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About Submitting Your Abstract for 2017

The mission of this conference is to proactively address or prevent problems with safety, readiness, reliability and sustainment, within the tri-service turbine engine fleet, through the transition of existing and emerging technologies.

You are invited to submit an abstract for your proposed presentation. Submitted abstracts should address the current issues facing the services and industry with regard to this mission. Submission of abstracts to this focus are highly encouraged. The general rules for submitting abstracts are listed under the General Rules for Submission section below.

At the time of abstract submission, authors will be asked to certify that the submitted abstract is unclassified, non-proprietary and approved for public release and unlimited distribution.

Please make sure you read and understand the rules before submission.

 

Submitted Abstracts Should Focus on One of the Subject Areas Below:

The 2017 Topics
Additive Manufacturing
Coating Durability
Digital Twin/Digital Thread
Engine Instrumentation
Environmental Effects
Fatigue and Fracture Characterization
Fleet Management Practices
Forced Response Assessment
Inspection Processes
Manufacturing Technology
Probabilistic Design Methods
Prognostic Health Management
Repair Technology
Submissions Requested by Expert Designed POC's

Abstract Submission Deadline

   Deadline: Friday, February 10, 2017   

 

Attention All PS&S Attendees!

To qualify to attend the PS&S Conference, you MUST be a U.S. Citizen or Green Card Holder. All non-government attendees (including contractors) must have a registered DLSC certification number, which is provided on the processed DD Form 2345. All U.S. active duty military personnel and U.S. Government Civilian Employees are exempt from the certification requirements.

 

About the Call for Training Courses

The Training Courses for the 2017 PS&S Conference have been preselected and are currently being developed ahead of the Call for Abstracts. If you wish to have your training course considered for the 2018 PS&S Conference or as a possible alternate/back-up, please contact Jill Jennewine with detailed information about your training course.

Please include the following in your email:

  • Title of Training Course
  • Course Instructor name and contact information
  • Name of Organization providing the training
  • Training Course description
  • Relevance of training to the PS&S Community
  • Inherent value of training & practical application of training provided
  • Length of Training (not to exceed 4 hours)

What Happens if My Abstract is Accepted?

Each primary submitter for abstracts will be notified by email, no later than Friday, March 10, 2017, of the decision of the PS&S Review Committee. Abstract submitters who receive an acceptance letter email will also be provided with speaker log-in information/instructions. This speaker log-in information will guide each presenter through all phases of the presentation requirements for PS&S 2017. All presenters will be required to upload their presentation prior to the Conference using this speaker log-in page. An exact date for presentation submission will be contained in the speaker log-in information. Presentations with substantial speaker notes or a technical paper (author’s choice), will be required of each presenter for inclusion in the Proceedings, to be posted on the Conference website after the Conference.

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Abstract Submission Deadline: Submit your abstract before this date. Deadline has been Extended.

Acceptance Letters: Be sure to check your inbox this week, our acceptance letters will be sent out.

Registration Deadline for Speakers: Accepted Speakers are required to register for the PS&S Conference by this date.

Presentation Deadline: Upload your presentation for the PS&S Conference by this date.

  • 1: Authors should submit abstracts for consideration by completing the Online Abstract Submittal Form, accessible by clicking on the button at the top of this page. The abstract text should be within 200-500 words.

  • 2: All submitted abstracts should include a description of content, conclusions and significance of the proposed presentation.

  • 3: Authors presenting papers under a government contract will be responsible for obtaining all necessary approvals and releases from the appropriate government agency.

  • 4: At the time of abstract submission, authors will be asked to certify that the submitted abstract is unclassified, non-proprietary and approved for public release and unlimited distribution.

  • 5: To qualify to present at the PS&S Conference, you MUST be a U.S. Citizen or Green Card Holder. All non-government attendees (including contractors) must have a registered DLSC certification number, which is provided on the processed DD Form 2345. All U.S. active duty military personnel and U.S. Government Civilian Employees are exempt from the certification requirements.

  • 6: Abstracts must be received no later than Friday, February 10, 2017. Abstract reviewers request that, in order to facilitate technical review, abstracts be submitted as soon as possible. A late submission will not allow time for proper review by the conference planning/review committee and may result in the rejection of the abstract.

  • 7: All submitted abstracts will receive an email by Friday, March 10, 2017 notifying them of the acceptance/non-acceptance of the abstract. Only the primary submitting author will be sent this acceptance/non-acceptance email and it will be the author’s responsibility to notify any co-authors.

  • 8: Authors presenting papers at PS&S 2017 are REQUIRED to register for the conference and pay the associated conference registration fee. No Exceptions.

This is your opportunity to share your knowledge. Submit your abstract for the AA&S Conference today.