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Aerospace sciences meeting to be held Jan. 5-8 in Orlando
Date:10/20/2008

October 20, 2008 Reston, Va. The American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) will hold the 47th AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting, including The New Horizons Forum, and Aerospace Exposition, January 5-8 at the Orlando Marriott World Center, Orlando, Fla.

This year's Aerospace Sciences Meeting will combine three distinct components which will give attendees a look at both the present and the future of the aerospace enterprise worldwide:

  • The Aerospace Sciences Meeting attracts aerospace scientists and engineers from around the world to share and disseminate scientific knowledge and research results. It features cutting edge technical paper sessions in a wide variety of areas, focusing on emerging research in the aerospace sciences. Panels will cover topics such as Micro Air Vehicles, advanced capabilities for space exploration, and laser technology and aero-optics. Abdi Khodadoust, aero-sciences manager at The Boeing Company, will chair the meeting.

  • The New Horizons Forum will bring together leaders from academia, government, and industry to share their perspectives on the new challenges, future opportunities, and emerging trends in aerospace education, research and development, and programs. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency program manager Dr. Thomas Beutner will chair the New Horizons Forum.

  • The Aerospace Exhibition will bring together exhibitors from industry, government, and small business to showcase the latest generation of aerospace technology, present hardware and software demonstrations, and network with attendees. Dave Welch, of Lockheed Martin Corporation, will chair the Aerospace Exposition.

Dr. Paul D. Nielsen, CEO of the Software Engineering Institute and general chair of the Aerospace Sciences Meeting, noted the multitude of opportunities that the conference will provide attendees, and declared that "anyone who has an interest in discovering the current and future states of the aerospace industry should come to Orlando; it's going to be an exciting and educational event which will add to AIAA's long legacy of superior technical conferences."


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Contact: Duane Hyland
duaneh@aiaa.org
703-264-7558
American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics
Source:Eurekalert

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