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Title: Space Exploration Program Committee SEPC KickOff Meeting


1
Space Exploration Program Committee SEPC
Kick-Off Meeting
  • 09 January 2006
  • John C. Mankins
  • Chair, Space Exploration Program Committee
  • AIAA Senior Member
  • Artemis Innovation Management Solutions LLC

2
Contents
  • Welcome
  • Introduction of Participants
  • Overview perspectives on PCs and TCs
  • AIAA PC Coordinator AIAA VP Technical
  • Space Exploration Program Committee Overview
  • SEPC Plan of Action - Strategic / Notional
  • General Discussion
  • Capturing ITBCs (Issues to be Considered)
  • Space Exploration - Program Issues and Topics
  • Space Exploration Program Committee Organization
    and Operations
  • Space Exploration Program Committee Activities
  • SEPC Plan of Action - Tactical / Specific
  • Schedule
  • Back Up Charts

3
Contents
  • Welcome
  • Introduction of Participants
  • Overview perspectives on PCs and TCs
  • AIAA PC Coordinator AIAA VP Technical
  • Space Exploration Program Committee Overview
  • SEPC Plan of Action - Strategic / Notional
  • General Discussion
  • Capturing ITBCs (Issues to be Considered)
  • Space Exploration - Program Issues and Topics
  • Space Exploration Program Committee Organization
    and Operations
  • Space Exploration Program Committee Activities
  • SEPC Plan of Action - Tactical / Specific
  • Schedule
  • Back Up Charts

4
Participants
  • John C. Mankins Chair, Space Exploration Program
    Committee SE-PC
  • Greg Adamousieg NASA Glenn Research Center - GRC
  • Eleanor Aldrich AIAA Hq
  • Grant A. Anderson Paragon SDC
  • Michael Banish University of Alabama, Huntsville
    - UAH
  • David Brandt Lockheed Martin
  • Robert Bruckner NASA Glenn Research Center - GRC
  • Jeffery Cardenas University Space Research
    Association - USRA
  • Joe Cassady Aerojet
  • I-Shih Chang The Aerospace Corporation
  • David J. Chato NASA Glenn Research Center - GRC
  • Ping Chia University of Hong Kong
  • Dean Davis The Boeing Company
  • Bruce Drolen The Boeing Company
  • Thomas (Tom) Duerr Northrop Grumman Space
    Technology - NGST
  • Peter Erbland U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory
    AFRL / VAA
  • William A. (Andy) Evans United Space Alliance -
    USA
  • Dale Ferguson NASA / Marshal Space Flight Center
    - MSFC
  • Sanjay Garg NASA Glenn Research Center - GRC
  • Anthony R. (Tony) Gross NASA Ames Research
    Center - ARC
  • Charles C. Hays Jet Propulsion Laboratory - JPL
  • Tim Howard Chair, AIAA Society and Aerospace
    Technology Technical Committee SAT TC
  • A. Scott Howe Plug-In Creations
  • Shu Lai U.S. Air Force Reseach Laboratory -
    AFRL / Hanscom
  • Gaspare Maggio Science Applications
    International Corporation - SAIC
  • Dimitri Mavris Georgia Institute of Technology
    GeorgiaTech/ASDL
  • Edward D. McCullough The Boeing Company
  • Susmita Mohanty MOON FRONT LLC
  • Jonathan Oliver MTSI
  • Michael Piszczor NASA Glenn Research Center -
    GRC
  • Charles R. (Charlie) Saff The Boeing Company
  • W. Kent Tobiska Space Environment Technologies
  • William W. Vaughn University of Alabama,
    Huntsville - UAH
  • Adam Aaron Wapniak Dominic Saliati Architects
  • Bruce Wilson The Boeing Company

