to the acquisition and fielding process of most systems. It is important to understand the 21st Century T&E Tools to improve testing to meet the GPC demand. Join us as we ask the tough questions and gain the answer to: How will the military budget, DoD, DHS, and Commercial Industry adjust in a time of risk and change? And learn if your organization is ready.