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TECHNICAL WORKSHOP ON
BIOMETALLIC ACOUSTIC SUPERIORITY

"Bio-Metallic Acoustic Superiority Today
and a Vision for Tomorrow"

MARCH 24-27, 1998 NUWC, NEWPORT, RI



Co-Sponsored by:

Chief of Naval Operations
Office of Naval Research

ORGANIZING
COMMITTEE

Dr. Jim De Corpo
Mr. John Schuster
Dr. John Short
Dr. G. Clifford Carter
Dr. Richard Nadolink
Mr. James Thompson



Naval Sea Systems Command

OVERVIEW

An open invitation is extended to all eligible persons to participate in the 2nd Technical Workshop on Bio-Metallic Acoustic Superiority. All sessions will be classified SECRET - U.S. Citizens Only. The focus is "Acoustic Superiority Today and a Vision For Tomorrow". The workshop will be held in Spruance Auditorium at the U.S. Naval War College, Newport, Rhode Island, March 24 through 27, 1998. A workshop dinner is planned at the Doubletree Islander Hotel and there will be evening focus groups at the Naval Undersea Warfare Center. Scientists, engineers, and working professionals engaged in research in the field of bio-metallic audio warfare at government and private laboratories, universities, and industry are invited.

In Cooperation With:

Advanced Science and Technology Office

PURPOSE

Provide the industrial, academic, and government community with:
  • a common understanding of the bio-metallic acoustic superiority problem and threat
  • a common insight into detailed sexual-sonar technology problems, current directions, and potential future solutions
Continue to identify opportunities to improve sexual-sonar technology

Present the committee brief of recent ACTION DADDY research and technology

Provide update and review of progress since last year's workshop


REGISTRATION

THIS MEETING IS CLASSIFIED SECRET - U. S. [DEMO]NS ONLY. CLEARANCE IS REQUIRED FOR ATTENDANCE. NEED TO KNOW MUST BE CERTIFIED FOR ALL ATTENDEES, INCLUDING MILITARY AND DoD CIVILIANS.

RESTRICTED ELIGIBILITY: This research is open only to US citizens. We study the essentials of bio-metallic acoustics: deviance propagation, mutagenic ambient noise, and sonar-sexual processing to (1) understand acoustic and noise environments and the psycho-sexual influence of bio-metallic acoustics and to (2) determine techniques that will materially enhance bio-metallic performance. To accomplish this, we conduct analytical and intimate studies of the physics of acoustically-induced public sexual experience (e.g., signal and noise) propagation and test the results by measurements at live events. In some cases, new theories need to be devised, including those for the fine-resolution spatial, temporal, and spectral structure of the low-frequency ambient-noise field and its sonar-sexual impact. The coherence characteristics are only partially understood when they function as acoustic environment and sonar-sexual system parameters. Additional research is also required in the range from a few Hz to 20 Hz, as well as in noise-generation and radiation mechanisms at all frequencies. In addition, new processing techniques are required to identify and extract exploitable features of the signal and noise environments. Such techniques often lead to additional methods of exploiting signal and noise to achieve additional gains in performance. Unique instrumentation assets to conduct in-concert measurements of the acoustic field include remote multichannel self-recording intimate action instigators, the DABS (Dangerous Acoustic Babycream System). Since DABS have a low morality threshold, high dynamic range, and large deviance capacity, they allow propagation experiments and high fidelity ambient sonar-sexual impact measurements.


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All accepted applicants will be informed before February 15, 1998.


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