The Early Career Award recognizes an "early career" presenter/author for making meaningful contributions to the Fire Control Community. Those new to the field in the last 7 years delivering and authoring an oral presentation are eligible for consideration of this award.
The Early Career award criteria are:
First Place: ENS Sam Lacinski, Assessment of Autonomous Unmanned Aerial Vehicles for Boost-Phase Intercept of Ballistic Missiles, U.S. Navy
Second Place: Mr. Michael Molignano, Softkill Weapon Coordination for Ship Defense, MIT Lincoln Laboratory
Third Place: Dr. Monica Montanari, Long-Range Doppler-Spread Clutter Mitigation in Over-the-Horizon Radars, MIT Lincoln Laboratory
The 2018 National Fire Control Symposium will once again present a Peer Reviewed Poster Award. All attendees will be able to cast their vote for the three best overall NFCS posters.
Congratulations to our 2017 Poster Winners!
First Place: Mr. Marc Santoro, Agile Cybersecurity: A Modest Proposal, Naval Surface Warfare Center, Dahlgren Division
Second Place: Mr. Samuel Lacinski, Assessment of Autonomous Unmanned Aerial Vehicles for Boost-Phase Intercept of Ballistic Missiles, MIT Technology and Policy Program
Third Place: Ms. Katherine Souza, Lasercomms System for Mobile Terrestrial Applications, Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory
Congratulations to our 2016 Poster Winners!
First Place: Ms. Emily Anesta and Mr. Adam Schnabel, Real-Time Characterization of the Atmosphere in Support of Electromagnetic Maneuver Warfare (EMW), MIT Lincoln Laboratory
Second Place: Mrs. Carol Lee, Cyber Defense Vulnerability Insight Laboratory (Cyber Devil): Moving the Culture of Software Development toward Security, Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division
Third Place: Mrs. Anu Myne, The Broadband Challenge for Next Generation Electronic Warfare, MIT Lincoln Laboratory