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  • Meet the Employers

    Description

    AIAA ’ s “ Meet the Employers ” event at the 2022 SciTech Forum offers students and young professional attendees the opportunity to meet AIAA corporate members. This is a fun and moral force environment where students and professionals interact with organizations regarding employment opportunities.

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  • Student Welcome Mixer

    Description

    AIAA SciTech Forum has one of the largest gatherings of students of any of the AIAA forums. Mingle with your peers and hear from AIAA leadership. This reception provides you with the opportunity to meet your fellow students and learn more about the opportunities available to you as an AIAA student extremity. Games, entertainment, and unaccented fare will be provided ! A cash bar will be available to students long time 21 and over with a valid ID. ( Proof of student registration required. )


  • SciTech 101

    Description

    Discover how you can make the most of your week at AIAA SciTech Forum while meeting chap attendees. This orientation is ideal for first-time attendees, but all are welcome !


  • Plenary Session: Sustainability from the User’s Perspective

    Description

    Brig. Gen. Johnson’s career spans both the military and commercial aviation sectors. As a former Air Force command pilot and UPS Chief Pilot, he’ll reflect on his experiences as an operator of the end-products resulting from advances in aerospace, focusing on product and supply chain sustainability and the economic impact. As a career Air Force officer and the Immediate Past President of Tuskegee Airmen, Inc., he’ll share his thoughts on resilience and determination that lead to human sustainability.

    Moderator
    • Ricky-Shyne

      Rickey Shyne

      Director, Research and Engineering, NASA Glenn Research Center

    Speakers
    • General-BG-Johnson

      Brig. Gen. Leon A. Johnson, USAF (Ret.)

      Immediate Past National President, Tuskegee Airmen, Inc. ; early Mobilization Assistant to the Director of Operations, Headquarters Air Education and Training Command

    Brig. Gen. Johnson ’ s career spans both the military and commercial aviation sectors. As a erstwhile Air Force command original and UPS Chief Pilot, he ’ ll reflect on his experiences as an operator of the end-products resulting from advances in aerospace, focusing on product and provision chain sustainability and the economic impact. As a career Air Force military officer and the Immediate Past President of Tuskegee Airmen, Inc., he ’ ll share his thoughts on resilience and determination that lead to human sustainability .

  • International Student Conference

    Description

    0900 – 1300 hrs, Undergraduate Category
    0900 – 1130 hrs, Masters Category
    0900 – 1300 hrs, Team Category
    The first-place winners of the AIAA Regional Student Conferences will gather to present their research to a team of judges made up of professional members in the diligence. The students will have three coincident sessions in the categories of Undergraduate, Masters, and Team .

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  • AS-01/GTE-30/PC-48 Special Session: Clean Aviation Programme

    Description

    This session presents the Clean Aviation initiative, the European Union’s leading research and innovation programme for transforming aviation towards a sustainable and climate neutral future. 

    Speakers
    • Photo_AxelKREIN_SciTech-300x300

      Axel Krein

      Executive Director, Clean Aviation Joint Undertaking

    This school term presents the clean Aviation inaugural, the European Union ’ s leading research and invention program for transforming aviation towards a sustainable and climate neutral future .

  • GTE-02: Pathways for Net-Zero Emission Aviation

    Description

    The U.S. Aviation Climate Action Plan to Achieve Net-Zero Emissions by 2050
    In November 2021, the Federal Aviation Administration ( FAA ) published the United States Aviation Climate Action Plan, which describes a whole-of-government approach to put the sector on a way toward achieving net-zero emissions by 2050. The plan builds on person and sector-wide commitments announced by the U.S. aviation industry and highlights specific actions and policy measures to foster invention and drive exchange across the entire U.S. air travel sector .
    This talk will introduce the plan and focus on the model and analyses of the likely for emissions reductions from measures such as the development of new, more effective aircraft and engine technologies, the improvements in aircraft operations throughout the National Airspace System, the production and use of sustainable Aviation Fuels ( SAF ), and the potential function of market-based measures for example, the Carbon Offsetting and Reduction Scheme for International Aviation ( CORSIA ) .

    Speakers
    • Philippe_Bonnefoy_Photo

      Philippe Bonnefoy

      Founder & Principal, BlueSky


  • Virtual Technical Lecture

    Description

    GTE-03: Hydrogen for Aviation
    This session will cover the challenges and opportunities involved in realizing the Hydrogen powered zero carbon paper aviation. Hydrogen repositing, combustion, lay waste to heat recovery, and safety considerations are some of the contents that will be discussed .

