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Title: Propulsion and Energy Group Meeting


1
Propulsion and Energy Group Meeting
  • 42nd AIAA/ASME/SAE/ASEE Joint Propulsion
    Conference Exhibit
  • Sacramento, CA
  • July 9, 2006

2
Agenda
  • Introductions/Contacts
  • AIAA Admin Items - AIAA Staff
  • Communication - Hurwitz
  • BOD Business
  • Meetings held
  • 13 January 2006
  • 26 April 2006, Outgoing Board
  • 26 April 2006, Incoming Board
  • Issues
  • Budget
  • TAC Business
  • Meetings Held
  • 12 January 2006
  • 25 April 2006
  • TAC Exec Telecons
  • Issues
  • TAC Organization
  • Embargoed Nations Policy
  • Future ASM Planning

3
PE Officers
  • Director Wayne Hurwitz
  • Phone 860-565-1009
  • E-mail wayne.hurwitz_at_pw.utc.com
  • Deputy Director, Propulsion - Jeff Hamstra
  • Phone 817-655-8894
  • E-mail jeffrey.w.hamstra_at_lmco.com
  • Deputy Director, Energy - Ashwani Gupta
  • Phone 301-405-5276
  • E-mail akgupta_at_eng.umd.edu

4
PE TC Chair Roster
Name Position Affiliation Energy TC's Dr.
Ashwani Gupta Deputy Director - Energy University
of Maryland Mr. Michael Piszczor Chair -
Aerospace Power Systems NASA Glenn Research
Center Past Chair Mr. Robert J. Pinkerton,
Spectrum Astro Dr. David G. Lilley Chair -
Terrestrial Energy Systems Lilley
Associates Propulsion TC's Dr. Ian
Halliwell Chair - Air Breathing Propulsion/
Belcan Corporation Mr. Joe Cassady Chair -
Electric Propulsion Aerojet Dr. Barry T.
Neyer Chair - Energetic Components
Systems PerkinElmer Optoelectronics Past
Chair Mr. Tom J. Blachowski, Naval Surface
Warfare Center Dr. Martin Chiaverini Chair -
Hybrid Rockets ORBITEC Mr. Gaspare Maggio Chair
- Liquid Propulsion Science Applications
International Corp. Mr. Benjamin B.
Donahue Chair - Nuclear Future Flight
Propulsion Boeing Phantom Works Past Chair
Dr. George Schmidt, NASA Marshall Space Flight
Center Dr. Keith McManus Chair - Propellants
Combustion GE Global Research Past Chair
Dr. Josette Bellan, Jet Propulsion
Laboratory Dr. I-Shih Chang Chair - Solid
Rockets The Aerospace Corporation new
chair
5
TAC Meeting Summary
  • 12 January 2006 TAC Meeting, Reno, NV
  • New AIAA DVD released and available for wide
    distribution,
  • From the Sands to the Stars
  • Won a Telly Award
  • TAC Goals
  • see attached
  • AIAA National Award Eligibility Requirements
  • TAC HAC approved elimination of AIAA membership
    as a requirement, but AIAA membership will still
    be an evaluation element
  • Guest Presentation on Versatile Affordable
    Advanced Turbine Engine (VAATE) Program
  • Larry Burns, VAATE Program Manager

6
1/12/06 TAC Meeting, Reno, NV
  • TAC Goals
  • Create a Vision for the Aerospace Community and
    for AIAA
  • Vision, mission, tag line for strategic plan,
    created video, agreed to write article on RD
    Funding for Aerospace
  • Improve the Quality and Technical Excellence of
    AIAA
  • Improving TC and National Award Process,
    Improving Public Policy Paper Process, Improving
    Responsiveness via e-Mail vote on Business
    between TAC Meetings etc.
  • Reorganize TAC into a Rational TC/PC Organization
  • Refining roles and relationships of PCs and TCs,
    Seeking to link existing databases, NIS given the
    assignment to propose a reorganization of TAC in
    January 2007 etc.
  • Link Better with Other Parts of AIAA
  • Both volunteer and staff
  • Embrace Other Aerospace Societies
  • Kevin Kremeyer is heading committee to ask
    Technical Groups and PCs to tell us what their
    most strategic alliances should be.

