21st Annual Science & Engineering Technology Conference

April 15, 2020 - April 17, 2020

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Hosted By: NDIA

Location: Miami, FL

For the 21st year in a row, the Annual Science & Engineering Technology Conference will bring industry, government, and academia together to explore and discuss scientific and technological advances that directly affect our Warfighters’ military advantage.
This year, conference attendees will have unique opportunities to review challenges to defense technology and encourage technology transfer within the defense community. Throughout the event, collaboration and discussion will promote the modernization of programs and capabilities that ultimately foster the safety and security of our nation.
On the third day of the conference, there will be sessions held at the SECRET//NOFORN classification level that allow for more in-depth conversations about current threats to our national security and the strategic science and engineering technology (S&ET)-related plans to mitigate them.
*Please note: The final day of the conference is classified and will take place at the U.S. South Command Headquarters. The unclassified portions of this event are open to the press.
Network with leaders from the S&ET community and the U.S. Department of Defense
Develop the essential role of science and engineering within the future of warfare
Contribute to the theoretical and practical development of innovative technologies
Explore dynamic exhibits that feature forthcoming technologies
Participate in collaborative conversations within both classified and unclassified settings

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