Need another reason to attend the 2017 AIAA/HSI Annual Technical Symposium?
NASA Astronaut Lee Morin will present “Overview of the Orion Cockpit,” a presentation on his Rapid Prototype Lab.
The American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) Houston Section, in collaboration with the Human Systems Integration (HSI) Employee Resource Group, is proud to host the 2017 Annual Technical Symposium (ATS) on Friday, May 5, at 8 a.m. at the Gilruth Center. Come hear presenters discuss their work while networking with others in the AIAA and HSI community.
It’s $20 for AIAA members and $25 for non-AIAA members.
A lunch buffet is included in the registration cost. Continental breakfast (including coffee) will be provided in the Gilruth Alamo Ballroom during registration.
The Engineers as Educators Workshop will teach you to inspire students about the marvels of aerospace engineering. Share your passion in a manner students can relate to. Register now for the Engineers as Educators Workshop, and you’ll walk away armed with the tools to help plan and execute powerful experiences and excite the next generation of engineers. This event will be during the AIAA Annual Technical Symposium, but needs to be registered for separately on the registration Web page. It is a FREE event, and symposium registration is not required.
See charts (PDF) from Dr. Phil Beckett’s presentation.
Join the AIAA Houston History and Astrodynamics Technical Committees for a discussion by Daniel Adamo, Astrodynamics consultant, AIAA senior member, and Distinguished Lecturer:
Reproducing an Apollo Applications Program Single-Launch Human Venus Flyby Trajectory
Friday, January 27, 2017
NASA/JSC Gilruth Center, Lone Star Room