5
Contents
  • Welcome
  • Introduction of Participants
  • Overview perspectives on PCs and TCs
  • AIAA PC Coordinator AIAA VP Technical
  • Space Exploration Program Committee Overview
  • SEPC Plan of Action - Strategic / Notional
  • General Discussion
  • Capturing ITBCs (Issues to be Considered)
  • Space Exploration - Program Issues and Topics
  • Space Exploration Program Committee Organization
    and Operations
  • Space Exploration Program Committee Activities
  • SEPC Plan of Action - Tactical / Specific
  • Schedule
  • Back Up Charts

6
Contents
  • Welcome
  • Introduction of Participants
  • Overview perspectives on PCs and TCs
  • AIAA PC AIAA PC Coordinator AIAA VP Technical
  • Space Exploration Program Committee Overview
  • SEPC Plan of Action - Strategic / Notional
  • General Discussion
  • Capturing ITBCs (Issues to be Considered)
  • Space Exploration - Program Issues and Topics
  • Space Exploration Program Committee Organization
    and Operations
  • Space Exploration Program Committee Activities
  • SEPC Plan of Action - Tactical / Specific
  • Schedule
  • Back Up Charts

7
Rationale Why A Space Exploration Program
Committee was Formed
  • US and International space programs are embarking
    on a new, long-term emphasis on more ambitious
    exploration programs
  • Exploration research, technology, systems and
    infrastructures and ambitious future human and
    robotic exploration missions using them are a
    topic of intense interest within the aerospace
    community. No inter-TC/inter-disciplinary forum
    existed within the AIAA for space exploration to
    promote
  • General knowledge and awareness of exploration
    programs
  • Understanding of relevant research and technology
    developments
  • Understanding and coordination of mission studies
    and plans
  • Inter-disciplinary interactions and activities
  • Moreover, due to their nature exploration
    programs and missions pose unique policy,
    management and international challenges above and
    beyond the technical challenges that might be
    expected from most large-scale space engineering
    programs.
  • In order to move forward effectively, and better
    engage the full breadth of the aerospace
    community, a new AIAA Space Exploration Program
    Committee was needed.

8
Space Exploration Program Committee DRAFT --
Charter -- DRAFT
  • The American Institute of Aeronautics and
    Astronautics (AIAA) Space Exploration Program
    Committee brings together experts on a wide range
    of topics relevant to future human and robotic
    space exploration programs. 
  • This Program Committee serves as the AIAA focal
    point for emerging programs in support of space
    exploration and the Vision for Space Exploration
    in the aerospace industry, and keeps AIAA
    informed of progress and new developments. 
  • The Space Exploration PC integrates related
    Technical Committees (TCs) to ensure that all of
    the program areas are represented. 
  • The Program Committee has a finite life, related
    to its particular programs, which is currently
    projected to be six (6) years (with an initial
    review of the Space Exploration PC by the AIAA
    New Initiatives Subcommittee (NIS) at the end of
    three (3) years.
  • Space Exploration Program Committee activities
    are similar to those of related Technical
    Committees, and include all aspects of AIAA,
    including conferences, public policy, education,
    standards, and international activities.

9
Space Exploration Program Committee DRAFT --
Charter -- DRAFT
  • The American Institute of Aeronautics and
    Astronautics (AIAA) Space Exploration Program
    Committee brings together experts on a wide range
    of topics relevant to future human and robotic
    space exploration programs. 
  • This Program Committee serves as the AIAA focal
    point for emerging programs in support of space
    exploration and the Vision for Space Exploration
    in the aerospace industry, and keeps AIAA
    informed of progress and new developments. 
  • The Space Exploration PC integrates related
    Technical Committees (TCs) to ensure that all of
    the program areas are represented. 
  • The Program Committee has a finite life, related
    to its particular programs, which is currently
    projected to be six (6) years (with an initial
    review of the Space Exploration PC by the AIAA
    New Initiatives Subcommittee (NIS) at the end of
    three (3) years.
  • Space Exploration Program Committee activities
    are similar to those of related Technical
    Committees, and include all aspects of AIAA,
    including conferences, public policy, education,
    standards, and international activities.

