Presentation on theme: "Emerging Technologies Committee Inside Aerospace 2010 11 May 2010 Daniel T. Jensen, ETC Chair."— Presentation transcript:
Emerging Technologies Committee Inside Aerospace 2010 11 May 2010 Daniel T. Jensen, ETC Chair
Agenda 3:00 p.m.Roll Call and Introduction of Guests Opening Remarks and ETC Overview (Dan Jensen) Guest Speaker on Commercial Space (Charles Miller) Review of 2009-2010 Goals (Dan Jensen) Technical Subcommittee Reports Aviation (Bob Winn) 2010 Submittals to Air Force Scientific Advisory Board and Top 10 List for 2010 Space (Tony Gross) 2010 Submittals to Air Force Scientific Advisory Board and Top 10 List for 2010 Multidisciplinary and Systems (Jack Agee) 2010 Submittals to Air Force Scientific Advisory Board and Top 10 List for 2010 Operations Update Membership Subcommittee (Sam Bruner) Communications (Dan Jensen) Old Business Directed Energy Systems Program Committee (Jim Horkovich) Greener Aviation Working Group (Jason Slagle) Task Force on Earth Observations (Craig Day) New Business USAF Special Advisory Committee Action Item Review (Craig Day) Next Subcommittee Teleconferences and Next Face-to-Face ETC Meeting 5:00 p.mClose
ETC Overview and Update The Scope of the ETC is to identify both new and expanding technologies and programs that have the potential for significant AIAA involvement, to identify champions for new AIAA activities, and to identify products and services that AIAA could provide to support new emerging initiatives. The business of the ETC is conducted in large part within three technical subcommittees: · Aviation (Chair: Bob Winn) · Space (Chair: Tony Gross) · Multidisciplinary and Systems (Chair: Jack Agee) Each subcommittee has the ability to select its preferred ways of working between the face-to-face ETC meetings. The whole ETC meets face-to-face three times per year. Each subcommittee will submit its current Watch List and recommendations for the Parking Lot and Launch Pad prior to each face-to-face ETC meeting. The ETC as a whole will review these at the meeting. The ETC Leadership Team will have additional teleconferences as required.
External Sources · Contracted Studies · Web based input · Sponsored Workshops · etc. Aeronautics Other AIAA Sources · Other committees · Other members · etc. Members · Personal Knowledge · Company contacts · Extended networks Multidisciplinary and Systems Space Watch List Watch List Parking lot · Revisit · Recheck facts Launch Pad · Augment Current TC/PC activity · New TC/PC/WG · New AIAA Initiatives Launch Pad · Augment Current TC/PC activity · New TC/PC/WG · New AIAA Initiatives SUCCESS STORIES! InputOrganizationOutputProcess Updated Process
Review of 2009-2010 Goals Strengthen the Organization · Leadership team fully engaged · Membership roster scrubbed and updated · Membership gap analysis completed and targeted recruiting begun · Continuous communication occurring between meetings 2010 Top 10 List Completed · Criteria agreed and understood · Two-way communication established with TAC TCs and PCs · International implications shared with IAC · Public Policy implication shared with PPC Support to Air Force Scientific Advisory Board Continued · Lessons learned from 2009 submittal incorporated · Format and submittal date standardized · Other branches of service advisory boards identified for future support
Technical Subcommittee Reports Aviation (Bob Winn) 2010 Submittals to Air Force Scientific Advisory Board and Top 10 List for 2010 Space (Tony Gross) 2010 Submittals to Air Force Scientific Advisory Board and Top 10 List for 2010 Multidisciplinary and Systems (Jack Agee) 2010 Submittals to Air Force Scientific Advisory Board and Top 10 List for 2010
Operations Updates Membership (Sam Bruner) Communications (Dan Jensen) Final inputs from each subcommittee are due. We are working towards an early June press release (the 2009 press release went out on June 1)
Old Business Directed Energy Systems Program Committee (Jim Horkovich) Green Energy Technology Working Group – in formation (Jason Slagle) Task Force on Earth Observations (Craig Day)
Top 10 List for 2009 1. "Greener Aviation" Technologies - including emission-reduction and noise-reduction technologies (ref. FAA's Continuous Low Emissions, Energy and Noise (CLEEN) program and European Environmentally Friendly Engine (EFE) program and "Clean Sky" Joint Technology Initiative.) 2. Alternative Fuels - including biofuels (ref. Commercial Aviation Alternative Fuels Initiative (CAAFI) and FAA Grant to the X PRIZE Foundation to Spur Renewable Aviation Fuels and Technologies) 3. High-Speed Flight Technologies - including supersonic and hypersonic aerodynamics, sonic boom reduction, thermal management etc.) 4. Efficient Propulsion Technologies - including Open Rotors and Geared Turbofans (ref. European program DREAM - valiDation of Radical Engine Architecture systeMs) 5. Active Flow Control Technologies - including plasma actuators 6. Advanced Materials - including nanotechnology, composites, etc. 7. Active Structures - including Shape Memory Alloys, morphing, flapping, etc. 8. Health Management - including monitoring, prognostics, self-healing, etc. 9. Remote Sensing Technologies - including UAVs and satellites (ref. Global Earth Observation System of Systems (GEOSS) program) 10. Advanced Space Propulsion Technologies - including plasma-based propulsion (ref. Variable Specific Impulse Magnetoplasma Rocket) and solar sails
2009 Submittals to Air Force Scientific Advisory Board 1. Ultra-Lightweight Materials for Aerospace Applications (Multidisciplinary and Systems) 2. The Role of Humans and Machines in the Future of Space Operations (Space) 3. Active Aviation Structures (Aviation) 4. Next-Generation High Speed Flight (Aviation)
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