17–21 June 2019
Hilton Anatole, Dallas, Texas

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Saturday, 23 June-Sunday, 24 June, 2018

0800-17005th AIAA Workshop on Benchmark Problems for Airframe Noise Computations (BANC-V)Room: TBD
SESSION DESCRIPTION: 

This workshop will provide a forum for a thorough assessment of simulation-based noise-prediction tools in the context of airframe configurations, including both near-field unsteady flow and the acoustic radiation generated via the interaction of this flow with solid surfaces. Participants will identify current gaps in physical understanding, experimental databases, and prediction capability for the major sources of airframe noise. The BANC-V workshop, organized by the AIAA Aeroacoustics Technical Committee, will:

  • Identify current gaps in physical understanding, experimental databases, and prediction capability for the major sources of airframe noise
  • Help determine best practices and accelerate the development of benchmark quality datasets
  • Promote coordinated studies of common configurations for maximum impact on the current state of the art in the understanding and prediction of airframe noise.
0800-1700Design of Electric and Hybrid-Electric AircraftRoom: TBD
SESSION DESCRIPTION: 

In this course, participants learn about current development in electric and hybrid electric aircraft. Participants will learn how to design electric and hybrid electric aircraft starting from the top-level aircraft requirements. Design examples will include an electric air taxi and a hybrid-electric aircraft with distributed propulsion. Various powertrains will be examined including pure electric, parallel hybrid, serial hybrid, and combinations. It will be demonstrated which design variables are unique to electric and hybrid electric aircraft and how the sizing process of the powertrain components can be carried out.

0800-1700Missile AerodynamicsRoom: TBD
SESSION DESCRIPTION: 

A system-level approach is provided for missile aerodynamic design, development, and system engineering. The methods presented are generally simple closed-form analytical expressions that are physics-based, to provide insight into the primary driving parameters. Sizing examples are presented for rocket-powered missiles, ramjet-powered missiles, turbo-jet powered missiles, and guided bombs. Typical values of missile aerodynamic parameters and the characteristics of current operational missiles are presented. Videos illustrate missile aerodynamic development activities and performance. Each student will design, build, and fly a small air rocket in a design, build, and fly competition. The instructor’s textbook Missile Design and System Engineering (Fleeman, AIAA, 2012) will be provided as part of the course registration.

0800-1730OpenFOAM® Foundations CourseRoom: TBD
SESSION DESCRIPTION: 

This course introduces the open source CFD toolbox, OpenFOAM. It provides a foundation for all aspects of OpenFOAM, from running cases to programming, so is useful to both new users and existing users wishing to broaden their basic knowledge of OpenFOAM.

0800-1700Optimal Design in Multidisciplinary Systems: State of the Art Methods, Practical Applications, and Emerging TrendsRoom: TBD
SESSION DESCRIPTION: 

When you are designing or evaluating a complicated engineering system such as an aircraft or a launch vehicle, can you effectively reconcile the multitude of conflicting requirements, interactions, and objectives? This course discusses the underlying challenges in such an environment, and introduces you to methods and tools that have been developed over the years.

You will be presented with a review of the state-of-the-art methods for design optimization. You will learn about a variety of numerical optimization algorithms and about their respective advantages and disadvantages so that you can decide on the most effective approach for a given design optimization problem. You will learn the details of selected optimization algorithms so that you can better utilize them in practice. We will also review methods for sensitivity analysis, which is crucial for leveraging the efficiency of gradient-based algorithms, including the adjoint method.

We will discuss problem formulation, for both single discipline and multidisciplinary problems. You will learn about the various multidisciplinary design optimization architectures. The course will take you to system-level applications where performance of the system depends on the interactions and synergy of all its parts. In addition to imparting skills immediately applicable, the course will give you a perspective on emerging trends.

