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    • CALL FOR PAPERS Abstract Deadline 4 June 2008 A dv a n c i n g t h e S c i e n c e logy of Flight Techno www.a i a a . o r g / e v e nt s / a s m 47th AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting Including The New Horizons Forum and Aerospace Exposition 5–8 January 2009 Orlando World Center Marriott Orlando, Florida
    • 2 The AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting and The contributed papers for this meeting effort will be made to provide uniformly Exhibit is the first major multidisciplinary are chosen by a competitive selection pro- rigorous evaluations and acceptance rates event of the year for aerospace scientists cess based on peer review (as described for all sessions. and engineers from around the world. It below). In addition, invited papers of the This is a “paperless” meeting with papers provides an ideal forum for scientists and highest quality review major trends and included in the online proceedings and the engineers from industry, government, and accomplishments within or across various after-meeting CD-ROM. There will not be a academia to share and disseminate scien- aerospace disciplines. To facilitate simul- papers room, nor will any papers be sold tific knowledge and research results with a taneous sessions, papers will begin on the individually at the meeting. Individual pa- view toward new technology for aerospace hour and half hour. Six to eight 30-minute pers may be purchased at www.aiaa.org. systems. papers per session are planned (20 minutes for presentation with 10 minutes for ques- General inquiries concerning the program, This meeting has traditionally been built tions and discussion), but session organiz- format, or policies of the meeting and sug- around excellent technical paper presenta- ers are encouraged to include one-hour gestions for special high-interest information tion sessions. Plenary Sessions that focus at- survey papers where appropriate. presentations should be directed to the tention on program areas of current interest Conference General Chair: will start some sessions followed by techni- Listed below are the technical committees cal papers providing additional discussion sponsoring this meeting, the areas in which Abdi Khodadoust of these topics. Distinguished lectures and papers are solicited, and the names and The Boeing Company informal evening events fill out the remain- addresses of the meeting organizers to 714.235.7746 der of the program throughout the week. whom abstracts should be submitted. Every E-mail: abdollah.khodadoust@boeing.com Exciting New Location • Greatly Expanded Exhibit Area Enhanced Program • Key Industry Leaders • Premier Event Procedures for Abstract manuscripts will be provided by AIAA for • The abstract should not be submitted to Submission accepted papers only. Authors must submit more than one technical program organiz- their manuscripts electronically to AIAA er. If an author is unsure which organizer is Abstract submissions for the conference will Headquarters for publication no later than most appropriate, it is the author’s responsi- be accepted electronically through AIAA’s 29 December 2008. bility to communicate with the technical pro- Web site at www.aiaa.org/events/asm. gram organizers in question well before the This Web site will be open for abstract Rules for Abstract/Manuscript abstract submission deadline to determine submittal through 4 June 2008 at 2359 hrs Submission where to send the abstract. There is too little EST. The electronic submission process is as time in the review process for an abstract follows: Abstracts are to be submitted subject to the rejected by one technical program chair to 1. On the right-hand side, click on “Submit following general rules: be forwarded for review to another. a Paper.” • Abstracts must be received by 4 June • Early submissions are encouraged. Ab- 2. Click on “View Call for Papers or Begin 2008. A typical abstract should have a stracts submitted after 4 June 2008 will be a New Submission.” total length of 5 -10 pages including figures rejected without review. 3. From the conference Call for Papers and tables. Draft papers are encouraged. screen, identify the topic to which the The extended abstract or draft paper should • Authors will be notified of paper accep- prospective paper is best correlated, and clearly describe the purpose and scope of tance by 27 August 2008. An Author’s Kit, click the “Select” link next to that topic. the work to be included in the full paper, containing detailed instructions and guide- 4. Verify the topic selection and click methods used, key results, and contributions lines for submitting papers to AIAA, will “Select” again, then verify the rules and to the state of the art. This submittal should be made available to authors of accepted regulations on the subsequent page. include illustrations and data that support papers, and is also available at www.aiaa. 5. Answer the prompts to enter paper title, the results and contributions asserted. org by clicking “Conferences and Events,” author information (including e-mail then “Submit/Edit a Paper.” address), and A/V requirements. • Both abstracts and final manuscripts must adequately address the accuracy of results. • Final manuscripts are due at AIAA by 29 6. When this information is complete, Abstracts will be reviewed and selected December 2008. authors will be prompted to upload the abstract in any one of five formats: based on technical content, originality, • A “No Paper, No Podium” Policy is in MS Word (version 2003 or lower), importance to the field, clarity of presenta- effect for this conference. If a written paper WordPerfect, Text, RTF, or PDF. tion, accuracy validation, and the potential is not submitted by the final manuscript Authors having trouble submitting abstracts to result in a quality final paper. Note that deadline, authors will not be permitted to electronically should e-mail AIAA technical all abstracts are chosen by a competitive present the paper at the conference. In support at paper_tech_support@aiaa.org. process based on anonymous peer review addition, it is the responsibility of those Questions about manual abstract submis- using the above criteria. The review and authors whose papers or presentations are sions or full draft manuscripts themselves acceptance process will be weighted in accepted to ensure that a representative at- should be referred to the appropriate Tech- favor of authors submitting more relevant tends the conference to present the paper. nical Chair. documentation of their proposed papers. The length of the paper should be appropri- • Additional guidelines and exceptions to Authors will be notified of paper accep- ate for a conference paper—not a major the aforementioned guidelines (except for tance or rejection on or about 27 August project, final report, or final thesis. deadlines) can be made at the discretion of 2008. Instructions for preparation of final each technical program organizer.