7
TAC Meeting Summary
  • 25 April 2006 TAC Meeting, Washington, DC
  • Organization update
  • Tom Smith appointed Deputy VP, TAC
  • Meshing, Visualization Computational
    Environments TC moved from Structures, Design
    Test to Aerospace Sciences Group
  • Embargoed Nations Policy Charlie Saff
  • TAC policy established and approved
  • ASM Planning Update Dave Riley
  • 2009 - 2011 ASM moving to World Center Marriott,
    Orlando, FL
  • Honors Awards - Basil Hassan
  • Unmanned Systems PC is interested in creating a
    new award
  • Updated process established that addresses
    eligibility of TC members to be considered for
    that TCs national awards

8
4/25/06 TAC Meeting, Washington DC
  • TAC Organization

9
4/25/06 TAC Meeting, Washington, DC
  • TAC Embargoed Nations Policy
  • TAC Will Follow DODInst 5200.12 and the Laws and
    Regulations of the United States Regarding
    Presentation and Publication of Papers
  • TAC Will Permit Persons from Embargoed Nations to
    Submit, Present, and Publish Papers of Scientific
    and Technical Content Without Restriction
  • TAC Will Permit Sponsoring Organizations to
    Restrict Access to Conferences, Proceedings, and
    Papers Focused on National Security Related
    Research or Development to Cleared Participants
    or Requesters Only. Clearance Requirements for
    Such Conferences shall be Determined and Enforced
    by the Sponsor.
  • TAC Will Allow Members to Abstain from Paper
    Reviews, Presentations, or Other Activities that
    Might Permit the Release of Restricted
    Information to Persons from Embargoed Nations
  • TAC Organizing Committees may also impose
    additional restrictions.

10
4/25/06 TAC Meeting, Washington, DC
  • ASM Planning Update
  • Primary Reasons to Move from Reno
  • ASM has outgrown the Reno Hilton
  • 1 Survey suggestion from Reno Conference
    Attendees
  • Provide opportunity to improve conference
  • Attract more attendees
  • Include Public Policy events panels, forums,
    etc.
  • Highlight recent industry accomplishments

11
4/25/06 TAC Meeting, Washington DC
  • ASM Planning Update

12
4/25/06 TAC Meeting, Washington DC
  • ASM Planning Update

13
4/25/06 TAC Meeting, Washington DC
  • Honors Awards
  • TC Membership for Technical Awards Suggested
    Requirement Wording
  • Currently, HAC eligibility requirements state
    that
  • For technical awards, the nominee must not have
    been a member of the AIAA Technical Committee who
    sponsors that particular technical award for the
    past two years.
  • Suggested HAC eligibility requirement statement.
  • In general, for technical awards, the nominee
    must not have been a member of the AIAA Technical
    Committee who sponsors that particular technical
    award for the past two years. However, under
    extraordinary circumstances, individuals who are
    members of the sponsoring Technical Committee
    during the past two years may be considered for
    the award by the following
  • The individual is a superior candidate when
    compared to other eligible nominations as
    determined by the award selection criteria.
  • Once approved by the applicable Technical
    Director, approval is also granted by the Chair
    of AIAAs Honors and Awards Committee.
  • The TC has a demonstrated history of selecting
    non-TC member awardees in the past and only
    considers current members when truly deserving.
    Selection of current TC members should be the
    exception and not the rule.

14
BOD Meetings Summary
  • 12 January 2006, BOD Meeting, Reno, NV
  • Report of Key Institute Activities
  • Honors Awards
  • Passed motion on award eligibility
  • AIAA wishes to recognize its members through the
    honors and awards program while also recognizing
    the most respected individuals worldwide. AIAA
    membership is not required, however because
    contributions to the aerospace community are
    important criteria in the selection of award
    recipients, AIAA service/participation may be a
    discriminator between otherwise equal candidates.
  • Directors report on Institute Growth
  • Institute Development
  • New Strategic Alliance with Partnership for AiR
    Transportation Noise and Emissions Reduction
    (PARTNER)
  • Motion for addition of Emerging Technologies
    Committee to bylaws
  • 25 April 2006, BOD Meeting, Washington, DC
  • Financial Report
  • Institute Development
  • AIAA approached by International Astronautical
    Federation (IAF)
  • Opportunity to archive past papers of annual
    International Astronautical Congress on pro bono
    basis
  • AIAA approached by American Astronautical Society
    (AAS) to form a Strategic Alliance
  • Motion passed by BOD to develop an MOA
  • AIAA approached by the Past President of American
    Society of Gravitational Space Biology (ASGSB)
    during Congressional Visits Day (CVD)
  • Interest in merger based on successful
    collaboration with AIAA during CVD and ASGSB
    communitys struggle with life science funding

