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Abstract Submission Begins:
3 October 2023

Abstract Deadline:
12 December 2023, 2000 hrs Eastern Time Zone, USA

Author Notification:
18 March 2024

Manuscript/Presentation:
24 June 2024, 2000 hrs Eastern Time Zone, USA

*Dates are subject to change.


Review the 2023 program below.

All times are listed in Pacific Time (PDT)
  • 1830 – 1930
    Student Welcome Mixer
    Description
    Mingle with your peers and hear from AIAA leadership. This is a student-only event.
  • 0800 – 0900
    Opening Keynote - Revolutionary Leaps Toward a New Age of Aviation
    Room

    Room: Grand Hall A-C

    Description
    • Introductory Remarks

      Linda-OBrienLinda O'Brien
      Vice President and Chief Engineer, Lockheed Martin
    Keynote
  • 0900 – 0930
    Networking Break
  • 0930 – 1130
    Live Technical Sessions
  • 0930 – 1130
    Forum 360: Revolutionary Leaps Toward a New Age of Aviation, Part 1
    Room

    Room: Grand Hall A-C

    Description
    • The aviation industry has had some very important successes over the past year, and some exciting changes coming to the industry. Our executives will cover these subjects, and provide their view of the impact of advancing technology, as we assess the current and future state of the industry!

    • Lead in presentation: White House Aviation Policy Initiative
      “A Vision for America’s Continued Global Leadership in Aeronautics”

      Presenter

      Ezinne-Uzo-Okoro-2023Ezinne Uzo-Okoro
      Assistant Director for Space Policy
      OSTP

    Moderator
    Panelists
  • 1130 – 1300
    Networking Lunch
  • 1300 – 1500
    Live Technical Sessions
  • 1330 – 1430
    FlightLab: Readiness of SAF, electric and hydrogen infrastructure
    Room

    Harbor H

    Description

    When talking about sustainable aviation, we tend to focus on the development of the technology and say that the infrastructure development is challenging because it is an "egg and chicken" scenario. Yet, we need to have some level of infrastructure ready to support the aircraft when they enter the market. Therefore, we must understand the level of infrastructure needed when the aircraft enter the market and also further down the road.   This debate will look at the level of infrastructure required to support sustainable aviation in the near term and how to futureproof it. When talking about looking at the infrastructure required, we can leverage the learnings we have had with other industries. While from an engineering perspective, all three infrastructures can be delivered, we must understand how they can become economically feasible and make sense in terms of energy intensity/requirements.

    Panelists
  • 1330 – 1500
    Forum 360: Revolutionary Leaps Toward a New Age of Aviation, Part 2
    Room

    Room: Grand Hall A-C

    Description

    New technologies, customer demand for saving time, and the need to decarbonize aviation are about to bring a sea of change to the aerospace industry, leaving the current tube-and-wing designs behind for a new generation of aircraft that will be radically different. Meet the leaders of the cutting-edge companies working on these new technologies and listen to their views and visions for the aircraft of the future.

    Moderator
    Panelists
  • 1400 – 1600
    Journal Peer Reviewer 101
    Room

    Coronado D

    Description

    AIAA's journals are the best resource for staying current on the latest aerospace research and development. Reporting on the most important aerospace advances, AIAA‘s eight active technical journals feature original research papers spanning the spectrum of aerospace science and technology.

    Learn about the peer review process for AIAA journals from Editors-in-Chief and Associate Editors of several AIAA journals. Help evaluate the technical content, importance to the field, style and clarity, and completeness of manuscripts. RSVP required.

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  • 1500 – 1530
    Networking Break
  • 1530 – 1700
    Forum 360: NASA's Year of Aviation
    Room

    Room: Grand Hall A-C

    Description

    The NASA Aeronautics research portfolio is exploring and delivering on a number of impactful transformational innovations, and has begun several new systems technology demonstration initiatives with the promise of long-term value to aviation community. You will hear NASA executive leadership speak to its compelling research and development portfolio, and will also hear from technical leaders who are pushing the boundaries with some of NASA’s newest activities and future workforce investments.

    • Lead in presentation: NASA's Year of Aviation

      Presenters

      John-CavolowskyJohn A. Cavolowsky
      Director, Transformative Aeronautics Concepts Program, NASA Aeronautics Research Mission Directorate (ARMD) NASA

    • Robert PearceRobert Pearce
      Associate Administrator, Aeronautics Research Mission Directorate, National Aeronautics and Space Administration

    Moderator
    • Barbara-Esker-2023 Barbara Esker
      Assistant Deputy Associate Administrator for Missions, Aeronautics Research Mission Directorate, NASA
    Panelists
  • 1530 – 1700
    FlightLab: Zero Emission Aviation - A Status Report on Global Efforts
    Room

    Harbor H

    Description

    This is a topic where multiple research teams, almost in partnership with OEM's, are working at present around the globe. Several programs have been funded under EU Horizons program, Recently, NASA ARMD invited new ideas on "Zero Emission Aviation" under its University Leadership Initiative. Two teams were funded, and new one(s) may be funded by the time of this conference. Under Trailblazers program, Australian government has also funded efforts on decarbonization of aviation.     This proposed session is intended to invite researchers from all these teams from across the globe together under a common forum, so that latest advances can be shared and challenges discussed.

    Panelists
  • 1530 – 1730
    Meet the Employers
    Room

    Grand Hall D

    Description

    Students and young professionals—you are invited to network with AIAA Corporate members during Meet the Employers at the 2023 AIAA AVIATION Forum in San Diego, California.

    This is a can’t-miss occasion where you can meet with AIAA Corporate Member recruiters, and ask questions about internships, full-time employment opportunities, organizational culture, company projects, and anything else you want to know. Companies in attendance include our AIAA Corporate Partners, Boeing and Lockheed Martin, and our AIAA Corporate Members: Aurora, AxientCentennial Software Solutions, General Atomics, Gulfstream, MIT Lincoln Labs, Northrop Grumman, Quartus Engineering, RaytheonRolls Royce, Semper SkySpirit Aerosystems, Stratolaunch, and Whisper Aero.