    • 3 Young Professionals Aeroacoustics Young professionals are encouraged to Papers are solicited that address novel com- participate in the Young Professionals putational, experimental, and analytical Presentation program that provides young results and techniques in all areas related professionals under the age of 35 with to aeroacoustics and structural acoustics. the opportunity to present their work at a Specific areas of interest include but are not national AIAA technical conference. This limited to: program integrates young engineers into the regular sessions and allows them to • Jet noise (subsonic and supersonic with give presentations covering continuing and flight effects) in-process design or research works, in • Jet screech addition to completed projects. The Young • Broadband shock noise Professionals Presentation program allows • Jet noise suppression, cavity tones and their suppression • Planar and three-dimensional flow for oral presentations only; published pa- visualization and temporally resolved pers are not required. Please note that the • Turbo-machinery noise • Combustor and other core noise imaging Young Professionals Presentation program • Holographic and interferometric methods does not violate the “no paper, no podium” • Propeller noise (ducted and un-ducted) • Rotorcraft noise, airframe noise • Thermal anemometry and measurements policy; the program is fully supported by of temperature, density, sound and the Technical Activities Committee. • Duct acoustics • Atmospheric sound propagation/sonic acoustic array technology, pressure, or Presentation topics for the Aerospace Sci- boom species concentration fields ences Meeting Young Professionals Pre- • Computational Aeroacoustics • Techniques for boundary layer transition, sentation program can derive from either • Statistical energy analysis methods skin friction, heat transfer, and surface aeronautics or astronautics, but should be • Modal analysis and synthesis temperature and pressure (including work with which the presenting engineer is • Community noise and metrics temperature- and pressure-sensitive paint engaged or intimately familiar. When sub- • Interior noise, sonic fatigue, active noise techniques) mitting your abstract through the Web site control • Advanced diagnostics utilized as to the appropriate Technical Chair, please • Vibration control techniques sensors in flow control applications and note that this is a Young Professionals Pre- microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) Also welcome are program overviews sentation. based measurement approaches and (especially full-scale ground and flight test technology demonstrations), in-depth reviews, and sur- • Aerodynamic data acquisition, Warning—Technology Transfer veys. Typical applications range from civil- processing, and display Considerations ian aircraft and community noise issues to • Aerodynamic probe miniaturization Prospective authors are reminded that tech- sonic fatigue and acoustic impact issues in • Techniques for acquiring multiple nology transfer guidelines have extended fighters, bombers, and high-speed missiles. properties considerably the time required for review Please direct questions to: • Techniques for measuring plasma flow of abstracts and completed papers by U.S. interactions Vladimir Golubev government agencies. Internal (company) • Novel diagnostics applied in harsh Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University plus external (government) reviews can con- environments such as those found in 600 S. Clyde Morris Blvd. sume 16 weeks or more. Government re- Daytona Beach, FL 32114-3900 gas turbine engines and those involving view, if required, is the responsibility of the 386.226.6752 • 386.226.6747 fax cryogenic, high-G, in-flight, or high- author. Authors should determine the extent E-mail: Vladimir.Golubev@erau.edu temperature applications of approval necessary early in the paper Also, papers are solicited emphasizing preparation process to preclude paper with- Aerodynamic Measurement detailed uncertainty and error analysis of drawals and late paper submittal. Technology advanced diagnostic techniques; novel calibration and data processing methodolo- International Traffic in Arms Papers are solicited on topics related to gies; measurement of vorticity, property Regulations (ITAR) advanced and novel aerodynamic measure- space or time derivatives; and property ment techniques for ground-based or flight correlations. To be included in an Aerody- AIAA speakers and attendees are reminded applications. Submissions are encouraged namic Measurement Technology session, that some topics discussed in the confer- for all flow speed ranges, from incompress- papers should emphasize advancements or ence could be controlled by the Interna- ible to hypersonic and all thermodynamic innovations in the measurement technique it- tional Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR). conditions including those at high enthalpy self, rather than the particular fluid dynamic U.S. Nationals, which are U.S. Citizens and with combustion. Topics of particular problem to which the technique is applied. and Green Card Holders, are responsible interest include, but are not limited to: for ensuring that technical data they pres- Papers are also solicited jointly with the ent in open sessions to non-U.S. Nationals • Techniques applied to micro-flows Sensor Systems Technical Committee on top- in attendance or in conference proceed- and flow property measurements near ics related to sensor systems technologies ings are not export-restricted by the ITAR. surfaces for airborne and ground-based applica- U.S. Nationals are likewise responsible • Advances in spectroscopic methods tions. Topics of particular interest include: for ensuring that they do not discuss ITAR including laser-induced fluorescence, export-restricted information with non-U.S. absorption, Rayleigh, and Raman • Sensors, sensing systems, and sensing Nationals in attendance. techniques technologies utilized for acquisition and • Flow velocimetry and velocity field interpretation of remote sensing mapping • In situ measured imagery or other data forms
    • 4 • Detection and evaluation of physical • Advances in propulsion systems including • Vortical/vortex flow parameters and fields associated with turbojets, ramjets, scramjets, pulse • High angle of attack and high lift terrestrial, oceanographic, atmospheric, detonation engines, combined cycles aerodynamics or extraterrestrial phenomena and effects (including rocket and turbine based), • Transonic, supersonic, hypersonic • Detection and evaluation of nonchemical air breathing engines, aerodynamics environmental parameters associated systems integration, and propulsion • Low speed, low Reynolds number with the vehicle and its parts and aircraft integration aerodynamics components, as well as with the media in • Papers comparing engine flight testing • Airfoil/wing/configuration aerodynamics which they operate with ground test and CFD simulation • Weapons carriage and store separation • Detection, recognition, tracking, and results • Innovative aerodynamic concepts/ remote control of airborne objects designs Papers on topics not included here that • Measurement and evaluation of the • Aerodynamic design methodologies relate to air breathing propulsion technolo- environmental impact of airborne • Ground-to-flight scaling methodology and gies are also