15
1/13/06 BOD Meeting, Reno, NV
Karen Thomas Emily Davies Carol Vargas Lisa
Bacon Stephen Brock Patricia Carr Craig Day
Michele Ringrose Megan Scheidt Angelo
Iasiello Norma Brennan Rodger Williams Betty
Guille Megan Scheidt Steve Howell Klaus
Dannenberg Kathy Watkins
  • Report of Key Institute Activities (Including
    Strategic Plan Initiatives)
  • Member Services
  • Historic Sites
  • Corporate Membership
  • Education (Programs Directorate)
  • Professional Development
  • Standards (Programs Directorate)
  • International Products Directorate)
  • Journals (Products Directorate)
  • Books (Products Directorate)
  • Technical Activities (Products Directorate)
  • Emerging Technologies (Products Directorate)
  • Public Policy (External Directorate)
  • Communications

16
1/13/06 BOD Meeting, Reno, NV
  • AIAA HQ Organization

17
1/13/06 BOD Meeting, Reno, NV
  • Directors Report - Membership

18
1/13/06 BOD Meeting, Reno, NV
  • Directors Report - Membership

Geographic Breakdown
Members by Region
19
1/13/06 BOD Meeting, Reno, NV
  • Directors Report - Membership

20
1/13/06 BOD Meeting, Reno, NV
  • Emerging Technologies Committee
  • Bylaw change
  • 5.4.24 The Emerging Technologies Committee shall
    develop and make recommendations to the Board
    relating to Institute activities in new
    technologies and programs. The committee will
    identify new technologies and programs that the
    Institute should promote and support and will
    identify the champions that will lead these
    efforts. The Institute involvement may include
    the establishment of new program committees,
    technical committees, working groups, short
    courses, publications, or other activity as is
    appropriate for the technology or program.
  • Scope
  • To identify both new and expanding technologies
    and programs that have the potential for
    significant AIAA involvement, to identify
    champions for new AIAA activities, and to
    identify products and services that AIAA could
    provide to support new emerging initiatives.
  • Charter
  • The committee is composed of representatives from
    across the aerospace profession. The Chair of the
    committee will be selected by the membership of
    the committee with a typical tenure of two years.
    Many, but not all, of the committee members are
    identified by the management of AIAA Corporate
    Members, but appointment to the committee is by
    the Chair of the committee with approval by a
    quorum of the committee. Meetings will be held in
    conjunction with AIAA Board of Directors
    Meetings, and supplemented with telecon/internet
    meetings approximately six times per year.
    Special emphasis will be placed on the
    identification of the champions for each of the
    technologies and/or programs identified by the
    committee.

21
4/25/06 BOD Meeting, Washington, DC
  • Financial Report

22
4/25/06 BOD Meeting, Washington, DC
  • Financial Report

23
4/25/06 BOD Meeting, Washington, DC
  • Financial Report

24
4/25/06 BOD Meeting, Washington, DC
  • Financial Report

25
PE Organization Proposal
  • Objectives
  • Improve Operation Of PE As Integrated Group
    Rather Than Collection Of TCs
  • Facilitate Horizontal Integration Across PE
    Vertical Integration Between TCs TAC
  • Establish PE Staff-Level Functions To Work Across
    TCs
  • Improve Aeronautics Propulsion Content Within
    AIAA
  • Elevate Technical Elements Of ABP Into Expanded
    TCs
  • Revamp JPC Sponsorship To Consortium Approach
  • Address Program Committee Issues (e.g. HYTASP)

