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Inaugural Air Force Modeling & Simulation Summit Planned for April
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The Inaugural Department of the Air Force Modeling & Simulation Summit will take place 12 – 14 April 2022. The theme is Convergence of Effects Modeling, Simulation, & Analysis.
Mr. Richard Tempalski, Chief Modeling and Simulation Officer (CMSO) of The Department of the Air Force Chief Modeling & Simulation Office (DAF CMSO) has partnered with the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) Modeling & Simulation Senior Scientist, Dr. Craig Ewing to focus the Inaugural DAF M&S Summit on Convergence of Effects MS&A. Mr. Tempalski and Dr. Ewing will both be speaking at the 2022 Summit. Other speakers will be added to the website as confirmed.
Lines of Effort (LOE) Session Topics include: Digital Engineering, Command and Control, Human-Machine Teaming, Sensor Grid, Resilient Space, Effectors, War Fighter Integration, and M&S Techniques/Analyses.
If you would like to be considered to present at the Summit, you must submit an abstract. You may choose up to two sessions for which to have your abstract considered for presentation. Abstracts DUE NO LATER THAN Tuesday, 15 February 2022 by 1700 CT. Line of Effort (LOE) Chairs will review and down select submissions and all submitters will be notified of the status of their abstract for presentation by 15 March 2022.
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