 

0800-1730Practical Design Methods for Aircraft and Rotorcraft Flight Control for Manned and UAV Applications with Hands-on Training using CONDUIT®Room: TBD
SESSION DESCRIPTION: 

The course will be a combination of lectures, interspersed with associated hands-on lab exercises (aircraft and rotorcraft) to be completed by the students on their own computers using the standalone version of CONDUIT® that is also provided with the book. While our design approach is based on multi-objective parametric optimization, we intend that course attendees who use a different design method will still find the course a useful and comprehensive presentation of well validated flight-control principles and rules of thumb. This course should challenge the practicing engineer to consider where their flight-control processes can be improved or augmented. The many examples from recent manned and UAV aircraft programs illustrate the effectiveness of this technology for rapidly solving difficult integration problems. Also, while we make reference the basic tenants of feedback control theory, our focus in this course is on reducing the theoretical methods of aircraft and rotorcraft flight control to design practice for students and working-level engineers.

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Sunday, 24 June, 2018

1600-1800Meet the Employers Recruiting EventRoom: Centennial IV
SESSION DESCRIPTION: 

This event offers students and young professional attendees the opportunity to meet AIAA corporate members in a fun and dynamic environment where they will interact with organizations regarding employment opportunities. 

1800-1930Student Welcome ReceptionRoom: Regency Ballroom V
SESSION DESCRIPTION: 

Mingle with your peers and hear from AIAA Executive Director Dan Dumbacher. 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 member.

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Monday, 25 June, 2018

0730-0800Speakers' BriefingRoom: Session Rooms
0800-0900New Paradigms in AviationRoom: Centennial I-III
SESSION DESCRIPTION: 

Aerospace is in a time of transition. While big rockets and sports cars in orbit grab global headlines, the aviation community is quietly establishing new paradigms that will have near-term, broad impacts on the way we interact with flying machines. Through collaboration and innovation, established and emerging aerospace companies are developing breakthrough technologies that will enable new products and services.

Building on last year’s “Evolving Culture of Aviation” panel session, this year’s opening plenary will explore our theme of “Expanding the Envelope: Partnering for Transformation” and bring together experts from both startup and traditional aviation companies to discuss how cooperation and partnerships are leading to advancements that are powering the next aviation revolution.

 

Juan J. Alonso (Moderator)-Professor, Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Stanford UniversityJuan J. Alonso (Moderator)Professor, Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Stanford University
Jack OJack O'BanionVice President, Strategy and Customer Requirements, Advanced Development Programs, Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company
Pradeep Fernandes-Managing Director, Disruptive Horizons, Boeing HorizonXPradeep FernandesManaging Director, Disruptive Horizons, Boeing HorizonX
Ilan Kroo -Thomas V. Jones Professor of Engineering, Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Stanford UniversityIlan Kroo Thomas V. Jones Professor of Engineering, Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Stanford University
Rodin Lyasoff-Chief Executive Officer, A³ by AirbusRodin LyasoffChief Executive Officer, A³ by Airbus
0900-0930Networking Break
0930-1130Forum 360: Rapid Spiral Development From Ground to FlightRoom: Centennial IV
SESSION DESCRIPTION: 

Rapid feasibility of new technologies and systems has slowed down in the last half century. From 1946 for 25 years, 28 X-planes were flown. After several Space Vehicle accidents, for the next 50 years only 30 x-planes were flown. To keep up with the global market growth and the internet of things, aerospace companies need to move toward faster feasibility and prototyping. Come listen to five aerospace companies that keep rapid prototyping to flight at the forefront of their business models.

Starr Ginn (Moderator)-Deputy Aeronautics Research Director, NASA Armstrong Flight Research CenterStarr Ginn (Moderator)Deputy Aeronautics Research Director, NASA Armstrong Flight Research Center
Charles Ashton-Senior Engineer, AeroVironmentCharles AshtonSenior Engineer, AeroVironment
Scott Drennan-Director, Innovation, BellScott DrennanDirector, Innovation, Bell
Steve Ericson-Director of Advanced Design, The Spaceship CompanySteve EricsonDirector of Advanced Design, The Spaceship Company
Bob Morgan-Director of Research and Development, Scaled CompositesBob MorganDirector of Research and Development, Scaled Composites
Michael Swanson-Chief Engineer, Advanced Development Programs, Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company Michael SwansonChief Engineer, Advanced Development Programs, Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company
0930-1230Technical Sessions
0930-1930NASA University Leadership Initiative Technical InterchangeRoom: Regency Ballroom VI
SESSION DESCRIPTION: 

NASA’s Aeronautics Research Mission Directorate created the University Leadership Initiative (ULI) for a new type of interaction with the university community, where universities take the lead, build their own teams, and set their own research path. ULI seeks new, innovative ideas that can support the NASA Aeronautics portfolio and the U.S. aviation community. 