26
PE Organization Proposal
  • PE TC Organization - Current

27
PE Organization Proposal
  • PE TC Organization - Proposed

Aerospace Power Systems TC Terrestrial Energy
Systems TC
Hybrid Rockets TC Liquid Propulsion TC Solid
Rockets TC
Gas Turbine Engines TC (New) High Speed Air
Breathing Propulsion TC (New) Air Breathing
Propulsion Integration TC (New)
Electric Propulsion TC Nuclear Future Flight
Propulsion TC
Energetic Components Systems TC Propellants
Combustion TC
28
PE Organization Proposal
  • Air Breathing Propulsion TC - Current

TC Chairman Ian Halliwell
Past Chair Jeff Hamstra
Vice Chair / Chair-Elect Lance Chenault
Steering Committee
Service Subcommittees
Technical Disciplines
Communications Tom Kaemming
Honors Awards Dan Jensen
Turbine Engines Jeff Cohen
Education Jessica Townsend
Membership Jim DeBonis
High Speed Propulsion Steve Beckel
Conference Subcommittees
JPC Ryan Starkey 2006 Ryan Starkey 2007 Rob
Bruckner
ASM Bill Engblom 2006 Dennis Yoder 2007 Joe
Sheeley
Propulsion Integration - vacant -
29
PE Organization Proposal
  • Air Breathing Propulsion SubGroup - Proposed

Past ABPTC Chair Ian Halliwell
PE Deputy Director Jeff Hamstra
Propulsion Integration TC Chair - TBD
High Speed Propulsion TC Chair - TBD
Gas Turbine Engines TC Chair - TBD
Service Subcommittees
Communications Tom Kaemming
Honors Awards Dan Jensen
Education Jessica Townsend
Membership Jim DeBonis
Conference Subcommittees
JPC Ryan Starkey 2006 Ryan Starkey 2007 Rob
Bruckner
ASM Bill Engblom 2006 Dennis Yoder 2007 Joe
Sheeley
30
PE Organization Proposal
  • Impact on ABP
  • Goal Improve aeronautics propulsion content
    within AIAA by restructuring ABP elements of PE
    group.
  • Expands ABP into Three TCs Integration, Turbine
    Engines, High Speed
  • New Deputy Director Assigned To new Subgroup
  • Common Functions (e.g. Awards) Are Elevated To
    Subgroup Level and supported by members from all
    three TCs
  • New High Speed Propulsion TC can closely
    integrate with elements Of HYTASP Program
    Committee and Resolve Conflicts
  • Active Recruiting required to bring additional
    Members to Populate New Structure

31
PE Organization Proposal
  • Next Steps
  • ABPTC vote
  • Write charters for expanded TCs
  • Complete new TC proposals
  • Present to TAC Exec committee at next telecon
  • Present to TAC at August meeting
  • TAC vote
  • Present to BOD at August meeting
  • BOD vote
  • Proceed with re-organization and recruiting for
    expanded TC membership

32
Future JPC Planning
  • Corporate Sponsorship Approach
  • JPC Tiered Sponsorship Packages
  • JPC Summary Chart (Benefits at a Glance)
  • JPC Corporate Summary (Program Focus)
  • JPC Conference History (2000-2013)
  • JPC Target Corporate Sponsors
  • Future Locations
  • 2004 Ft. Lauderdale, PrattWhitney
  • 2005 Tucson, Raytheon
  • 2006 Sacramento, Aerojet
  • 2007 Cincinnati, GE
  • 2008 Hartford, Pratt Whitney
  • 2009 TBD Western location
  • 2010 TBD Eastern location
  • . . . . . etc.

33
Future JPC Planning
  • Sponsorship Models Considered

34
Future JPC Planning
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Future JPC Planning
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Future JPC Planning
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Future JPC Planning
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Future JPC Planning
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Future JPC Planning
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Future JPC Planning
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Future JPC Planning
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Future JPC Planning
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Future JPC Planning
  • Site Selection
  • Need to lock in a location in the next 2 to 3
    months!!
  • Candidate Locations for 2009
  • Salt Lake City
  • Dallas/Fort Worth
  • Denver
  • San Diego
  • Seattle
  • Honolulu
  • . . . . Others??

44
Requests
  • Deputy Directors or other TC representation are
    needed to attend NIS meetings!!
  • TCs urged to highlight Public Policy as a key
    focus and consider establishing a Public Policy
    sub-committee

45
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