  • 1730 – 1830
    AIAA Wright Brothers Lecture in Aeronautics Award
    Description
    AIAA Wright Brothers Lecture in Aeronautics: Larry A. Young, 12 June 2023
  • 0800 – 0900
    Opening Keynote - Airships: A Sustainable Path to Decarbonizing Transportation and Complementing Humanitarian Aid
    Room

    Room: Grand Hall A-C

    Description

    Twenty-first-century next-generation airships will create a new, clean highway in the sky with zero-carbon transportation for cargo and passengers to support humanitarian assistance and a multitude of other applications. Currently, modern transportation is carbon-intensive, including aviation, which emits nearly 1 billion metric tons of CO2 annually. LTA is forging a new path to zero-carbon air transportation that helps shape a cleaner world and complements other green aviation, land, and maritime initiatives.

    Keynote
  • 0900 – 0930
    Networking Break
  • 0930 – 1030
    FlightLab: Comeback of Riblet Surfaces in Aviation - Hype or Hope?
    Room

    Harbor H

    Description

    Riblets are well know in Aviation as there have been many research in the last century (see AIAA Papers). However there was never a real usage or business case. In recent years more and more research was done (see AIAA Scitech Papers) with different players. Now also Industry is jumping in and investing many recourses in that topic. However, it seems there are many question marks behind the economical benefit of Riblets. The discussion should be about if it is just another Hype or if Riblets "stay" in Aviation this time.

    Moderator
    Panelists
    • Placeholder-Male Aaron Altman
      Aerodynamic Technologies Branch Technical Advisor, USAF Research Laboratory
    • David-Gonzalez David Gonzalez
      Aerodynamics and Flight Dynamics, Control Program Officer, Aerospace Sciences Division, Office of Naval Research
    • Placeholder-Male Timothy J. Hebrink
      Senior Staff Scientist, 3M Corporate Research Laboratory
    • Placeholder-Male Jonathan W. Naughton
      Professor of Mechanical Engineering University of Wyoming, Director, UW Wind Energy Research Center (WERC)
    • Brian-Smith-2023 Brian Smith
      Lockheed Martin Senior Fellow, Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company
  • 0930 – 1100
    Spotlight Session on Electrified Aircraft Technology: Hybrid Electric and Hydrogen Innovations at DLR
    Room

    Harbor C

    Description
    • Session Chairs

      Placeholder-MaleRoelof Vos, Delft University of Technology

    • Jason-Merrett-2023Jason Merrett, Associate Professor, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
    • Speaker

      B_Nagel-2023Björn Nagel, Founding Director, German Aerospace Center (DLR), Institute for System Architectures in Aeronautics

    Sponsored by:
    Aircraft Design, Transformational Flight and Propulsion & Energy Technical Committees

  • 0930 – 1130
    Live Technical Sessions
  • 0930 – 1130
    Forum 360: Navigating the Future of Aviation Sustainability: Decarbonizing the Skies
    Room

    Room: Grand Hall A-C

    Description

    The aviation industry plays a significant role in the global economy, connecting people and businesses around the world. However, aviation is responsible for a growing percentage of greenhouse gas emissions, contributing to climate change. To address this challenge and meet the net-zero 2050 goals, the industry is focusing on decarbonization efforts now, including alternative fuels, electric and hybrid-electric aircraft, and other innovative technologies.

    The session will explore the latest developments in sustainable aviation fuel (SAF), including production, supply chain, and infrastructure considerations. The panelists will also examine the potential of new technologies such as electric and hybrid-electric aircraft, exploring the technological and regulatory hurdles that must be overcome to bring these innovations to market.

    Finally, the session will highlight the role of partnerships and collaboration in driving progress toward a more sustainable aviation industry. Panelists will share best practices and success stories from collaborations between airlines, airports, and other stakeholders in the industry.

    Moderator
    Panelists
    • andreaskollbye Andreas Kollbye Aks
      Chief Strategy Officer, Widerøe
    • Roberto Guerrero Roberto Guerrero
      Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Operational Energy, Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Installations, Environment and Energy
    • James-Hileman James Hileman
      VP and Chief Engineer for Sustainability & Future Mobility, The Boeing Company
    • John-Katsoudas-2023-1 John Katsoudas
      Founder & Chief Executive Officer, Influit Energy
    • Kolin-Schunck-2023 Kolin Schunck
      Senior Manager, Strategic Innovation and Intelligence, Lufthansa Innovation Hub
    • Bruno-Silva-2023 Bruno SIlva
      Environment Officer, Long-Term Aspirational Goal for International Aviation (LTAG), Sustainable Aviation Fuels (SAF), International Civil Aviation Organization
  • 1030 – 1130
    FlightLab: Aerial Suppression Of Wildfires: Present and Future Technologies and Their Implications for The Climate Crisis
    Room

    Harbor H

    Description

    Presenters will discuss all aspects of aerial suppression of wildfires, including old and new aircraft types, optimized designs, effectiveness, challenges, concepts of operation, coordinated air traffic command and control, use of drones and electrically-powered aircraft, costs, benefits, detection systems, integration with existing systems, fuel concerns, environmental impacts, maintenance, piloting, robotic vehicles and needs of air attack bases.

    • Session Chair

      Placeholder-MaleBrien Seeley, President, Sustainable Aviation Foundation, Inc.

    Panelists
    • Marcus-Johnson-2022 Marcus Johnson
      Research Aerospace Engineer, NASA Ames Research Center
    • Placeholder-Male Jasenka Rakas
      Founder of the Airport Design Studio and Aviation Futures Lab, and Faculty in the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department, University of California Berkeley
  • 1130 – 1300
    Lunch on Own
  • 1300 – 1500
    IPLC: Looking Back to the Future: V/STOL Evolution and Its Current Revolution
    Room

    Harbor I

    Description

    VSTOL-01
    This presentation will review the major successes and failures in the field of V/STOL aviation, and compiles specific lessons learned that have endured the test of time. In addition, the past will be tied to the future by looking at the evolution of V/STOL aircraft and how current advances have pushed the V/STOL engineering discipline to the forefront of aeronautical innovation and entrepreneurship in the US and around the world. Host: Geoffrey Jeram, U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Command Speaker: Erasmo Piñero - Airborne Tactical Advantage Compay (ATAC)

    Virtual Platform

    • Presenter

      Erasmo-Pinero-2023Erasmo Piñero, R&D Chief Engineer, Airborne Tactical Advantage Company (ATAC)

  • 1300 – 1500
    Live Technical Sessions
  • 1300 – 1630
    Exhibit Hall
    Room

    Seaport Ballroom

  • 1330 – 1400
    SUAS/ALE Aerial Recovery
    Room

    the HUB in Seaport Ballroom

    Description

    SUAS/ALEs have become valuable military assets but have limitations on their endurance and range. Further, most currently are recovered via belly or skid landing, which is not possible for operations over blue water. Even when recovering on land, the ALE’s airframes and payloads are jeopardized. To remain affordable, they must utilize inexpensive sensors with limited performance. ALE Aerial Recovery will be a game changer: ALEs can be recovered over blue water and no longer will airframes and payloads be jeopardized. ALEs will be able to carry high performance sensors that will dramatically improve the ALE’s effectiveness. This presentation will show GA-ASI’s concept for SUAS/ALE aerial recovery, the mission cost benefit of SUAS/ALE aerial recovery, and our technical roadmap.

