7–11 January 2019
Grand Hyatt San Diego,
San Diego, California

Courses and Workshops

Stay at the top of your game with AIAA's continuing education offerings. You will leave with invaluable improvements and solutions that you can put to immediate use.

Aircraft and Rotorcraft System Identification Engineering Methods for Manned and UAV Applications with Hands-on Training using CIFER®

6-7 January 2018
0800-1700 hrs.

This course will review the fundamental methods of Manned and UAV aircraft and rotorcraft system identification methods with Hands-on Training using CIFER®, illustrate the benefits of their broad application throughout the flight vehicle development process, and provide the attendees with an intensive hands-on training of the CIFER® system identification using flight test data and extensive Lab exercises. More Details.

NEW! Large Eddy Simulation of Turbulent Combustion: Theory, Modeling and Practice

6-7 January 2018
0800-1700 hrs. 

The purpose of the course is to introduce the large eddy simulation (LES) approach to modeling complex reacting flows through three different elements: 1) Theory, 2) Modeling and 3) Practical implementation or practice. More Details

NEW! Missile Guidance

6-7 January 2018
0800-1700 hrs.

A system-level, integrated method is provided on missile guidance design, development, and system engineering activities in addressing requirements such as performance, cost, risk, and launch platform integration. More Details.

Future CFD Technologies Workshop

Bridging Mathematics and Computer Science for Advanced Aerospace Simulation Tools
6–7 January 2018
0800-1700 hrs.

Sponsored by the AIAA CFD2030 Integration Committee and NASA's Transformative Tools and Technologies Project (T3)

The focus of this workshop will be to explore past, present and future contributions of applied mathematics and computer science for simulation-based aerospace applications, and to motivate the case for increased interdisciplinary contributions between these fields. For these purposes, workshop presentations will include a combination of fundamental research and applied aerospace CFD work. More Details

5th International Workshop on High-Order CFD Methods

6–7 January 2018
0800-1700 hrs.

The 5th International Workshop on High-Order CFD Methods provides an open and impartial forum for evaluating the status of high-order methods (order of accuracy > 2) in solving a wide range of flow problems. More Details

NEW! Aeroelastic Wind Tunnel Testing and Aeroelasticity Considerations for Non-Aeroelastic Tests

7 January 2018 
0800-1700 hrs.

This course is specific to aeroelasticity concerns and wind tunnel testing. The greater emphasis will be on the testing of aeroelastic models; however, some attention will be given to aeroelasticity considerations for non-aeroelastic tests.  More Details. 

NEW! A Tutorial on a Unified Approach for Computational Aeroelasticity

7 January 2018 
1530-1730 hrs.
Location: Sun D

This tutorial will cover some of the basic concepts and terminology associated with aeroelasticity, including structural dynamics, unsteady aerodynamics, aeroservoelasticity, and recent developments such as computational reduced-order models.  An important component of this course is to familiarize the participants with the classical methods as well as the more modern methods in aeroelasticity, in order to understand the various options available to the aeroelastician. More Details

NEW! A Tutorial on Verification and Validation Best Practices for Integrate Computational Materials

10 January 2018 
1430-1630 hrs.
Location: Flagler

This tutorial will provide an overview of the topics of Verification and Validation (V&V) and Uncertainty Quantification (UQ), demonstrated by contextualized examples, with a focus on the process and quantifying the confidence that can be attributed to results of computational materials science models.    More Details

NEW! Recent Advances in Alternative Fuels Combustion

10 January 2018 
1800-2000 hrs.

The tremendous expansion of the aviation demand combined with the energy crisis and the stringent environmental pollution regulations has been the challenge and the driving force for the alternative fuels research. Potential drop-in alternative fuels offer the opportunity to provide immediate benefits.

Majority of the studies available in public domain deals with just few aspects of alternative fuel research. In this training session we will present a review of current alternative fuels research followed with a wide range of topics that are important for alternative fuels research. The topics would include PM and gaseous emissions, impact of different aromatic species on PM and seal swell, fuel system compatibility issues, combustion instability and noise issues followed with impact on Lean Blowout Limits. Overall aim of the training would be to give overall prospective of alternative fuels research and issues. More Details

Dates to Remember

  • Early Mem Reg Deadline: 17 Dec 2018
  • Cancellation Deadline: 17 Dec 2018

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