Forum 360: Technologies and Processes for Future Air Vehicles 5 August 2021 1130 - 1245

U.S. military aircraft perform a variety of roles – intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR); fighter and bomber missions; refueling; transportation of troops and cargo; and more. As the industry advances design and technology, what does this mean for the air vehicles of the future? Hear how the military is incorporating these innovations in processes and technologies for current and future programs.
Moderator
Panelists
  • Mahendra-Bhagwat Mahendra Bhagwat
    Senior Research Scientist, Airvehicle Aerodynamics and Preliminary Design, Technology Development Directorate, U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command Aviation & Missile Center
  • Bowersox-200x200 Rodney Bowersox
    Associate Dean for Research and Ford Professor, Aerospace Engineering, Texas A&M University, TEES Executive Director, OUSD JHTO University Consortium for Applied Hypersonics
  • David-Gonzalez David Gonzalez
    Aerodynamics and Flight Dynamics, Control Program Officer, Aerospace Sciences Division, Office of Naval Research
  • Michael-Huggins Michael Huggins
    Chief Engineer, Aerospace Directorate, Air Force Research Laboratory
  • raymond-kolonay Raymond M. Kolonay
    Acting Chief Scientist, Aerospace Systems Directorate, Air Force Research Laboratory