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Updated 3/19/2016
Symposium dates March 24, 25, 26 - 2016
The Crypto speaker line up is complete for 2016
T
his is a combined event of two conferences, CC-AWA and Cryptosymposium,
The registration fees
for both conferences are posted on the 2016 registration page:
Antique Radio Charlotte 2016 and Charlotte International Crypto Symposium

cc-awa.org/Registration-2016.html
You can pay at the door, paying in advance will save you a few bucks.
There's a printable pre-registration form on the web page.
See the 2016 AWA Conference Brochure in PDF form Click_here

Charlotte International Cryptologic Symposium March 24, 25, 26, 2016 Day 1
Antique Radio Charlotte is a purely non profit event and the Carolinas Chapter of the AWA (CC-AWA) is a not for profit club. We all have to pay our own way. We only charge enough registration fees to hopefully pay for the event, we're not here to make a profit.
Meals are prepaid at the time of registration. Link: Registration page
3/24/2016 Thursday Crypto Programs Day 1, .............. Thursday, subject to change
24hr
Time
Speaker
Topic
Location
800

8:00 AM

Registration

All attendees

Hotel Lobby
900

9:00 AM

Ron Lawrence USA

Welcome (All)

Ball Room C/D
915

9:15 AM

Debbie Desch Anderson, USA

"Joe W8ANP"

JR Ballroom
1000

10:00 AM

Jerry McCarthy, UK

"Computer simulation of the Turing-Welchman Bombe"

1050

  10:50 AM

10 Min Break

 

1100

11:00 AM

John Alexander, UK

Title: "They Just Keep Coming!"
Show & describe my Differensbildungs device and the (currently) unknown & unnamed M94-reminiscent device.


1200
12:00 AM

Lunch

Auctions Preview

Kick off luncheon

PrePaid

Oscar's hotel restaurant

1300
1:00 PM

Dr. David Hatch, USA

"The Original Eavesdroppers: American Radio Intelligence, 1900 to World War I."

JR Ballroom
1350 1:50PM 10 Min Break    
1400 2:00 PM

Dr. David Hatch
and Richard Brisson speak to the AWA
conference.

Special AWA topics and
Crypto Topics:
"The Original Eavesdroppers: American Radio Intelligence, 1900 to World War I."

Ball Room C/D
1400 2:00 PM Klaus Schmeh, Germany The Early Bird not always Catches the Worm: JR Ballroom
1450
2:50 PM 10 Min Break  
1500
3:00 PM

Jim Oram, USA

"Repairing and restoring Enigmas"

1530 3:30 PM "Show & Tell" Collectors who bring artifacts to the conference have an opportunity to explain what they
brought.
1600
4:00 PM

Richard Brisson, Canada

"The Imitation Game" and play
"Breaking the Code"

  4:45 PM 5 Min Break    
1645
4:50 PM

Craig Bauer, USA

Unsolved! History's Greatest Ciphers

 
1730
5:30 PM

Prepare for Dinner

-- Libations

  Oscars
1830
6:30 PM

Dinner

Buffet dinner in Oscar's
Soup salad & Buffet
, Oscar's Rest.

PrePaidOscars

1900
7:00 PM

Social Time
View Cipher machines.
.....or
Trip to see the Cryllic Projector at UNCC
The total round trip time could take up to 2+ hours

Note
times are fluid and are subject to change.

Travel arrangements will be organized with available cars and vans.
View the Kryptos sculpture.
(Cryllic Projector)

 

JR Ballroom
or
Travel to UNCC

1930
7:30 PM
Ballroom C/D
Cryptos
 
2030
 

Social Time

View Old Equipment.
View Auction Entrys.
Spys, Clandestine ventures and fun.
Ballroom C/D
2200
10:00 PM Social Time continues...    

Charlotte International Cryptologic Symposium 2016 Day 2
Antique Radio Charlotte is a purely non profit event and the Carolinas Chapter of the AWA (CC-AWA) is a not for profit club. We all have to pay our own way. We only charge enough registration fees to hopefully pay for the event, we're not here to make a profit.
Meals are prepaid at the time of registration. Link: Registration page
3/25/2016 Friday Crypto Programs Day 2 , .............. Friday, subject to change
24hr
Time
Speaker
Topic
Location
630

6:30 AM

Breakfast

Breakfast A la Carte

White Tent
830 8:30
AM
Pre-Op Get rerady for talks to begin.
Check PC's and presentations and equipment
JR Ballroom
900 9:00 AM Jerry McCarthy, UK "Simulation Techniques of 'Cyklometr Rejewskiego' "
950 9:50 AM 5 Min Break  
1000

10:00 AM

David Hamer, USA

"Colossus at UK's National Museum of Computing"

1050

  10:50 AM

10 Min Break

 

1100

11:00 AM

Nicholas GesslerUSA

"A crypto retrospective"

1200
12:00 AM

Lunch

Visit the Flea Market

A la Carte
White tent

1300
1:00 PM

Tom Perera,
Dan Perera,
USA

Dissecting and reassembling a Russian FIALKA cipher machine in real-time.