  • Virtual Technical Lecture: Deploying Autonomy in an Uncertain World

    Description

    IS-01: Information Systems Lecture: Deploying Autonomy in an Uncertain World

    Speakers
    • Jonathan-P-How

      Jonathan P. How

      Richard C. Maclaurin Professor of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

    IS-01 : information Systems lecture : Deploying Autonomy in an Uncertain World


  • Durand Lecture for Public Service and Lunch Reception

    Description

    lecture topic :   Human Spaceflight – ‘The Ultimate Team Sport’  
    The Durand Lecture, named in respect of William F. Durand, is presented to showcase luminary achievements by a scientific or technical leader whose contributions have led immediately to the reason and application of the skill and engineering of aeronautics and astronautics for the improvement of world. A lunch will be offered to the first 100 guests on a first-come, first-served basis. The lecture will be presented after lunch and is afford to all attendees at that time .

    Speakers
    • William-Gerstenmaier

      William Gerstenmaier

      Vice President, Build and Flight Reliability, Space Exploration Technologies Corporation

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  • Virtual Technical Lecture

    Description

    MAT-07/ICME-03: ICME Lecture
    Integrated Computational Materials Engineering: Current Status and Future Challenges for High Strength Metal Alloys

    Speakers
    • Louis-G-Hector

      Louis G. Hector, Jr.

      General Motors Technical Fellow, Chemical and Materials Systems Laboratory, General Motors R & D Center

    Integrated computational Materials Engineering : stream Status and Future Challenges for High Strength Metal Alloys

  • In-Person Technical Lecture

    Description

    GNC-01 : GNC Lecture and Social

  • Trivia Night

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    Harbor G


  • Class of 2022 AIAA Associate Fellows Dinner and Induction Ceremony and Reception

    Description

    Each year, the Institute recognizes admonitory professionals for their accomplishments in engineering or scientific sour, great deserve and contributions to the artwork, skill, or technology of aeronautics or astronautics. Join us to congratulate the course of 2022 Associate Fellows at this annual celebration consequence .

  • Fun Run/Walk with AIAA Staff

    Description

    Explore San Diego with a 1-3 mile run/walk before starting your day ! fitting at the Manchester Grand Hyatt lobby at 0600 .

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  • Advanced Aerial Mobility (AAM) Programming Information Session

    Description

    Representatives from the AIAA Content Advisory Committee and Staff will provide an update on AIAA efforts to promote and refine the institute ’ s current AAM access .

  • Virtual Technical Lecture: Offshore Wind Turbine Technology and the Challenges of Innovation

    Description

    WE-03: Wind Energy Lecture
    The focus of this lecture where offshore wind is, and where it’s headed, as well as the challenges of innovating new technologies such as airborne wind.

    Speakers
    • Ruth-Marsh-DNV-Energy

      Ruth Marsh

      Principal Engineer, DNV Energy

    The concenter of this lecture where offshore tip is, and where it ’ randomness headed, deoxyadenosine monophosphate well as the challenges of innovating newfangled technologies such as airborne wind .

  • Virtual Lecture: AS-09: Adaptive Structures Lecture

    Description

    The return of commercial supersonic flight requires advanced solutions to be developed that meet noise and efficiency requirements for overland flight. To study such a possibility NASA is supporting a multi-disciplinary team of academician and industrial experts to explore the likely of structurally morphing the out mold trace of a supersonic vehicle. The team is considering recent advances in supersonic computational fluid dynamics, sonic boom propagation prediction tools and new blueprint approaches of embedding high propulsion energy density Shape Memory Alloys ( SMAs ) for in situ morph, leading to optimum low boom signatures in different atmospheric environments and flight conditions .

  • Meet the Author with Daniel P. Raymer

    Description

    Aircraft Design: A Conceptual Approach presents the entire process of aircraft conceptual design—from requirements definition to initial sizing, configuration layout, analysis, sizing, optimization, and trade studies.

    Speakers
    • Dan Raymer

      Daniel P. Raymer

      President, Conceptual Research Corporation

    Aircraft Design : A conceptual approach presents the entire process of aircraft conceptual design—from requirements definition to initial size, configuration layout, analysis, sizing, optimization, and barter studies .

