48th Joint Propulsion Conference
Future Propulsion: Innovative, Affordable, Sustainable
AIAA, ASME, SAE, ASEE, and their industry partners proudly invite you to Atlanta, Georgia, for the 48th Joint Propulsion Conference and Exhibit (JPC). The design of our next generation flight and space systems will be dependent more than ever on innovative technologies providing high performance, increasingly efficient, sustainable, reliable, and affordable propulsion systems. Our ability to design, test, and fly new aircraft and spacecraft propulsion technologies will have far-reaching impacts on the revolutionary roles these complex systems play in our everyday lives.
Come to Atlanta and be part of the exciting future of the aerospace propulsion industry. The objective for JPC 2012 is to identify and highlight how innovative aerospace propulsion technologies powering both new and evolving systems are being designed, tested, and flown. Flight applications include next-generation commercial aircraft, regional, and business jets, military applications, supersonic/hypersonic high speed propulsion applications, commercial and government-sponsored launch systems, orbital insertion, satellite, and interstellar propulsion. Special panel sessions to be announced will focus on advanced system applications that can be used to showcase propulsion systems and components, and the technologies that enable them.
10th International Energy Conversion Engineering Conference
Aerospace Capabilities Applied to Solving Terrestrial Energy Problems - A Game Changer
The 10th International Energy Conversion Engineering Conference (IECEC) provides a forum to present and discuss engineering aspects of energy conversion technology, advanced energy and power systems, devices for terrestrial energy systems and aerospace applications, and the policies, programs, and environmental impacts associated with the development and utilization of these technologies. The IECEC is hosted by AIAA, which is joined this year by four participating organizations: the Heat Transfer Society of Japan, IEEE Aerospace and Electronic Systems Society, Egyptian Society of Mechanical Engineers, and Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers.