Technologies for Secure Spectrum Access
from DC to Light
Monday, 20 March, 2017
|Trusted Suppliers Industry Session
Monday, 20 March 2017, 8:30am - 5:00pm
Grand Sierra Resort, Reno, NV, Grand Ballroom
Harry Kellzi, Teledyne
The 8th Trusted Supplier Industry Day at GOMACTech 2017 is shaping up to be an interesting event! We start with a keynote by Scott Howitt, Senior VP and CISO for MGM Resorts, that will introduce supply chain security measures used in the casino industry. The gaming (or casino) industry has long been a leader in product integrity and supply chain security efforts but has only recently shared their mitigation approaches outside their industry. We look forward to hearing new perspectives from Mr. Howitt.
Much of the day will be scheduled to hear the final reports from the NDIA Trusted Microelectronics Joint Working Group (TM JWG). This group, consisting of four teams and 78 participants from government and industry, has been working since last May to address the microelectronics issues that could impact the Department of Defense’s ability to sustain its military technical advantage. You can learn more about the TM JWG here: http://www.ndia.org/divisions/working-groups/tmejwg
Following the TM JWG reports, panelists from government and industry will put the teams’ findings into a broader context by discussing how this work can be used to develop trusted and trustable microelectronics strategies for critical government systems.
This industry day is organized by the Trusted Suppliers Steering Group and Harry Kellzi from Teledyne will be moderating the event. Please join us for our eighth Industry Day and stay up-to-date on trusted microelectronics initiatives!
|New event for 2017: Networking Reception
Sunday, 19 March 2017, 6:00PM-8:00PM
We are pleased to introduce the Trusted Suppliers Industry Networking Reception on Sunday evening. Please come and join us for some food and drinks (2 drink tickets included), meet your industry peers and friends, just have some good time prior to Monday’s full agenda conference.
All GOMACtech 2017 registrants are invited to this Sunday evening reception event.
|Introduction to Superconducting Electronics
Monday, 20 March 2017, 1:00pm - 5:00pm
Grand Sierra Resort, Reno, NV, Grand Ballroom
Barry Treloar, Department of Defense
This tutorial will introduce basic principles of Superconducting Electronics to include some of the physics, and applications to provide the audience with enough background to better understand the Superconducting Technologies session later in this conference.
|The GOMACTech-17 Committee is pleased to announce our distinguished Keynote and Kilby Speakers:|
|Keynote Address (Tuesday, 21 March, 8:30am – 9:45am)
The Secret of Success: Roadmap, Research, Prototyping and Manufacturing
Paolo A. Gargini, Chairman IRDS, IEEE Fellow, JSAP Fellow Former: Director of Technology Strategy and
Most problems, inflection points and possible solutions enabling the success of the Electronic Industry were identified for the past 20 years by means of a 15-year roadmap spanning form basic process steps to devices and systems. This was the function of ITRS until 2015 and it is now the function of IRDS. Focused research on possible solutions conducted for the subsequent 10 years by universities and national laboratories consistently identified the most viable solutions. Within a 5-year time span industrial type consortia built prototypes that allowed selection of the winning solutions. Leading IDM, Foundries and System Companies quickly and reliably inserted these solutions into manufacturing. This was the secret of success for the past 20 years but so much has changed nowadays! Can this type of formula still apply in the future or should it be modified and how? Come, listen to the secret and learn how to be an integral part of future successes.
|Jack S. Kilby Lecture Series (Tuesday, 21 March, 10:15am – 11:45am)
Mr. Fredrick D. Moorfield, Director, Spectrum Policy & International Engagement, Office of the Department of Defense Chief Information Officer “OSD Spectrum Policy Perspective”
Dr. Preston F. Marshall, Engineering Director responsible for Spectrum Access technology, Google Access "Government and Industry Cooperation to Provide Meaningful and High Assurance Spectrum Sharing"
Mr. G. Van Andrews, Sr. Director of Advanced RF Programs, Raytheon Space and Airborne Systems, Advanced Concepts and Technology Division “Spectral Access: A Raytheon Perspective”
|Information on Wednesday Evening Social:
|Wednesday, 22 March, 7:00pm – 10:00pm
Nevada Museum of Art
|Wednesday Evening features the conference banquet, which will be held at the Nevada Museum of Art. The event will begin with a reception and dinner upstairs in the Sky Room.
Following dinner, guests are free to enjoy the galleries on the second and third floors of the Museum.
Tickets will cost $50 for Adults and $15 for Children. Buses will leave the Grand Sierra Resort Lobby at 6:30pm, and will return from the Museum beginning at 9:30pm.