    Sponsored by:

    GAA-logo-400

    Speakers
    • Mike-Allwein-2023 Mike Allwein
      Technical Director, General Atomics Aeronautical Systems, Inc.
  • 1330 – 1500
    Forum 360: Sustainable Aviation Fuel & Certification
    Room

    Room: Grand Hall A-C

    Description

    Sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) is the most promising near- and mid-term solution to reducing carbon emissions and putting aviation on a path toward achieving net-zero emissions by 2050.

    SAF can be made with a variety of technologies that use physical, biological, and chemical reactions to break down biomass and waste resources and recombine them into energy-dense hydrocarbons. This session will explore these various technologies.

    Introductory Presentation

    • Anna-Oldani-2023Anna Oldani
      Sustainable Aviation Fuel Program Manager, FAA
    Moderator
    Panelists
  • 1330 – 1500
    FlightLab: Toward Routine Operations of More Aircraft (m) Than Remote Pilots
    Room

    Harbor H

    Description

    The AAM ecosystem is expected to advance from current state-of-the-art operations to a ubiquitous capability, similar to cars today. To realize this vision for AAM, technology will be needed to allow a few operators to manage many vehicles. This is accomplished by fully-automated or autonomous aircraft that have no need for a pilot or operator on-board or on the ground, improving vehicle productivity and economics. The likely scenario is that a remote supervisor will oversee the operation of multiple aircraft with strategic fleet management goals. There are numerous challenges associated with technical/operational, safety and security, societal acceptance, and regulatory. The path from existing m:n operations on small UAS in isolated areas to larger aircraft, such as air taxis and cargo aircraft, operating in a more integrated NAS is not clear.     The panel will discuss key gaps in aviation and research community activities that need to be addressed and/or accelerated to enable routine m:n operations in civil airspace. The discussion will explore building blocks, ongoing activities, needed activities, and potential paths which build on the maturity of enabling technical capabilities.

    Moderator
    Panelists
  • 1400 – 1430
    A HiL Framework for Real-Time Turbine Engine Simulations (RTES)
    Room

    the HUB in Seaport Ballroom

    Description

    An illustrative discussion of the Hardware-in-the-Loop framework designed for turbine engine simulations based on commonly known industry requirements. The framework allows formal system level verification testing of gas turbine engine control systems, supports multiple engine applications, and can simulate multi-engine configurations using deterministic real-time solutions.

    Sponsored by:

    Concurrent-Real-Time-logo

    Speakers
  • 1400 – 1600
    Rising Leaders in Aerospace: Speed Mentoring
    Room

    Grand Hall D

    Description
    Leaders in the aerospace industry will take time to meet with the Rising Leaders participants and share their experiences. This event is a great way to get insight and make new contacts.
  • 1445 – 1515
    Whisper Jet Revealed
    Room

    the HUB in Seaport Ballroom

    Description

    What if ... you had a new propulsion technology that even at small thrust class could achieve an efficiency of >90%? And what if you realized that for the same total amount of power required, using 22 small electric motors is 4.7x lighter than using 1 big electric motor? And what if you realized that by using many small electric motors, the cube-square law made thermal cooling become a simple passive solution, instead of requiring complex active liquid cooling systems to remove the low grade heat of one big electric motor? How would you design an aircraft to leverage such radical changes to how propulsion systems scale? How would aircraft capabilities change as propulsion, aerodynamics, and acoustics were all combined into a single unified highly integrated solution?

    Come see the future unveiled as Whisper Aero reveals the Whisper Jet. Join us at Booth 118

    Sponsored by:

    Whisper-Aero-logo-400

    Speakers
  • 1500 – 1530
    Networking Break
  • 1500 – 1700
    Virtual Technical Sessions
  • 1530 – 1700
    FlightLab: The Growth and Future of eVTOL Market
    Room

    Harbor H

    Description

    This panel will discuss the following questions:

    • How can the industry ensure the safety of eVTOL vehicles for passengers and public
    • What advancements are being made in battery technology to increase the range and reliability of eVTOL vehicles
    • Regulatory environment for eVTOLs, including safety regulations, certification processes and infrastructure needs
    • Use cases and potential applications for eVTOLs, how they are being developed and tested
    • Outlook for the future of eVTOL market, including investment, growth potential and challenges to commercialization
    Moderator
    Panelists
  • 1530 – 1700
    Forum 360: Hydrogen: Fuel of the Future
    Room

    Room: Grand Hall A-C

    Description

    The industry commitment to net zero 2050 comes with many challenges, not least of which is finding fuels that provide energy density comparable to current aviation fuels. Hydrogen has many of the characteristics required but comes with another set of challenges and benefits. Leading industry advocates will address the challenges and their vision of hydrogen as a fuel for the next generation of aviation.

    Introductory Presentation

    • Technological Innovations Driving a Hydrogen-Electric Aviation Future
      Driven by global growth in demand for high-speed mobility, as well as a need to ensure profitability and sustainability of aviation into the future, a strategic transition towards alternative propulsion and energy sources is necessary. The use of liquid hydrogen (LH2) as an energy carrier serves as a promising avenue to zero-emissions commercial air travel of the future. However, for fully hydrogen-electric concepts to be feasible, significant progress in cryogenic and superconducting systems and distributed electric propulsion technologies must be developed. The Center for Cryogenic High-Efficiency Electrical Technologies for Aircraft (CHEETA), established under the NASA University Leadership Initiative program, was developed to address these technological gaps. This presentation will provide an overview of the research activities supported through CHEETA, including several challenges, opportunities, and impact areas associated with next-generation cryogenic electrified aircraft propulsion technologies.

