June 29, 2015 – In collaboration with Lockheed Martin, and sponsored by Colorado School of Mines’ College of Engineering and Computational Sciences, the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA)-Rocky Mountain Section Technical Symposium will take place in Golden, Colorado on November 6, 2015.
The Annual Technical Symposium (ATS) 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. About 250 attendants are expected from universities, industry, and government in the Rocky Mountain region.
Rocky Mountain-AIAA is currently seeking presenters for the ATS. 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. In other words, your presentation is all you must prepare and bring with you. Presenters do not need to be members of AIAA to submit an abstract.
Submit abstracts of 300 words or less via http://www.aiaa-rm.org/ATS by July 31, 2015 for the opportunity to present to Rocky Mountain aeronautic and astronautic institutions, universities and businesses at the Colorado School of Mines.