13th International Mine Technology Symposium

May 22-24 2018 | Monterey, California

Online registration will open end of March 2018.

The International Mine Warfare Technology Symposium series is the only Navy-sponsored event solely focused on naval mine warfare and associated technologies and is only held every other year.  As with past symposia, this conference will be unclassified with foreign participation expected and welcome.

Naval and Industry plenary speakers will address a broad range of topics including the current status and future requirements of mine warfare technology. Break-out sessions will showcase basic scientific and emerging technology research with applications to the undersea environment and specialized sessions focused on Littoral Combat Ship-centric mine warfare, advanced undersea warfare systems, unmanned systems and associated technologies, mine warfare applications in Maritime Homeland Defense, environmental research and developments, operational data flow and communications, and other related areas.

Deadline for submission:  TBD

Presenters: Please follow the instructions found on the “SUBMISSIONS” tab of our website.   Your submission is not complete unless you designate permissions to include, or not include, your presentation in the Symposium Proceedings.

May 24, 2018 1400-1700

On the final day of the symposium (May 24), CRUSER will host a Tech Update from 1400 to 1700. All symposium participants are encouraged to attend this showcase of Unmanned Systems (UXS) technology and concepts being explored at the Naval Postgraduate School. More information about the event can be found at the site:

http://www.nps.edu/Academics/Centers/CRUSER/index.html, or email cruser@nps.edu

Foreign nationals interested in attending a tour of the Naval Postgraduate facilities and/or the CRUSER sponsored Tech Update should fill out the foreign national visitor request form found on the Symposium website.