20th AIAA International Space Planes and Hypersonic Systems and Technologies Conference (Hypersonics 2015)
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20th AIAA International Space Planes and Hypersonic Systems and Technologies Conference (Hypersonics 2015)

6 - 9 July 2015
Location: Glasgow, Scotland
Venue: Strathclyde University Technology & Innovation Center


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The 20th AIAA International Space Planes and Hypersonic Systems and Technologies Conference provides a forum for discussion and exchange of information about leading-edge research and development activities. These activities are associated with space planes and hypersonic atmospheric flight vehicles and the technologies underpinning these capabilities, including national programs from Asia, Australia, Europe, and North America. Topics include:


  • Planned and ongoing space plane and hypersonic vehicle programs,
  • Advanced launch vehicle and hypersonic atmospheric flight vehicle concepts,
  • Commercial space tourism concepts,
  • Flight testing techniques, results, and lessons learned,
  • Reentry vehicle systems and technologies, aerodynamics and aerothermodynamics of space planes and hypersonic vehicles,
  • MHD and plasma aerodynamic flow control techniques, rocket, ramjet, scramjet, and other advanced propulsion systems, including component technologies (e.g., inlets, combustion systems, fuel injection concepts, ignition and flameholding concepts, nozzles),
  • High-temperature materials,
  • Hot structures and thermal protection systems,
  • Health monitoring and management technologies, and more.

 

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    Want to Present?

    The Call for Papers submission site is closed. For late abstract submission considerations please email the Technical Committee Representative, Dr. Adam Siebenhaar at adamoxy@outlook.com.


    Who Should Attend?

    • Engineering Managers and Executives
    • Engineers, Researchers, and Scientists
    • Young Aerospace Professionals
    • Educators and Students
    • Media Representatives

    Why Should You Attend?

    • To listen to the opinions of key thought leaders
    • To network with over 400 practitioners in the field
    • To learn from top aerospace educators
    • To exchange your views with other like-minded delegates