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S&T 2030 Evening Meeting & Discussion

Tuesday @ 6:15 PM

in Grand Ballroom 1 (2nd Floor)

This Event is OPEN to all AA&S/PS&S Attendees and Exhibitors

Spekers Include:
Mr. Edward W. Ayer, USAF (View Bio)
Dr. Lawrence M. Butkus, USAF (View Bio)
Ms. Lenell A. Kern, USAF (View Bio)

What is the S&T 2030 and how can you help?

Our team goal is to inspire you to join us to by taking the time to be aware of what S&T 2030 is, share it with affiliates and colleagues throughout the nation, attend one of the public engagements, log into AFresearchlab.com and share your idea tackling current Air Force challenges.

On 18 January 2018 the Secretary of the Air Force (SECAF) made an announcement explaining the S&T2030. This effort is being managed a number of ways; university “listening engagements”, professional society appearances, and impromptu informal gatherings throughout the U.S. in conjunction with the university engagements. What is driving our S&T 2030 team? SECAF posed these three questions:

• What basic and applied research areas should the Air Force focus on to ensure US national security advantage in the air, space, and cyber domains in 2030?

• What methods, processes, and organizational structures best enable the Air Force scientific enterprise to effectively manage an exceptional research enterprise and effectively engage university and industry partners?

• How do large innovative organizations exploit rapidly developing science and technology, and how should the Air Force adjust processes and organizational structures to improve rapid adoption?

Quick Links for S&T 2030

- Letter to Colleagues dtd 29 Jan 18
- S&T 2030 study Explanation Letter
- S&T 2030 Strategic Themes
- S&T 2030 Listening Engagements



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