Technical Sessions – Presentations Now Available!
This year's Symposium & Workshop offered a comprehensive technical program featuring 15 technical sessions and four short courses. Following the Plenary Session on Tuesday, technical sessions highlighted research and innovative technologies that assist the Department of Defense (DoD) in addressing increasingly complex environmental challenges.
Speaker presentations are now available for each session via the links below. For more information about each session, click the session number to view a brief description, detailed agenda, and corresponding abstracts and presentations.
2011 Technical Sessions
- Session 1A – Role of Fire in the Carbon Cycle under Climate Change
- Session 1B – National and International Regulatory Impacts on DoD Operations: Refining the Goals of DoD’s Strategic Plan for ‘REACH’
- Session 1C – Energy Management and Technologies for DoD Buildings
- Session 1D – Improving Our Understanding of the Impact of Contaminants Stored in Low Permeability Zones
- Session 2A – Challenges to Military Readiness Posed by Climate Change
- Session 2B – Classification Applied to Munitions Response – Development
- Session 2C – Impact of Particulate Emissions from Gas Turbine Powered Aircraft
- Session 2D – Incorporating Innovative Technologies to Meet DoD Restoration Goals from Remedy in Place to Response Complete
- Session 3A – Next Generation Energetic Materials – Striking a Balance between Performance, Insensitivity, and Environmental Sustainability
- Session 3B – Classification Applied to Munitions Response – Production Applications
- Session 3C – Renewable Energy on DoD Installations
- Session 3D – Environmental Molecular Diagnostic Tools: Innovations and Applications
Next Year’s Event
The 2012 Symposium & Workshop will be held November 27-29 in Washington, D.C. at the Washington Hilton. Watch the SERDP and ESTCP site (www.serdp-estcp.org) for further details.
The Program Guide for the 2011 event contains the full agenda as well as abstracts for presentations and exhibitors.
A final Attendee List for the 2011 Symposium & Workshop has been e-mailed to attendees.
Funding Opportunities Briefing
This "how to play" briefing given at the Symposium by SERDP and ESTCP’s Executive Director provides information about new opportunities to conduct research and technology demonstrations and the proposal submittal process.
If you have any questions or comments about the Symposium, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call the contact line at 703-736-4548.