invited. vehicles correlation • In-flight measurement and definition of Please direct questions to: • Active flow control aerospace vehicle airflow parameters • Unmanned aerial vehicle designs/tests D. R. Reddy • In-flight measurements for evaluation and • Missile/projectile/guided-munition NASA Glenn Research Center improvement of vehicle performance 21000 Brookpark Rd., M.S. 5-3 aerodynamics • In-flight vehicle health monitoring Cleveland, OH 44135 • Aerodynamic-structural dynamics • In-flight vehicle control 216.433.8133 interaction • Airborne applications of measurement E-mail: dreddy@grc.nasa.gov • Applications of CFD to unique techniques used at ground test facilities configurations with validations against • Measurement and acquisition of inertial experimental data sensing data Aircraft Design • Propeller/rotorcraft aerodynamics Papers are sought on all aspects of aircraft • VSTOL/STOL aerodynamics In addition, papers are solicited on novel airframe and systems design. Review pa- • Icing effects on vehicle aerodynamics applications of advanced MEMS devices pers are especially sought that describe • Applied CFD in engineering as primary sensors in the sensor systems recent developments and trends in aircraft • Optimization methods in applied defined above and in other related technol- design: aerodynamics ogy areas. • Acoustics Please direct questions to: Please direct questions regarding Aerody- namic Measurement papers to: • Advanced systems integration Rob Vermeland (all-electric, energy-optimized, silent Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Co. Mark Sheplak aircraft, etc.) Kelly Johnson Engineering Center, MZ 1114 University of Florida • Aerodynamics 1011 Lockheed Way 231 MAE-A Building, P.O. Box 116250 • Aircraft/aerospace history, trends, and Palmdale, CA 93599 Gainesville, FL 32611-6250 policies 661.572.3776 352.392.3983 • 352.392.7303 fax • Aircraft systems E-mail: rob.vermeland@lmco.com E-mail: sheplak@ufl.edu • Computational fluid dynamics Please direct questions regarding Sensor • Cost effectiveness Systems papers to: Atmospheric Flight • Design synthesis and optimization • Environmental impact Mechanics Matt Nixon Boeing-SVS • Innovative aircraft concepts/ Papers are solicited that present new theo- 4411 The 25 Way, NE, Suite 350 configurations retical, computational, or experimental Albuquerque, NM 87109 • Innovative aircraft systems concepts results in atmospheric flight mechanics. 505.449.4687 • Missions and mission effectiveness Topics of interest include recent simulation E-mail: matthew.d.nixon@boeing.com • Propulsion integration and flight test evaluation of a variety of • Safety vehicle configurations, including X-vehicles, unmanned aerial vehicles, and missiles. Air Breathing Propulsion Please direct questions to: Papers covering advanced technologies to Papers are solicited that address the de- Charlie Svoboda meet challenging atmospheric flight prob- sign, integration, flow-field physics, chem- The Boeing Company lems during ascent/abort and reentry flight istry, and thermodynamics of air breathing P.O. Box 516, Mail Code 306-4035 phases of launch vehicles are welcome. propulsion. Topics include, but are not St. Louis, MO 63166-0516 Interesting and novel flight mechanics prob- 314.216.1155 • 314.232.2854 fax lems or lessons learned during the develop- limited to: E-mail: charles.svoboda@boeing.com ment and testing of these vehicles would • Experimental results pertaining to inlets, be of particular interest. Specific areas of ducted and unducted fans, compressors, combustors, turbines, augmentors, and Applied Aerodynamics relevancy include, but are not limited to: nozzles The Applied Aerodynamics Technical Com- Aerodynamic Prediction Methods: This • Techniques for the advancement of mittee solicits papers on topics related to technology area covers the prediction of engine component technologies, such as aerodynamic design, vehicle aerodynam- aerodynamic forces and moments acting design, manufacturing, materials, testing, ics, and aerodynamic phenomena to in- on all types of atmospheric flight vehicles. diagnostics, and instrumentation clude, but not limited to: Of particular interest is the integration of a • Analytical/computational methods variety of methods such as computational • Wind-tunnel and flight testing aerodynamics, advanced dynamic testing applicable to engine components aerodynamics techniques, and unique flow-field measure- including fluid, thermal, and structural • Unsteady aerodynamics ment methods into unified approaches for analysis
    • 5 • Space environment • Planetary and lunar surface environments • On-orbit spacecraft-environment interactions Potential ASE contributors should be ad- vised that the ASE technical committee vot- ed to hold the first annual Atmospheric and Space Environments Conference in June of 2009 co-located with other AIAA confer- the prediction of aerodynamic loads and tion between forward and hovering flight. ences held annually in the summer. The cre- flight simulation in subsonic, transonic, Additionally, topics relating to the flight ation of this conference will help eliminate supersonic, and hypersonic flight environ- mechanics of unconventional small/mini/ direct conflicts with other meetings held on ments, at steady and unsteady conditions, micro flight vehicles (e.g., ornithopters, or about the same time as the Aerospace and at low and high angles of attack. flapping wing vehicles, rotorcraft, etc.) are Sciences Meeting. The ASE technical com- requested. mittee envisions that the move to a summer Aircraft Flight Dynamics, Handling Quali- conference will eliminate some of these ties, and Performance: This topic area Planetary Entry and Aeroassist Technology: conflicts and increase the participation and includes aircraft stability, control response, Papers are requested relating to the entry content of its technical sessions. Potential handling qualities, and response to atmo- dynamics into the Earth’s or a celestial attendees should note these changes and spheric disturbances. Subtopics of interest body’s atmosphere. Topics include hyper- be alert to the future call for papers for the include determination of stability and con- sonic flight performance, optimization of June 2009 conference. trol derivatives, manned and unmanned ve- reentry vehicle configurations, trajectory hicle handling qualities, high-angle-of-attack optimization, and trans-atmospheric vehi- Please direct questions to: control, nonlinear modeling, rotorcraft han- cles. Papers are also requested in the area Dale Ferguson dling qualities with and without slung loads, of aerogravity assist orbit transfer vehicles. NASA Marshall Space Flight Center trajectory optimization, effects of icing and Topics include planetary aero-braking and EM50 turbulence on flight dynamics and control, aerocapture, low-density atmospheric flight Huntsville, AL 35812 flow-field effects, departure prevention, and mechanics, and atmospheric maneuvering 256.544.8316 • 256.544.5103 fax spin characteristics. to effect orbital transfer. E-mail: dale.c.ferguson@nasa.gov Launch Vehicle, Missile, and Projectile Flight Papers in other areas related to atmospher- Dynamics: This area pertains to the applica- ic flight mechanics are also welcome. Computer Systems tion of analytical or experimental methods Please direct questions to: Abstracts are solicited on a wide range of for the analysis and prediction of the