Integration and Outreach Division Committees

AIAA Integration and Outreach Committees (IOCs) are differentiated from technical committees in that they are focused on the cross-discipline integration/ programmatic and societal interface/ outreach areas of interest of the Institute, and often span more than one technical discipline in their scope.  AIAA members are invited to submit a nomination to join an Integration and Outreach committee to forward the innovation happening in our industry.

Applying for Committee Membership

The application portal for committee terms beginning 1 May 2024 is now closed. Official rosters for terms beginning on 1 May 2024 will be announced in April 2024. Committee members serve for 1-year terms, renewable for up to three years.

For more information on Integration and Outreach Committees, please contact Angie Lander at

AIAA Integration and Outreach Committees are currently organized within five groups:

Aerospace Outreach Group

The History Committee fosters the preservation, documentation, and reporting of the history of aeronautical, astronautical, and hydronautical arts, sciences, and engineering, and their impact on society.  It promotes aerospace history to both the public and industry, including the fostering of the preservation and documentation of the history of aerospace.

Society and Aerospace Technology
The AIAA Society and Aerospace Technology Outreach Committee (SATOC) promotes the transfer of aerospace technology and techniques to help solve critical problems in society and improve the general quality of life. The SATOC focuses on how aerospace technology and techniques help solve critical societal challenges and improve quality of life, and, understanding interactions between the aerospace enterprise and broader social and cultural trends. The SATOC brings together distinguished AIAA members whose professions, studies, and interests include enhancing the interaction between the aerospace industry and society.

Women of Aeronautics and Astronautics
Women of Aeronautics and Astronautics is working to increase women and other minority groups’ participation in the aerospace field. We work to increase female participation in the aerospace industry through technical and professional development. WoAA focuses on creating a safe and welcoming place for minorities through mentorship and outreach. Started at independent universities, chapters work with the national AIAA organization to provide support and opportunity to members.

Business and Management Group

The Economics Outreach Committee (EOC) is focused on exploring the economic impact of the global aerospace community to the larger economy.

Legal Aspects of Aeronautics and Astronautics
The Legal Aspects of Aeronautics and Astronautics Outreach Committee (LAAAIC) is focused on exploring current international aerospace case law. The committee actively collaborates with other legal-focused societies in moot courts and student competitions.

The Management Outreach Committee (MOC) seeks to understand issues and develop solutions to management problems specific to the aerospace and defense community. It seeks to encourage and promote improved management methods and practices. It works to identify useful and relevant products, services, and information from the associated industrial, academic, and government organizations represented within AIAA. It provides a meaningful environment for individual and corporate growth, and a forum for committee members to exchange knowledge in the field of management through networking and sharing of personal and corporate experiences.

Integration Group

Aerospace Traffic Management
The Aerospace Traffic Management Integration Committee (ATMIC) monitors, evaluates, and seeks to influence the direction of ATM technologies with a focus on ATM system efficiency, public safety, and national security.

Airborne Directed Energy Systems
The Airborne Directed Energy Systems Committee (ADESIC) is the AIAA focal point for all civilian and military uses of Directed Energy Systems. The committee will coordinate AIAA Directed Energy programs with other organizations such as the Directed Energy Professional Society; Co-sponsor relevant conferences and events; Provide participants to AIAA public policy initiatives such as the annual Congressional Visits Day; and assist in resolution of national issues impeding Directed Energy Systems development, employment and maturation.

CFD Vision 2030
CFD Vision 2030 was established to promote a community of practice engaged in developing methods, models, physical experiments, software, and hardware for revolutionary advances in computational simulation technologies for analysis, design, certification, and qualification of aerospace systems.  CFD Vision 2030 serves as the focal point for activities to achieve the 2030 Vision by leveraging and integrating enabling technologies such as high-performance computing, physical modeling, numerical methods, geometry/grids, validation quality experiments, multidisciplinary analysis and optimization, with quantified uncertainties.  CFD Vision 2030 will communicate with other Committees to assure that the AIAA membership engages with their peers and external constituencies in shaping the future of simulation-based engineering.