      Phillip-J-Ansell-2023Phillip J. Ansell
      Assistant Professor and Allen Ormsbee Faculty Fellow, Department of Aerospace Engineering, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
    Moderator
    • Scott-Cary-2023 Scott Cary
      Ports and Airports Project Manager, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
    Panelists
  • 1545 – 1645
    Aztec Aerospace Design: The SDSU Design/Build/Fly Team and the Journey to Tucson
    Room

    the HUB in Seaport Ballroom

    Description

    Hear about SDSU's journey to 2023 Design/Build/Fly and the aircraft they designed and flew at the competition.

  • 1730 – 1900
    Welcome Happy Hour
    Description
    Sponsored by:

    Rescale-Logo-Transparent

  • 1730 – 1900
    AIAA AVIATION Forum Veteran and Military Meet and Greet
    Room

    the HUB in Seaport Ballroom (during the Welcome Happy Hour)

    Description

    Are you currently serving in the military or a veteran? Connect with your fellow service members at the AIAA AVIATION Forum Welcome Happy Hour. Look for the specially designated area for Veterans and Military in the HUB. Everyone is warmly invited!

    Sponsored by:

    Axient-logo-600x300

  • 1800 – 1900
    EATS: Social
    Room

    Bayview Room – 32nd Floor

  • 0800 – 0900
    Opportunities in the Challenging Dynamics of AAM
    Room

    Grand Hall A-C

    Description

    Advanced Air Mobility is an exciting, evolving dynamic landscape that is a complex interplay between technical, financial, and policy/regulatory factors. This talk will primarily focus on those three factors and summarize the current state of affairs and highlight some of the key challenges and opportunities. On the technical side, there is no shortage of challenging issues to address in the areas of power and propulsion, autonomous operations, and integration of diverse vehicles into airspace systems around the world. On the financial side, market dynamics, rationales for sound business cases, and private sector funding continue to advance. Lastly, the policy and regulatory communities continue to respond to the rapid pace of change in the other two sectors. While challenges are significant, there are great opportunities that will contribute revolutionary leaps towards a new age of aviation – and the AIAA community will continue to play a significant role in solving them.

    Also, watch the 10 May 2023 AIAA AAM Task Force meeting with the Association for Uncrewed Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI), hosted by the Vertical Flight Society.  Watch Video

    Speakers
    • Robie-Samanta-Roy-2023 Robie Samanta Roy
      Managing Director, Cerberus Capital Management; Former COO/Federal Strategy, Electra.aero
  • 0845 – 1630
    Exhibit Hall
    Room

    Seaport Ballroom

  • 0900 – 0930
    Networking Break in Exposition Hall
    Room

    Seaport Ballroom

  • 0915 – 0945
    PEGASAS Center of Excellence for General Aviation
    Room

    the HUB in Seaport Ballroom

    Description

    The Partnership to Enhance General Aviation Safety, Accessibility and Sustainability (PEGASAS) is an FAA Center of Excellence for General Aviation. The mission of PEGASAS is to enhance general aviation safety, accessibility, and sustainability by partnering the FAA with a national network of world-class researchers, educators, and industry leaders.  

    This discussion will focus on how the PEGASAS Center of Excellence for General Aviation can answer research questions for advanced air mobility.

    Speakers
    • William-Crossley-2023 William Crossley
      J. William Uhrig and Anastasia Vournas Head of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Purdue University; Director, FAA Center for General Aviation Research (PEGASAS)
    • Keith-Hoffler-ST2023 Keith Hoffler
      President, Senior Research & Development Engineer, Adaptive Aerospace Group; Advisory Board Member, FAA Center for General Aviation Research (PEGASAS)
    • John-Valasek John Valasek
      Aerospace Engineering, Texas A&M University; Site Director, FAA Center for General Aviation Research (PEGASAS)
  • 0930 – 1030
    FlightLab: The Future of Mobility Transport: Blended Wing Body Aircraft
    Room

    Harbor H

    Description

    The revolutionary Blended Wing Body (BWB) aircraft design, which promises to provide over 30% more aerodynamic efficiency than today’s tube-and-wing designs, is at an inflection point in its history. NASA, Defense Innovation Unit, and the Department of the Air Force are teaming up with industry to accelerate its development and flight-test a full-scale demonstration aircraft by 2027. 

    Listen to industry and government subject matter experts involved in its development discuss its progress, impact, and what to expect in its trajectory over the coming years. 

     
    Moderator
    • Roberto Guerrero Roberto Guerrero
      Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Operational Energy, Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Installations, Environment and Energy
    Panelists
    • Fayette Collier Fayette Collier
      Associate Director for Flight Strategy, Integrated Aviation Systems Program, Aeronautics, NASA
    • Placeholder-Male Daniel Pike
      U.S. Air Force Operational Energy, Chief of Future Technologies & Acquisition Manager
    • Placeholder-Male Lee Robinson
      Head of Partnerships, DIU (Defense Innovation Unit)
  • 0930 – 1130
    IPLC: Enabling Electric V/STOL Technologies
    Room

    Harbor I

    Description
    VSTOL-02/ EATS-05

    Virtual Platform
  • 0930 – 1130
    Live Technical Sessions
  • 0930 – 1130
    Forum 360: Advanced Air Mobility Cadence of Operations
    Room

    Grand Hall A-C

    Description
    The Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) industry is rapidly evolving with new vehicles and technologies that are changing the way we think about transportation. As AAM evolves, a cadence of operations for economic success is becoming increasingly important.

    We will explore key components needed to establish a standard framework for AAM operations. We will delve into the best practices for planning, executing, and monitoring AAM flights, as well as the roles and responsibilities of stakeholders in the AAM ecosystem.
    Moderator
    Panelists
  • 0930 – 1230
    Flow Visualization Showcase
    Room

    Harbor F

    Description

    The Annual Flow Visualization Showcase provides an opportunity to display computational and/or experimental fluid-dynamics visualizations that support a technical concept and enhance the understanding of the flow. Come to see this year's submissions and hear from the creators of the visualizations. Awards for the Most Artistic Flow Visualization, Most Pedagogical Flow Visualization (the visualization that best facilitates new understanding of the flow phenomena), and Most Comprehensive Flow Visualization will be presented at the end of the showcase.