flight Michael A. Weaver topics in aerospace-related applications of dynamics of expendable and reusable The Aerospace Corporation computer systems. Areas of interest include: launch vehicles, missiles, and projectiles. The advanced technology areas include P.O. Box 92957 M4-964 • High-performance computing and performance, stability, and control; adap- Los Angeles, CA 90009-2957 computational simulation 310.336.7860 • 310.336.0492 fax tive guidance, control reallocation, and • Computer architecture E-mail: Michael.A.Weaver@aero.org re-configurable flight control methods dur- • Network architecture ing ascent/abort and reentry phases of the • Distributed computing mission to improve safety and operability of Atmospheric and Space • Embedded systems second-generation reusable launch vehicles. Environments • Real-time systems Topics of interest include high-angle-of- • Object-oriented programming Papers are sought that provide the aero- attack aerodynamics, determination of dy- • Visualization space (ground operations, aviation, namic stability derivatives, component and • Mission critical software rockets, launch vehicles, and spacecraft) store-to-store interference effects, projectile • Digital avionics community with scientific and technical in- launch and flight dynamics, incorporation • Aerospace-related information systems formation concerning interactions between of predictions into trajectory simulations, • Applications of MEMS and aerospace systems and the atmospheric/ trajectory flight dynamics affecting the im- nanotechnology in computing systems space environment. In addition, new or pact accuracy of missiles and projectiles, • Applications of commercial off-the-shelf refined information improving the basic and analysis of flight test data. systems (COTS) understanding of the atmosphere, space, Small/Mini/Micro Aerial Vehicles: Presently or their applications to aviation and aero- In addition, high-performance computing there is great interest in very small flight ve- space vehicle design and operations issues (HPC) grand challenge problems are of hicles for a variety of purposes. Such small is solicited. Atmospheric and Space Envi- particular interest. Authors are encouraged vehicles pose new challenges for the design ronments includes the areas of: to submit their manuscripts, either before engineer. Low flight speeds, hovering flight, or after the meeting, to the Journal of Aero- • Aircraft icing low-inertia vehicles, unconventional designs space Computing, Information, and Com- • Aircraft wake vortex technology all present challenges for development. Pa- munication for publication. • Atmospheric dynamics pers are therefore requested relating to the • Aviation weather accident prevention Please direct questions to: unique flight mechanics and handling quali- • Meteorological applications to Chiping Li ties of small/mini/micro aerial vehicles. aerospace operations Aerojet Topics include low Reynolds number aero- • Satellite and ground-based measurement P.O. Box 6555 prediction, flight mechanics for low-inertia systems Folsom, CA 95763 vehicles, effects of flexible vehicle structure • Environment standards 916.355.4753 on flight mechanics, flight mechanics in the • Meteoroid and debris environment E-mail: chiping.li@aerojet.com very low speed flight regime, and transi-
    • 6 Education Energetic Components and • CFD applications including optimization Systems • Flow control: active, passive, and closed- Aerospace engineering is both the most loop flow control; flow control actuators specialized and the most diversified of The science of energetic materials is critical • Cross-disciplinary fluids dynamics fields, thus challenging the aerospace com- to the aerospace community. Energetic com- involving aero-optics, aeroacoustics, munity to effectively educate engineering ponents, both explosive and pyrotechnic, fluid/structure interactions, combustion, students to meet a dynamic environment. As provide critical performance attributes to multi-material and multi-phase flows the complexity of our field continues to in- aeronautical and astronautical missions. • Uncertainty estimates in experiment and crease, the multidisciplinary aspects of the The successful engineering and applica- computation aerospace curriculum must be strengthened tion of the controlled use of the energetic • Innovative flow measurement while maintaining or improving the more materials in these components is a result of technologies and resultant observations traditional fundamentals of engineering fundamental understanding of the scientific • Low Reynolds number flows for science. For this year’s meeting, papers are phenomena that govern the performance of biomechanical applications especially encouraged that address these these materials. Papers relating to the sci- • Unsteady flows issues, including but not limited to: ence of energetic materials and devices are • Internal flows (e.g., turbomachinery) sought for sessions at the ASM 2009 Con- • Micro/nano-fluidics • New, more effective pedagogies ference. Paper topics are solicited in the • Non-continuum flows for improving understanding of the following, non-inclusive list of study areas: • Zero-gravity flows fundamentals of engineering science and subdisciplines such as aerodynamics and • Energetic materials synthesis/ • Non-deterministic (e.g., stochastic) fluid propulsion characterization dynamics • Curricular development addressing the • Energetic materials compatibility/aging/ • Extension of aerospace-related fluid multi-disciplinary nature of aerospace surveillance dynamics concepts, tools, and processes system analysis and design • Analytical method development for to non-aerospace fields (e.g., automotive, • Novel teaching approaches that analysis of energetic materials materials processing, and electronics incorporate nontraditional methods • Testing and diagnostics of energetic cooling) • Best practices for ABET assessment materials events With your submission, please indicate your • Broader innovative collaboration of • Numerical simulation of energetic preferred session topic, choosing from the industry and academia in engineering materials/components bulleted topic areas listed above. education • Nano-scale phenomenon of energetic • Papers and/or topics for open forums: material performance Please direct questions to: • Innovations on the horizon — • Reduced toxicity energetic materials Thomas McLaughlin new directions in research and U.S. Air Force Academy, Dept. of Aeronautics Please direct questions to: development by industry and 2354 Fairchild Dr., Suite 6H27 educational institutions Karl K. Rink HQ USAFA/DFAN • Translating the effects of globalization University of Idaho, Mechanical Engineering U.S. Air Force Academy, CO 80840 and green engineering practices from Moscow, ID 83844-0902 719.333.2613 industry to the classroom 208.885.9447 • 208.885.9031 fax E-mail: tom.mclaughlin@usafa.edu • Better preparing graduates for a E-mail: karlrink@uidaho.edu rapidly evolving work environment Ground Testing Please direct questions to: Fluid Dynamics Ground Testing papers are solicited on Dolores S. Krausche Papers are solicited in the areas of experi- unclassified topics related to all aspects Florida Center for Engineering Education mental, theoretical, and computational fluid of aerodynamics, propulsion, and space P.O. Box 271 dynamics relevant to aerospace applica- systems ground testing and related