The ULI Technical Interchange is the ideal event to discover cutting-edge research and technologies that will advance U.S. aviation and for an inspired idea exchange and networking for both leads and partners looking to participate in future ULI solicitations.

1230-1400Networking Lunch on Own
SESSION DESCRIPTION: 

Take this time to have lunch with a colleague or someone new.

1400-1600Forum 360: Investment Perspectives on the Aviation MarketRoom: Centennial IV
Van Espahbodi-Co-Founder, Managing Partner, Starburst Aerospace AcceleratorVan EspahbodiCo-Founder, Managing Partner, Starburst Aerospace Accelerator
Maryanna Saenko-Principal, Khosla VenturesMaryanna SaenkoPrincipal, Khosla Ventures
Brian Schettler-Managing Director, Boeing HorizonX VenturesBrian SchettlerManaging Director, Boeing HorizonX Ventures
Peter Truwit-Associate, Seraph GroupPeter TruwitAssociate, Seraph Group
1400-1730Technical Sessions
1600-1630Networking Break
1630-1930Rising Leaders in Aerospace: Speed Mentoring and ReceptionRoom: Regency Ballroom V
SESSION DESCRIPTION: 

Accomplished members of corporations and AIAA will be taking time to meet with the Rising Leaders participants and share their experiences. This event is a great way to get insight from top-level officials and make some great new contacts. And, maybe, they will end up being a mentor for more than just the 15 minutes at this event. 

Continue your conversations and networking at the reception which will immediately follow. Take time to socialize with your fellow young professionals who are also attending the conference. Having just participated in the speed mentoring, you’ll definitely have at least one thing in common.  Don’t miss this rewarding opportunity. 

 

1730-1830Aerodynamics Award LectureRoom: International South
1730-1830Aeroacoustics Award Lecture Room: International North
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Tuesday, 26 June, 2018

0730-0800Speakers' BriefingRoom: Session Rooms
0800-0900Evolution of the F-35Room: Centennial I-III
Jeff Babione-Vice President and General Manager, Advanced Development Programs, Lockheed Martin Aeronautics CompanyJeff BabioneVice President and General Manager, Advanced Development Programs, Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company
0900-0930Networking Break
0930-1130Forum 360: Reflection on Partnerships within the F-35 EnterpriseRoom: Centennial IV
SESSION DESCRIPTION: 

This panel will feature perspectives from across the F-35 enterprise – engineering, supply chain, customers, and partners.