    Session Hosts

  • 1000 – 1030
    Machine Learning at the Edge: UAV Automatic Takeoff and Landing
    Room

    the HUB in Seaport Ballroom

    Description

    Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) are an increasing area of emphasis for the Department of Defense (DoD). In its 2022 budget the Pentagon requested $4.3 billion for AI/ML-related efforts, an over 50% jump in a two-year span. Unfortunately, much of the driving technology is being developed for commercial applications due to the relatively small size and challenges associated with the defense market. Common commercial assumptions like ample compute power, internet connectivity, and stable power are not valid in DoD applications due to deployment in what is referred to as the edge on low size, weight, and power (SWaP) platforms. Edge AI/ML refers to processing data and running algorithms on the deployed device rather than centrally. This concept allows AI/ML to run without connectivity, an important feature for military platforms that can experience degraded communication. In addition, DoD edge computing often happens in low SWaP environments due to mission and cost requirements. This can be challenging for commercially developed technology that often is designed to live in large data centers with access to ample compute resources. As a result, to make AI/ML technology deployable and tactically relevant, edge computing and low SWaP deployment problems need to be addressed. This presentation describes the process of deploying AI/ML models in low SWaP environments at the edge. Specifically, the talk looks at developing a vision-based automatic takeoff and landing deep learning system for a UAV. The presentation details the model development and optimization process for low SWaP deployment. In addition, it covers testing of the model using different deployment optimization strategies and the trade-offs associated with each. Ultimately, the presentation provides the community with an example of how to address a pressing problem associated with deploying AI/ML for military applications.

    Sponsored by:

    GAA-logo-400

    Speakers
    • Anastacia-MacAllister-2023 Anastacia MacAllister
      Technical Director, Autonomy & Artificial Intelligence, General Atomics Aeronautical Systems, Inc.
  • 1030 – 1100
    EATS Presentation
    Room

    the HUB in Seaport Ballroom

    Speakers
  • 1030 – 1130
    FlightLab: Infrastructural Requirements for Airport Hydrogen Hubs
    Room

    Harbor H

    Description

    Airports are natural nodes for hydrogen hubs. They host multiple end users, with short and long term energy supply requirements.

     

     
    Moderator
    Panelists
    • Placeholder-Male Nick Connell
      Interim Executive Director, Green Hydrogen Coalition
    • Amanda-Simpson Amanda Simpson
      Vice President, Research and Technology, Airbus Americas
    • Placeholder-Male Keith Wipke
      NREL’s Laboratory Program Manager, Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Technologies Program
  • 1100 – 1130
    International Powered Lift Conference Session
    Room

    the HUB in Seaport Ballroom

    Speakers
  • 1130 – 1200
    Leveraging Common Components in Finite Element Assembly Models
    Room

    the HUB in Seaport Ballroom

    Description

    Aircraft manufacturers have long learned to take advantage of common components within design variants. For example, a typical airplane would have several design variants sharing the same wing, empennage and cockpit while having different lengths of fuselage. Significant cost savings can be achieved by reusing common components in aircraft and spacecraft assemblies.

    The finite element analysis world, however, has not been able to fully leverage common components in assembly models. Components are typically organized as “include files” in an assembly model. But due to the strict requirement of unique FE entity IDs, these common component models cannot be easily reused. In order to be reused, a component model typically needs to be renumbered, repositioned, or reoriented. This process is not only time-consuming, but also prone to error.

    In addition, a component model may appear in many design variants with thousands of load cases. It is not a trivial task to envelope and max/min search the loads associated with a component. Careful and tedious bookkeeping is required to keep track of which design variant and what loading event generated the critical component design loads.

    This presentation will introduce an efficient assembly modelling method – the MSC Nastran Modules. This method eliminates the need for unique FE entity ID numbering, automates component connections, allows easy instancing (translate, mirror, and rotate) of components and generates modular results to streamline the enveloping and max/min search of loads. Real-world examples of a UVA drone, offshore wind turbine platform, and a truck frame assembly will be used to demonstrate the workflow and benefits of Modules.

    Sponsored by:

    hexagon_logo

    Speakers
    • Hanson-Chang-2023 Hanson Chang
      Senior Lead Application Engineer, Manufacturing Intelligence Division, Hexagon
  • 1130 – 1330
    Lunch on Own
  • 1200 – 1300
    NASA Sustainable Flight National Partnership Project Managers Panel
    Room

    the HUB in Seaport Ballroom

    Description
    The NASA Sustainable Flight National Partnership (SFNP) mission is to accelerate toward net-zero carbon emissions for our next-generation subsonic transports by 2050. Project managers supporting the SFNP mission will introduce their projects and provide insight as to how they became a NASA project manager, including sharing some of their technical and leadership challenges and opportunities.
    Moderator
    Panelists
  • 1200 – 1330
    Rising Leaders in Aerospace: Planning for the Long Term: Setting Yourself Up for a Long-term Career
    Room

    Grand Hall D

    Description
    For those of us early in our career in the Aerospace industry it is hard to see how the choices that we're making could influence our careers in the long-term. This discussion will focus on helping us better understand how we can be setting ourselves up for a successful career in Aerospace, and how we can navigate the opportunities and challenges along the way. Boxed lunches available for the first 120 attendees on a first-come-first-served basis. Line up early so you can get a lunch!
  • 1300 – 1500
    IPLC: Distributed Propulsion Architectures
    Room

    Harbor I

    Description

    VSTOL-03/TF-10
    Technical Lecture:  Vertical Landing for SpaceX’s Rockets:  SpaceX is developing fully-reusable rockets that take off and land vertically, before refueling and reflight. The 2023 F.E. Newbold Awardee, Dr. Lars Blackmore, discusses the unique challenges of vertical landing for space launch vehicles and how SpaceX is overcoming these challenges with both vehicle-level design choices and new hardware/software technologies.

    Virtual Platform

    • Presenter

      Lars-Blackmore-2023Lars Blackmore, Senior Principal Mars Landing Engineer, SpaceX

  • 1300 – 1500
    Live Technical Sessions
  • 1330 – 1400
    Reaching new Heights in Aerospace with Cloud-Based Engineering and CAE Simulations
    Room

    the HUB in Seaport Ballroom

    Description

    Experts from Rescale invite you to join us to uncover the transformative power of cloud-based engineering in Aerospace! Learn how industry leaders like Boom Supersonic and Vertical Aerospace are optimizing design and performance through multi-disciplinary optimization and surrogate models. Discover the cutting-edge cloud hardware technology teams are using to analyze applications like wing structural strength, turbine flow, antenna placement, and lightning strikes, and more. And, see how to run simulations faster in the cloud using Helios, Star-CCM+, and OpenFOAM to drive new breakthroughs.

