von Kármán Lecture
Tuesday, 13 September, 1830 – 1930 hrs, Hyatt Regency Long Beach
Awardees will be announced soon.
William H. Pickering Lecture
Wednesday, 14 September, 1830-1930 hrs, Hyatt Regency Long Beach
The William H. Pickering Lecture is named for the former NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory Director to honor his initiation and leadership of America’s unmanned scientific space program, from Explorer I in 1958 through the development of the Viking orbiters and Voyager outer planet and interstellar missions. The lecture is open to all attendees and the general public.
The Juno Mission
|Rick Nybakken (Invited)
||Scott Bolton (Invited)
Applied Physics Laboratory
||Juno Principal Investigator
Southwest Research Institute
Juno launched on August 5th 2011 and is expected to reach Jupiter in July 2016. Hear from the Juno team in this video.
Recognition Luncheon—Celebrating Achievements in Space and Astronautics
Thursday, 15 September, 1230–1400 hrs, Hyatt Regency Long Beach
A ticket for the luncheon is required and included in the registration fee where indicated. Additional tickets for guests may be purchased on site, as space is available. Awards will be announced soon.
AIAA/NAE Yvonne C. Brill Lectureship in Aerospace Engineering
Thursday, 15 September, 1830-1930 hrs, Hyatt Regency Long Beach
The lecture is open to all attendees and the general public
Engineering Leadership: The Need for Technical Excellence and Diversity
Wanda M. Austin
President & CEO
The Aerospace Corporation