Formulating the final Charter for the Space
Exploration Program Committee is one of the
Actions that will emerge from this meeting
10
Space Exploration Program Committee DRAFT --
Objectives Scope -- DRAFT
  • The objectives and scope of the Space Exploration
    Program Committee includes
  • Promote a broad, in-depth understanding of
  • NASA programs to develop systems of systems for
    the future human and robotic exploration of
    space.
  • Relevant international programs.
  • Relevant other non-NASA U.S. programs (government
    and industry).
  • Develop and implement working relationships among
    NASA program managers and Centers, and non-NASA
    aerospace managers, engineers and technologists.
  • Provide better visibility and communications
    between NASA and AIAA members, and technical
    committees concerning mutually supportive
    activities and technologies.

11
Space Exploration Program Committee DRAFT --
Objectives Scope -- DRAFT
  • The objectives and scope of the Space Exploration
    Program Committee includes
  • Promote a broad, in-depth understanding of
  • NASA programs to develop systems of systems for
    the future human and robotic exploration of
    space.
  • Relevant international programs.
  • Relevant other non-NASA U.S. programs (government
    and industry).
  • Develop and implement working relationships among
    NASA program managers and Centers, and non-NASA
    aerospace managers, engineers and technologists.
  • Provide better visibility and communications
    between NASA and AIAA members, and technical
    committees concerning mutually supportive
    activities and technologies.

Formulating the final Charter for the Space
Exploration Program Committee is one of the
Actions that will emerge from this meeting
12
SEPC Strong Interactions with Other AIAA
Technical Committees
  • Aerospace Power Systems TC
  • Adaptive Structures TC
  • Communication Systems TC
  • Electric Propulsion TC
  • Guidance, Navigation Control TC
  • Hybrid Rockets TC
  • Information and Command Control TC
  • Intelligent Systems TC
  • Life Science Systems TC
  • Society and Aerospace Technology TC
  • Space Colonization TC
  • Space Transportation TC
  • Liquid Propulsion TC
  • Liquid Rockets TC
  • Modeling Simulation TC
  • Multidisciplinary Design Optimization TC
  • Nuclear and Future Flight Propulsion TC
  • Solid Rockets TC
  • Space Automation Robotics TC
  • Space Logistics TC
  • Space Operations Support TC
  • Space Systems TC
  • Others as appropriate…
  • AND BASED ON RESULTS FROM THIS MEETING…

13
Contents
  • Welcome
  • Introduction of Participants
  • Overview perspectives on PCs and TCs
  • AIAA PC Coordinator AIAA VP Technical
  • Space Exploration Program Committee Overview
  • SEPC Plan of Action - Strategic / Notional
  • General Discussion
  • Capturing ITBCs (Issues to be Considered)
  • Space Exploration - Program Issues and Topics
  • Space Exploration Program Committee Organization
    and Operations
  • Space Exploration Program Committee Activities
  • SEPC Plan of Action - Tactical / Specific
  • Schedule
  • Back Up Charts

14
SEPC Plan of Action -- Strategic / Notional
  • Finalize SEPC Charter
  • Identify specific, cross-cutting topics for SEPC
    to pursue
  • Ideas for these topics are presented in the
    General Discussion section that follows
  • Establish an AIAA SEPC website that is viewed as
    a major source of information--and insight--into
    Space Exploration for AIAA members
  • Document the SEPC for interested parties within
    AIAA
  • Other PCs, the Technical Groups, the TCs
  • Post SEPC documents Document January 2006
    Meeting Minutes
  • Work common PC actions
  • Annual Report
  • Potential annual AA article
  • Others?
  • Others
  • E.g., SEPC participation in Conferences,
    Workshops, etc.

