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F Data-Gathering Session Agenda MARCH 30–APRIL 1, 2020 March 30, 2020—Monday Sessions Open Sessions 1030 ET (0730 PT) – 1100 ET (0800 PT) Welcome and Introductions BOARD Chair, Hon. Katharina McFarland Dr. John Parmentola Co-Chair and Dr. John Luginsland Co-Chair 1100 ET (0800 PT) – 1315 ET (1015 PT) Session 1: Why the Army is Adopting MDO as the Means to Win Future Wars Session 1 Moderator: Co-Chair or Committee Member - 1100-1130 Brig. Gen Robert Spalding (USAF, Ret.), Hudson institute - 1130-1200 Q&A - 1200-1215 Break - 1215-1245 Dr. Alexander Kott, Chief Scientist, ARL - 1245-1315 Q&A 1315 (1015) – 1345 (1045) Break 1345 ET (1045 PT) – 1715 ET (1415 PT) Session 2: How the Army Will Achieve MDO Capability Session Moderator: Co-Chair or Committee Member - 1345-1415 Mr. John Kincaid, Deputy Chief, and Command Sergeant Major Paul E. Biggs, Senior Enlisted Advisor, Combat Systems Integration Division, FCC - 1415-1445 Q&A - 1445-1500 Break - 1500-1530 MAJ Adam Taliaferro, Future Warfare Division, FCC - 1530-1600 Q&A - 1600-1615 Break - 1615-1645 Mr. Jeffrey Witsken/COL Drew Fletcher, Mission Command Network Integration, Mission Command Center of Excellence, Army Combined Arms Center - 1645-1715 Q&A 1715 (1415 PT) – 1730 (1430 PT) Break PREPUBLICATION COPY – SUBJECT TO FURTHER EDITORIAL CORRECTION F-1

1730 (1430 PT) – 1830 (1530 PT) Closing Discussion March 31, 2020—Tuesday Sessions Open Sessions 1030 ET (0730 PT) – 1100 ET (0800 PT) Welcome and Introductions BOARD Chair, Hon. Katharina McFarland Dr. John Parmentola Co-Chair and Dr. John Luginsland Co-Chair 1100 ET (0800 PT) – 1315 ET (1015 PT) Session 3: The Capabilities and Processes the Army Needs to be Enhanced/Modified by MDO and MDC2 Session Moderator: Co-Chair or Committee Member - 1100-1130 Mr. Ian Sullivan, Deputy Chief of Staff for Intel, ISR, and Futures, TRADOC G-2 - 1130-1200 Q&A - 1200-1245 Mr. Andrew Toth, ARL - 1245-1315 Dr. Bret Strogen, Special Assistant for Energy and Sustainability, OASA(IE&E) - 1315-1345 Q&A 1345 (1045) – 1415 (1115) Break 1415 ET (1115 PT) – 1515 ET (1215 PT) Panel: Past and Present Challenges for P&E Systems in Support of Army Operations Panel Moderator: Co-Chair or Committee Member - 1415-1435 Dr. Ed Shaffer, Army Futures Command - 1435–1455 Mr. Ed Plichta, Independent Consultant - 1455-1515 Q&A 1515 (1215 PT) – 1530 (1230 PT) Break 1530 (1230 PT) – 1630 ET (1330 PT) Session 4: What Will Power the Systems That Will Constitute an MDO Operational Force? Session Moderator: Co-Chair or Committee Member - 1530-1600 COL Adrian Marsh, PM/Mr. Cory Goetz, Chief Engineer, Program Office for Expeditionary Energy & Sustainment Systems - 1600-1630 Q&A 1630 (1330 PT) – 1645 (1345 PT) Break 1645 (1345 PT) – 1745 (1445 PT) Closing Discussion April 1, 2020—Wednesday Sessions Closed Sessions 1030 ET (0730 PT) – 1100 ET (0800 PT) Post-Meeting Wrap and Metric Development All Committee members and NAS Staff PREPUBLICATION COPY – SUBJECT TO FURTHER EDITORIAL CORRECTION F-2

