2020 Region VII Student Paper Competition & AIAA Sydney Section Student Conference 25 November - 26 November 2020 Virtual

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Campus of the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia

AIAA Sydney Section Student Conference Moves to Fully Online

AIAA has announced that the AIAA Sydney Section Student Conference, cosponsored by the AIAA Student Branch at the University of New South Wales in Sydney, NSW (Australia) and the AIAA Sydney Professional Section, set for 25–26 November 2020, will be fully online.

The University of New South Wales in Sydney, NSW will host this year’s Region VII Student Conference on 25–26 November. This will be a virtual event. Cohosted by the UNSW AIAA Student Branch and the AIAA Sydney Section. The 2020 Region VII Student Conference provides students with ample opportunity to network with their peers and professional members of industry and present their original research in front of a group of volunteer professional member judges who will provide them with feedback. Students will have the chance to compete for cash prizes in a fun-filled two-day event!

New! Announcing a Master’s Category – students pursuing a Master’s by research degree across AIAA Region VII are welcome to submit their papers to the 2020 Region VII Student Conference.

Note for 2020:
Due to the ongoing impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, AIAA has determined for all Regional Paper Conference submissions to be judged on technical papers only. As such, any participation in the section-sponsored conference at UNSW will be separate from the Region VII technical paper competition which will determine the Region VII representatives at the International Student Conference, which is scheduled to take place at the 2021 AIAA SciTech Forum and Exposition in Nashville, TN (USA).

**This competition is subject to all applicable laws, including US export laws. US law prevents AIAA from awarding prize money to, or providing substantive feedback on entries from, persons residing in Iran, Cuba, North Korea, Crimea, Sudan, or Syria.

Contact Information
For more information about this conference, please write to studentprogram@aiaa.org.

Registration & Cancellation
Because this is a virtual event, registrants will be required to register in advance to secure a presentation slot, which will be done via zoom. Please watch your e-mail for a message about registration coming soon!

Call for Volunteers

Calling all AIAA professional members: are you interested in serving the AIAA Student Member Community? Have you participated in a student conference as a student member in the past and are looking for a way to give back? If this sounds like you, we invite you to sign up to serve in our AIAA Student Paper Conference program! We are looking for judges to review student papers and judges to serve on site at the conference in November. Currently accepting professional members only.

If you are interested in becoming an online technical reviewer, please indicate your interest by writing to studentprogram@aiaa.org.

If you are a professional member who lives in the Sydney, NSW area and would like to serve as an oral presentation judge at the AIAA Sydney Section Student Conference, please indicate your interest by writing to the aiaa.sydneysection@gmail.com

Call for Papers

Abstracts Due: 16 October 2020 (2359 hrs Australian Eastern Time)
Final Papers Due: 01 November 2020 (2359 hrs Australian Eastern Time)

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Due to a tight turn around in scheduling, we are not able to accommodate final manuscript extension request