facili- Gainesville, FL 32602 tions, including basic research and devel- ties. Topics of interest include, but are not 352.378.1304 opment, applied research, and advanced limited to: E-mail: dsk@atlantic.net technology development. Papers that pres- ent new insight into flow physics, introduce • Test simulations for all aerodynamic innovative applications, address emerging flow regimes, propulsion (including technical areas, or combine experimental, propellant conditioning), and outer space computational, and/or theoretical ap- environments proaches are strongly encouraged. Authors • Design, development, and performance who have recognized expertise in a partic- of new, modified, or unique ground test ular area and who are interested in writing facilities, subsystems, and components a comprehensive review are encouraged to thereof contact the conference organizer. • Advances in test techniques, experimental uncertainty, and integration Potential subject areas include, but are not of computation with experiment, limited to: for reduced risk in predicted flight • Integrated theoretical/experimental/ characteristics computational studies on fluid flow • Emerging requirements for aerospace problems ground testing that exceed current • Transition & turbulence: experiments, capabilities modeling, simulations, applications • Issues focused on Computational Fluid • CFD methodology: algorithms, Dynamic comparisons with wind tunnel structured/unstructured grids, higher- and flight test data, including code order discretizations, low-dissipation development, validation, and verification schemes
    • 7 • Integration and use of computing Please direct questions to: • Autonomous and expert systems equipment for real-time test control, data • Discrete planning/scheduling algorithms Kevin Burns acquisition, processing, validation, and Wyle Laboratories, Aerospace Group • Intelligent data/image processing presentation 1550 Hotel Circle North, Suite 425 • Learning and adaptive techniques • Development, application, and San Diego, CA 92108 • Data fusion and reasoning validation of flow diagnostics in 619.543.1700 • Knowledge engineering ground testing facilities, with special E-mail: kevin.burns@wylelabs.com Intelligent Systems technology domains that emphasis on pressure sensitive paints, are of interest include: temperature sensitive paints, video model Homeland Security Program deformation, infrared imaging, and Committee • Knowledge-based systems optical diagnostics • Heuristic search • All aspects of increasing “knowledge Homeland Security depends critically on a • Qualitative simulation and model-based per test,” including new test techniques, number of research areas, encompassing reasoning instrumentation, automation, design the full range of AIAA technical commit- • Neural networks of experiments, and experimental tees and beyond. We strongly encourage • Fuzzy logic uncertainty submission of abstracts for the relevant ses- • Evolutionary (genetic) algorithms • Unique or innovative uses of existing sions, including examples such as: • Learning systems facilities • Fluid dynamics and multi-phase flow • Autonomy • Improvements in the quality of wind relating to atmospheric dynamics, Papers should include either a new tech- tunnel testing and reduction of climate, oceans, and water supplies nique with sample applications or success- the cost and cycle times for these • Unmanned sensor platforms ful applications of existing techniques to tests, with emphasis on test article • Space assets and capabilities/limitations problems of current interest to aerospace design, fabrication, and usage, • Sensors and intelligent systems professionals. testing productivity, and test program • Manned assets/operations management • C2I, communications, and Please direct questions to: • Ground and flight test integration interoperability Ella Atkins • Expert systems, artificial intelligence, and • Human factors and dynamics University of Michigan, Department of neural networks related to ground test • Biometrics Aerospace Engineering issues • Economic and legal considerations/ 1320 Beal Ave. • Knowledge capture for ground test impact 3009 FXB Building related facilities, systems, and techniques • Air traffic and operations Ann Arbor, MI 48109 • Development of educational and • Energy, lasers, directed energy, and non- 734.615.7456 continuing education/career path lethal counter-asset/counter-personnel E-mail: ematkins@umich.edu opportunities in experimental testing for technologies new students, technicians, and engineers • Modeling/simulation in any pertinent Meshing, Visualization, In addition, timely surveys and reviews of areas and Computational these topics are sought. The Ground Test The above list is simply to suggest possibili- Environments Technical Committee will also conduct a ties. All papers relating to Homeland Secu- The Meshing, Visualization, and Compu- program to recognize “Outstanding Pa- rity will be considered. tational Environments TC solicits papers pers” presented in the Ground Test sessions. Please direct questions to: describing tools and techniques that facili- Please direct questions to: tate simulation of real-world problems using Kevin Kremeyer David A. Dress CFD, CAA, CSM, and CEM. Although not PM&AM Research NASA Langley Research Center limited to these topics, papers that describe 1665 E. 18th St. MS 225 Tucson, AZ 85719 advanced techniques and extreme applica- Hampton, VA 23681 520.903.2345 • 520.903.2346 fax tions in the following areas are particularly 757.272.9367 • 757.864.8194 fax E-mail: kremeyer@physics-math.com encouraged: E-mail: David.A.Dress@nasa.gov • Computational geometry, including CAD- Intelligent Systems CAE interoperability History • Meshing, including surface and volume Papers are sought that describe the applica- grids, grid adaptation, and moving/ As we complete the centennial of the tion of Intelligent System (IS) technologies deforming meshes Aerospace Industry, we can learn from the and methods to aerospace systems, and the • Grid quality metrics, especially for real- experiences of those who came before. In verification and validation of these systems. world configurations 2009, we celebrate the centennial events The systems of interest include both military • Post processing, including multi- of Blériot crossing the English Channel and and commercial aerospace systems, and dimensional and transient visualization, the First International Aviation Competition those ground systems that are part of test, feature detection, knowledge capture, in Rheims, France, won by Glenn Curtiss, development, or operations of aerospace and engineering animation as well as the Jubilee year of the seven systems. Technologies which enable safe • Collaborative environments, including Project Mercury astronauts. This year’s and reliable operation of complex aero- user interfaces, Internet technology, history sessions will remind us of the early space systems or sub-systems with minimal virtual reality, and linkages to design accomplishments of AIAA, its members, or no human intervention (autonomy), or optimization and advanced engineering and the industry. Papers are sought cover- with collaborative synthetic-human agent environments ing significant advancements of flight, both teams are of interest. These include, but are in air and in space. All papers on the his- not limited to: tory of aeronautics and space flight will be considered.
