Presentation on theme: "Green Engineering Program Committee Overview & Status Update Aerospace Sciences Meeting 8 January 2012 Jason Slagle."— Presentation transcript:
Green Engineering Program Committee Overview & Status Update Aerospace Sciences Meeting 8 January 2012 Jason Slagle
2 PC Liaisons Gas Turbine Engines (Halliwell) Public Policy (Slagle) Air Breathing Propulsion Integration (Blodgett) TES (Lilley) APA ASE FD PC Chairs Jason Slagle P.O. Box 3707 MC 0Y-EK Seattle, WA 98124-2207 Email: Jason.C.Slagle@Boeing.comJason.C.Slagle@Boeing.com Valerie Lyons 21000 Brookpark Rd MS 301-3 Cleveland, OH 44135 Email: VLyons@prodigy.net Working to further establish the organization and identify subcommittee leaders for the following roles: Aviation Energy Membership Potential candidates have been identified. PC Members 37 Total – 33 Regular – 2 Associate – 2 International Category – Industry (41%) – Academia (37%) – Government (22%) International members –1 Japan –1 United Kingdom –1 Egypt Need to continue to recruit YPs to the team. Subcommittees PC Overview
3 Recent Conference Performance Issues / Help Needed Hosted panel and technical sessions at ASM 2011 Hawaii Conference 2011 JPC 2011 ASM 2012 Lost some momentum during my transition…need to reinvigorate the team Would like to explore group funding for a one-time purchase of committee shirts Accomplishments Increased membership 24% Held over 9 panel and technical sessions Contributed to public policy key issues and information papers Supported CVD briefing sessions Supported K-12 STEM activities including Engineers as Educators and Ask Polaris Developed PC website Authored 2010 Year in review article Special session at ASM to recognize the AIAA Robert M. Losey Award recipient Create a Green track, better integrate with conferences, and support conference planning & coordination Continue to build out the overall committee and subcommittee leadership, and identify additional liaisons AA articles Four committee meetings scheduled for 2012 (ASM, JPC, and two telecons) Initiatives & Plans Financial Status and Other Activities Current balance: $0 Spending has been limited to meeting dinners. PC Overview
5 Charter The purpose of the Green Engineering Program Committee (GEPC) is to promote a holistic, systems approach to improved energy efficiency, sustainability, renewable energy and cradle-to- cradle design. GEPC serves as the AIAA focal point for all green aerospace-related programs and technologies, and works synergistically with the appropriate technical committees to assure that the AIAA membership is adequately informed about all aspects of this critical aerospace activity.
6 GEPC Recent Activities Identified liaisons for various related committees Recruited members from the Technical Committees Coordinated sessions for conferences (ASM, JPC, etc.) Reviewed and contributed to two Key Issues for the Public Policy Committee Reviewed and contributed to two information papers for the Public Policy Committee Supported briefing sessions for Congressional Visits Day (CVD) Authored a year-in-review article for Aerospace America Submitted annual report covering GEPC status and activities Hosted an Invited Session for ASM 2011 – A Systems View of Energy Efficiency Hosted AIAA Robert M. Losey Award lecture (recipient – Patrick Minnis)
7 Identified a liaison to the Public Policy Committee Worked integrally with the new PPC Energy & Environment Subcommittee Reviewed and contributed to two Key Issues and information papers for the Public Policy Committee 1. Climate Monitoring 2. Alternative Fuels & Energy Efficient Aviation Systems Public Policy / Congressional Visits Day
8 AIAA Hawaii Conference Co-sponsored three sessions · The Science Underpinning Aviation Impacts on the Environment · Aerodynamic Efficiency and Laminar Flow · Technology Addressing Aviation Impacts on the Environment June 27-30 in Honolulu
9 AIAA JPC / IECEC Conference IECEC Theme: · Government, Academia and Industry Working Together Towards Clean Energy JPC Theme: · Turning Propulsion Ideas into Reality Sponsoring panel session on Alternative Fuels and Sustainable Energy Systems · Need session chair
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