15
Contents
  • Welcome
  • Introduction of Participants
  • Overview perspectives on PCs and TCs
  • AIAA PC Coordinator AIAA VP Technical
  • Space Exploration Program Committee Overview
  • SEPC Plan of Action - Strategic / Notional
  • General Discussion
  • Capturing ITBCs (Issues to be Considered)
  • Space Exploration - Program Issues and Topics
  • Space Exploration Program Committee Organization
    and Operations
  • Space Exploration Program Committee Activities
  • SEPC Plan of Action - Tactical / Specific
  • Schedule
  • Back Up Charts

16
General Discussion Issues to be Considered
  • A standard format used for capturing /
    documenting issues and topics of general interest
  • ITBCs must include
  • Statement of the Issue to be Considered
  • Brief!
  • Discussion of the Issue
  • Including any background
  • Proposed Resolution of the Issue
  • Constructive proposals, please!
  • Meeting Linkage and/or other Reference
  • What meeting did this issue come up at? Date?
    Etc.
  • Name of the Originator
  • and all needed contact information
  • Please provide these to john_c_mankins_at_yahoo.com

17
General Discussion Space Exploration - Program
Issues and Topics
  • Space Exploration Programmatics
  • 2007-2011 Program Content - human and robotic
    (not just precursors)
  • 2006-2007 Budgets
  • E.g., what about the impact of a recission in FY
    2006?
  • E.g., what about congressional constraints /
    limits on program content and inter-program
    flexibility)
  • Small / entrepreneurial / non-Conventional Space
    Exploration Programs
  • E.g., space tourism -- (NOTE need to coordinated
    carefully with SCTC!) // but DO NOT expand scope
    inappropriately…
  • Role(s) of internationals in Exploration
    programs, and issues
  • Need for a broad picture of the international
    programmatics
  • Need to look at goals and objectives,
    commonality, interoperability, etc.
  • Need to treat the issue of engendering
    international collaboration on space
    exploration--particularly in the collaborating
    with US government programs must consider ITAR
    issues
  • Standards - including both US and international
    standards (option)
  • Need to consider standards across other agencies…
  • Special Programmatic Topics
  • Organizational considerations CEV status, ISS
    utilization for exploration, etc.

18
General Discussion Space Exploration - Program
Issues and Topics
  • Space Exploration Policy Positions and/or
    Considerations
  • Ranging across diverse topics--but must be
    inter-disciplinary and/or mission/program level
  • Particular question programmatic flexibility /
    responsiveness
  • Candidate Human / Robotic Exploration Surface
    Activities
  • Moon, Mars, elsewhere?
  • Specific Concept Lunar and Mars science/research
    Labs
  • Various particular topics for example hardware
    approaches (What Class -- Pre-integrated, some
    assembly required, versus local fabrication)
  • Need additional conversation and inputs… Key
    Question Why?
  • Candidate Synthesis of Human and Robotic Systems
    and Plans
  • Robotic to Robotic/Humanoid to Human-Tended to …,
    etc.
  • Strategic Time Horizons
  • System Acquisition versus Operations
  • Technology for Space Exploration
  • Needs, programs and gaps
  • Strategic -- not just near-term (what I want to
    build next…)
  • Opportunities for cross-pollination, etc. --
    including non-aerospace sources of technology and
    systems
  • Questions are technology from whom and for what
    (e.g., DOD space to civilian space) must
    consider international factors in this as well…

19
General Discussion DRAFT -- Organization
  • The following are the planned sub-committees for
    the Space Exploration Program Committee
  • Steering Sub-committee
  • PC Chair (subcommittee chair)
  • PC Vice-Chair
  • PC Secretary
  • Membership Sub-committee
  • PC Vice-Chair (subcommittee chair)
  • PC Chair
  • International Member
  • At-Large Member
  • Activities Sub-committee
  • PC Conference Program and Technical Chair
    Assistance
  • Best Paper Selection Chair
  • Liaison with Other Conferences

