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September 28th 2022

2022 ATS Session Abstract Topics

Poster Abstract SUBMISSIONS are due as a pdf by Friday September 16th, 2022, please email to ats2022.jnk@gmail.com

The Annual Technical Symposium, ATS, brings together the regional leaders, technical experts, and academia in the aerospace industry.  ATS is a forum to help shape the future of the industry, a place for people in all stages of their career to gather, network, and collaborate.

 

ATS 2022 offers a selection of invited keynotes and panel/research discussions on select topics of high and timely relevance.

 

In addition, ATS solicits abstracts for posters on current and future research and development in the following, and related, aerospace relevant subject areas:

 

  • Advanced Manufacturing

  • Artificial Intelligence

  • Astrodynamics

  • Autonomous Systems and Unmanned Vehicles  

  • Bioastronautics and Human Space Flight, Spacesuits, Human wellbeing in Space

  • Cybersecurity technology

  • Deep Space Science and Technologies

  • Earth-oriented Science and Technologies; Remote sensing

  • Fundamental Science: Fluids, Structures, Materials, Mechatronics

  • Guidance, Navigation and Controls

  • Planetary Science and Missions, Artemis, Resource Utilization

  • Rockets and propulsion systems, Space tugs

  • Other…

 

Posters should be baselined on current high-quality research and development efforts. Posters that expand on future goals, needs, and plans will be prioritized. Poster and abstracts (text document) need to list all contributors; in case of posters authored by students, the adviser needs to be included. Authors who are current AIAA members should be mentioned as such.

 

Poster Abstract SUBMISSIONS are due as a pdf file by Friday September 16th, 2022.

Abstract texts are limited to 1 page including all author, status, and affiliation information and pictures/graphs. Abstracts must include one or two keywords related to the subject area.

These collected abstracts are forwarded to all conference sponsors and panelists for review and scoring. Due to space limitations about 40 abstracts can be accepted for poster presentation. Student authors who are not AIAA members may qualify for an industry-sponsored first year membership. Students with excellent poster abstracts may also be awarded the registration fee by industry members. Students might be contacted by select HR officials during the conference. AIAA-RMS does not take any responsibility for these awards.

 

Authors of accepted posters bring in their poster with dimensions 48″x 60″ on Sept 28.

The conference opens at 7:30 am. At least one author should be always at the poster.