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  • Domain Experts needed for AIAA Standards

    ​The national AIAA Standards committee is looking for Domain Experts for the following AIAA Growth Area Domains.

    The role of the Domain experts is to:

    • Recommend new standards projects
    • Maintain a list of best practices
    • Provide cutting edge guidance and input
    • Report on any current issues
    • Maintain an ongoing list of possible new CoS members for their area

    AIAA Growth Area Domains

    Commercialization of Space (Space, Aviation)

    • Architecture/Systems
    • Operations
    • Ground Systems

     UAS (Aviation)

    • Evolving technology certification
    • Safety
    • Operations

     Cybersecurity (Information Systems)

    • Digital assurance on aircraft

     Manufacturing (Space, Aviation)

    • Vehicle supply chain automation
    • Additive manufacturing

     Runway Independent Aircraft (Aviation)

    Automation/Autonomy (Space, Aviation, Information Systems)

    Big Data Analytics (Information Systems)

     Communication Technology (Space, Information Systems)

    • Terrestrial and space communication

     Energy (Space, Aviation)

    • Renewable fuels
    • Propulsion

     Training Simulation (Aviation, Information Systems)

    • Modeling tools

     AIAA Other Domains

    -Spacecraft Architecture

    -Space Systems

    -Space Operations

    -Launch Vehicles

    -Space Power and Propulsion

    -Safety

    -Ground Testing

    -Computational Fluid Dynamics

    -Atmospheric, Orbital and Space Environment Models

    -Systems Engineering and Project Management

    -Mission Assurance

    If you need more information or to send possible names and contact information, please contact the LA-Los Vegas section chair, Dr. Chandrashekhar Sonwane, at  cgsonwane@gmail.com.
  • Upcoming St. Louis Section Events

    September -- TBD, Will Be Updated in August

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