DRAFT
20
General Discussion DRAFT -- Organization (2 of 2)
  • Planned sub-committees for the Space Exploration
    PC (cont.)
  • Communications Sub-committee
  • PC Secretary (subcommittee chair)
  • Highlights Articles Editor(s)
  • Website Editor
  • Education Sub-committee
  • PC Workshop Coordinator
  • Seminars, Videos, Speakers
  • Engineering Curiculum Advisory
  • External Affairs Sub-committee
  • Liaison with other TCs
  • Informational Papers
  • Position Papers
  • Technical Committees Coordination Sub-committee
  • Discipline Experts -- from TCs
  • Standards
  • Highlights Articles Inputs
  • Content for Website
  • Special Articles and Papers

DRAFT
21
General Discussion DRAFT -- Organization /
Membership (1 of 2)
  • Membership on the Space Exploration Program
    Committee includes
  • Aerospace industry
  • Non-aerospace industry
  • Academia
  • NASA
  • Other US Government Agencies/Organizations
  • International Organizations
  • This membership involves (consistent with AIAA
    requirements) cross-functional technical
    representation appropriate geographical
    representation a limit of 35 full members (but
    may also involve associates (under 35 years
    old) and friends (who are ccd on relevant
    correspondence) individuals who are (typically)
    not on more than one Technical Committee (TC)
    individuals who have (are will) join the AIAA.
  • Membership on the PC is for 1 year, with optional
    extensions for a maximum total of three (3)
    years.
  • Candidate PC members will be required to complete
    and submit a formal nomination form, including
    official and written endorsement from the
    individuals employer that they will be funded
    and allowed to participate in PC meetings and
    activities, as appropriate.

DRAFT
22
General Discussion DRAFT -- Organization /
Membership (2 of 2)
  • John C. Mankins, Chair (Artemis Innovation)
  • Members include…
  • TBD
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  • Anthony R. Gross (NASA/ARC)
  • Robert Wegeng (Battelle/PNNL)
  • Neville I Marzwell (JPL)
  • Chris Moore (NASA/HQ)

To be Finalized Following this meeting...
23
Space Exploration Program Committee Concept of
Operations
  • Clear and Current Documentation
  • Charter
  • Plans
  • Products (inputs, working drafts, final drafts,
    etc.)
  • Face-to-Face Meetings
  • Three per year attendance as feasible
  • Special topic meetings -- e.g., associated with
    work shops
  • Teleconferences
  • Monthly plus special topic teleconferences
  • Asynchronous Communications
  • Web documentation
  • Email communications
  • Others…

24
General Discussion Space Exploration PC Activities
  • High-Level Programmatic Assessments and Summaries
  • Space Exploration Programmatic Status - Present
    to TAC in April
  • SE Cross-Cutting Technology Needs, Programs and
    Gaps
  • Others…?
  • Tracks / Coordinated Sessions at AIAA Conferences
  • Space 200x (August-September each year) --
    systems / missions focus
  • Aerospace Sciences (January each year) --
    technical focus
  • Spring Global Aerospace Conference (c. May each
    year) -- programmatic focus
  • Unique Meetings, including Workshops, and/or
    Forums
  • Opportunity June 2006 -- possible joint meeting
    with IAA
  • Other Options 2006-2008
  • COSPAR (every 2 years)
  • IAC -Each Year (in October))
  • Close interactions with relevant Technical
    Committees (TCs)
  • Communications, Coordination, etc.
  • Broad Communications
  • Website Materials
  • Technical Publications (articles, books, papers,
    etc.)
  • Other Activities

25
Contents
  • Welcome
  • Introduction of Participants
  • Overview perspectives on PCs and TCs
  • AIAA PC Coordinator AIAA VP Technical
  • Space Exploration Program Committee Overview
  • SEPC Plan of Action - Strategic / Notional
  • General Discussion
  • Capturing ITBCs (Issues to be Considered)
  • Space Exploration - Program Issues and Topics
  • Space Exploration Program Committee Organization
    and Operations
  • Space Exploration Program Committee Activities
  • SEPC Plan of Action - Tactical / Specific
  • Schedule
  • Back Up Charts

