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A Lecture Series is a two-day educational event that is organised at three different locations. Lecture Series aim at disseminating state-of-the-art scientific or technical knowledge (often, but not necessarily, based on the findings of a Task Group) among wider and less specialised audiences than Specialists Meetings. The Lecture Series Director is responsible for the programme. Lectures are provided by the Lecture Series Director and up to four Lecturers. Lecture Series are combined with a STO report (Educational Notes), which will be made available before the first Lecture Series session.

HFM-240 - Mild Traumatic Brain Injury: Operational and Clinical Implications - Madrid - ESP - 18-19 Dec 18

Lecture Series Lecture Series Office
Booked: 59 | Free Seats: 16

Mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI), also known as concussion, is a significant military operational and civilian medical problem. This lecture series will review state of medical knowledge and discuss medical treatment in the deployed as well as post-deployment settings. Participants will leave with increased ability to accurately diagnose mTBI/concussion and to treat patients appropriately.

The General Information Package will be available once your enrolment has been validated by the NATO CSO.

 

Tuesday, 18. December 2018 until Wednesday, 19. December 2018 08:30 - 17:00

SAS-141 Research Symposium on Deterrence & Assurance Within An Allied Framework

 

The Science and Technology Organization organizes a Research Symposium on Deterrence & Assurance Within An Allied Framework on 17 and 18 January 2019 in London, United Kingdom.

Participation is open to NATO Nations, NATO Bodies, Australia, Finland and Sweden.

Among the presenters are representatives from King’s College London, NATO Joint Force Command Brunssum, National Defense Academy of Latvia, NATO Allied Maritime Command, Carleton University, University of Warwick, Staffordshire University, Middlebury Institute of International Studies, Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments, and Leonardo.

The aim is to develop a thorough understanding of Deterrence & Assurance in a contemporary context, and provide recommendations for how these concepts are used as part of military planning, education and training.

Deterrence & Assurance are fundamental to the Alliance. The presentations and discussion will contribute to a clearer, shared understanding of how national contributions to alliance activities can be linked to collective military objectives. Such an understanding will not only have utility for military planning, education, training, and capability development, but may also lead to significant benefits in terms of force posture, costs, and ultimately conflict prevention.

The General Information Package is available (password protected) at this meeting announcement after your registration is validated. This package contains all information to make travel arrangements and benefit from negotiated hotel rates. The limited number of blocked rooms will be released on 19 December 2018.

The Conference Booklet will be published at the same location (password protected) 1 week prior to the conference and only accessible to participants in the conference.

Thursday, 17. January 2019 until Friday, 18. January 2019 08:00 - 17:30

SCI-309 Workshop on Opportunities/Implications of Large Scale Commercial Small Satellite Constellations to NATO Operations

This Workshop is NATO UNCLASSIFIED and is open to NATO Nations, Australia, Finland, Sweden and Singapore.

Participation in this Workshop is by invitation only.

Monday, 04. February 2019 until Thursday, 07. February 2019 08:00 - 17:30

SAS-137 Research Symposium: Integration of Women into Ground Combat Units

 

The NATO STO's Systems Analysis and Studies (SAS) Panel conducts studies, analysis and information exchange activities that explore how operational capability can be provided and enhanced through the exploitation of new technologies, new forms of organization or new concepts of operation

In support of new initiatives, as well efforts to increase the representation of women in close ground combat units through enhanced selection, training, and retention strategies, this Research Symposium on Integration of Women into Ground Combat Units will provide opportunity to share lessons learned, best practices, and research analysis. It will provide insights to support the expansion of combat roles for women and to better understand the impact of gender integration on ground combat units.

Please note that this symposium is open to NATO Nations/Organizations, NATO STO Enhanced Opportunity Partners (Australia, Finland, Sweden) Partnership for Peace Nations, Argentina, India, Japan, New Zealand and Singapore.

The Programme Committee was able to build a mature programme with a focus on new and innovative ideas about threats and responses. Among the speakers are representatives from United States Marine Corps, Women In International Security, Canadian Ministry of Defence, Norwegian Defence Research Establishment, United Kingdom Defence Science and Technology Laboratory,  Ministry of Foreign Affairs Japan and German Ministry of Defense.

The General Information Package is available (password protected) at this meeting announcement after your registration is validated. This package contains all information to make travel arrangements and benefit from negotiated hotel rates. The limited number of blocked rooms will be released on 5 January 2019.

The Conference Booklet will be published at the same location (password protected) 1 week prior to the conference and only accessible to participants in the conference.

Tuesday, 05. February 2019 until Thursday, 07. February 2019 13:00 - 17:00

Call for Papers: RAMS and NATO STO Technical Course 2019

 

Aerospace Medicine - Forward Together

CALL FOR PAPERS

 

The Ramstein Aerospace Medicine Summit and NATO STO Technical Course will be occurring this year 18-21 March 2019 at Edelweiss Lodge and Resort, a conference centre and US military facility located in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany.
The theme for the STO Technical Course 2019 is “Forward Together.”
Focusing on:
• Cooperation and Partnerships
• Operational Aviation Medicine
• Multinational Operations
• Evolution of Aerospace Medicine Regulations
• Interoperability
• Aeromedical Evacuation

We are seeking presentations and Posters
Consider partnering with a colleague to debate an issue, have a panel discussion or describe international cooperation on exercise or operation.
Abstracts will be accepted until 1 December 2018.

 

 

Monday, 18. March 2019 until Thursday, 21. March 2019 09:00 - 17:30
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