Dr.-Ing.

Dennis 

Göge 

German Aerospace Center (DLR)

Dr.-Ing. Dennis Göge started his career at the German Aerospace Center (DLR) in 2000 as Research Scientist. In 2005 he became Deputy Department Head and Head of a Research Group at DLR in Göttingen, Germany. After having worked from 2005 to 2007 in this position he then joined the Science and Technology Organization (STO) of NATO in Neuilly-sur-Seine, France, as Executive Officer. In 2010, Dr. Göge has been appointed Executive Board Representative and Program Coordinator Defence and Security Research at DLR in Cologne, Germany. Actually, Dr. Göge is representing DLR in various national and international supervisory bodies, advisory councils and committees. He is Member of the Science and Technology Board (STB) and Chairman of the AVT Panel of NATO’s Science and Technology Organization (STO). In addition, he is an advisor to the Federal Ministry of Defence and to the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy, Germany.

Information provided is current as of July 2015

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Hypersonic Vehicles

Game Changers for Future Warfare?
By Mr 
Hans-Ludwig 
Besser 
By Dr.-Ing. 
Dennis 
Göge 
By Mr 
Michael 
Huggins 
By Mr 
Alan 
Shaffer 
By Dr.-Ing. 
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Zimper 
Hypersonic technologies offer potential solutions and applications that could have a strong impact on doctrine and conduct of future military operations. Different applications are conceivable for hypersonic flight vehicles in order to enable new or [...]

Laser-Based Space Debris Removal

An Approach for Protecting the Critical Infrastructure Space
By Dr 
Hans-Albert 
Eckel 
By Dr.-Ing. 
Dennis 
Göge 
By Dr.-Ing. 
Dirk 
Zimper 
Critical infrastructures are organizations and institutions whose failure or impairment would cause sustained shortage of supplies, significant disruption of public security, or other dramatic consequences for the state or community they support. Following the classification [...]

Platform Autonomy

State-of-the-Art and Future Perspectives from an S&T Point of View
By Mr 
Hans-Ludwig 
Besser 
By Dr.-Ing. 
Dennis 
Göge 
By Mr 
Michael 
Huggins 
By Dr.-Ing. 
Dirk 
Zimper 
The Applied Vehicle Technology Panel (AVT) is an ­international network of defence scientists and engin­eers dedicated to increasing the performance of new and ageing vehicles in the air, sea, land, and space ­domains. This network [...]

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