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SEPC Plan of Action Tactical / Specific
  • Finalize SEPC Charter, Organization and
    Membership
  • Preliminary Program Assessments
  • Space Exploration Programmatic Status - Present
    to TAC in April
  • SE Cross-Cutting Technology Needs, Programs and
    Gaps
  • Others…?
  • Post SEPC documentation
  • PC charter,
  • Document January 2006 Meeting Minutes
  • Posted on the PC website
  • PLUS…Supporting Charts, ITBCs submitted, etc.
  • Plan near term meetings
  • Spring AIAA Conference in Washington DC
  • Late Summer AIAA Space 2006 Conference in
    California
  • January 2007 Aerosciences Meeting
  • Work common PC actions
  • Annual Report
  • Potential AA article
  • Others?

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Closing Remarks
  • The Vision for Space Exploration represents an
    enormous opportunity and challenge for the
    aerospace community
  • Must also synthesize human and robotic
    exploration interests, diverse technical
    disciplines, etc., etc.
  • AIAA must play a key role in making space
    exploration programs successful
  • Lots of work to be done
  • Please provide ITBCs, membership updates, inputs
    to documents, etc.
  • john_c_mankins_at_yahoo.com
  • Thanks for attending…
  • Thanks in Advance for Your Help in the Months
    Ahead!

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Contents
  • Welcome
  • Introduction of Participants
  • Overview perspective on PCs and TCs
  • AIAA PC Coordinator AIAA VP Technical
  • Space Exploration Program Committee Overview
  • SEPC Plan of Action - Strategic / Notional
  • General Discussion
  • Capturing ITBCs (Issues to be Considered)
  • Space Exploration - Program Issues and Topics
  • Space Exploration Program Committee Organization
    and Operations
  • Space Exploration Program Committee Activities
  • SEPC Plan of Action - Tactical / Specific
  • Schedule
  • Back Up Charts

29
AIAA Program Committees
  • AIAAs Program Committees (PCs) bring together
    experts on specific programs. These committees
    serve as focal points for leading edge or
    emerging programs in the aerospace industry, and
    keep AIAA informed of progress and new
    developments.
  • The PCs integrate related Technical Committees
    (TCs) to ensure that all of the program areas are
    represented.
  • PCs have a finite life, related to their
    particular program, which could range from one
    year to twenty or more.
  • PC activities are similar to those of TCs, and
    include all aspects of AIAA, including
    conferences, public policy, education, standards,
    and international activities.
  • Current AIAA PCs include
  • Aerospace Traffic Management Program Committee
  • Energy Optimized Aircraft and Equipment Systems
    PC
  • Gossamer Spacecraft Program Committee
  • Hypersonic Technologies and Aerospace Planes
    (HyTASP) PC
  • Netcentric Operations Program Committee
  • Reusable Launch Vehicles Program Committee
  • Space Exploration Program Committee
  • Space Station Program Committee
  • Unmanned Systems Program Committee (UAVs)

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AIAA Technical Committees
  • AIAA Technical Committees (TCs) bring together
    experts in their fields and given them the
    opportunity to exchange knowledge and get to know
    their colleagues from around the globe.
  • These committees participate in numerous
    activities they develop and administer over 20
    technical conferences each year conduct
    professional development courses, produce books,
    and work with K-12 students to promote an
    interest in engineering education.
  • The TCs also honor technical leadership through
    Technical and Best Paper awards serve as journal
    and book reviewers formulate technology
    assessment packages for the non-technical public,
    and even develop and judge college student design
    contests.
  • Some 66 TCs are organized into 7 groups
  • AEROSPACE SCIENCES GROUP
  • AIRCRAFT AND AIR TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS GROUP
  • ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT GROUP
  • INFORMATION SYSTEMS GROUP
  • PROPULSION ENERGY GROUP
  • SPACE MISSILES GROUP
  • STRUCTURES, DESIGN TEST GROUP

