Quantitative Methods in Defense and
National Security 2010
Call for Participation
Call for Papers
The goal of the Quantitative Methods in Defense and National Security conference is to promote collaboration between
•Users who have
quantitative defense and national
mathematicians, operations researchers, engineers, others
the conference is soliciting papers on quantitative methods that can be
used to solve problems in defense and national security and papers that
describe defense and national security data analyais problems.
Topics of interest include, but are not
- Quantitative methods involving:
Data mining, Network analysis, Data fusion, Bioterrorism, Automated
discovery, Forensic analysis, Operations research, Modeling &
simulation, Information integration, Social network analysis, Syndromic
surveillance, Privacy and data integrity
- Description of defense and national security data analysis problems
The program will consist of invited sessions that have been organized
Technical Program Committee, contributed presentations, and a
special poster session in the evening of the first night.
All contributed posters and presentations will be refereed.
sessions will not be held at the same time as invited sessions, and
contributed speakers will be given approximately 25 minutes for their
Individuals who wish to participate in a contributed session should
and submit an extended abstract (1 to 2 pages) by April 19, 2010. Full
instructions and an electronic abstract submission form are available
Quantitative Methods in Defense and National Security 2010
be published in the form of a CD-ROM. Color illustrations, animations,
data, and software source code will be
allowed. Manuscript preparation instructions may be found here.
Last Update Oct 21, 2009