4–8 January 2016
Manchester Grand Hyatt, San Diego, California

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    • Increase your influence and reach the individuals who are developing the next generation of aerospace technologies.
    • Expand your knowledge, as expert engineers and scientists share their latest research and development findings.
    • Find out what lies ahead, as senior leaders in industry discuss their programs and business challenges during plenary and interactive Forum 360 panel discussions.
    • Network, discuss challenges, and share ideas during technical sessions, luncheons, networking breaks, and social activities.

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  • Kelly’s Yearlong ISS Mission Starts Friday

    Kelly’s Yearlong ISS Mission Starts Friday

    23 March 2015
    ABC’s This Week broadcast a report on astronaut Scott Kelly’s upcoming year-long mission... More...

  • Interns' Notebook

    Interns' Notebook

    By Nathan Wasserman, AIAA Alexander R. Norris Space View Intern, and Samantha Walters, AIAA Alexander R. Norris Space View Intern. More...

  • Headlines from SciTech 2015

    Headlines from SciTech 2015

    Learn about the latest happenings at AIAA SciTech 2015... More...

  • Virgin Galactic Poised to Soar Again and Open Space for All

    Virgin Galactic Poised to Soar Again and Open Space for All

    9 January 2015, 12:15 p.m.
    George T. Whitesides, chief executive officer of Virgin Galactic (VG) and The Spaceship Company, addressed today’s plenary session of the AIAA Science and Technology Forum and Exposition (SciTech 2015), telling the audience that... More...

  • Aerospace Vehicle Technology Trends Panel – Forum 360 Coverage

    Aerospace Vehicle Technology Trends Panel – Forum 360 Coverage

    8 January 2015, 3:30 p.m.
    AIAA hosted a panel on aerospace vehicle technology trends that gave a big picture view of where different segments of the industry see room for advancement with the vehicles they are designing. More...

  • Diversity: It’s What Will Drive Aerospace Forward

    Diversity: It’s What Will Drive Aerospace Forward

    8 January 2014, 12:45 p.m.
    “Improving diversity in the aerospace community, and closing the existing educational achievement gap between whites and minorities would boost the American economy by $2.3 trillion dollars by 2050,” Wesley Harris, the Charles Stark Draper Professor... More...

  • The Future of Design: Unleash the Creativity!

    The Future of Design: Unleash the Creativity!

    7 January 2015, 11:15 a.m.
    While unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), composite materials, distributed propulsion systems and higher bypass engines will eventually change the future of aerospace vehicle design, the fundamentals of design will remain the same according to this morning’s plenary... More...

  • Dryden Lecture in Research

    Dryden Lecture in Research

    6 January 2015, 8:45 p.m.
    A loud buzzing sound was heard in the Osceola Ballroom, and it wasn’t an issue with the AV equipment: it was an example of aircraft noise during Professor Dame Ann P. Dowling’s Dryden Lecture in Research at the AIAA SciTech 2015 forum. More...

  • Samanta-Roy Discusses Importance of Partnership in Technology Advancement

    Samanta-Roy Discusses Importance of Partnership in Technology Advancement

    5 January 2015, 10:45 a.m.
    Solid partnerships “between government, academia and industry, will be critical to shaping the future policies that will allow the United States to thrive in an increasingly chaotic global arena,” Robie Samanta-Roy, vice president of technology and innovation... More...

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