The workshop focused on three strategic areas for the Department of Defense.
Scott Miller, Director of Strategic Programs, NextFlex06.28.19
NextFlex held its latest workshop entitled, “FHE for Defense Applications,” at Lockheed Martin’s Global Vision Center in Arlington, VA, June 12-13.
Attended by 102 industry, academia, and government partners, the workshop focused on three strategic areas for the Department of Defense: Microelectronics Assembly and Packaging, Missiles and Munitions, and Command, Control, Communications, and High-power RF. Each of these areas was addressed by subject matter experts who presented state of the art views on requirements, technology development, manufacturability, and reliability from the perspective of DoD, industry, and academic ecosystem partners.
(L to R): Mark Gordon, NextFlex liaison to OSD/ManTech, Manufacturing Strategies, Inc; Giorgio Bazzan, NextFlex government CTO, AFRL; Robert Gold, director, technology and manufacturing Industrial Base, Office of the Undersecretary of Defense for Research and Engineering; and Eric Forsythe, NextFlex prog
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