    Sponsored by:

    Rescale-Logo-Transparent

    Speakers
  • 1330 – 1430
    FlightLab: Preventing Aviation Accidents with Safety Technology
    Room

    Harbor H

    Description

    This is a historic time for aviation safety in the United States, with many safety-enhancing technologies, including auto-land, auto-taxi, and auto-takeoff, as well as high-precision GPS and remote piloting capabilities within reach. While major U.S. commercial air carriers have a strong safety record, more must be done to make aviation safer. Recent studies have concluded that general aviation operations, which include all civil flights other than scheduled air services and non-scheduled air transport operations for hire, are between 8 and 15 times more dangerous than driving, but that 68% of fatal accidents could potentially have been prevented with safety-enhancing technology. During this session, attendees will learn about:

    • Recent data and studies that analyze general aviation accidents and identify how safety technology could have prevented the incidents.
    • Specific safety technologies that are under development to prevent these accidents and how these technologies also apply to advanced air mobility.
    • The regulatory and public policy focus and changes that are necessary to deploy aviation safety technologies.
    Moderator
    Panelists
  • 1330 – 1500
    Forum 360: Airspace Management of Evolving AAM
    Room

    Grand Hall A-C

    Description

    Air traffic management (ATM) proposals for advanced air mobility (AAM) recognize the need for strategic and tactical airspace deconfliction, where the need for coordination appears in different forms and nuances. From using predefined corridors to the evolving to 4D trajectory-based operations, limitations applying ATM principles to very dense and potentially more complex operations must be considered.

    Moderator
    • Nick Lappos Nick Lappos
      Senior Technical Fellow, Advanced Technology, Sikorsky, A Lockheed Martin Company
    Panelists
    • Chris-Baur-2023 Chris Baur
      President & CEO, Hughes Aerospace Corporation
    • Lisa-Peterson-2023 Lisa Peterson
      Vice President, Business Development, Aura Network Systems
    • Dan-Sloat-2023-1 Dan Sloat
      Founder & President, Advanced Air Mobility Institute
    • Jeanne Yu Photo Jeanne Yu
      Senior Technologist, Sky for All Chief Strategist, NASA Aeronautics
    • Warren-Zelaya-2023 Warren Zelaya
      Engineering Manager, General Atomics Aeronautical Systems, Inc
  • 1400 – 1800
    Live Technical Sessions
  • 1430 – 1500
    FlightLab: AIAA Presents Issues in Aerospace: CVD Reimagined
    Room

    Harbor H

    Description
    AIAA chose to sunset the Congressional Visits Day annual event for many reasons. Primarily, CVD was too broad to make discrete aerospace policy impacts. It was a great experience for our members but didn’t move the needle on issues important to our organization. Our new reimagined CVD aligns with our 3 domains of Aerospace R&D; Aeronautics; and Space. Together with the domain leadership, the PPC can help AIAA advocate for targeted and discrete issues in each of these domains in a specific period of time called Domain Campaigns. Additionally, AIAA will expand our annual Aerospace 101 into an Expo featuring key issues from all domains along with bedrock issues important to our members.  AIAA Presents is a years-long event providing timely advice and advocacy to our stakeholders and our members alike.
    Panelists
    • Ming Chang Ming Chang
      AIAA Domain Lead for Aeronautics; Senior Director of Flight Technologies, General Atomics Aeronautical Systems, Inc. (Retired)
    • Placeholder-Male Chris Crumby
      SpaceROC
    • Daniel-Dumbacher-200x200 Daniel L. Dumbacher
      Executive Director, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics
  • 1500 – 1530
    Consensus and Collaboration: Empowering Volunteer Leaders
    Room

    the HUB in Seaport Ballroom

    Description

    Discover examples and scenarios that can boost your impact on the aerospace community.

    Speakers
    • Peter-Montgomery-NASA Peter Montgomery
      Chair, AIAA Talent and Leadership Development Committee; Director of Commercialization, Test & Operations Support Contract, Kennedy Space Center, Jacobs
  • 1500 – 1530
    Networking Break
  • 1530 – 1700
    Virtual Technical Sessions
  • 1530 – 1700
    Forum 360: Distributed Electric Propulsion – Lessons Learned from the X-57
    Room

    Grand Hall A-C

    Description

    As the long anticipated first manned flight of the X-57 Maxwell Project approaches, we reflect on the design approaches and highlight the challenges and lessons learned from developing and implementing distributed electric propulsion.

    Moderator
    • Vince-Schultz-2023 Vince Schultz
      Deputy Project Manager for the Maxwell X-57 Flight Project, NASA
    Panelists
    • Dave-Avanesian-NASA-2023 Dave Avanesian
      Systems Engineer, NASA Glenn Research Center
    • Nick-Borer-2023 Nick Borer
      Advanced Concepts Group Lead, Aeronautics Systems Analysis, NASA Langley Research Center
    • Sean-Clarke-2023 Sean Clarke
      Senior Research Systems Development Engineer, NASA Armstrong Flight Research Center
    • AndrewGibson Andrew Gibson
      President, CEO & Co-Founder, Empirical Systems Aerospace, Inc.
    • Laura-Kuschner-2023 Laura Kushner
      Lead Systems Engineer, NASA Langley Research Center
  • 1530 – 1700
    FlightLab: Stepping Stones Towards Increasingly Autonomous Flight
    Room

    Harbor H

    Description

    A panel of experts across industry, academia, and regulatory domains to present and discuss the most practical near-term (3-5 year) approaches to achieving increasingly autonomous flights. The focus areas will include machine intelligence, operational paradigms, technology barriers, and regulatory approaches.

    Moderator
    Panelists
  • 1545 – 1615
    Paper Airplane Contest
    Room

    the HUB in Seaport Ballroom

    Description

    Test your design and flight operations skills against the brightest minds in aviation. Fold and fly your own paper airplane versus experts and enthusiasts. Fly for fun! Earn bragging rights! Compete for prizes!

