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- Online Education
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AIAA now offers webinars on general interest topics with an aerospace edge. Ensure your long-term success and take advantage of these opportunities.
ASCENDxSummit: Attracting Investors to Your Space
28 September 2021 1000 - 1300 (Eastern Daylight Time)Whether you’re a start-up or a shooting star, this exclusive multi-session online event will accelerate your progress toward securing the funds you need and the financial partners you can trust to boost your prospects in space.
Past Events / On Demand
Previous webinars may contain recorded sessions. Please check individual webinar pages below for more information.
AIAA Aerospace Perspectives Series: Space Sustainability – Advancing the Benefits to Earth and Orbit
20 July 2021 1100 - 1200 (Eastern Daylight Time)
VirtualAIAA and Lockheed Martin have assembled a stellar panel to bring you up to speed on space sustainability. This rapidly evolving topic encompasses sustainability efforts on Earth facilitated from space, actions to mitigate orbital debris, and continued safe human access to space.
AVIATIONxWebinar: General Aviation Post Pandemic – An Opportunity to Provide Alternative Air Transportation
30 June 2021 1200 - 1330 (Eastern Daylight Time)
VirtualDue to COVID-19, general aviation has the potential to emerge as a more frequently utilized transportation option, offering the ability to avoid traveling in high-capacity commercial aircraft and providing frequency of service or routes that are no longer available commercially. This gives general aviation an opportunity to leverage interest in technology developments for urban and regional air mobility. Join us as we explore what needs to be addressed to make this happen.
AIAA Webinar: A Brief History of Modern Hypersonics, Or How Did We Get Here?
17 June 2021 1200 - 1300 (Eastern Daylight Time)
ASCENDxWebinar: Accelerating Pathways to Space
15 June 2021 1000 - 1330 (Eastern Daylight Time)
VirtualStrap in with ASCEND and guest experts from Axiom, NASA, and the Fusion Industry Association for a three-hour crash course in how fundamental systems are being transformed fast to help humans adapt to life in space. Learn the latest about laser-accelerated data communications, the soon-to-be reality of infinitely renewable clean energy, and the engineering of machines and methods to capitalize on these revolutionary advances and rapidly scale up the LEO infrastructure needed to supply and sustain our off-world future.
AIAA Corporate Member Connect: ISS National Lab
8 June 2021 1530 - 1630 (Eastern Daylight Time)
VirtualAIAA corporate members are invited to explore the latest in aerospace research and development while networking with aerospace organizations across the globe. This event will feature representatives on behalf of the International Space Station (ISS) U.S. National Laboratory.
AIAA Leadership Symposium: Thought Leadership for the Institute in the 21st Century
4 May - 6 May 2021Leadership is the backbone of our organization. This is your opportunity to learn how to become the type of leader that will ensure the Institute’s continued success for years to come! Each day includes two-hour sessions featuring speakers who are experts in their field. Discover how to increase collaboration across divisions and committees, share Institute best practices, network with fellow industry professionals, and more!
AIAA Aerospace Perspectives Series: Digital Twin Value—Driving The Entire Product Life Cycle
28 April 2021 1100 - 1200 (Eastern Daylight Time)
Virtual EventDigital Twins have captured our collective imagination for years, representing the ultimate tool for understanding and optimizing design, manufacturing, and sustainment of complex systems. But how can it bring value to the Aerospace and Defense industry? Join us online as AIAA and Lockheed Martin bring together a panel of experts to explore this topic and talk though the value of this complex technology. In an unclassified 60-minute webinar, learn more about the capability and how – through interoperability and applying digital twin technology across the product life cycle – we can visualize our industry and the world like never before.
AIAA Webinar: Sustainability in Flight – The Government’s Role in Achieving Decarbonization
26 April 2021 1100 - 1200 (Eastern Daylight Time)
VirtualLeaders in aviation will share perspectives on the industry’s commitment to reducing their carbon footprint. The expert panel will discuss efforts underway and the significant cooperation, innovation, and education required among all industry stakeholders to deliver on this important goal.
ASCENDxWebinar: Maximizing Payload Success
21 April 2021 1400 - 1530 (Eastern Daylight Time)
VirtualThis webinar presents a virtual constellation for collaboration with an array of subject matter experts. The simple interactive format makes it easy to engage in general principle or mission-specific discussions with suppliers and service providers.
Design|Build|Launch Competition Webinar
1 April 2021 1800 - 1900 (Eastern Daylight Time)
Virtual EventHear from members of Blue Origin as they provide important details about the upcoming Design|Build|Launch Competition including what participating students need to know.
AIAA Aerospace Perspectives Series: Hypersonic Strike Systems—A Rapidly Evolving Capability
24 March 2021 1500 - 1600 (Eastern Daylight Time)
Virtual EventJoin us online as AIAA and Lockheed Martin work together to execute an unclassified 60-minute webinar that addresses some of the key activities and issues related to ongoing U.S. effort to rapidly develop and field the first generation of hypersonic strike weapon systems.
U.S. Space Force Overview (Member Exclusive Webinar)
16 March 2021 1700 - 1800 (Eastern Daylight Time)This briefing will provide a snapshot of who the US Space Force is, what it does, how it is structured, and most importantly, what’s happening in the space domain. The Chief Space Experimental for the US Air Force Research Lab, Dr. Lawrence “Robbie” Robertson, will be giving the briefing.
ASCENDxSummit: Accelerating the Next-Generation Workforce
16 March 2021 1000 - 1400 (Eastern Daylight Time)This three-session FREE ASCENDxSummit will bring together futurists, educators, and motivators from classrooms through careers to address current needs and future opportunities for EVERYONE to succeed in space.
ASCENDxWebinar: Preview: Mars Perseverance Landing
10 February 2021 1000 - 1100 (Eastern Standard Time)
AIAA Webinar: Sustainability in Flight—Our Journey to Decarbonization
8 February 2021 1100 - 1200 (Eastern Standard Time)
VirtualAIAA Public Policy discussion about industry’s commitment to reducing their carbon footprint.
AIAA Aerospace Recruitment Series: Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
28 January 2021 1200 - 1300 (Eastern Standard Time)
VirtualDiscover insightful tips to help you obtain an internship and how you can get hired at Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory.
AIAA Aerospace Perspectives Series: Firing Up The Artemis I Rocket
10 December 2020 1500 - 1600 (Eastern Standard Time)
VirtualJoin us for a virtual briefing with NASA as it prepares for the first integrated flight of the Space Launch System (SLS) and Orion for the Artemis I mission to bring humanity back to the moon. Featuring Dr. John Blevins, SLS Chief Engineer, NASA Space Launch System Program, NASA Marshall Space Flight Center.
SciTechxWebinar: Flying Is Safe—Is Air Travel?
9 December 2020 1000 - 1300 (Eastern Standard Time)
VirtualThis two-part webinar was facilitated by well-known aerospace journalist Miles O’Brien and AIAA Executive Director Dan Dumbacher.
Aerospace Career Pathways: Professional Engineer (Member Exclusive Webinar)
8 December 2020 1100 - 1200 (Eastern Standard Time)
VirtualPaul Dees will discuss his experiences working as a design engineer and project manager in the aircraft industry.
Aerospace Career Pathways: Public Service (Member Exclusive Webinar)
13 November 2020 1200 - 1300 (Eastern Standard Time)
VirtualSarah Shull is presently NASA’s Strategic Architecture and Formulation Lead for Human Missions to the Moon and Mars.