March 4-6, 2003
Manhattan Beach Marriott
Manhattan Beach, California
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Sponsoring and Cooperating
Organizations:



The Aerospace Corporation


Air Force Space and
Missile Systems Center


National Reconnaissance Office


Air Force Space Command


Jet Propulsion Laboratory


University of Southern California
Center for Software Engineering


Software Engineering Institute


Institute for Software Research at
the University of California, Irvine


Advisory Committee:



Barry Boehm
Director, University of Southern
California Center for Software
Engineering


Col. Ivette Falto-Heck
Chief Engineer, Air Force Space
and Missile Systems Center


Linda Northrop
Director, Product Line Systems
Program, Software Engineering
Institute


Rami Razouk
General Manager,
Computer Systems Division,
The Aerospace Corporation


Carl Sunshine
Chief Engineer, Satellite and
Launch Control,
The Aerospace Corporation


Lt. Gen. Eugene L. Tattini
(Ret. USAF)
Deputy Director, Jet Propulsion
Laboratory


Richard N. Taylor
Director, Institute for Software
Research at the University of
California, Irvine


March 4–6, 2003
Manhattan Beach Marriott
Manhattan Beach, California


Meet the Technological Challenges of
Spacecraft Ground Systems (SGS)


GSAW2003 is the seventh in a series of annual workshops that explore software and system architecture issues for spacecraft ground systems. It is the forum for the world’s spacecraft ground system experts to share experiences with other ground system users, developers, and researchers through presentations, working groups, and panel discussions. GSAW2003 will highlight new ideas and lessons learned in the creation, application, and evaluation of architectures to meet the technological challenges of ground systems. The workshop’s affiliation with government and civilian institutions provides an unparalleled opportunity to advance the state of practice and research in architectures for spacecraft ground systems.

The theme of GSAW2003 is Applying Lessons Learned and Emerging Technologies to Drive Future Ground System Architectures. Workshop presentations and working groups will focus on innovations, applications, and lessons learned in the following areas:

  • Architectural representation and analysis
  • Software engineering and architectures
  • Software reuse and product lines
  • Mission assurance, system integration, and testing
  • Program management, including risk and life cycle issues
  • Standards and interoperability
  • System security and information assurance
  • Off-the-shelf and open source components
  • Multi-mission and fleet operations, automation, and sustainment concepts
  • Space and ground communication architectures

Invited Keynote Speakers


Barry Boehm

Director
University of Southern California
Center for Software Engineering

Maj. Gen. Craig R. Cooning
Vice Commander
Air Force Space and Missile Systems Center

Vernon Grapes
Chief of Systems Engineering
Ground Support Operations
National Reconnaissance Office


Adrian Hooke
Manager
InterPlaNetary Internet (IPN) Project
Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Lt. Gen. Eugene L. Tattini (Ret. USAF)
Deputy Director
Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Donald R. Walker
Vice President
National Space Systems Engineering
The Aerospace Corporation

Register early! Space is limited.

Early (on or before Feb. 7)
Standard (after Feb. 7)
General Attendees
$350
$400
Students
$150
$150
Uniformed Military
$150
$150

For registration information call Katy Feine, 310-336-6805, or email gsaw@aero.org

Accommodations

A special rate of $99 per night is available at the Manhattan Beach Marriott. Requests for rooms will be accommodated on a first-come, first-served basis until February 10, 2003. Reservations after February 10 will be subject to availability at the hotel's normal rates. Be sure to ask for the special GSAW2003 Conference rate. Call the hotel directly for reservations: 800-228-9290 or 310-546-7511 FAX: 310-939-1486

 

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