- 1030-1100 Recap 1100 (0800 PT) – 1200 ET (0900 PT) Session 4: What Will Power the Systems That Will Constitute an MDO Operational Force? (continued) Session Moderator: Co-Chair or Committee Member - 1100 – 1130 Ms. Elizabeth Ferry, Division Chief/Mr. Mike Brundage, Chief Engineer, Power and Battery Strategy C5ISR Center, DEVCOM - 1130 – 1200 Q&A 1200 ET (0900 PT) – 1415 ET (1115 PT) Post-Meeting Wrap and Metric Development All Committee members and NAS Staff (continued) - 1200-1300 Develop a common set of metrics to assess the white paper responses - 1300-1315 Break - 1315-1415 Develop an assessment map and ask the leading white paper responders to address in advance of the May meeting. 1415 (1115) – 1445 (1145) Break 1445 ET (1145 PT) – 1800 ET (1500 PT) Future Meeting Planning and White Paper Review All Committee members and NAS Staff - 1445-1545 Outline final report structure - 1545-1600 Assign section sub teams - 1600-1615 Break - 1615-1700 Assign white paper assessment sub teams - 1700-1800 Plan for future meetings: May Forum and follow-on writing session 1800 ET (1500 PT) Meeting Adjourn APRIL 7, 2020 1530 (1230 PT) – 1630 ET (1330 PT) AMMPS Generators and Hybrid Systems - 1530 – 1600 Dr. Pete Schihl, Senior Research Scientist, U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Center and Mr. Cory Goetz, Chief Engineer, Program Office for Expeditionary Energy & Sustainment Systems, U.S. Army - 1600 – 1630 Q&A APRIL 16, 2020 1400 (1100 PT) – 1500 ET (1200 PT) Energy Consumption Requirements Overview: Armored Brigade Combat Team Case Study - 1400 – 1430 Mr. Ryan Schwankhart, RAND Corporation - 1430 – 1500 Q&A PREPUBLICATION COPY – SUBJECT TO FURTHER EDITORIAL CORRECTION F-3

APRIL 24, 2020 1100 (0800 PT) – 1200 ET (0900 PT) Army Power: Watts, Kilowatts & Megawatts - 1100 – 1130 Dr. Alan Epstein, Professor Emeritus, Massachusetts Institute of Technology - 1130 – 1200 Q&A MAY 11, 2020 1300 (1000 PT) – 1400 ET (1100 PT) Advanced Energy Storage Systems: Lithium Ion & Beyond - 1300 – 1330 Dr. Khalil Amine, Argonne Distinguished Fellow, Argonne National Laboratory - 1330 – 1400 Q&A MAY 18– 20, 2020 May 18, 2020—Day One Closed Session 1030 ET (0730 PT) – 1130 ET (0930 PT) Closed Session - Committee and Staff Only Open Sessions 1230 (0930) – 1300 (1000) Welcome and Introductions William Millonig, BOARD Director and Steven Darbes, Study Director Dr. John Parmentola, Co-Chair and Dr. John Luginsland, Co-Chair 1300 (1000) – 1400 (1100) Session 1 (30 minute presentation, 30 Minute Q&A) All Graphene Nano Ribbon on Diamond Substrate Energy Efficient Power Electronics Switch Author: Cemal Basaran Session Moderator: John Parmentola, Co-Chair 1400 (1100) – 1415 (1115) Break (15 minutes) 1415 (1115) – 1515 (1215) Session 2 (30 minute presentation, 30 Minute Q&A) Converting Wastewater to Distributed Power and Energy: Addressing Two Critical Utility Needs of the Future Army with One Advanced Technology Authors: Aaron Petri, Dawn Morrison, Nicholas Josefik, Nathan Peterson, and Kathryn Guy Session Moderator: Paul Roege 1515 (1215) – 1530 (1230) Break (15 minutes) 1530 (1230) – 1630 (1330) Session 3 (30 minute presentation, 30 Minute Q&A) PREPUBLICATION COPY – SUBJECT TO FURTHER EDITORIAL CORRECTION F-4