  • 0800 – 0900
    How Whisper Aero Propels the Future of Aviation
    Room

    Grand Hall A-C

    Description
    Whisper Aero is pioneering a more compelling and connected future with cleaner, quieter, and more efficient thrust. Throughout history, propulsion innovation has been the catalyst for remarkable transformations in flight and transportation. Whisper’s propulsive technology opens doors for communities to connect across the Advanced Air Mobility frontiers, whether propulsion for drones, regional/urban air mobility, or the forthcoming ability to achieve electric 100 passenger aircraft. In this talk, Whisper Aero co-founder and CEO and industry veteran Mark Moore will provide an overview of the company's history, mission, technology, and path forward.
    Keynote
  • 0845 – 1400
    Exhibit Hall
    Room

    Seaport Ballroom

  • 0900 – 0930
    Networking Break in Exposition Hall
    Room

    Seaport Ballroom

  • 0915 – 0945
    Sustainability Leadership: Addressing Industry Developments in Aviation
    Room

    the HUB in Seaport Ballroom

    Description

    Leaders from Airbus, Boeing, and GE Aviation continue their discussion begun at the 2022 AIAA AVIATION Forum around driving change in the aviation industry around sustainability.

    Speakers
  • 0930 – 1130
    Live Technical Sessions
  • 0930 – 1130
    Forum 360: Current and Future State of Aircraft Certification
    Room

    Room: Grand Hall A-C

    Description

    The current aircraft certification standards and processes are adequate for certifying our current understanding of aircraft – airplanes are airplanes, helicopters are helicopters and so on. Future aircraft will blur the lines – airplanes the take off like helicopters, helicopters will cruise like airplanes, uncrewed systems, automated/autonomous systems will test the limits of the current understanding of certification standards and processes.

    Further, the latest technological advancements in aircraft design and manufacturing, including composite materials, additive manufacturing, and electric propulsion systems present challenges for regulators and manufacturers.

    The panel will look towards the future of aircraft certification and explore emerging trends and technologies, such as supersonic and hypersonic flight, urban air mobility, and autonomous aircraft. They will discuss the unique challenges these new technologies present for certification and the regulatory approaches needed to ensure their safe operation.

    Moderator
    Panelists
  • 0930 – 1130
    IPLC: V/STOL Design and Aerodynamics
    Room

    Harbor I

    Description
    VSTOL-04/TF-13

    Virtual Platform
  • 1100 – 1130
    Obstacle Detection as the Enabling Technology for Urban Air Mobility
    Room

    the HUB in Seaport Ballroom

    Description

    Flight safety has always been an issue in aviation, and will be one of the most sensitive aspects in urban air mobility. Safety will be one of the first hurdles to be overcome to get the new mobility off the ground, because flight safety — especially in UAM — means passenger safety and safety for those living in the cities that will be crossed by eVTOLs.

    While many in the industry are concentrating on building flying taxis, batteries, and vertiports to land on, we at The Edge Company are focusing on the roads in the city skies: can we make them safe with our BCMS Ventur system that is already used in some airports? Non-cooperative obstacle detection based on computer vision and artificial intelligence seems to be the only one that currently offers the possibility of detecting obstacles, classifying them without any harmful emissions and without any problems due to the structure of the cities. The BCMS Ventur, thanks to the dynamic approach and the multidisciplinary team that developed it, is an obstacle detector that has a true positive rate of more than 95%, guarantees safe operations and contributes to the protection of local fauna (birds), as well as having no harmful emissions.

    Sponsored by:

    The-Edge-Logo-1-2023

    Speakers
  • 1130 – 1200
    GA-ASI Automatic Takeoff and Landing Systems: Past, Present, and Future
    Room

    the HUB in Seaport Ballroom

    Description

    For over 20 years, General Atomics-Aeronautical Systems Inc. (GA-ASI) has been developing and refining the Automatic Takeoff and Landing Capability (ATLC) used across its fleet of UAVs. Originally demonstrated in 2002, ATLC has since been integrated into nearly all the 27+ aircraft variants that GA-ASI produces. Today, this system is used in broad applications to reduce pilot workload, improve safety of operations, enable operations in inclement weather, and more. This presentation will review the history of ATLC, introduce the fundamental design components of the system, and share a few highlights of what’s in store for ATLC in the future.

    Sponsored by:

    GAA-logo-400

    Speakers
  • 1130 – 1300
    Lunch with Exhibitors
  • 1215 – 1245
    Transforming Logistics with Elroy Air's Chaparral UAS
    Room

    the HUB in Seaport Ballroom

    Description

    Learn about the future of aerial logistics with Elroy Air as they work to bring same-day shipping to every person on the planet. Their revolutionary Chaparral hybrid-electric VTOL UAS combines air and ground autonomy, enabling automated terminal navigation and cargo loading for rapid turnaround times with minimal human touch. With a cargo capacity of 300–500 lbs and mission range up to 300 miles, Elroy Air’s system will revolutionize commercial middle-mile logistics, humanitarian shipping, and military resupply. Join Elroy Air’s CEO Dave Merrill to hear about the transformative potential of the Chaparral UAS and explore the impacts of next-generation automated logistics.

    Sponsored by:

    Elroy-Air-logo

    Speakers
  • 1300 – 1500
    Live Technical Sessions
  • 1300 – 1500
    IPLC: V/STOL Control Authority and Safety
    Room

    Harbor I

    Description
    VSTOL-05/TF-15

    Virtual Platform
  • 1330 – 1500
    Forum 360: Advanced Air Mobility Autonomy Certification
    Room

    Grand Hall A-C

    Description
    All advanced air mobility (AAM) transformational missions need certifiable automation to lower operating costs to reduce pilot training or remove the pilot from the aircraft. Some of the industry is proposing a crawl, walk, run with regulatory agencies from slowly removing pilot functions that are verifiable in software before they remove the pilot from the cockpit. This panel will discuss challenges to prove software can make multiple decisions in a contingency better than a pilot.
    Moderator
    Panelists
  • 1500 – 1530
    Networking Break
  • 1530 – 1700
    Forum 360: Flight Testing in the Age of Electric Propulsion: Lessons from the Flight Test Pioneers
    Room

