You have the chance to affect things. Some ideas that I’ve seen have started in hallway conversations at AIAA forums and a year later…5 years…10 years later you see the fruits of those discussions.—Rich Wahls, NASA Aeronautics Research Mission Directorate
5 Reasons You Should Attend the Forum
AIAA AVIATION Forum is headed to Dallas Texas! The 2019 program features discussions with respected aviation leaders—providing a single, structured gathering to help delegates navigate the key challenges and opportunities affecting the direction of global aviation policy, research and development, technological proliferation, environmental issues, and emerging markets. There are many reasons why you should attend the forum, but we’ve narrowed it down to five!
In a League of It's Own
AIAA AVIATION Forum is the only aviation event that covers the entire integrated spectrum of aviation business, research, development, and technology. The 2019 forum will explore how rapidly changing technology and emerging trends are shaping a future which promises to be strikingly different from the modern, global transportation built by our pioneers.
Papers, Papers, Papers.
Your peers will present over 1,100 technical presentations on the latest innovations spanning 20+ aviation and aeronautics research topics that will drive advancements in the industry.
The forum will bring together over 2,500 participants from across the globe representing hundreds of government, academic, and private institutions. You’ll have daily opportunities to meet prospective employers, engage with industry leadership, and connect with your peers.
Stay at the top of your game by registering for a pre-forum course or workshop. Four new courses have been added to the slate of educational offerings for 2019.
Hear from Experts.
The speakers and panelists participating in the plenary sessions and Forum 360s are proven business leaders and innovators. They are thought leaders with their fingers on the pulse of the aviation industry.
Bonus Reason: Recharge!
Break away from the office or classroom and be inspired by ideas that can help advance your profession and career.
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