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The American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA)

is the world's largest technical society dedicated to the global aerospace profession.

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    Organizing Committee

    Organizing Committee

    ASM Executive Chair

    Ray O. Johnson, SVP and Chief Technology Officer Lockheed Martin Corporation


    New Horizons Forum Technical Chair

    Lt General John T. (Tom) Sheridan, USAF (Ret.), Vice President, National Security Space, TheSI Organization, Inc. 


    Aerospace Sciences Meeting Chair

    Rob Vermeland, Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company


    Aeroacoustics

    Naval Agarwal, The Boeing Company


    Aerodynamic Measurement Technology

    Brian S. Thurow, Auburn University


    Air breathing Propulsion Systems Integration

    Dyna Benchergui, Bombardier Aerospace


    Aircraft Design

    Gil Crouse Jr., Auburn University


    Applied Aerodynamics

    Lamar M. Auman, U.S. Army AMRDEC


    Atmospheric and Space Environments

    Nelson Green, Jet Propulsion Laboratory


    Atmospheric Flight Mechanics

    Atilla Dogan, University of Texas at Arlington


    Design Engineering

    E. Russ Althof, Raytheon Missile Systems


    Education

    Dolores S. Krausche, Florida Center for Engineering Education


    Energetic Components and Systems

    Keith A. Gonthier, Louisiana State University


    Fluid Dynamics

    Gary Dale, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base

    Matthew Borg, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base


    Gas Turbine Engines

    Won-Wook Kim, GE Energy

     


     Green Engineering

     

     Richard A. Wahls, NASA Langley Research Center


    Ground Testing

    Thomas Wayman, Gulfstream Aerospace


    High Speed Air breathing Propulsion

    Ronald R. Springer, Johns Hopkins University


    History

    Cam Martin, NASA Dryden Flight Research


    Homeland Security

    James W. Somers, OSI


    Intelligent Systems

    Kevin Kochersberger, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

    Kelly Cohen, University of Cincinnati


    Meshing, Visualization, and Computational Environments

    Stephen Alter, NASA Langley Research Center


    Multidisciplinary Design Optimization

    Timothy Takahashi, Santa Clara University


    Plasmadynamics and Lasers

    Michael Stanek, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base


    Propellants and Combustion

    Keith R. McManus, GE Global Research Center


    Society and Aerospace Technology

    Soumyo Dutta, Georgia Institute of Technology 


    Software Systems

    James R. Murphy, NASA Ames Research Center


    Space Exploration and Colonization

    Mark Benton, The Boeing Company


    Space Operations and Support

    J. Paul Douglas, ASRC Aerospace Corp.


    Systems Engineering

    John C. Hsu, California State University, Long Beach


    Terrestrial Energy Applications of Aerospace Technology

    Ahsan Choudhuri, University of Texas at El Paso


    Thermophysics

    Ingrid Cotoros, Lockheed Martin Space Systems


    6th Symposium on Space Resource Utilization

    Julie E. Kleinhenz, NASA Glenn Research Center


    15th Weakly Ionized Gases Workshop

    Campbell D. Carter, U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory

    Charles F. Suchomel, U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory


    27th Symposium on Gravity Related Phenomena in Space Exploration

    Stephen D. Tse, Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey


    31st ASME Wind Energy Symposium

    Pat Moriarty, National Renewable Energy Laboratory