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  • Explore Propulsion and Energy Forum 2014

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    Tuesday at Propulsion and Energy 2014:

    • Future Trends, Opportunities and Challenges at the Nexus of Aviation, Aerospace and Energy
    • Educating the Next Generation of Propulsion Engineers — Are Changes Needed to Better Prepare the Future Workforce?
    • High Energy & Power Technologies – The View from Users
    • Implementation, Utilization, and Coordination of Advanced Energy Concepts Within the Government and Department of Defense
    • History of Skunk Works®


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  • Headlines from AIAA Propulsion and Energy 2014
    Headlines from AIAA Propulsion and Energy 2014

    Check out the latest happenings from the AIAA Propulsion and Energy Forum, taking place 28-30 July 2014, in Cleveland, OH.   More...

  • Rising temperatures, population drive high energy
    Rising temperatures, population drive high energy

    Global warming and pollution, world population growth, rising demand for energy, and expanding urban areas that need increasingly complex transportation networks – all are fueling demand for a new generation of clean energy fuels...   More...

  • Education advice from aerospace experts
    Education advice from aerospace experts

    Forging the next generation of propulsion engineers will require partnerships among academia, industry, and government, judging by comments by members of the panel “Educating the Next Generation of Propulsion Engineers...   More...

  • Solar energy on the rise
    Solar energy on the rise

    Solar energy is on the rise in the U.S. and on track toward fulfilling more of our energy needs, but considerable barriers remain: So said participants in a panel discussion, “Advanced Terrestrial Energy Technologies: Generation, Storage, Distribution...   More...

  • The future of energy is almost here
    The future of energy is almost here

    The future of energy will be here before we know it, said Alton Romig, vice president of engineering and advanced systems at Lockheed Martin Aeronautics, better known as the Skunk Works. He was addressing today’s plenary session at AIAA’s Propulsion and Energy Forum in Cleveland...   More...

  • Shaping the future of hybrid electric propulsion
    Shaping the future of hybrid electric propulsion

    The aviation industry is a vital component of the U.S. economy, and hybrid electric propulsion systems are likely to be a key element of the aerospace industry’s future: That was the primary message delivered by of a panel of industry experts...   More...

  • For systems that survive, get an architect
    For systems that survive, get an architect

    An architect can design a Parthenon or a Tacoma Narrows Bridge – a resilient system or one that breaks under strain. This was the theme of Monday’s Forum 360° Panel, “Assuring Critical System Behavior in an Era of Increasing Complexity and Change.”   More...

  • Propulsion and future challenges: The users’ view
    Propulsion and future challenges: The users’ view

    Industry experts gathered on Monday afternoon to discuss “Perspectives on the Future of Propulsion & Energy – The View from Users.” The panel, part of AIAA’s Propulsion and Energy Forum in Cleveland, was moderated by Graham Warwick...   More...

  • Relevance drives the speed of technology development and transition
    Relevance drives the speed of technology development and transition

    Three separate panels hailed the “relevance of technology” as the key to compressing the technology’s development and transition timeline. The panels took place at AIAA’s Propulsion and Energy Forum...   More...

  • For aircraft engine researchers, auto industry brings inspiration
    For aircraft engine researchers, auto industry brings inspiration

    Dramatically improving the efficiency of power and propulsion systems aboard aircraft is going to require openness to tapping developments in other disciplines. That was one of the themes struck by members of the opening panel...   More...

  • Retiring Air Force Space Chief Talks RD-180, Deterrence and Sequestration
    Retiring Air Force Space Chief Talks RD-180, Deterrence and Sequestration

    If Gen William L. Shelton decides to tell war stories after his September retirement, those stories are likely to focus on the White House and Congress more than...   More...

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