22–26 June 2015
Hilton Anatole, Dallas, Texas

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  • Headlines from AIAA AVIATION 2015

    Learn what took place in Dallas, TX, 22–26 June More...

  • Supercomputing rapidly advancing aerospace engineering

    Supercomputing rapidly advancing aerospace engineering

    29 June 2015
    Supercomputing has made significant contributions in aerospace engineering in recent decades, including advances in computational fluid dynamics that has fundamentally altered the way aircraft are designed. More...

  • Gulfstream exec touts G650 engineering

    Gulfstream exec touts G650 engineering

    26 June 2015
    Kurt Erbacher, vice president for the G650 Aircraft Program at Gulfstream, spent Friday morning describing the breakthroughs represented by this fast-flying business jet. More...

  • Understanding the flow with particle imagery velocimetry

    Understanding the flow with particle imagery velocimetry

    25 June 2015
    Using lasers to measure the velocity of individual particles within a flow, called particle image velocimetry, or PVI, has grown in recent years. The technique is “surpassing the use of the hotwire method and the laser Doppler method,” according to Ronald Adrian... More...

  • Wanted: “Cybersecurity evangelists”

    Wanted: “Cybersecurity evangelists”

    25 June 2015
    A leading federal cybersecurity official urged those working in aviation to be extra vigilant against potential attacks, citing heightened risks in an industry in which the lives of passengers are at stake. More...

  • Green aviation: Many possible paths, one goal

    Green aviation: Many possible paths, one goal

    25 June 2015
    The global aviation industry is attempting to pull off a neat trick: It aims to fly an ever-increasing number of passengers with ever-decreasing amounts of fuel and emissions... More...

  • NASA’s aeronautics chief says “wake up, work together”

    NASA’s aeronautics chief says “wake up, work together”

    24 June 2015
    NASA’s Jaiwon Shin delivered a message of tough love to an audience of academic and government aeronautics experts at AIAA’s Aviation 2015 forum: “The landscape of aviation is changing and the U.S. can no longer afford... More...

  • Bolden pledges more groundbreaking research with industry

    Bolden pledges more groundbreaking research with industry

    24 June 2015
    Touching on everything from bug residue on aircraft to the economic impacts of aviation, NASA Administrator Charles F. Bolden said NASA is anxious to continue its research with the industry, and he singled out... More...

  • Many benefits, some risks seen for drones in public airspace

    Many benefits, some risks seen for drones in public airspace

    24 June 2015
    U.S. skies at 11 a.m. Eastern are dotted with some 8,000 airplanes, mostly large commercial jets that rack up the bulk of the 18 million flight hours annually in the nation’s airspace. More...

  • Progress reported on NextGen air traffic control

    Progress reported on NextGen air traffic control

    24 June 2015
    Bill Ayer, the retired chairman and CEO of Alaska Air Group, told an audience here that there were days when he “didn’t sleep well at night” due to the challenging aircraft approaches into Juneau, Alaska... More...

  • Overcoming flight disruptions by cooperating

    Overcoming flight disruptions by cooperating

    23 June 2015
    In 2014, airlines flying in U.S. airspace “endured 110 million minutes of weather caused delays,” totaling “$8.3 billion” in additional operating expenses, according to a slide presented at AIAA’s Aviation 2015... More...

  • Calling for a new engineering mindset

    Calling for a new engineering mindset

    23 June 2015
    Engineers, program managers and companies aren’t innovating as quickly as many in the industry would like. Panelists from Boeing, Lockheed Martin, Bell Helicopter and Johns Hopkins University’s Applied Physics Lab... More...

  • Affordability seen as key in next-gen airliner tech

    Affordability seen as key in next-gen airliner tech

    22 June 2015
    Airlines, manufacturers and maintenance providers must welcome new technology, but always with an eye toward affordability. That was the message from a panel of industry experts at AIAA’s AVIATION 2015 forum... More...

  • Airbus Group CEO calls for cultural adjustment

    Airbus Group CEO calls for cultural adjustment

    22 June 2015
    The aerospace industry should embrace disruptive, innovative technologies and accept that some of those technologies will fail before they reach the market, said Tom Enders, CEO of Airbus Group.... More...

  • Long R & D path seen for all-electric airliner

    Long R & D path seen for all-electric airliner

    18 June 2015
    When the A380 flies, it seizes anyone’s attention with the rumble of its four giant engines, and keeps that attention as the pilot turns and climbs to show off the plane’s surprising maneuverability... More...

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