Digital Engineering
Digital Engineering Integration Committee (DEIC) will strive to accelerate integration of new and existing ‘digital’ capabilities for improving US national competitiveness, security, and operational readiness.  Digital Engineering Integration will establish an Aerospace Forum for integrating currently disparate ‘digital’ activities (e.g., Digital Twin, Digital Thread, ICME, BIGDATA, etc).  Digital Engineering Integration will support constituent groups (inside and outside AIAA) in the development and creation of a technical programs related to Digital Engineering.

Green Engineering
The purpose of the Green Engineering Integration Committee (GEIC) is to promote a holistic, systems approach to improved energy efficiency, sustainability, renewable energy and ‘cradle-to-grave’ design.  GEIC serves as the AIAA focal point for all “green” aerospace-related programs and technologies and works synergistically with the appropriate technical committees to assure that the AIAA membership is adequately informed about all aspects of this critical aerospace activity.

Space Exploration
The AIAA Space Exploration Integration Committee (SEIC) promotes awareness and advancement of and collaboration on topics relevant to human and robotic space exploration such as launch vehicles, space technology, mission architecture and concepts, human space flight systems, in-space infrastructure, robotic missions, space policy, International Space Station (ISS) utilization, and international and commercial partnerships in space exploration and utilization.

The Supersonics Integration and Outreach Committee (Supersonics IOC) promotes a community of practice engaged in the technical, business, environmental and societal issues associated with supersonic transports and the research needs of this emergent capability. The Supersonic IOC serves as the focal point for activities that integrate and leverage enabling technologies addressing areas such as environmental emissions, community noise, airspace integration, sonic boom noise, efficiency, aeroelastics, design, manufacturing, uncertainty quantification, certification, and propulsion.

Transformational Flight
The Transformational Flight Integration Committee (TFIC) will promote a community of practice engaged in the technical, business, and societal issues associated with transformational approaches to mobility through on-demand air missions and the research needs of this emergent market. The TFIC serves as the focal point for creation of new, on demand aviation capabilities that will leverage enabling technologies such as electric propulsion, highly coupled aerodynamics, autonomous control, advanced vehicle configuration, and intelligent transportation systems. The TFIC will communicate with technical committees to assure that the AIAA membership engages with their peers, and non-traditional AIAA members, in shaping the future of the on-demand aviation market opportunity.

Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena
The Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena Integration & Outreach Committee (UAPIOC) seeks to improve aviation safety by enhancing scientific knowledge of, and mitigating barriers to, the study of Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena (UAP).

Uncrewed and Autonomous Systems Integration Committee (UASIC)
The Uncrewed and Autonomous Systems Integration Committee (UASIC) represents and serves the broad interests of the uncrewed, autonomous, and intelligent robotic systems community within aerospace. This includes systems with these attributes functioning in aviation and space environments, along with their components and wide-ranging applications such as, for example, uncrewed air vehicles (UAVs), urban/advanced air mobility (UAM/AAM) systems, and robotic space systems. The Committee’s scope of interest covers the entire life cycle, encompassing technology development and integration, system conceptualization, platform & system design and development, manufacturing, integration, testing, and evaluation, as well as policy and regulatory issues. This includes functions necessary for the deployment, operation, and sustainment of these systems and their related components, as well as their use in both military and civilian applications. The Committee promotes, sponsors, conducts, and supports activities that foster the development, evolution, and integration of these systems and their capabilities and addresses issues that affect and impact them. While the Committee's primary focus is to advance the uncrewed and autonomous aerospace systems technical agenda through technical activities and publications, it also concentrates on issues and opportunities in relevant programmatic, educational, intersociety, and public outreach sectors, as well as adjacent, related technical communities involved with similar challenges such as uncrewed ground (UGV), surface water (USV), underwater (UUV) vehicles, and other autonomous systems. Related domains in the domestic and international environments, within and beyond the AIAA are also of interest to the UASIC. The UASIC regularly interacts with other AIAA committees and organizations to further its objectives.

International Activities Group

Aerospace Activities Group - Description coming soon.

Honors and Awards Development - Description coming soon.

Strategy & Implementation - Description coming soon.

Young Professionals Group

Event Planning

Engagement - Communicating the perspective and desires of the Young Professional community, relaying institute changes, and opportunities to Young Professionals, regions and sections. Maintains YP Facebook and Twitter page. Creates content for the YPG Newsletter.