2019 Technical Sessions

AIAA Technical Areas

  • Fly It
    • Unmanned Systems  
    • Guidance, Navigation, & Control  
    • Space Exploration & Environments  
    • Propulsion & Transportation Architectures  
    • Aerodynamics and Aeroacoustics
  • Build it

    • Regenerative Systems & Separations  
    • Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering
    • Materials, Structures, & Dynamics 
    • Systems Engineering
  • Code it
    • Modeling & Simulation
    • Cyber Engineering
    • Data Science
    • Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning
  • Teach it
  • Special Topics

2019 Presentations

Practical Applications in Adversarial Machine Learning - Josh Kalin, Peopletec - Code It/Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning
Hidden Issues and Limitations of Machine Learning: Bias, Opacity, Dependencies, and more! - Benjamin Etheredge, Modern Technology Solutions, Inc. - Code It/Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning
Realistic Aerial Training Data for Machine Learning Problems - David Noever, Peopletec - Code It/Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning
Engineering Cybersecurity into the Internet of Things (IoT) for Critical Systems - William Higdon, Boeing - Code It/Cyber Engineering
Giving a Dam About Cybersecurity (Modeling Cyber-physical Systems) - Sue Griffith, UAH - Code It/Cyber Engineering
Immersive Interactive Intelligent Space Dynamics - Davide Guzzetti, Auburn - Code It/Modeling & Simulation
Analyzing Failure Classifications from a Multidisciplinary Perspective - Casey Eaton, UAH - Code It/Modeling & Simulation
Methodologies for Design, Analysis and Optimization of Unmanned Aircraft Systems - Joshua Hunter, Kennesaw - Code It/Modeling & Simulation
Constellation Latitude Gap Analysis - Matthew Hitt, ARSTRAT - Code It/Modeling & Simulation
Using Advanced Design Methods to Optimize the Mars Ascent Vehicle First Stage Solid Rocket Motor - Robert Hetterich, NASA - Code It/Modeling & Simulation
Turbine Parametric Cycle Analysis, Design, Trade Studies, and Improvements of a High Bypass Ratio Turbofan Engine - Adeel Khalid, Kennesaw - Code It/Modeling & Simulation
Oxygen, Friend or Foe? Evaluating Oxygen Systems Hazards. - Kevin Smith, Moog - Build It/Materials, Structures, & Dynamics
Fracture Resistance of In-Situ Healed CFRP Composite Using Thermoplastic Healants - Bodiuzzaman Jony, UA - Build It/Materials, Structures, & Dynamics
The Challenges of the Structural Designing and Analysis of the Launch Vehicle Stage Adapter - Oliver Wesche, Teledyne-Brown - Build It/Materials, Structures, & Dynamics
Reconciliation of the Thermal Lag Engine with the Thermoacoustic Engine and their Relationship with the Stirling Engine - Robert Moran, NASA - Build It/Materials, Structures, & Dynamics
Design Optimization and Utilization of Advanced Aluminum Alloys on the SLS EUS - Jeffrey Weathers, Boeing - Build It/Materials, Structures, & Dynamics
Roving the Red Planet with a Giant Mars Map - Lori Nelson, Teacher - Teach It
Growing Our Food on Mars with Hydroponics - Lori Nelson, Teacher - Teach It
Aerodynamic Effects on Small Satellites with Integrated Lifting Surfaces - William Bickett, UAH - Fly It/Aerodynamics and Aeroacoustics
Correlated Electromagnetic Levitation Actuator (CELA) - Sarah Triana, NASA - Fly It/Guidance, Navigation, & Control
Path Tracking of Spherical Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Using PID Control - Daegyun Choi, MSU - Fly It/Guidance, Navigation, & Control
Common Electro Hydrostatic Actuation - Jason Chapo, Moog - Fly It/Propulsion & Transportation Architectures
Moog Power Systems Innovations & Flight Experience” - Greg Semrau, Moog - Fly It/Propulsion & Transportation Architectures
Seeded Hydrogen Propellant for Nuclear Thermal Propulsion - Dennis Nikitaev, UAH - Fly It/Propulsion & Transportation Architectures
Crewed Lunar Missions and Architectures Enabled by the NASA Space Launch System (SLS) - Ben Donahue, Boeing - Fly It/Propulsion & Transportation Architectures
Pre-Phase A and Phase A Comprehensive Readiness Risk Assessments for Advanced Space Exploration Programs - Malik Thompson, NASA - Fly It/Propulsion & Transportation Architectures
A Novel Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene (ABS)-Based Non-toxic Advanced Storable Hybrid Rocket (NASHR) for Multiple In-Space Propulsion Applications. - Grace Spotswood, Onyx - Fly It/Propulsion & Transportation Architectures
Stakeholder Management For Nuclear Thermal Propulsion - Nathanial Long, OSU - Fly It/Propulsion & Transportation Architectures
Liquid Hydrogen Densification Trades on Vehicles Utilizing Nuclear Thermal Propulsion - Alexander Aueron, UAH - Fly It/Propulsion & Transportation Architectures
Utilizing a Model-Based Framework for the Synthesis of Lunar Transportation Architectures - Doug Trent, NASA - Fly It/Propulsion & Transportation Architectures
Performance Analysis of an Axial-Injection, End-Burning Hybrid Rocket Propulsion System and Constellation Latitude Gap Analysis - Matthew Hitt, ARSTRAT - Fly It/Propulsion & Transportation Architectures
Teledyne and Bradford Engineering's Multi-Purpose Glovebox for Deep Space Gateway - Evolution of Space Glovebox Technology - Paul Galloway, Teledyne-Brown - Fly It/Space Exploration & Environments
SAREME, a Tool in Evaluating the Hardness of Submicron Chip Technologies to Space Radiation - William J. Atkinson, Boeing - Fly It/Space Exploration & Environments
Low Gravity Spacecraft and Orbit Concept - Kyle Weiskircher, Boeing - Fly It/Space Exploration & Environments
Shoe Box STEM Projects - Phil Bording, AAMU - Teach It
Aircraft Instrumentation with IoT Technology - Mark Becnel, RadioBro - Build It/Materials, Structures, & Dynamics

Call for Abstracts

We are currently closed for abstract submissions for the 2019 symposium. Please contact submit@aiaanextgen.org if you believe that your work should still be part of our symposium.

Abstract Submissions

A paper is not required to present. Required materials are an abstract and presentation. 

Being a YP is not required to present. Our only restriction is that the material presented not be Undergraduate work.

It is the presenter’s responsibility to ensure that material presented has been cleared for public release by their organization.

Tickets are not required before abstract submission. All attendees are expected to have a ticket before the event.