JR Ballroom
1400
2:00 PM

Tom Perera, USA

New Discoveries in Enigma History.
Tom will also be showing dozens of never-before-seen photographs of Enigmas in Action during WW-II.
Tom Perera: Clandestine “SPY” Radio Operations

1450
2:50 PM 10 Min Break  

1500

3:00 PM

Paul Reuvers, Netherlands

"The Enigma Tree"

1600
4:00 PM

Marc Simons, Netherlands

Enigma Topic
1640
4:40 PM 5 Min Break  
1645
4:45 PM

George Lasry

A new article for the Cryptologia paper:
Subject:
"Deciphering ADFGVX German messages from WW1"

The work is about the decryption, for the first time in nearly 100 years (and for some messages, for the first time ever), of a collection of 460 original WW1 German messages from the Eastern Front in 1918, encrypted using the ADFGVX cipher.

1730
5:30 PM

Prepare for Dinner

-- Libations

Meet people and friends  
1800
6:00 PM

Jim Oram Intro


COUNTERFEIT RADIOS:
The "Fabulous Fakes" of Phil Weingarten

PrePaid

Room:
C/D

Dinner

Speaker:
Tom Perera

Then the Questions and answer time Q&A: Ask Tom Perera
1900
7:00 PM

Social Time

Music

Contest room open,
Crypto room open for viewing

JR Ballroom
2000
8:00 PM
2100
9:00 PM

Social Time,
continues

Social Time,
View Old Equipment.

Spys, Clandestine ventures and fun.

 
2200
10:00 PM - Libations    

Charlotte International Cryptologic Symposium 2016 Day 3
Antique Radio Charlotte is a purely non profit event and the Carolinas Chapter of the AWA (CC-AWA) is a not for profit club. We all have to pay our own way. We only charge enough registration fees to hopefully pay for the event, we're not here to make a profit.
Meals are prepaid at the time of registration. Link: Registration page
3/26/2016 Saturday Crypto Programs Day 3 , .............. Saturday, subject to change
24hr
Time
Speaker
Topic
Location
730

7:30 AM

Ron Lawrence

Breakfast A la Carte

White Tent
900

9:00 AM

Glen Miranker

"Crypto Topic"
JR Ballroom
1000

10:00 AM

Ben Gatti, USA

Topic:
Turing, Enigma, Colossus & DES?

1050

  10:50 AM

10 Min Break

 

 
1100

11:00 AM

Panel discussion of anything Crypto

Panel of the Speakers
answer questions

JR Ballroom
1200 12:00 AM Open time, or get ready for lunch, packing, ready for travel and/or field trips. Buffer time for extra questions.  
1300
1:00 AM

Lunch

Grilled Chicken, dinner salad ,two sides and desert

PrePaid
Ball Room A

1400
2:00 PM

George Keller

"Original WWII Vets"

JR Ballroom
  Two possible field trips: (times subject to change, 3PM or 9PM)  
1500
3:00 PM
Note
times are fluid and are subject to change.

Alternate Field trip Choices:

Details:

 

Trip to UNC to take a look at the Kryptos sculpture.
(Cryllic Projector)

Cryptos
3:00 PM    
1600 4:00 PM Open.. Trip to UNC? There will be a signup sheet
2100 ~8:00PM or ~9:00PM
Leave for UNC
Trip to UNC to see the Cryllic Projector at night.
Most dazzling at night!
Cryllic Projector at University of North Carolina Math courtyard. On site at UNC
2300 11:00 PM Winding down the symposium    
    Make travel arrangements    

 

Schedule of Talks and
Presentations subject to change

Display table space for the event -
... not used for selling - is FREE.


Crypto displays open for viewing
or
Radio Flea Market.


Luncheon
3

Meeting rooms
Schedude2

Dates March 24, 25, 26 - 2016

Registration Table shown here:

Schedule1

Ron's Aircraft Radar Display table - example
http://radioheaven.homestead.com/AN-APS-19.html

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About the Talks
  This is a combined event:
The Charlotte Cryptologic Symposium is teaming up with the Carolina's chapter of the Antique Wireless Association.