Challenges in Visualizing Network Enabled Capability
Wednesday 08th April, 2009
Integrated System Technologies (Insyte)
7 High Street
The move towards Network Enabled Capability (NEC) by the UK Ministry of Defence is designed to achieve enhanced [military] effect through the physical networking and coherent integration of existing and future resources including sensors, weapon systems, support services, and decision makers. This will achieve greater agility in the prosecution of military operations through the dynamic integration of services to form systems of systems. The paradigm shift from traditional platform-centric operations to network-enabled operations poses significant challenges for the engineering communities responsible for delivering systems for NEC.
The principal aim of the workshop is to bring together academia and industry to discuss and present ideas on developments in the field of visualization and how this may relate to NEC.
|09:00-09:25||Registration & Refreshments|
|09:25-09:30||Dr. John K. Davies, House Keeping & Introduction|
|Session Chair: Dr. Duncan Russell, University of Leeds|
|09:30-10:30||Keynote: Professor Robert Spence, Imperial College
|10:30-11:00||Dr. Matthew D. Cooper, University of Linköping
|11:15-11:45||Dr. David Duke, University of Leeds|
|11:45-12:30||Dr. Peter Tuson, Insyte|
|Session Chair: Dr. Lu Liu, University of Leeds|
|13:15-13:45||Dr. Jeremy Walton, The Numerical Algorithms Group Ltd.
|13:45-14:15||Dr. Duncan J. Russell, University of Leeds|
||14:30-15:00||Ben Barnes, Insyte
|16:00-16:30||Open Discussion: Challenges in Visualizing Network Enabled Capability|
The event is free to attend. However, registration is necessary as places are strictly limited and security clearance is required for all non-UK citizens. As a result of the security clearance process, registration will close on Friday 03rd April for all non-UK citizens.
For further Information please contact:
Dr. Colin C. Venters
Distributed Systems & Services Group
School of Computing
University of Leeds
Tel: +44 (0)113-343-5876
Fax: +44 (0)113-343-5468