ASNE to Hold Conference

Monday, April 23, 2001
The American Society of Naval Engineers (ASNE) is holding its annual exhibition, conference and meeting on April 30-May 1 in Arlington, Va.

ASNE Day 2001 kicks off April 30 with a plenary session. Keynote speaker is RADM Jay M. Cohen, USN, Chief of Naval Research. His address will focus on ASNE Day's theme, "Technology Insertion in the 21st Century Fleet." Following his address will be a panel discussion on Technical Insertion with senior representatives from Naval Sea Systems Command, Program Executive Offices and the Navy Laboratories.

ASNE will recognize the technical program's authors and present prestigious awards at the Awards Luncheon.

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