    • 8 Authors are encouraged to submit their Plasmadynamics and exhaust gas treatment, remediation, and manuscripts, either before or after the meet- Lasers hazardous materials disposal. ing, to the Journal of Aerospace Comput- • Advanced Diagnostics: Including ing, Information, and Communication for Papers describing basic and/or applied the development and utilization of publication. research and development results in the laser-based diagnostics, flow field areas of plasmadynamics and lasers and characterization methods, and plasma Please direct questions to: related topics are solicited. Efforts combin- diagnostics. Balu Sekar ing contemporary theoretical/computation- • Weakly Ionized Plasma Physics and U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory/RZTC al analyses with experimental verification/ Aerospace Applications. 1950 Fifth St. validation and which represent notable Room No. 109, Bldg. 490 advancements in the aerospace sciences Papers concerning dual-use technologies, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH 45433 are especially encouraged. Special con- which address non-aerospace issues of 937.255.2668 • 937.656.4570 fax sideration will be given to works reporting major public concern, such as energy, envi- E-mail: balu.sekar@wpafb.af.mil milestone R&D and/or engineering achieve- ronment, and medicine are strongly encour- ments related to aerospace system appli- aged. Suggestions for invited papers and cation of plasma and laser technologies. joint sessions are also welcome. Multidisciplinary Design Survey papers on the current state of the art Optimization Please direct questions to: and historical perspectives are also desired. Multidisciplinary Design Optimization Specific topics of interest include, but are Ron J. Litchford (MDO) is a computational technology for NASA Marshall Space Flight Center not limited to: the discovery and exploitation of inter- Propulsion R&D Laboratory • Plasma and Laser Physics: Including ER32 actions among disparate disciplines to fundamental processes, laboratory Huntsville, AL 35812 improve performance, lower cost, and plasma generation and characterization, 256.544.1740 • 256.544.2032 fax shorten the product/system design cycle, experimental research or methods, E-mail: ron.litchford@nasa.gov through the application of optimization plasma chemistry and kinetics, non- algorithms. The influence of MDO reaches equilibrium reacting flows, properties, Propellants and Combustion diverse phases of a product or system life, and advances in theory and/or including manufacturability, operability and computational simulation methods. The Propellants and Combustion Technical serviceability. • Space Plasma Physics and Applications: Committee solicits papers from all areas Papers are sought on the development or Including spacecraft-plasma interactions, of propellants and combustion relevant to application of multidisciplinary analysis space laser applications, and space aerospace sciences, technologies, and ap- and optimization methods. Papers are also experiments. plications. New developments in all areas sought on the development or applica- • Laser Devices and Systems: Including the of analytical, numerical, or experimental tion of computational frameworks, and on physics, engineering, and application contributions as well as review papers per- related technologies, such as visualization of high-energy lasers, chemical lasers, tinent to propellants and combustion are of techniques and uncertainty quantifica- electric lasers, laser material interaction, interest. Following the meeting, one paper tion, that inherently support MDO. Papers laser optics, and fluid-optic interactions. will be selected for the Best Paper Award incorporating more than one discipline or • Highly Energetic Plasma Systems: in the propellants and combustion area. technology should explain the nature and Including the physics, engineering, and Potential topics of interest include, but are benefit of interdisciplinary synergies at application of high-power gas discharge not limited to: the system level. Papers limited to single and plasma generation devices, arc- • Rocket and Air-Breathing Combustion: discipline optimization should emphasize heater technology, explosively generated This area covers design and analysis aspects of the optimization process such plasma applications, compact pulse issues for practical combustors such as as sensitivity analysis, approximation or power, and high temperature systems rockets, gas turbines, turbojets, ramjets, visualization. MDO applications of interest and environments. and other hybrid engines. Topics of address aeronautical and mechanical sys- • Magnetohydrodynamics (MHD): interest include combustion instabilities, tems that may incorporate any number of Including MHD power generation and thermo-acoustic interactions, active enabling technologies. propulsion technologies, terrestrial and passive combustion control, plume Core topics of interest include: and aerospace systems applications, characteristics, fuel flexibility, and other combustion plasma methods, innovative fundamental combustion processes • Multidisciplinary analysis and non-equilibrium plasma techniques, related to conventional propulsion optimization methods and applications nuclear MHD systems, electromagnetic- systems. • Uncertainty quantification and non- fluid interaction and characterization, • Detonations, Explosions, and Supersonic deterministic design optimization fundamental processes, and theoretical Combustion: Topics of interest include • Modeling and simulation methods and/or computational simulation fundamental research in detonation • Shape and topology optimization methods. and supersonic combustion as well • Computational design frameworks • Plasma and Laser Propulsion: Including as combustion dynamics involving Please direct questions to: innovative and efficient plasma formation scramjets, pulse detonation engines, and acceleration approaches, high oblique detonation engines, ram Samy Missoum power thruster concepts, electrode University of Arizona, Aerospace and accelerators, and other unconventional erosion issues, electrodeless discharge propulsion systems. Mechanical Engineering Department mechanisms, modeling of fundamental 1130 North Mountain Ave. • Spray and Droplet Combustion: Topics processes, experimental performance of interest include liquid jet break-up Tucson, AZ 85721-0119 characterization, and beamed energy processes, atomization, vaporization, 520.626.5226 • 520.621.8191 fax propulsion. mixing, and their impact on spray E-mail: smissoum@email.arizona.edu • Plasma Materials Processing and flame characteristics as well as droplet Environmental Applications: Including
    • 9 combustion, supercritical combustion, • Surface mobility — robotic and human and other related topics. exploration • Combustion Chemistry: Topics of interest • Research enabled by lunar and martian include development and application of environments reduced kinetic mechanisms, surrogate • Value proposition for the space program fuels, NOx and SOx chemistry, soot — applied space research tailored to formation and oxidation, flow-chemistry present and future problems interaction, and other related physical • Space resource utilization — in situ and chemical processes affecting resource utilization on lunar and martian reaction kinetics. bases • Micro-Combustion and Micro-Propulsion: • Space tourism/adventure Topics of interest include micro-scale • Space colonization combustion for power generation, micro- • Promising lunar commercialization IC engines, micro-propulsion engines, • Space land rights and micro-thrusters. Please refer questions to: • Combustion Diagnostics: Topics of interest include development and Narayanan (Ram) Ramachandran application of advanced diagnostic or Jacobs Technology Inc. sensing techniques for understanding and NASA Marshall Space Flight Center controlling combustion phenomena. Space Exploration, ER 42 • Heterogeneous Combustion and Resources, and Colonization Huntsville, AL 35803 Propellants: Topics of interest include The nation’s Vision for Space Exploration 256.544.8308 E-mail: narayanan.ramachandran-1@nasa.gov fundamental aspects of combustion encompasses robust human and robotic of solid fuels, propellants, and fuel exploration missions beyond low Earth additives, as well as propellant synthesis orbit towards realizing a robust civil space Systems Engineering and related topics. program and the eventual development