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13th AIAA/ISSMO Multidisciplinary Analysis Optimization Conference
This conference will celebrate the 25th anniversary of the first Multidisciplinary Analysis and Optimization (MA&O) conference. Key advances in methodology, process, and tool development will be presented. Of particular interest are the continuing challenges associated with the design and optimization of large-scale coupled design problems, and the ways in which recent technological advances—particularly in modeling, simulation and visualization—provide an enabling platform for achieving a truly integrated system design. A retrospective panel session with Multidisciplinary Design Optimization (MDO) Award winners and leaders in key MA&O areas will assess past contributions to the fi eld, the present state of the art, and the challenges and opportunities that now face the MA&O community.
10th AIAA Aviation Technology, Integration, and Operations (ATIO) Conference
Society’s dependence on complex systems is exemplified by our modern air transportation system. From airframe design to air traffic control to baggage handling, the technologies and systems we rely on are becoming increasingly sophisticated. The increasing demand for air travel is resulting in more aircraft , new airports, and new challenges on the infrastructure that supports them. The design of aircraft and the systems in which they operate require advanced multidisciplinary design tools and methodologies. New paradigms in technology, innovative aircraft confi gurations and design solutions, and new operational systems are emerging for this future, sympathetic aviation world.
The AIAA Aviation Technology, Integration, and Operations (ATIO) Conference has an established reputation for bringing together aviation professionals, practicing engineers, researchers, and policymakers to explore ideas, share research, and create interactive opportunities in response to these issues. On its landmark 10th anniversary, the conference has chosen the theme of The Future of Global Aviation – Complex Analysis for a Complex System, and is seeking the views of the community on how we can take aviation to the next plateau. Particular emphasis is placed on relevant aircraft design and design methodologies.