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6:00 PM PDT Dinner6:30 PM PDT Business Call-In
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September 12, 2012
Jarret M. Lafleur
Bradley A. Steinfeldt
Vice Chair, firstname.lastname@example.org
Christopher M. Hearsey
The Role of a TC (from AIAA Website)
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. And that’s just the start. 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.
Industry (Larg Bus.)
Industry (Small Bus.)
Vol. & Elected
SAT TC Charter Statement
The SAT TC focuses on (1) how aerospace technology and techniques help solve critical societal challenges and improve quality of life, and (2) understanding interactions between the aerospace enterprise and broader social and cultural trends
SAT TC Membership
Skylab Student Experiment Project
Y. H. Phoebe Tang
M. Phil Candidate, Dept. of History
The University of Hong Kong
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No newsletter at Space 2012. Next issue will be Jan. 2013. Please submit articles to Chris Hearsey (chearsey@ astrosociology.org).
*Additional paper submitted to backfill withdrawn paper
***Additional presentation to backfill withdrawn paper
****Paper converted to oral presentation
Complex Aerospace Systems Exchange
Current CFP Draft
The Society and Aerospace Technology Technical Committee examines societal benefits of aerospace technologies as well as the relationship between aerospace and society, culture, and the arts. Abstracts are solicited that address these and related issues. Areas of interest include, but are not limited to:
Note: Next teleconference will be Nov. 15 at 1700 Eastern. Stay tuned for call-in details.
Know a student or professional who would make a good addition to our TC?
Nomination instructions available at: https://www.aiaa.org/Secondary.aspx?id=5092