Join the AIAA Houston Section with some Italian fare, open bar and spirits (donations are highly appreciated), and delightful conversations that run the gamut of science/technology to everyday-huh-that’s-useful at the party palace of the hostess with the most-est, Anita Gale!
Please RSVP by Wednesday, 12/18, on the event page or Eventbrite to ensure we have enough food accounted for. You are certainly welcome to bring your own food to share.
We look forward to celebrating with you!
Please join us for 2 presentations (one by Ms. Sarah Shull and one by Ms. Nujoud Merancy) that are 20 minutes each with 20 minutes of Q&A to follow on:
11:30 AM – 12:30 PM
NASA JSC B1 Room 620
See more details on the event page.
The AIAA Houston Section would like to congratulate the following Houston Section members for their upcoming induction into the Class of 2020 AIAA Associate Fellows:
- Diego Donzis – Texas A&M University
- Warren Hoburg – NASA
- Eric Petersen – Texas A&M University
- Joel Sills – NASA Johnson Space Center
The grade of Associate Fellow recognizes individuals “who have accomplished or been in charge of important engineering or scientific work, or who have done original work of outstanding merit, or who have otherwise made outstanding contributions to the arts, sciences, or technology of aeronautics or astronautics.” To be selected as an Associate Fellow an individual must be an AIAA Senior Member in good standing, with at least twelve years professional experience, and be recommended by a minimum of three current Associate Fellows.
Join the AIAA Houston Section and Dr. Stanley G. Love for a free lunch and learn (Bring your own lunch or enjoy a sandwich on us):
NASA Gilurth Center, Lone Star Room
Mars Room (Due to the overwhelming response, the room has changed)
RSVP on the event page today!
The Moon: Looking Back and Looking Forward
Fifty years after the historic first landing of human explorers on the Moon, NASA astronaut and planetary scientist Dr. Stanley G. Love will review the motivations and accomplishments of the Apollo program, present an overview of NASA’s plans to return human explorers to the Moon’s surface in the next few years, and discuss what those explorers might do there after they land and plant the flag. Despite an impression that we’ve “been there and done that” with regard to our nearest celestial neighbor, the Moon offers much more than opportunities to build national prestige. It is a treasure trove of scientific and economic riches that we’ve only just begun to open. We hope you can join the discussion and learn about the amazing future that awaits us on the Moon
The AIAA Houston Section is a proud technical sponsor of:
2019 International Symposium on Measurement and Control in Robotics (ISMCR)
September 19-21, 2019
University of Houston, Clear Lake
Please see the program (PDF) and consider registering today!
The deadline for early registration is this coming Thursday, August 15th.
About the Symposium:
The symposium will focus on various aspects of international research, applications and trends of robotic Innovations for the benefit of humanity, advanced human-robot systems and applied technologies, e.g. in the fields of robotics, telerobotics, simulator platforms and environment and mobile work machines as well as virtual reality/augmented reality and 3D modelling and simulation. The symposium will consist of keynote presentations on the state-of-the-art technology, workshops and topical panels. All papers will have peer review and will be published with IMEKO and IEEE Guidelines.
More information is available at http://ismcr.org/.