Aerospace Sciences Meeting Call Online

From: (Rich Antcliff)
Organization: NASA LaRC
Date:         Sun, 24 Mar 1996 16:48:30 GMT
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35th AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting and Exhibit               <----------------

January 6-9, 1997
Reno Hilton
Reno, NV
Abstract Deadline: May 17 , 1996

The Aerospace Sciences Meeting is the largest of the AIAA technical
conferences and one of the preeminent technical gatherings within the
entire spectrum of aerospace activities. The multidisciplinary
character of this meeting provides an ideal forum for scientists and
engineers from industry, government, and academia to share and
disseminate scientific knowledge and research results.

The 35h AIAA Aerospace Meeting and Exhibit will again place emphasis
on fundamental science issues. Participation by the basic research
community is especially encouraged. The meeting will feature both
invited and contributed presentations that address the future
scientific and technical challenges facing the aerospace community.

Technical papers are presented by authors chosen via a competitive
selection process based on peer review, as described below, and
invitation of papers of the highest quality to emphasize major trends
and accomplishments in various aerospace disciplines. To facilitate
simultaneous sessions, papers will begin on the hour and half hour.
Six to eight 30-minute papers per session are planned (20 minutes for
presentation with 10 minutes for question and discussion).

The technical committees sponsoring this meeting, areas in which
papers are solicited, and the names and addresses of the meeting
organizers to whom abstracts should be sent are listed in the Call for
Papers. Every effort will be made to provide uniformly rigorous
evaluations and acceptance rates for all sessions.

Please review the Rules for Abstract/Manuscript Submission if you are
interested in submitting a paper. We also allow electronic submission
of abstracts for many TCs.

General inquiries concerning the program, format, or policies of the
meeting and suggestions for special high-interest information
presentations should be directed to the Conference General Chair:

Dr. Richard R. Antcliff
NASA Langley Research Center
MS 493
Hampton, VA 23681
804/864-4606 * 804/864-8315 fax