of Papers in all areas of Systems Engineer- • Turbulent Combustion: Topics of interest space settlements on the Moon and Mars. ing are encouraged. All types of papers include fundamental aspects of turbulent The exploration goals include learning will be considered, including case studies, reacting flows and combustion dynamics about our past, improving life on Earth, developmental work and technical analysis. involving premixed, partially-premixed, and shaping our future, through scientific Topics include but are not limited to Systems and non-premixed turbulent flames linked scrutiny, exploration, sound judgment, Engineering applications, integrated dis- to rockets, air-breathing combustors, and planning, and management. While the ciplines and technology, future trends and others. Apollo era shaped by the space race was predictions in Systems Engineering, Systems • Laminar Flames: Topics of interest widely popular and successful, the present Engineering education and research, and include fundamental aspects of laminar environment presents unique challenges for Systems Engineering life cycle processes flames along with their ignition, the space program to be relevant and to and systems effectiveness. extinction, stabilization, instabilities, and captivate the next generation. Experience interactions with laminar flow processes. in space has shown that operations outside Please direct questions to: • Advanced Combustion Concepts, the atmosphere and on extraterrestrial John C. Hsu Fuel Technology, and Environmental surfaces frequently encounter serious and The Boeing Company Impact: This is a special area of interest, unique challenges. These include radiation 2260 East Imperial Highway covering combustion-related topics of effects on materials and humans, electrical Mail Code W-S12-W353 environmental technology, which may charging, pervasiveness of lunar dust, hard El Segundo, CA 90245 reduce pollution or conserve natural vacuum, and significant thermal loads. 714.349.6810 resources. In particular, papers are New exploration strategies and technolo- E-mail: john.c.hsu@boeing.com especially welcomed in the areas of gies must be developed to address these flameless combustion, alternative fuel, challenges and support mission logistics for bio-fuel, hydrogen technologies, and human and robotic exploration, power gen- Space Operations and other combustion-related environmental eration, and resource utilization. The yearn- Support technologies, as well as papers on the ing of people to travel into space, even in Papers are requested for all topic areas of associated environmental impact. short sub-orbital flights, is an important first space operations and ground support. Top- • Other topics in combustion and step towards future space colonization by ics include but are not limited to original propellant research, such as fire humans. Space tourism represents an im- space operations research and reports in research, high-energy fuels, endothermic portant commercial aspect of this endeavor the areas of new technology, technology fuels, novel propellants, and in situ as we develop technologies, measurable trends, operations procedure and practices, propellant production for planetary successes, and strong advocacy, to perma- human factors, the space environment, stan- missions are also of interest. nently move to new residences elsewhere dards, space policy/law, communications, in the solar system, hopefully within this and ground support. Please direct questions to: century. Papers are invited that address the Ken H. Yu following specific topics in the wide Space Please direct questions to: University of Maryland, Department of Exploration and Colonization portfolio: Jeff Laube Aerospace Engineering Northrop Grumman Space Technology College Park, MD 20742 • Lunar and planetary environment and One Space Park, R7/1051 301.405.1333 • 301.314.9001 fax challenges to exploration Redondo Beach, CA 90278 E-mail: yu@umd.edu • Exploration strategies and mission 310.812.2794 logistics E-mail: jeff.laube@ngc.com
    • 10 Terrestrial Energy • Heat transfer: computational, conduction, 11th Weakly Ionized Gases Applications of Aerospace convection (free and forced), phase Workshop Technology change, and radiation • Heat transfer and cooling in The 11th Weakly Ionized Gases (WIG) The Terrestrial Energy Systems Technical turbomachinery Workshop will be held concurrently with the Committee is sponsoring sessions on the • High-speed flows AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting & Ex- use of aerospace technology in ground- • Historical perspectives in thermophysics hibit. The workshop will consist of technical power systems. Papers are solicited on research papers and invited presentations. Technical development and application of technology • Hypersonic and low density facilities papers will be integrated into a series of common to the aerospace and terrestrial- • Microgravity effects on high power two- eight to ten workshop sessions to be held energy communities. Experimental, com- phase thermal management systems throughout the week. Papers are solicited putational, and theoretical papers dealing • Microgravity testing for aerospace on broad topics related to the study of flight with fundamental and applied energy applications interactions with weakly ionized gases. conversion technologies will be considered • Missiles thermal management Subject material for papers can range from for presentation. Topics include, but are not • Nonequilibrium flows basic R&D to applied and advanced tech- limited to: combustion modeling and mea- • Nonequilibrium radiation nology. Papers regarding contemporary surement; active and passive combustion • Nonintrusive diagnostics experiments, analytical and computational control; unwanted combustion, fires and • Particle-laden flow modeling and methods, new theory, results, test data, and explosions, control of liquid and gaseous measurement conclusions are desired. Interdisciplinary environmental pollution; typical energy • Rocket plumes papers and those that combine theory and power systems; alternative energy sources • Propulsion analysis with experimental validation, with such as solar, wind, fuel cells, batteries, • Power systems results and conclusions that can be directly heat pumps, thermionic and thermoelectric • Radiation analyses (surface properties) applied, are of special interest. Survey devices; waste minimization and treatment • Radiators and heat rejection systems papers and those that are of a historical including materials recovery and thermal • Spacecraft contamination perspective are also sought. Topics of inter- destruction of solid and liquid waste; • Space environmental effects est include: nano-energetic materials; alternative fuels; • Spacecraft thermal management and • Air/fuel plasma properties and biofuels; fuel transformation to clean and modular spacecraft interactions high energy density fuels; power-system • Surface catalysis • Internal and external plasma efficiency and economics; and global and • Thermal contact conductance aerodynamics national energy and environment issues. • Thermal control • Non-equilibrium thermal and chemically Please direct questions to: • Thermal protection systems reacting flows, including combustion • Thermophysical properties • Methods of on-board plasma generation Suresh K. Aggarwal Emerging Topics: • Plasma-based drag reduction and flow University of Illinois at Chicago, Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering control • Integrated and multidisciplinary modeling • Shock attenuation in plasma flows 842 West Taylor St. and simulation Chicago, IL 60607-7022 • Electromagnetic (EM) and • Minimization of entropy production magnetohydrodynamic (MHD) 312.996.2235 • 312.413.0447 fax • Micro-scale heat transfer and micro- interactions and applications, including E-mail: ska@uic.edu fluidics flow control and energy extraction • MEMS and nanotechnologies • Systems applications Thermophysics • Multiphase flows and heat transfer continuum methods for transition-to- Please direct questions to: The Thermophysics Technical Committee rarefied flows Campbell D. Carter solicits papers on topics in thermophysics • Wireless thermal measurements Aerospace Propulsion Division, AFRL/RZA and heat transfer. Papers are solicited on topics related to all aspects of thermal en- With your submission, please indicate your 1950 Fifth St. preferred session topic, choosing from the Wright-Patterson AFB, OH 45433 ergy transfer