  • In-Person Technical Lecture

    Description

    EXPL-04: Overview Session on Lunar Dust and Debris Issues
    Lunar dust and debris is a focus topic under the Space Exploration technical discipline at AIAA 2022 SciTech. It will consist of this lead-in overview session, 3 technical paper sessions, and a panel session. Invited speakers will present an overview of the status of this topic to set the tone for the follow-on technical sessions.

    Panelists
    • Placeholder-Male

      Michael Johansen

      TBD, TBD

    • Philip Metzger

      TBD, TBD

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      Michelle Munk

      TBD, TBD

    Lunar dust and debris is a stress subject under the Space Exploration technical discipline at AIAA 2022 SciTech. It will consist of this lead-in overview school term, 3 technical foul newspaper sessions, and a panel seance. Invited speakers will present an overview of the status of this topic to set the tone for the follow-on technical sessions .

  • In-Person Technical Sessions

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  • PEG-01 In-Person Technical Lecture: Current Research Topics of Relevance to Propulsion and Energy

    Description

    This session will feature short talks by representatives of the technical committees within the Propulsion & Energy Group to introduce their stream technical focus areas and to highlight special subject sessions at this meet .

  • Forum 360: 2040: The Aerospace Workforce

    Description

    Diversity is essential in building the aerospace workforce of the future. Not
    only do we need to be demographically diverse and inclusive, but we need skills adjacencies, diverse educational backgrounds, and new expertise. The panel will examine the makeup of the future workforce that will enable it to meet upcoming requirements.

    Moderator
    • Chris_Hernandez

      Chris Hernandez

      Sector Vice President, Research, Technology and Engineering, Northrop Grumman Aerospace Systems ( Ret. )

    Panelists
    • Albert-Pisano

      Albert (Al) Pisano

      Professor and Dean, Jacobs School of Engineering, University of California, San Diego

    • Marilyn-Smith

      Marilyn Smith

      Professor and Director of Vertical Lift Research Center of Excellence, Georgia Institute of Technology

    • Ryan-Tseng

      Ryan Tseng

      Chief Executive Officer, Co-Founder, Shield AI

    Diversity is essential in building the aerospace work force of the future. Notonly do we need to be demographically divers and inclusive, but we need skills adjacencies, divers educational backgrounds, and raw expertness. The panel will examine the constitution of the future work force that will enable it to meet approaching requirements .


  • Rising Leaders in Aerospace: Speed Mentoring

    Description

    Leaders in the aerospace industry will take meter to meet with the Rising Leaders participants and plowshare their experiences. This event is a great way to get insight and make fresh contacts .


  • Welcome Happy Hour in the Exposition Hall

    Description

    Take this opportunity to engage new contacts and refresh previous ones. A ticket for the reception is required and included in the registration fee where indicated. extra tickets for guests may be purchased upon registration or on web site, as outer space is available .

  • Join Heather Grisco with The Little Yoga Studio

    Room

    3rd floor at the Iconic pool

    Description

    Join Heather Grisco with The Little Yoga Studio at 0615 on the 3rd floor at the Iconic Pool at the Manchester Grand Hyatt for 45 minutes of guided yoga.  Connect your mind, body, and spirit and get ready for another great day at SciTech. 

    Session Participants
    • Heather-Grisco

      Heather Grisco

      RYT500, The Little Yoga Studio

    Join Heather Grisco with The Little Yoga Studio at 0615 on the 3floor at the Iconic Pool at the Manchester Grand Hyatt for 45 minutes of lead yoga. Connect your mind, body, and spirit and get cook for another bang-up day at SciTech .


  • Plenary Session: From Jars to Stars

    Description

    today ’ mho complex environmental challenges require innovative solutions that span the value chain. From supply chain circularity to space-based observations of a changing planet, engineering is a key partially of achieving our ball-shaped ambitions on climate and sustainability. Ball Corporation and Ball Aerospace purpose to address these global challenges by adopting a holistic set about, bridging worlds from aluminum recycling to satellite-based Earth observations and environmental intelligence. Learn how engineering can connect different sectors and accelerate sustainable exploitation .

    Moderator
    • H-Kevin-Rivers

      H. Kevin Rivers

      Associate Center Director, Technical, NASA Langley Research Center

    Speakers
    • Sara-Axelrod

      Sara Axelrod

      director of Sustainability, Beverage Packaging North and Central America, Ball Corporation

  • Emergent Capabilities in Unmanned Air Systems Design, Development, and Airspace Integration

    Description

    Come hear the latest about how General Atomics Aeronautical Systems is meeting their customers’ needs and then join them at their booth to discuss how you can collaborate.