Graham Warwick (Moderator)-Technology Managing Editor, Aviation Week & Space TechnologyGraham Warwick (Moderator)Technology Managing Editor, Aviation Week & Space Technology
Eric Branyan-Vice President, F-35 Supply Chain Management, Lockheed Martin Corporation Eric BranyanVice President, F-35 Supply Chain Management, Lockheed Martin Corporation
Declan Holland (Invited)-Vice President US Business, BAE Systems, Inc.Declan Holland (Invited)Vice President US Business, BAE Systems, Inc.
Frank Carus-Vice President and JSF F-35 Program Manager, Aerospace Systems, Northrop Grumman CorporationFrank CarusVice President and JSF F-35 Program Manager, Aerospace Systems, Northrop Grumman Corporation
Thomas Johnson-(Ret.) F135 Program Chief Engineer, Pratt & WhitneyThomas Johnson(Ret.) F135 Program Chief Engineer, Pratt & Whitney
John Mazur-Lead, Foreign Military Sales, F-35 Joint Program OfficeJohn MazurLead, Foreign Military Sales, F-35 Joint Program Office
J.D. McFarlan-Vice President, F-35 Test & Verification, Lockheed Martin CorporationJ.D. McFarlanVice President, F-35 Test & Verification, Lockheed Martin Corporation
0930-1230Technical Sessions
1230-1400Excellence in Aerospace Awards Luncheon (ticket required)Room: Centennial I-III
1300-1630Exposition Hall OpenRoom: Grand Hall
1400-1600Forum 360: Inventors and InnovatorsRoom: Centennial IV
John Tylko (Moderator)-Chief Innovation Officer, Aurora Flight Sciences CorporationJohn Tylko (Moderator)Chief Innovation Officer, Aurora Flight Sciences Corporation
Andrew Gibson-President & Co-Founder, Empirical Systems Aerospace, Inc.Andrew GibsonPresident & Co-Founder, Empirical Systems Aerospace, Inc.
Bruce Holmes-Vice President, Digital Aviation, SmartSky Networks, LLC Bruce HolmesVice President, Digital Aviation, SmartSky Networks, LLC
Daniel Morris-Director, REaKTOR Business Technology Innovation Center, National Institute of AerospaceDaniel MorrisDirector, REaKTOR Business Technology Innovation Center, National Institute of Aerospace
Kevin Noertker-Co-Founder, Chief Executive Officer, AmpaireKevin NoertkerCo-Founder, Chief Executive Officer, Ampaire
1400-1730Technical Sessions
1600-1630Networking Break in the Exposition HallRoom: Grand Hall
1730-1830Fluid Dynamics Award LectureRoom: International South
1730-1830Aeroacoustics Award LectureRoom: International North
1830-2000Opening Reception in the Exposition Hall (ticket required)Room: Grand Hall
SESSION DESCRIPTION: 

Take this opportunity to make new contacts and engage with old ones. Local soft rock/acoustic artist Brandon Crocker will perform. A ticket for the reception is required and included in the registration fee where indicated. Additional tickets for guests may be purchased upon registration or on site, as space is available.

 

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Wednesday, 27 June, 2018

0730-0800Speakers' BriefingRoom: Session Rooms
0800-0900Aviation Transformation - The Ultimate Team SportRoom: Centennial I-III
Michael Huerta -Senior Advisor, Macquarie HoldingsMichael Huerta Senior Advisor, Macquarie Holdings
0845-1630Exposition Hall OpenRoom: Grand Hall
0900-0930Networking Break in Exposition HallRoom: Grand Hall
0930-1130Forum 360: Air Traffic Management ModernizationRoom: Centennial IV
SESSION DESCRIPTION: 

This year the AIAA Aerospace Traffic Management Integration Committee has developed a pioneering Forum 360 specifically addressing the opportunities/issues regarding Aerospace Traffic Management (ATM) Modernization facing the nation today. This is a key element within both the national infrastructure and future aviation plans/objectives arenas. An expert panel will be discussing the most wanted next steps (and how to prioritize them) toward modernizing the ATM arena, offer perspectives that encompass challenges and barriers to establishing successful approaches regarding the National ATM system Modernization. The Forum 360 panel is comprised of leading commercial and governmental executives/experts which span the aviation environments of Airlines such as the Federal Aviation Administration, Air Traffic Controllers, General Aviation, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, etc. 

Donald Richardson (Moderator)-Donald Richardson (Moderator)
Greg Bowles-Vice President, Global Innovation & Policy, General Aviation Manufacturers Association (GAMA)Greg BowlesVice President, Global Innovation & Policy, General Aviation Manufacturers Association (GAMA)
Ravi Chaudhary-Director, Advanced Programs and Innovation, Office of Commercial Space Transportation, FAARavi ChaudharyDirector, Advanced Programs and Innovation, Office of Commercial Space Transportation, FAA
Parimal Kopardekar -Senior Technologist for Air Transportation Systems, Ames Research Center, NASAParimal Kopardekar Senior Technologist for Air Transportation Systems, Ames Research Center, NASA
Robert Pearce -Deputy Associate Administrator for Strategy, Acting Director for Airspace Operations and Safety Program, Aeronautics Research Mission Directorate, NASA HeadquartersRobert Pearce Deputy Associate Administrator for Strategy, Acting Director for Airspace Operations and Safety Program, Aeronautics Research Mission Directorate, NASA Headquarters
Joseph Post-Director, NAS System Engineering and Integration, FAAJoseph PostDirector, NAS System Engineering and Integration, FAA
Richard Terry-Director of Line Operations, Delta Air LinesRichard TerryDirector of Line Operations, Delta Air Lines
James Ullmann -Director of Safety and Technology, National Air Traffic Controllers Association (NATCA)James Ullmann Director of Safety and Technology, National Air Traffic Controllers Association (NATCA)
0930-1230Technical Sessions
1200-1400Networking Lunch On Own
SESSION DESCRIPTION: 

Take this time to have lunch with a colleague or someone new.

