2013 IEEE Aerospace Conference

2013 IEEE Aerospace Conference 2013 IEEE Aerospace Conference
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    Roark Sandberg
    phone: 310-545-5753

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    IEEE, Aerospace, government, militarty, AESS, AIAA, conference, aerospace

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    1,150 usd

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United States
Big Sky, Montana

The 34th in a series of annual,week long,winter conferences designed for aerospace experts,academics,military personnel,and industry leaders will be held in BigSky, Montana March 3–10, 2012. The Conference promotes interdisciplinary understanding of aerospace systems,their underlying science and technology ,and their applications to government and commercial endeavors.Attendees enjoy exceptional access to authors and invited speakers in a setting ideal for developing lasting relationships benefiting participants, their organizations, and the engineering, scientific, and aerospace communities.

2013 IEEE Aerospace Conference
AIAA -Technical Cosponsor
March 3–10, 2012Big Sky, Montana
Call for Papers
Abstract (300-500 words) due: July 17, 2012
Draft paper (6–20 pages) deadline: November 3, 2012
Reviewed paper returned to author: November 18, 2012
Final paper deadline: January 4, 2013
All submissions are electronic at: www.aeroconf.org

This Call invites submission of papers reporting original work or state-of-the-art reviews that enhance knowledge of:

(1) aerospace systems, science, and technology;

(2)applications of aerospace systems or technology to military, civil or commercial endeavors;

(3)system engineering and management science in the aerospace industry; and

(4) Government policy that directs or drives aerospace programs,systems,and technologies.The technical program will present key innovations and achievements in aerospace technologies and their current and future applications.