July 7, 2016 – The AIAA Rocky Mountain Section’s Annual Technical Symposium brings together innovative, enthusiastic, and technical minds for a one-day event to collaborate, network, and share ideas about new technologies and implementation strategies in the aerospace industry. The symposium is scheduled for Friday, October 21, 2016, at the Colorado School of Mines in Golden, Colorado.
What technical information would you like to pass on to the world? What technical resource has your company brought to market? Where do you see local technology going? How would you like to advance local technology? AIAA-RM wants to share your ideas with others in the Rocky Mountain region and offer the opportunity for our members to see what lies out on the horizon!
To create a diversified podium and a variety of presentations, the symposium promotes an open format without copyright restrictions or publication requirements typical of other forums. There is NO “no paper, no podium” policy for the ATS. In other words, your presentation is all you must prepare and bring with you. Presenters need not be a member of AIAA to submit an abstract. We are interested in all ideas.
The event will include a main hall for keynote speakers, networking, sponsor booths, and panel sessions. Three adjacent rooms will give symposium attendees the chance to listen to presentations from professionals, educators, government representatives, and students. This is the call for YOU to be one of those technical presenters. There are a limited number of presentation slots, so please submit your abstract by July 31st!
Submit abstracts of 300 words or less via http://www.aiaa-rm.org/ATS by July 31st for the opportunity to present to Rocky Mountain aeronautic & astronautic institutions, universities, and businesses on October 21st at the Colorado School of Mines in Golden, Colorado.
The ATS has been successful in the past four years because of wide community support. If your organization is interested in sponsoring a booth, keynote speech, specific presentation, coffee break/snack, or lunch, please email ATS2016@aiaa-rm.org.