1230-1400Rising Leaders in Aerospace: Lunch Panel- Moving Us Forward: Growing Diversity in the Aerospace SectorRoom: Regency Ballroom V
SESSION DESCRIPTION: 

Despite making major advances in recent years, the aerospace sector still struggles with diversity, as many groups which comprise a large portion of the US labor force only account for a small fraction of the aerospace workforce. This panel will provide perspectives on the role of diversity in STEM fields and how creating a diverse workforce can propel technological innovation.  Panelists will also discuss efforts and best practices for closing the gap in STEM fields for minorities and women. Panelists will share their personal commitment, experiences, and activities related to growing diversity in the workforce as well as the efforts of their associated organizations.

Co-Sponsored by the AIAA Diversity Working Group
Boxed lunches will be available for the first 50 young professionals who attend. 

 

Cynthia Calhoun (Moderator)-Deputy Chief, Program and Project Assurance Division, NASA Glenn Research CenterCynthia Calhoun (Moderator)Deputy Chief, Program and Project Assurance Division, NASA Glenn Research Center
Ashlie Flegel-Aerospace Engineer, Fluid Mechanics Icing Branch, NASA Glenn Research CenterAshlie FlegelAerospace Engineer, Fluid Mechanics Icing Branch, NASA Glenn Research Center
Birdel Jackson, III-President, Jackson-Davis FoundationBirdel Jackson, IIIPresident, Jackson-Davis Foundation
Rumaasha Maasha-Aerospace Engineer, Dynamics, Loads, and Strength Branch, NASA Marshall Space Flight CenterRumaasha MaashaAerospace Engineer, Dynamics, Loads, and Strength Branch, NASA Marshall Space Flight Center
Christine Pastor-Barsi-Aerospace Engineer, NASA Glenn Research CenterChristine Pastor-BarsiAerospace Engineer, NASA Glenn Research Center
Amanda Simpson-Vice President, Research and Technology, AirbusAmanda SimpsonVice President, Research and Technology, Airbus
1300-1400SAE/AIAA William Littlewood Memorial LectureRoom: Centennial I-III
SESSION DESCRIPTION: 

Highly Efficient Civil Aviation, Now via Operations - AAR & Challenges

 

Raj Nangia-Research Fellow, University of BristolRaj NangiaResearch Fellow, University of Bristol
1400-1600Forum 360 Session: Entering a New Era of General Aviation (Part 23)Room: Centennial IV
SESSION DESCRIPTION: 

The technologies and infrastructure needed to support the future of General Aviation (GA), development of On Demand Mobility (ODM) and full realization of Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) are destined to converge over the next decade.

GA is the current day form of ODM and emerging technologies can help improve its utility through reductions in cost of both acquisition and operation along with improvements in ease of use. Cross use of technologies will put greater demands on airspace, suggesting an increasing need for air traffic control automation and coverage, systems for detect and avoid on all platforms, weather prediction and mitigation technologies, and aeronautical decision tools for a growing user base.

This Forum will include panelists currently involved in each of these areas of aviation as well as innovators and forward thinkers who will be challenged to discuss how synergy of these technologies and use cases can advance and integrate all three.

