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1999 MAPLD Conference

September 28-30, 1999

Kossiakoff Conference Center
The Johns Hopkins Univerisity- Applied Physics Laboratory
11100 Johns Hopkins Road
Laurel, Maryland 20723-6099

The 2nd annual Military and Aerospace Applications of Programmable Devices and Technologies Conference will address devices, technologies, usage, reliability, fault tolerance, radiation susceptibility, and applications of programmable devices and adaptive computing systems in military and aerospace systems. The program will consist of oral and poster technical presentations and industrial exhibits.  This majority of the conference is open to US and foreign participation and is unclassified.  There will be one classified session at the secret level, for U.S. citizens only.  For related information, please see http://klabs.org.

EE Times Article: Reconfigurable Computing Takes First Space Test

EE Times Article: Panelist debate the role of future FPGAs

Military & Aerospace Electronics Article: "2020: a NASA odyssey"
by John Rhea, November 1999, page 10.

 

Pictures from the 1999 MAPLD International Conference

CD-ROM Proceedings

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MAPLD99 Evaluation Sheet

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