3rd ACDT 2017 : The 3rd Asian Conference on Defence Technology
Call For Papers
The 3rd Asian Conference on Defence Technology
18th to 20th January 2017
Call For Paper: 3rd ACDT (ACDT2017) will be held in Phuket, Thailand on 18-20 January 2017.
Accepted and presented papers will be published in Conference Proceedings and submitted to IEEEXplore.
Selected papers will be publish in Defence Technology, Elsevier Journal
October 16, 2016 : Paper Submission
November 16, 2016 : Acceptance Notification
December 18, 2016 : Camera-Ready Submission
December 25, 2016 : Early Registration
January 18 – 20, 2017 : 3rd ACDT Conference
Web address: http://www.acdt2017.com
Sponsored by: Defence Technology Association
**Topics of Interest**
The 3rd ACDT seeks original contributions in, but not limited to, the following tracks topical areas:
Computer Science and ICT
Electronic warfare; Cyber warfare and information; Command, Control and Communications; Modelling and simulation;Information and Communications Technology; Security, surveillance and reconnaissance; IT management; Ad hoc, mesh, sensor networks; Cognitive network applications; Cooperative diversity and physical layer network coding; Cross-genre networks; Disruption-tolerant networks; Hybrid optical/RF networks; Mobility management; Next-generation wireless networks; Optical networks; Personal area and body area networks; Protocols: MAC, link-layer, network, transport; Scalability of RF networks, Network control; Smart Technology; Smart grid; Smart home; Smart country; Smart defence technology; Smart military base; Smart sensors.
Mechanics and Aerospace
Military vehicle design; Vehicle performance and survivability; Platform structural design and analysis; Dynamics and controls; Acoustics; Materials and processing; Heat transfers; Weapon system design; Vehicle verification and validation; Flight tests; Aircraft design; Platform aerodynamics; Guidance and navigation; System identification; Simulations; Hardware-in-the-loop simulations; User training; Explosions; Blasting; Warhead lethality; Armors and protection; Shaped charge; Fragmentation.
Chemistry and Explosives
Radiological and nuclear (CBRN); Modeling and simulation; Chemistry and materials for defence; Explosive and energetic materials; Explosive detection; Combustion and propulsion; Anti-biological weapons. Chemical and gas sensors; Fluidic and biosensors.
Electromagnetics; Radio; Semiconductors and material technology; Mixed signal; High voltage technology; Control systems; Measurement technology; Power electronics and power drives; Power system reliability; Embedded systems; High power electromagnetics; Ultra wideband and short pulse electromagnetics; Electromagnetic compatibility; Electromagnetic effects; Internet of Things; Micro Electro Mechanical Systems; Mechatronics; Communication Systems; DC/DC and AC/DC Converters; Electrical machines; Wireless technologies; Optical sensors; Physical sensors; Sensor networks; Sensor applications; Sensor fusion; Wired and wireless sensors systems; Radar technologies; Surveillance technologies; Radar networking; Cognitive radars; Passive radar; Ground based, shipborne, airborne, and space based radars; Synthetic aperture radars.
Other applications related to defence technology include: Target coverage and weapon effectiveness; Management in weapon system development; Applications of defence technology for noncombatant operations; Disaster relief; Peace keeping and humanitarian assistance; Defence acquisition; Anti-terrorism; Technology in counter-drug operations; Risk analysis; Safe city; Fuel cells; Renewable energy.