    Speakers
    • Tim-Bleakley

      Timothy Bleakley

      Engineering Supervisor, Airspace Technology & Standards, General Atomics Aeronautical Systems, Inc .

    • Robert-Love

      Robert Love

      Staff Engineer, Aircraft Engineering, Advanced Aircraft Engineering, General Atomics Aeronautical Systems, Inc .

    Come hear the latest about how general Atomics aeronautical Systems is meeting their customers ’ needs and then join them at their booth to discuss how you can collaborate.

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  • Training & Collaboration for the Future

    Description

    Looking for ways to prepare, trail, and better inform students and new professionals entering the space industry ? Come learn about the on-line classes developed by GoSats on CubeSats, SmallSats, and the aerospace industry. We ‘ll be discussing best practices equally well as sharing insight on the collaborative environment we are building to further develop skills and knowledge-sharing opportunities in the quad community .

  • Career Advice for Students and Early Career Engineering Professionals

    Description

    Christopher Pestak, AIAA Fellow and Region IIIl Deputy Director of Education, provides utilitarian advice and steering for engineering students and professionals who are good beginning their career travel. He provides insights from his 39-year career as an engineer, group drawing card, plan coach, program director, and corporate administrator. His lecture is well described as helpful, no-nonsense, and fun .

    Speakers
    • Christopher-Pestak

      Christopher Pestak

      Program Manager, Glenn Engineering and Research Support ( GEARS )

  • AS-07/HIS-10 Special Session: Bombardier – Over 50 Years of Innovation

    Description

    This seance presents the great achievements and innovations in aviation, from the position of Bombardier, a key ball-shaped musician in the aerospace industry and world class business jet fabrication and servicing caller .

    Speakers
    • Fassi-Kafyeke-300x300

      Fassi Kafyeke

      Fellow Research, Innovation and Collaboration, Bombardier Inc .

  • Meet the Author with Don Edberg

    Description

    Design of Rockets and Space Launch Vehicles:   Interest is growing in outer space activeness, and many new launchers are in development. The 2022 AIAA Summerfield Book Award winner Design of Rockets and Space Launch Vehicles is a timely and comprehensive exposé of authoritative concepts and applications, providing enhanced understanding and vulnerability to practical aspects of plan, technology, manufacture, and testing. It answers many questions as to “ why things are done this way. ” Join Don for a brief HUB presentation followed by a book sign .

    Speakers
    • Don-Edberg-SciTech2022

      Don Edberg

      Professor, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona ( CPP )


  • Rising Leaders Lunch Panel

    Description

    A lively control panel discussion on breaking the mark around use in start-ups for young people and how start-up culture can drive change in industry. Boxed lunches available for the first 120 attendees .

  • An AIAA Journey: From ASM 30 (1992) to the 2030 Goals

    Description

    In 1991, Dr. Joe Casper of United Technologies Research Center called me to ask if Intelligent Light had any collaboration with an aerospace organization called “ AIAA. ” UTRC was a customer of our 3DV animation and try products and through their visual image visionary, David Edwards, were sponsoring the development of FieldView. therefore, when Joe said, “ they are having exhibits at the Reno touch for the beginning time, and you should be there, ” we jumped ! therefore began our association with AIAA. Looking ahead, despite many advances, we ’ ll need to break free of bequest processes if we are to exceed NASA ’ randomness 2030 goals .

    Speakers
    • Steve-Legensky-SciTech2022

      Steve M. Legensky

      President & CTO, Intelligent Light

  • Girls Take Flight Drone Program

    Description

    Students, respective of whom are FAA-Certified Drone Pilots, from the Elementary Institute of Science ‘s program, Girls Take Flight, will present and talk about the program and their experiences. The students will do a drone flight presentation and contribution what they ‘ve accomplished in the program, including a collage of their final project video that showcases plenty unlike ways to use drones .