 

Nicholas Borer (Moderator)-Advanced Air Vehicle Configurator Technical Lead, Aeronautics Systems Analysis Branch, NASA Langley Research CenterNicholas Borer (Moderator)Advanced Air Vehicle Configurator Technical Lead, Aeronautics Systems Analysis Branch, NASA Langley Research Center
Ella Atkins-Professor, Aerospace Engineering, University of MichiganElla AtkinsProfessor, Aerospace Engineering, University of Michigan
Anna Dietrich-Co-Founder, TerrafugiaAnna DietrichCo-Founder, Terrafugia
Stéphane Fymat -Vice President, Product Management and Marketing, BendixKing, Honeywell AerospaceStéphane Fymat Vice President, Product Management and Marketing, BendixKing, Honeywell Aerospace
Zohaib Mian-Senior Autonomous Systems Architect, Mercedes-Bosch Autonomous Driving Project, Robert Bosch LLCZohaib MianSenior Autonomous Systems Architect, Mercedes-Bosch Autonomous Driving Project, Robert Bosch LLC
Wes Ryan -Unmanned Systems Certification Lead, Policy & Innovation Division, Federal Aviation AdministrationWes Ryan Unmanned Systems Certification Lead, Policy & Innovation Division, Federal Aviation Administration
David Sizoo-FAADavid SizooFAA
1400-1730Technical Sessions
1600-1630Networking Break
1600-1730Rising Leaders in Aerospace: General Aviation Technical Committee and Rising Leaders ReceptionRoom: Terrace Foyer
SESSION DESCRIPTION: 

Students and young professionals are invited to network with panelists from the Forum 360 Session: Entering a New Era of General Aviation (Part 23), members of the General Aviation Technical Committee, and their peers. Discuss the future of general aviation, including electric flight, simplified vehicle operations and unmanned aircraft technologies; and learn more about the committee members’ roles within AIAA and the industry. 

1730-1830 MDO LectureRoom: International South
1730-1830Aeroacoustics Award LectureRoom: International North
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Thursday, 28 June, 2018

0730-0800Speakers' BriefingRoom: Session Rooms
0800-0900A New Era of FlightRoom: Centennial I-III
Michael Thacker-Executive Vice President, Technology and Innovation, BellMichael ThackerExecutive Vice President, Technology and Innovation, Bell
0845-1630Exposition Hall OpenRoom: Grand Hall
0900-0930Networking Break in the Exposition HallRoom: Grand Hall
0930-1130Forum 360: NASA Aeronautics at the Dawn of a New Era of AviationRoom: Centennial IV
SESSION DESCRIPTION: 

Today, we stand on the cusp of the next era in aviation. Recent technology advances are coming together to enable breakthroughs in the speed and efficiency of the transport aircraft that are the backbone of the aviation system. Other breakthroughs will enable new markets for smaller aircraft, from unmanned aircraft systems that serve search and rescue, agriculture, and commerce applications to the potential for new modes of personal transport.

Panelists will include senior leaders from NASA Aeronautics who will discuss strategic directions for sustainable growth in subsonic transports, the safe and efficient emergence of new small aircraft markets, the reemergence of the supersonic transport market, and the fully integrated airspace system in which they must co-exist.

 