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AIAA Technical Committees AEROSPACE SCIENCES GROUP
  • Aeroacoustics Technical Committee
  • Aerodynamic Decelerator Systems Technical
    Committee
  • Aerodynamic Measurement Technology Technical
    Committee
  • Aerospace Sciences Group
  • Applied Aerodynamics Technical Committee
  • Astrodynamics Technical Committee
  • Atmospheric and Space Environments Technical
    Committee
  • Atmospheric Flight Mechanics Technical Committee
  • Fluid Dynamics Technical Committee
  • Guidance, Navigation Control Technical
    Committee
  • Plasmadynamics Lasers Technical Committee
  • Thermophysics Technical Committee

Interaction Examples...
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AIAA Technical Committees AIRCRAFT AIR
TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS GROUP
  • Air Transportation Systems Technical Committee
  • Aircraft Design Technical Committee
  • Aircraft Operations Technical Committee
  • Balloon Systems Technical Committee
  • Flight Testing Technical Committee
  • General Aviation Systems Technical Committee
  • Lighter-than-Air Systems Technical Committee
  • Product Support Technical Committee
  • V/STOL Aircraft Systems Technical Committee

Interaction Examples...
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AIAA Technical Committees ENGINEERING
TECHNOLOGY MGT GROUP
  • Economics Technical Committee
  • History Technical Committee
  • Legal Aspects Aero Astro Technical Committee
  • Management Technical Committee
  • Multidisciplinary Design Optimization Technical
    Committee
  • Society Aerospace Technology Technical
    Committee
  • Systems Engineering Technical Committee
  • Technical Information Technical Committee

Interaction Examples...
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AIAA Technical Committees INFORMATION SYSTEMS
GROUP
  • Communications Systems Technical Committee
  • Computer Systems Technical Committee
  • Digital Avionics Technical Committee
  • Information and Command Control Systems
    Technical Committee
  • Intelligent Systems Technical Committee
  • Sensor Systems Technical Committee
  • Software Systems Technical Committee

Interaction Examples...
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AIAA Technical Committees PROPULSION ENERGY
GROUP
  • Aerospace Power Systems Technical Committee
  • Air Breathing Propulsion Technical Committee
  • Electric Propulsion Technical Committee
  • Energetic Components Systems Technical
    Committee
  • Hybrid Rockets Technical Committee
  • Liquid Propulsion Technical Committee
  • Nuclear Future Flight Propulsion Technical
    Committee
  • Propellants Combustion Technical Committee
  • Propulsion and Energy Group
  • Solid Rockets Technical Committee
  • Terrestrial Energy Systems Technical Committee

Interaction Examples...
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AIAA Technical Committees SPACE MISSILES GROUP
  • Life Sciences Systems Technical Committee
  • Microgravity Space Processes
  • Missile Systems Technical Committee
  • Space Automation Robotics Technical Committee
  • Space Colonization Technical Committee
  • Space Logistics Technical Committee
  • Space Operations Support Technical Committee
  • Space Systems Technical Committee
  • Space Tethers Technical Committee
  • Space Transportation Technical Committee
  • Weapon System Effectiveness Technical Committee

Interaction Examples...
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AIAA Technical Committees STRUCTURES, DESIGN
TEST GROUP
  • Adaptive Structures Technical Committee
  • Computer-Aided Enterprise Solutions Technical
    Committee
  • Design Engineering Technical Committee
  • Ground Testing Technical Committee
  • Materials Technical Committee
  • Meshing, Visualization, and Computational
    Environments Technical Committee
  • Modeling Simulation Technical Committee
  • Structural Dynamics Technical Committee
  • Structures Technical Committee
  • Survivability Technical Committee

Interaction Examples...
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