The Annual Technical Symposium, brings together the regional leaders, technical experts, and academia in the aerospace and aeronautics industry.  ATS is a forum to help shape the future of the industry, a place for people in all stages of their career to gather, network, and collaborate. It is a place to learn a new process, gather inspiration, and make the connection to turn that inspiration into reality.

This day-long symposium is in its eighth year and will be held on Tuesday, November 19 at the University of Colorado, Boulder, University Memorial Center

Check back frequently as we update this page with agenda info for the 2019 Annual Technology Symposium.

AGENDA

7:30 AM – 8:00 AM: Exhibitor and Attendee Check In

8:00 AM – 9:00 AM: Opening UMC Glenn Miller Ballroom

  • Aspen Conference Room – Exhibitor Market Place
  • UMC Glenn Miller Ballroom:
    • Opening Remarks: Dr. Merri Sanchez AIAA-RM Chairperson
    • Breakfast and Welcoming Remarks:  Dr. Marcus Holzinger Associate Chair for Graduate Studies
    • Introduction: Maj. Gen. Jay Lindell (Colorado Aerospace and Defense Industry Champion)
    • Morning Keynote Address: Mike Gazarik Ball Aerospace

9:00 AM –10:00 AM: Session 1

  • Aspen Conference Room – Exhibitor Market Place
  • UMC Glenn Miller Ballroom – Panel 1: Future Applications of Remote Sensing Systems
    • Panelists: Panelist Bios coming soon
  • UMC 382 – Fluids, Structures and Materials (FSM)
  • UMC 247 – Bioastronautics (Bio)
  • UMC 235–Conference Room – Astrodynamics and Satellite Navigation Systems (ASN)

10:00 AM – 11:00 AM: Session 2

  • Aspen Conference Room – Exhibitor Market Place
  • UMC Glenn Miller BallroomSession 2 Feature Presentations
  • UMC 382 –Autonomous Systems (AUT)
  • UMC 247 Space Resources
  • UMC 235 – Remote Sensing, Earth and Space Science (RSESS)

11:00 AM -12:00 PM: Feature Session

  • UMC Glenn Miller Ballroom Feature Panel
    • NASA’s Return to Spaceflight Moon and Mars and Artemis
  • UMC 235 – Feature Presentations: Emerging Technologies for Proliferated Low Earth Orbit (pLEO) Satellite Constellations

12:00 PM – 1:00 PM: Lunch Glen Miller Ballroom

  •  Luncheon Keynote, Corey Brooker
    Senior Staff Systems Engineer – Orion Launch Vehicle Integration at Lockheed Martin Space Systems

1:00 PM – 2:00 PM: Afternoon Networking Session

  • UMC 415-417 – Poster Presentations
  • UMC 235 – Feature Presentations: Human Spaceflight
  • UMC 247 Space Systems Technologies Presentations
  • UMC 382 – CU Aerospace Info Session
  • UMC Glenn Miller BallroomOpen Networking

2:00 PM – 3:00 PM: Session 3

  • UMC Glenn Miller Ballroom –Session 3 Panel: Human-Machine Interactions in Highly Automated Control Systems
    • Panelists: Panelist Bios coming soon
  • UMC 415-417 – Poster Presentations
  • UMC 247 – Fluids, Structures and Materials (FSM)
  • UMC 235Remote Sensing, Earth and Space Science (RSESS)

3:00 PM –4:00 PM: Afternoon Feature Presentations 

  • Glen Miller Ballroom –Feature Presentations
  • UMC 415-417 Poster Presentations

4:00 PM – 4:30 PM: Closing Session Glen Miller Ballroom

  • Afternoon Keynote Scott Anderson SEAKR
  • Closing Remarks: Dr. Merri Sanchez AIAA-RM Chairperson