High Performance Hybrid Solar Photovoltaic Thermoelectric Panel Authors: Hongbin Ma and Pengtao Wang Session Moderator: Michael MacLachlan 1630 (1330) – 1700 (1400) Day One Wrap Up 1700 (1400) – Day One Adjourn May 19, 2020—Day Two Open Sessions 1030 ET (0730 PT) – 1100 (0800 PT) Welcome and Introductions William Millonig, BOARD Director and Steven Darbes, Study Director Dr. John Parmentola, Co-Chair and Dr. John Luginsland, Co-Chair 1100 (0800) – 1200 (0900) Session 1 (30 minute presentation, 30 Minute Q&A) Multi-fuel Capable Hybrid-Electric Propulsion Author: Chol-Bum “Mike” Kweon Session Moderator: John Koszewnik 1200 (0900) – 1215 (0915) Break (15 minutes) 1215 (0915) – 1315 (1015) Session 2 (30 minute presentation, 30 Minute Q&A) Hybrid Power Source for the Military Aircraft Fleet of the 2035 Environment Author: Manuel Mar Session Moderator: John Kassakian 1315 (1015) – 1345 (1045) Lunch Break (30 minutes) 1345 (1045) – 1445 (1145) Session 3 (30 minute presentation, 30 Minute Q&A) Fuel Flexible Engine-Generators with High Power & Energy Densities for Future Unmanned Aircraft Systems and Soldiers Authors: Christopher Depcik, Sindhu Preetham Burugupally, Suman Saripalli, Alison Park, and Kyu Cho Session Moderator: John Koszewnik 1445 (1145) – 1545 (1245) Session 4 (30 minute presentation, 30 Minute Q&A) Solid Oxide Fuel Cell (SOFC) Technology for Powering the U.S. Army of the Future Author: Nguyen Minh Session Moderator: Subhash Singhal 1545 (1245) – 1600 (1300) Break (15 Minutes) 1600 (1300) – 1700 (1400) Session 5 (30 minute presentation, 30 Minute Q&A) Powering the U.S. Army of the Future PREPUBLICATION COPY – SUBJECT TO FURTHER EDITORIAL CORRECTION F-5

Authors: Tina Stoia, Shailesh Atreya, Chellappa Balan Session Moderator: John Szymanski 1700 (1400) – 1730 (1430) Day Two Wrap Up Discussion 1730 (1430) Day Two Adjourn May 20, 2020—Day Three Open Sessions 1030 ET (0730 PT) – 1100 (0800 PT) Welcome and Introductions William Millonig, BOARD Director and Steven Darbes, Study Director Dr. John Parmentola, Co-Chair and Dr. John Luginsland, Co-Chair 1100 (0800) – 1200 (0900) Session 1 (30 minute presentation, 30 Minute Q&A) Safe, High Energy and High Power Li-ion Batteries for Army Multi-domain Operations Authors: Jiang Fan, Lasantha Korala, Chris Kompella, and Dengguo Wu Session Moderator: Debra Rolison 1200 (0900) – 1215 (0915) Break (15 minutes) 1215 (0915) – 1315 (1015) Session 2 (30 minute presentation, 30 Minute Q&A) Cubic Boron Carbonitride for Advanced Electronic Applications to Modernizing Communications Technology Authors: Eunja Kim, Sergey Tkachev Session Moderator: John Luginsland 1315 (1015) – 1345 (1045) Lunch Break (30 minutes) 1345 (1045) – 1445 (1145) Session 3 (30 minute presentation, 30 Minute Q&A) Silent lightweight battlefield power source: Scalable from Soldier wearable power to platform power Authors: Ivan Čelanović, Walker Chan, and John Joannopoulos Session Moderator: John Kassakian 1445 (1145) – 1545 (1245) Session 4 (30 minute presentation, 30 Minute Q&A) A Research and Development Program to Meet the US Army’s Emerging Power and Energy Needs Author: Robert Hebner Session Moderator: Michael MacLachlan 1545 (1245) – 1600 (1300) Break (15 minutes) 1600 (1300) – 1700 (1400) Session 5 (30 minute presentation, 30 Minute Q&A) Towards Multi-Modal Army Base Energy Management Systems: The Arctic Resilient Intelligent Integrated Energy System (ARIIES) Case Author: Amro Farid PREPUBLICATION COPY – SUBJECT TO FURTHER EDITORIAL CORRECTION F-6