    Speakers
    • Michelle-Gonzalez

      Michelle Gonzalez

      scholar, America ‘s Finest Charter School, Girls Take Flight

    • Fatima-Laugo

      Fatima Laugo

      scholar, Morse High School, Girls Take Flight

    • Shyanne-Smith

      Shyanne Smith

      scholar, Health Sciences High and Middle College, Girls Take Flight

    • Trinity-Watkins

      Trinity Watkins

      student, Morse High School, Girls Take Flight

  • DS-18 Dynamics Specialists Conference Keynote Address

    Description

    Lecture title: Dynamic Design

    Speakers
    • Andreas-Bernhard-300x300

      Andreas Bernhard

      director of Aircraft Design Engineering, Sikorsky a Lockheed Martin Company

    lecture title : Dynamic Design

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  • Forum 360: Idea Challenge: Harvesting Emerging, Adjacent Technologies to Benefit Aerospace Technologies

    Description

    now in its one-third year, the AIAA Idea Challenge at AIAA SciTech Forum provides young professionals with the opportunity to develop a gear for an idea or product that fits under the umbrella of “ Harvesting adjacent industry technologies to support aerospace sustainability. ” Teams comprising a mix of industry, government, and academic members will present their pitches during this seance. Audience members can ask questions, evaluate the pitches, and choose the winning team .

    Moderator
    • Michele-Miller

      Michele Miller

      Director, Missions and Systems Engineering, Ball Aerospace

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    Multiple Rooms

  • STR-22/SD-12/MAT-24: Structures, Structural Dynamics, and Materials Lecture

    Description

    Lecture title: “From Reduced-Order Modeling to Scientific Machine Learning: How Computational Science is Enabling the Design of Next-Generation Aerospace Systems”

    Speakers
    • Karen-Wilcox

      Karen E. Willcox

      AIAA Board of Trustees ; Director, Oden Institute for Computational Engineering and Sciences, University of Texas at Austin

    lecture title : “ From Reduced-Order Modeling to Scientific Machine Learning : How computational skill is Enabling the Design of Next-Generation Aerospace Systems ”

  • 2022 Dryden Lecture in Research

    Description

    lecture claim :  “Digital Tools for Designing Composite Aerostructures of the Future”
    The Dryden Lecture in Research was named in award of Dr. Hugh L. Dryden in 1967, succeeding the Research Award established in 1960. The lecture emphasizes the bang-up importance of basic and put on inquiry to the promotion in aeronautics and astronautics and is a salute to research scientists and engineers. It is open to attendees and the public .

    Speakers
    • Anthony-M-Waas

      Anthony M. Waas

      Anthony M. Waas, Richard A Auhll Department Chair and Felix Pawlowski Collegiate Professor, University of Michigan

  • Fun Run/Walk with AIAA Staff

    Description

    Explore San Diego with a 1-3 mile run/walk before starting your day ! fitting at the Manchester Grand Hyatt anteroom at 0600 .


  • Plenary Session: What Goes Up: Ensuring Sustainable Operations in the New Space Age

    Description

    The skies above are becoming more crowd and more clog, heightening the indigence for coordinated efforts to tackle the complex challenges that threaten sustainable space operations. Join The Aerospace Corporation President and CEO Steve Isakowitz as he explores key issues across orbital debris, space traffic management, space situational awareness and more, equally well as the potential ways forth to helping unlock a new era of human accomplishment in quad .

    Moderator
    • Karen E. Willcox

      AIAA Board of Trustees ; Director, Oden Institute for Computational Engineering and Sciences, University of Texas at Austin

    Speakers
    • Steven-Isakowitz

      The Honorable Steven J. Isakowitz

      President and CEO, The Aerospace Corporation

  • Evaluate the Aircraft of Tomorrow, Today: Preliminary Aircraft Design with Pacelab APD & SysArc

    Description

    This is an insertion to the shape and evaluation of amply parametric aircraft models with Pacelab APD, the premier off-the-rack preliminary design platform. The presentation illustrates a bit-by-bit conceptual design process, starting from an early assessment of requirements to setting up and evaluating a complex multidisciplinary parametric aircraft exemplary .

    Speakers
    • Carlos-Castro

      Carlos Castro

      senior Consultant, PACE

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    Multiple Rooms

  • Fly Like a Girl Documentary Screening (with popcorn!)

    Description

    Join us for a especial screening of Fly Like a Girl. Fly Like A Girl is more than barely a film. It ’ s a movement of young girls and women relentlessly pursuing their passion for aviation .