Richard "Rich" Wahls (Moderator)-Strategic Technical Advisor, Advanced Air Vehicles Program, Aeronautics Research Mission Directorate, NASA HeadquartersRichard "Rich" Wahls (Moderator)Strategic Technical Advisor, Advanced Air Vehicles Program, Aeronautics Research Mission Directorate, NASA Headquarters
Robert Pearce (Opening Remarks)-Deputy Associate Administrator for Strategy, Acting Director for Airspace Operations and Safety Program, Aeronautics Research Mission Directorate, NASA HeadquartersRobert Pearce (Opening Remarks)Deputy Associate Administrator for Strategy, Acting Director for Airspace Operations and Safety Program, Aeronautics Research Mission Directorate, NASA Headquarters
Peter Coen-Manager, Commercial Supersonic Technology Project - Advanced Air Vehicles Program, Aeronautics Research Mission Directorate, NASA Peter CoenManager, Commercial Supersonic Technology Project - Advanced Air Vehicles Program, Aeronautics Research Mission Directorate, NASA
Jay Dryer -Director: Advanced Air Vehicles Program, Aeronautics Research Mission Directorate, NASAJay Dryer Director: Advanced Air Vehicles Program, Aeronautics Research Mission Directorate, NASA
Davis Hackenberg -Strategy Advisor for Urban Air Mobility, Aeronautics Research Mission Directorate, NASA HeadquartersDavis Hackenberg Strategy Advisor for Urban Air Mobility, Aeronautics Research Mission Directorate, NASA Headquarters
Parimal Kopardekar -Senior Technologist for Air Transportation Systems, Ames Research Center, NASAParimal Kopardekar Senior Technologist for Air Transportation Systems, Ames Research Center, NASA
Craig Nickol-Manager, Low Boom Flight Demonstrator Project, Integrated Aviation Systems Program, Aeronautics Research Mission Directorate, NASA HeadquartersCraig NickolManager, Low Boom Flight Demonstrator Project, Integrated Aviation Systems Program, Aeronautics Research Mission Directorate, NASA Headquarters
0930-1230Technical Sessions
1230-1400Luncheon in the Exposition Hall (ticket required)Room: Grand Hall
1400-1600Forum 360: Europe, Open to the World to Transform AviationRoom: Centennial IV
David Hills (Moderator)-Senior Partnership Manager, AirbusDavid Hills (Moderator)Senior Partnership Manager, Airbus
Matej Andrejašič-Head, Aerodynamics, Pipistrel Vertical SolutionsMatej AndrejašičHead, Aerodynamics, Pipistrel Vertical Solutions
Pier-Davide Ciampa-Team Lead, Multidisciplinary Design and Optimization, German Aerospace Center (DLR)Pier-Davide CiampaTeam Lead, Multidisciplinary Design and Optimization, German Aerospace Center (DLR)
Sebastiano Fumero-Head of Unit - Aeronautics, Research and Innovation Directorate General, European CommissionSebastiano FumeroHead of Unit - Aeronautics, Research and Innovation Directorate General, European Commission
Pablo Perez-Illana-Programme Officer, Research and Innovation Directorate General, European Commission Pablo Perez-IllanaProgramme Officer, Research and Innovation Directorate General, European Commission
Joeri De Ruytter-Research and Technology Business Development and Partnerships, Honeywell Aerospace EuropeJoeri De RuytterResearch and Technology Business Development and Partnerships, Honeywell Aerospace Europe
1400-1630Technical Sessions
1600-1630Networking break
1630-1730Rising Leaders in Aerospace: Partnerships for Transformation and Skills for the Next 100 years in AerospaceRoom: Centennial IV
SESSION DESCRIPTION: 

Check back for speakers and session description 

 

Starr Ginn-Deputy Aeronautics Research Director, NASA Armstrong Flight Research CenterStarr GinnDeputy Aeronautics Research Director, NASA Armstrong Flight Research Center
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Friday, 29 June, 2018

0730-0800Speakers' BriefingRoom: Session Rooms
0800-0900Drone Technology: Leading the Data RevolutionRoom: Centennial I-III
Anil Nanduri -Vice President and General Manager, Drone Group, Intel CorporationAnil Nanduri Vice President and General Manager, Drone Group, Intel Corporation
0900-0930Networking Break
0930-1130Forum 360: A Path to Supersonic Commercial TravelRoom: Centennial IV
Robert "Robbie" Cowart (Moderator)-Director, Supersonic Technology Development, Gulfstream Aerospace CorporationRobert "Robbie" Cowart (Moderator)Director, Supersonic Technology Development, Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation
Mike Hinderberger-Senior Vice President, Aircraft Development, Aerion CorporationMike HinderbergerSenior Vice President, Aircraft Development, Aerion Corporation
David Richardson -Director for Air Vehicle Design and Technology, Advanced Development Programs, Lockheed Martin Aeronautics CompanyDavid Richardson Director for Air Vehicle Design and Technology, Advanced Development Programs, Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company
Blake Scholl-Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Boom SupersonicBlake SchollFounder and Chief Executive Officer, Boom Supersonic
Kevin Welsh-Executive Director, Office of Environment and Energy, FAAKevin WelshExecutive Director, Office of Environment and Energy, FAA
0930-1230Technical Sessions
1230-1400Networking Lunch on Own
SESSION DESCRIPTION: 

Take this time to have lunch with a colleague or someone new.

1400-1730Technical Sessions
1600-1630Networking Break
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