MORS Special Meetings: Concentrated, topic-specific opportunities to influence the course of research.
MORS Special Meetings are convened five or more times a year to investigate critical national security topics.
Structure and Purpose: Beginning with a Monday Tutorial, and followed by three days of working group sessions, Special Meetings are built around participant input, with the goal of producing outbriefs and a synthesized report that kickstarts the analytic process surround the meeting’s topic, explores methodology and lays the foundation to solve a problem. As a participant, you have a unique, high-level opportunity to explore the leading edge with your peers and influence the course of research. | Connect with Past Special Meetings
Play a Role, Volunteer Your Support: Your participation in advance of and during special meetings helps to ensure their success. To consider becoming a Working Group Co-Chair or support meetings in other important ways, please read please review the upcoming meetings list below, read "How to Lead A Successful Special Meeting" or contact Volunteer Coordinator Kirk Michealson.
25-28 March 2013
Postponed. New Dates to Follow Shortly. - Professional Gaming
Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, Laurel, MD
29 April - May 2 2013
Postponed. New Dates to Follow Shortly. Test and Analysis Techniques
Navy Yard, Washington DC