In light of recent health concerns and restricted travel due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, the Army Research Symposium has been postponed. 

Army Research Symposium

Evolving our nation’s technological superiority is critical for the defense of our country. Join Missouri S&T as we bring together senior leaders, scientists and engineers from the U.S. Department of Army and academia that are dedicated to creating innovative technology that advances the defense of our nation.

Focused on the science and technology needs of Warfighters, Missouri S&T’s Army Research Symposium is a forum for addressing technology challenges and opportunities, the exchange of ideas, and connecting research and technology development in academia with the Army. It is a unique venue to showcase technologies and achievements across key areas, such as: Materials and Explosives Engineering, Additive Manufacturing, Smart Systems, and Infrastructure for Mobility, Resilience & Sustainability.

The emphasis of this symposium is on research that translates into technologies and capabilities – through increased collaboration and building on Missouri S&T’s strong connection with industry partners and government.


Dr. Mohammad (Mo) Dehghani

Dr. Mohammad (Mo) Dehghani

Chancellor, Missouri University of Science and Technology

Rolla, Missouri

Dr. Ronald (Ron) Sega, HQE

Dr. Ronald (Ron) Sega, HQE

Chief Technology Officer, U.S. Army Futures Command (AFC)

Austin, Texas

Mr. Gregg Thompson, SES

Mr. Gregg Thompson, SES

Deputy to the Commanding General

Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri

Dr. David Pittman, SES

Dr. David Pittman, SES

Director of Engineer Research and Development Center (ERDC), U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

Vicksburg, Mississippi

Exhibits and Poster Presentations

Research Exhibits

Meet the experts of Missouri S&T's research centers and consortia who are pushing the boundaries of science and technology everyday.

Poster Presentations

Engage with Missouri S&T researchers to learn about their latest research findings, while exchanging knowledge and ideas.