Sir James Rowland Seminar
UNSW Canberra at ADFA
Northcott Drive, Campbell
Influence of Emerging Technologies on Air and Space Power
Call for papers:
Proposals for presentations of 20-25 minutes duration (around 3000 words) are invited from students, early career researchers, industry leaders, policy advisers and uniformed personnel of the ADF, as well as established scholars and practitioners of air and space power.
The convenors are keen to receive proposals from air and space power enthusiasts. The topics that could be explored include: strategic impact of disruptive technologies; uninhabited aerial systems; effectiveness of modern air power; opportunities and challenges to air power in a disruptive world; influence of modern technologies on the development of operational concepts, doctrine, logistics, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance; resilience of air power in a disruptive environment; artificial intelligence and air power; imperatives for air power in the digital age; and similar topics that could influence the future of air and space power.
Proposals addressing the topic should include the title of the presentation, a 300-word summary and a brief bio-data statement.
Submit to firstname.lastname@example.org by 6 August.
Advice to successful presenters will be sent before 13 August. Presenters will be invited to convert their seminar presentations into a chapter for inclusion in the proceedings of the seminar series for publication; however, this is not mandatory.