    Grand Hall A-C

    Description
    A panel of pioneering professional flight test pilots and flight test engineers shares their lessons learned from testing novel and innovative electrically-propelled aircraft. As professional flight testers, they bring their flight test experiences from conventionally-powered aircraft to the new world of electric aviation and share their hard-learned lessons with the community. Understanding how to plan for electric energy storage systems compared with fuel systems, electric powerplants compared to reciprocating or turbine engines, and displaying and interpreting the state of the electric powerplant compared to traditional ones are but a few of the topics that the panel may discuss. A question-and-answer session will allow the community to learn from these flight test pioneers.
    Moderator
    Panelists
  • 1530 – 1700
    Virtual Technical Sessions
  • 1600 – 1800
    Live Technical Sessions
  • 0800 – 0900
    Opening Keynote: To a Faster Future
    Room

    Grand Hall A-C

    Description

    Lt. Col. Joshua Burger, Air Vehicle Program Manager for the Next Air Force One and former Vector Initiative Director, will reflect on military and commercial aviation requirements, opportunities, synergy, partnerships, and accelerants. Aviation is the number one U.S. export and provides the U.S. military with a decisive advantage in any conflict. Our nation’s leadership in this sector will continue to be underwritten by the synergy between commercial and military endeavors.  Our path “To A Faster Future” will require trust, partnership, and a unified vision.

    Keynote
  • 0900 – 0930
    Networking Break
  • 0930 – 1130
    Forum 360: Toward the Next-Gen Military Aviation Fleet
    Room

    Grand Hall A-C

    Description

    Military aviation is a critical component of modern military operations, providing strategic and tactical advantages for defense and security. With the rapid advancements in technology and the increasing complexity of military operations, the need for a next-generation military aviation fleet is becoming increasingly important.

    In this session, we will explore the latest trends and developments in military aviation and the roadmap towards the next-generation military aviation fleet. Our expert panelists will discuss the emerging technologies and innovations, such as advanced materials, propulsion systems, avionics, and unmanned aerial vehicles, and their potential impact on military aviation.

    We will also discuss the challenges and opportunities associated with the integration of new technologies into the military aviation fleet, including the importance of ensuring interoperability and maintaining a balance between capability and affordability.

    Moderator
    • lahey Laurette Lahey
      Senior Director of Flight and Vehicle Technology, Boeing Research and Technology
    Panelists
    • Greg-Addington-2023 Greg Addington
      Chief Strategist, Air Vehicles Division, AFRL
    • Mahendra-Bhagwat-2023 Mahendra Bhagwat
      Senior Research Scientist, Airvehicle Aerodynamics and Preliminary Design, Technology Development Directorate, U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command Aviation & Missile Center
    • Placeholder-Male Larry Branthoover
      PEO(T) APEO Science and Technology, NAVAIR
    • Loren-Wookie-Jacobi-2023 CAPT Loren Jacobi
      CNAF N8 / Force Requirements Officer, US Navy
    • Joseph-Kendall Joseph Kendall
      Deputy to the Air Combat Command Chief Scientist, United States Air Force
    • Venke-Sankaran-2023 Venke Sankaran
      Chief Scientist of Aerospace Systems Directorate, AFRL
  • 0930 – 1130
    Live Technical Sessions
  • 1130 – 1330
    Lunch on Own
  • 1300 – 1500
    Live Technical Sessions
  • 1300 – 1500
    EATS: Rolling Recap II
    Room

    TBA

    Description
    1. Introduction
    2. Overview - Rolling Recap Concept
    3. Electrified Aircraft Rolling Recap Quick Highlights AIAA Aviation 2023
    4. Electrified Aircraft Rolling Recap Quick Highlights AIAA-IEEE EATS 2023
    5. Preview AIAA SciTech 2024.
    Moderator
    Panelists
  • 1330 – 1415
    Forum 360: Hypersonics
    Room

    Grand Hall A-C

    Description

    Hypersonics are currently in the realm of the defense industry and space applications. When we look at supersonic travel, we are at the precipice of commercial supersonic travel if the airframe and engine technologies become available on the market. However, commercial hypersonics face additional challenges and a longer time frame. To short-circuit this, the industry is looking at near-term military applications to help develop solutions that ultimately will address the challenges of hypersonic flight for both civil and military applications. The goal is to unlock the technology needed to develop a vehicle system that is efficient, eco-friendly, and easily integrated into the global air and launch traffic of the future. This panel will discuss the challenges of hypersonic flight, the technology available today for military applications, the technology needed to be developed for tomorrow’s military applications and efficient, sustainable hypersonic commercial flight, and the policies and regulations needed to be addressed for the integration of hypersonic travel within the global air and launch traffic.

    Moderator
    Panelists
    • David-Arenson-2023 David Arenson
      Vice President and Chief Engineer, Lockheed Martin Space
    • Kevin-Bowcutt-2022 Kevin Bowcutt
      Senior Technical Fellow and Chief Scientist of Hypersonics, The Boeing Company
    • Michael_Brown_2023 Michael Brown
      Chief, Hypersonic Sciences Branch, Air Force Research Laboratory
    • Pete-Francis-2023 Pete Francis
      Chief Engineer for Advanced Hypersonic Weapons, Raytheon Technologies
  • 1415 – 1500
    Forum 360: Supersonics
    Room

    Grand Hall A-C

    Description

    High-speed commercial travel has been in the making for the better part of 50 years, starting with the fielding of the Concord SST. In the 1970s, supersonic flight was only allowed over water (over the Atlantic or the Pacific) due to the unpleasant effects of the sonic boom. In addition, propulsion technology was not at a performance and efficiency level that was profitable for the operator or quite enough for airport communities during landing and takeoff. The current second wave of supersonic commercial ventures is banking on numerous innovations, including advancements in materials, aerodynamics, and, in some cases, low boom technology to enable overland flights and enable economic operations. The development of an efficient propulsion system remains both a challenge and a unique opportunity. Along with the innovations required, the policies and regulations of integrating high-speed flight into the commercial air traffic need to be revisited due to today's globally crowded airspace. This panel will discuss the nuances of integrating supersonic flight into commercial traffic as well as the technical challenges of developing efficient and sustainable aircraft and engines that are cost effective for the operator.

    Moderator
    Panelists
  • 1500 – 1530
    Networking Break
  • 1600 – 1800
    Live Technical Sessions

Sponsors

Lockheed Martin Corporation
The Boeing Company