Session Moderator: Paul Roege 1700 (1400) – 1730 (1430) Day Two Wrap Up Discussion 1730 (1430) Day Three Adjourn JUNE 12, 2020 1600 (1300 PT) – 1700 ET (1400 PT) Next-generation rechargeable batteries enabled by 3D zinc anodes - 1600 – 1630 Dr. Jeffrey Long, Code 6170, Surface Chemistry Branch, U.S. Naval Research Laboratory - 1630 – 1700 Q&A JUNE 22, 2020 1000 (0700 PT) – 1100 ET (0800 PT) Radioisotope Power Sources – Technology and Applications - 1000 – 1030 Dr. Marc Litz, Physicist, U.S. Army Research Laboratory - 1030 – 1100 Q&A 1100 (0800 PT) – 1200 ET (0900 PT) Power Beaming and Space Solar - 1100 – 1130 Dr. Paul Jaffe, OUSD(R&E) RT&L / OE-Innovation Power Beaming and Space Solar Portfolio Lead, U.S. Army Research Laboratory - 1130 – 1200 Q&A JULY 8-9, 2020 July 8, 2020—Day One Open Session: 1100 (0800) – 1200 (0900) Session 1 – Mr. Dean McGrew, U.S. Army Futures Command Electrification and Military Vehicles Closed Session (Committee and Staff Only): 1200 (0900) – 1400 (1100) – Committee Writing/Discussion Session Open Session: 1400 (1100) – 1500 (1200) – Dr. Juan Vitali Discussion on the State of Mobile Nuclear Reactors Technology Closed Session (Committee and Staff Only): 1500(1200) – 1600 (1300) – Committee Writing/Discussion Session PREPUBLICATION COPY – SUBJECT TO FURTHER EDITORIAL CORRECTION F-7

July 9, 2020—Day Two Open Sessions: 1100 (0800) – 1200 (0900) Session 1 – Dr. Dave Perreault and Dr. Joel Dawson Semiconductor Materials and 5G Communications Closed Sessions (Committee and Staff Only): 1200 (0900) – 1600 (1300) – Committee Writing/Discussion Session AUGUST 10, 2020 1300 (1000 PT) – 1400 ET (1100 PT) Materials Design and Discovery Using Learning Machines - 1300 – 1330 Dr. Ghanshyam Pilania, Scientist 3 (Group MST-8), Materials Science and Technology Division, Los Alamos National Laboratory - 1330 – 1400 Q&A 1500 (1200 PT) – 1600 (1300 PT) Nanoramic Laboratories - 1500 – 1530 Dr. John Cooley, Founder, Chairman, President, COO, Nanoramic Laboratories - 1530 – 1600 Q&A AUGUST 17, 2020 1100 (0800 PT) – 1200 ET (0900 PT) Westinghouse DeVinci™ Micro Reactor - 1100 – 1130 with Mr. Ryan Blinn, Program Director, eVinci™ MicroReactor and DeVinci™ MNPP, Westinghouse Government Services - 1130 – 1200 Q&A 1200 (0900 PT) – 1300 ET (1000 PT) LANL Microreactors - 1200 – 1230 Mr. Matthew Griffin, Applied Energy Program Manager, and Mr. Patrick McClure, Project Lead, Kilopower project, Los Alamos National Laboratory - 1230 – 1300 Q&A AUGUST 18, 2020 1245 (0945 PT) – 1400 ET (1100 PT) Robotic Warfare - 1245 – 1330 Dr. Paul Decker, Deputy Chief Roboticist, GVSC, and Dr. Robert Sadowski, Chief Roboticist, GVSC, U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command (CCDC) - 1330 – 1400 Q&A PREPUBLICATION COPY – SUBJECT TO FURTHER EDITORIAL CORRECTION F-8

SEPTEMBER 10, 2020 1600 (1300 PT) – 1700 ET (1400 PT) MIT LL Presentations - 1600 – 1615 Tactical Microgrid Standard (TMS) o Mr. Erik Limpaecher, Leader, Energy Systems Group, MIT Lincoln Laboratory - 1615 – 1630 Activated Aluminum for Operational Energy o Mr. Daniel Herring, Associate Staff, MIT Lincoln Laboratory - 1630 – 1700 Q&A PREPUBLICATION COPY – SUBJECT TO FURTHER EDITORIAL CORRECTION F-9

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At the request of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army for Research and Technology, Powering the U.S. Army of the Future examines the U.S. Army's future power requirements for sustaining a multi-domain operational conflict and considers to what extent emerging power generation and transmission technologies can achieve the Army's operational power requirements in 2035. The study was based on one operational usage case identified by the Army as part of its ongoing efforts in multi-domain operations. The recommendations contained in this report are meant to help inform the Army's investment priorities in technologies to help ensure that the power requirements of the Army's future capability needs are achieved.

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