A scientific study of the problems of digital
engineering for space flight systems,
with a view to their practical solution.
Industrial and Government Exhibits Request
Thanks for your interest in an industrial or government exhibit for MAPLD 2001. There is no charge for industrial exhibits at MAPLD 2001. However, all industrial exhibitors must register for the conference at the regular participant rate. You will be welcome at all sessions and meals and will also receive 1 copy of the Conference Proceedings for each person registering.
You will be supplied with floor space, tables, chairs, and Internet and phone connections free of charge. Exhibit locations are given out on a first-come, first-served basis. Last year all the exhibits did not fit in the space allocated for this part of the conference. As a result, all services may not be available (such as internet and phone, etc.) if we have to place your exhibit in the lobby.
Please send me, via email, the following information:
Space (10' x 10' max)
Description of Exhibit - i.e., tabletop, backdrop, etc.
Number of tables, sizes.
Number of chairs.
Internet required (RJ-45)?
Phone service required?
Contact name, address, telephone, and fax number (this will also appear on-line).
WWW site url.
Logo for our www page.
Any special requirements (easel, backdrops, etc.)
We hope to see you at MAPLD 2001,
Richard B. Katz
National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Tel: (301) 286-9705
Fax: (301) 286-0220
You must make your own shipping arrangements. Please use the address below, exactly as shown, to minimize delays on receiving and shipping your material. The Kossiakoff Conference Center is outside of the main area of APL. If your shipment goes directly to the main APL receiving area, because of the procedures in place, you will have about 1 extra day delay in receiving your material.
c/o Jim Kave
Kossiakoff Conference Center
The Johns Hopkins University
Applied Physics Laboratory
11100 Johns Hopkins Road, Off Route 29
Laurel, MD 20723-6099
Last Revised February 03, 2010
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