  • Aerospace Cybersecurity Online Capture the Flag Launch

    Description

    interest in a game of virtual capture-the-flag ? Aerospace Cybersecurity Online Capture-the-Flag, organized by Embry–Riddle Aeronautical University, a competitive hack or cybersecurity skills contest, will launch in conjunction with AIAA SciTech Forum

    Speakers
    • Anthony M. Waas

      Anthony M. Waas, Richard A Auhll Department Chair and Felix Pawlowski Collegiate Professor, University of Michigan

  • Aerospace America interview: Joby Aviation

    Description

    Join Aerospace America associate editor program Cat Hofacker for a Q & A with Tom Prevot, air cab intersection lead at Joby, about the California eVTOL company ’ sulfur efforts to begin vent taxi passenger flights in 2024. Time will be reserved at the goal for hearing questions .

    Speakers
    • Tom-Prevot

      Tom Prevot

      Air Taxi Product Lead, Joby Aviation

  • Meet the AIAA Aerospace Domain Leads

    Description

    To accelerate aerospace invention and build up in the twenty-first hundred, building upon its technical discipline foundation, AIAA is focusing on ever-higher levels of systems consolidation and applications on key topics that are relevant to growth and sustainability in the industry. Meet the domain leads for aeronautics, aerospace R & D, and space .

    Speakers
    • Ming-Ching

      Ming Chang

      AIAA Domain Lead for Aeronautics ; Senior Director of Flight Technologies, General Atomics Aeronautical Systems, Inc. ( Retired )

    • Scott-D-Fouse

      Scott D. Fouse

      AIAA Domain Lead for Aerospace R & D, Lockheed Martin Space Systems ( Retired ) ; Fouse Consulting Services

    • Julie-Van-Kleeck

      Julie Van Kleeck

      AIAA Domain Lead for Space ; Vice President, Advanced Space and Launch Systems Business Unit, Aerojet Rocketdyne ( ret. )

  • Paper Airplane Contest

    Description

    Show off your composition airplane making skills ! Use the template provided to create your best composition airplane and test out your throwing accuracy. Participants who get closest to the bullseye will win prizes !

  • SciTech Forum Awards Luncheon

    Description

    We honor our energetic students, our technical innovators, and our seasoned practitioners. We meet to elevate their work and encourage our community. validation of leverage for the lunch is required and included in the registration fee where indicated. admission for guests may be purchased onsite at the registration desk, as space is available. Please join us as we recognize the stick to winners :


  • AIAA Space Traffic Management (STM) Program Update

    Description

    Sandra Magnus, astronaut and former AIAA Executive Director, will provide an update on AIAA ’ s betrothal with policy makers and the media on STM matters .

    Speakers
    • Sandy-Magnus-2021

      Sandra Magnus

      Principal, AstroPlanetview LLC

  • In-Person Technical Sessions

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  • AIAA Autonomous Systems Task Force Outbrief

    Description

    The AIAA Autonomous Systems Task Force ( ASTF ), chartered to explore how AIAA could contribute to the progress of autonomy across the spectrum of aerospace activity, will provide an outbrief on outcomes from its November 2021 Aerospace Autonomy Summit. The acme ’ s objective was to convene aerospace autonomy leaders and experts from politics, industry, and academia to identify relevant aerospace autonomy stakeholders deoxyadenosine monophosphate well as salient policy, technical, and work force issues .

    Speakers
    • Glenn Kuller

      AIAA Aerospace Autonomy Summit Lead ; Partner, Kuller Consulting LLC

  • In-Person Technical Sessions

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  • Plenary Session: Clean Aviation Joint Undertaking

    Description

    The Clean Aviation Joint Undertaking is the European Union ’ s leading research and invention program for transforming aviation toward a sustainable and climate impersonal future. Pulling together the best talent and capabilities of the private and public sectors, developing up-to-date technologies, and making these available for a transformational jump in aircraft performance in the 2030s, the new Clean Aviation Joint Undertaking will pave the way toward the EU ’ randomness ambition of climate neutrality by 2050 .

    Moderator
    • Scott-Palo

      Scott Palo

      Victor Charles Schelke Endowed Professor, Colorado Center for Astrodynamics Research ; Professor, Aerospace Engineering Sciences, University of Colorado

    Speakers
    • Sebastien-Dubois-300x300

      Sébastien Dubois

      head of Programmes, Clean Aviation Joint Undertaking

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  • In-Person Technical Lecture

    Description

    AS-32: Special Session: Canadian Smart Materials and Adaptive Structures Research Programs III

    Adaptive Structures and Materials: A Buttress in the Development of Green and Safe Aircraft

    Speakers

    canadian Smart Materials and Adaptive Structures Research Programs IIIAdaptive Structures and Materials : A Buttress in the Development of Green and Safe Aircraft

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