and aerospace applications 937.255.7203 • 937.656.4659 fax therein. Contributions based on analytical, bulleted topic areas listed above. Each E-mail: campbell.carter@wpafb.af.mil numerical and/or experimental studies are year, the Thermophysics Technical Commit- welcomed. Scientific and technical contribu- tee has offered a Best Paper Award in both tions are emphasized, rather than status re- the Professional and Student Categories 23rd Symposium on ports on work in progress. Areas of specific (with the student receiving a monetary Gravity-Related Phenomena interest include, but are not limited to: award). Student submissions are strongly in Space Exploration encouraged. Also, timely survey and review • Aircraft/spacecraft thermal management The 23rd Symposium on Gravity-Related articles on the above topics are solicited. • Ablation Phenomena in Space Exploration is being Authors are encouraged to submit their • Aerothermodynamics organized for January 2009 to explore manuscripts, either before or after the meet- • Cryogenics and cryogenic systems gravity-related phenomena in technologies ing, to the AIAA Journal of Thermophysics • Direct simulation Monte Carlo methods supporting human and robotic space explo- and Heat Transfer for possible publication. • Electronic and microelectronic avionics ration. The purpose of the symposium is to cooling Please direct questions to: address specific technical problems associ- • Electronic thermal management ated with gravity-related phenomena that Ab Hashemi • Heat pipes, loop heat pipes, and Lockheed Martin Space Systems Company cross traditional science and technology innovative heat pipe designs 1111 Lockheed Martin Way discipline lines. The symposium organizers • Heat exchangers Orgn. B11S, Bldg. 181 solicit papers describing specific technolo- Sunnyvale, CA 94089 gies or technology development efforts in 408.756.3545 • 720.563.2063 fax which gravity-related phenomena such as E-mail: ab.hashemi@lmco.com non-isothermal fluids, multi-phase fluids,
    • 11 reacting systems, systems involving phase Society and Aerospace systems to support First Response, tools changes, etc. are involved. Technology Technology and equipment that derive their heritage areas may include cryogenic fluid systems, from aerospace materials and concepts, propulsion and power systems, life support The Society and Aerospace Technology integrated disaster management using and extra-vehicular activity systems, in-situ Committee examines the societal benefits aerospace resources such as aircraft, heli- resource utilization and surface mobility of aerospace technologies, past, present copters, UAVs, and satellites, threats from systems, and other technologies that may and future. The Delta Forum provides new materials to combat aviation fires, and be deployed in partial-gravity environments a multi-disciplinary perspective on current improvements to enhance human survivabil- of lunar and planetary surfaces or the near- issues challenging the aerospace industry ity in aircraft crashes. Of particular interest zero gravity environment of cis-lunar or and their effect on society. The Interac- are case studies showing the application interplanetary space. The organizers wel- tions With Society series reveals the of aerospace technologies to recent emer- come papers from the traditional fundamen- aerospace-enabled society, unwrapping the gency events. Papers are especially wel- tal science disciplines of combustion, fluid societal benefits of aerospace technologies. come from authors outside the traditional physics, materials science, biotechnology, The Astrosociology series examines the aerospace disciplines. and fundamental physics in which gravity challenges of building a spacefaring soci- ety. Three sessions of invited presentations Please direct questions to: plays a role. Papers are solicited from aca- demic, commercial, and governmental insti- and technical papers are planned for the John A. Christian tutions including international contributions. following topics: The University of Texas at Austin, Aerospace Engineering & Engineering Mechanics A Best Paper and Best Student Presentation 512.471.6069 will be selected by the Microgravity and The Delta Forum: E-mail: john.a.christian@mail.utexas.edu Space Processes Technical Committee from Environmental among the participants in the symposium. Considerations for “Green” Astrosociology: First Please direct questions to: Aerospace Response in a Spacefaring Papers are solicited that examine how Society Kurt Sacksteder recent and emerging environmental consid- Papers are solicited that examine theory NASA Glenn Research Center, Microgravity Science Division erations for emissions control, noise control, and research of space and society, space 21000 Brookpark Rd. and related legal and business changes travel, and settlements, related to the ability MS 77-5 have affected and will affect the aerospace to conduct emergency response, rescue, Cleveland, OH 44135 industry. Topics of interest include noise fire response, and law enforcement in the 216.433.2857 pollution, emissions control, waste manage- context of an interplanetary society. Topics E-mail: Kurt.Sacksteder@nasa.gov ment, ecosystem impacts, orbital debris, of interest include the operational consid- climate monitoring, and environmental erations affecting First Response in space, security. Papers should examine one or or in a Moon-Mars base setting, equipment 28th ASME Wind Energy more of the engineering and technology Symposium design, integrating human-safety consider- management aspects of these issues, such ations into space systems, innovations in Papers are solicited for a broad range of as multidisciplinary design considerations, equipment, new technologies needed, and topics related to wind energy conversion, economic and legal considerations, pro- the logistics of an interplanetary rescue both land-based and offshore, as well as grammatic issues for integrating environ- scenario. Of particular interest are case ocean energy conversion. Topics of interest mental concerns into aerospace systems studies that provide insight into safety and include, but are not limited to: engineering, and societal benefits and rescue considerations of past and current impacts related to aerospace environmental space programs, and how they may evolve • Aeroacoustics considerations. Of particular interest are • Airfoil, blade, and wake aerodynamics over the next 50 years and across the solar case studies that show how technical or system. Papers are especially welcome from • Atmospheric physics and inflow management problems related to environ- • Hybrid and off-grid systems, including authors outside the traditional aerospace mental considerations, such as emissions disciplines. wind-hydrogen concepts and systems trades, are being addressed and resolved, • Field and laboratory testing, including in a commercial, civil, or military setting. Please direct questions to: non-destructive testing • Power and structural controls Please direct questions to: Marilyn Dudley-Flores Astrosociology Working Group • Structural dynamics, loads, and response Tim Howard 2262 Magnolia Ave. • Turbine design and development NOAA National Weather Service Petaluma, CA 94952 • Design loads and certification 1325 East West Hwy, #12346 707.364.2773 • Fatigue, failure and reliability W/OST33 E-mail: md-r@ops-alaska.com • Innovative components and subsystems Silver Spring, MD 20910 • Materials and manufacturing processes 301.713.1570 x143 • Site-specific design and optimization E-mail: timothy.howard@noaa.gov • Utility and grid integration Please direct questions to: Interactions With Society: Maureen Hand Aerospace and the First National Renewable Energy Laboratory Responder 1617 Cole Blvd. MS 3811 Papers are solicited that examine how aero- Golden, CO 80401 space technologies and systems are used to 303.384.6933 • 303.384.6901 fax support First Responders, such as law en- E-mail: maureen_hand@nrel.gov forcement, fire and rescue, homeland secu- rity, and marine search and rescue. Topics of interest include aerospace vehicles and
    • NONPROFIT ORG. U.S. POSTAGE PAID MERRIFIELD, VA PERMIT NO. 1851 47th AIAA Aerospace CALL FOR Sciences Meeting PAPERS Including The New Horizons Forum and Abstract Deadline Aerospace Exposition 4 June 2008 5–8 January 2009 Orlando World Center Marriott cien ce of Flight Technology Orlando, Florida nci ng the S Adva www.aiaa.o rg / e v e nt s /asm Advancing the Science of Flight Technology 08-0075