The country's entire economic well-being is tied to innovation.—Congressman Chaka Fattah
Propulsion and energy systems are at the very heart of aerospace, whether you are flying passengers to London or satellites to LEO. Every move forward in our exploration of the world, and the universe, is enabled by new technologies coming from the researchers and engineers who will assemble at the 2015 AIAA Propulsion and Energy Forum and Exposition (AIAA Propulsion and Energy 2015).
Plenary sessions examine some of the most critical issues in propulsion and energy today, including:
- Global Cooperation and Economic Development
- Cost and Affordability of Future Systems
- Technology Development and Trends in Propulsion and Energy
- What does the Future Propulsion and Energy Workforce Look Like?
The Forum 360 panel discussions build on the themes and discussions of each day’s opening plenary session, adding a layer of content and context that enhances the value of your forum experience. These conversations with experts will cover a spectrum of timely topics including:
- Aircraft Electric Propulsion
- Government Investments Enabling Advancement of In-Space Propulsion
- Role of Bio-fuels in Future Aviation
- Work/Life Balance Challenges for the 21rst Century
- The Media and the Engineering Profession
Technical conferences meeting as part of Propulsion and Energy 2015 include the 51st AIAA/SAE/ASEE Joint Propulsion Conference and the 13th International Energy Conversion Engineering Conference. You won’t want to miss the latest research on 24 high-impact topics being presented in the 650 technical papers from 300 institutions in 28 countries. Browse, search, and create a personal agenda online.
Register for one of the four continuing education courses and gain access to all forum activities. Plus, you will leave with invaluable improvements and solutions that you can put to immediate use.
- Advanced High Speed Air Breathing Propulsion
- The Application of Green Propulsion for Future Space
- Business Management for Engineers
- Hybrid Rocket Propulsion