AIAA/ASME/AHS Adaptive Structures Forum
|Event Date/Time: Apr 16, 2001||End Date/Time: Apr 19, 2001|
The Adaptive Structures Forum, sponsored by AIAA, ASME, and AHS, will be held in conjunction with the 42nd Structures, Structural Dynamics, and Materials (SDM) Conference on 16-19 April 2001 in Seattle, Washington. The Adaptive Structures Forum is the chief conference concerned with the advancement of adaptive structures technology and its application to aerospace systems. As such, the range of relevant topics is quite broad. Candidate Adaptive Structures Forum sessions include: aerospace vehicle applications; design and simulation approaches; system identification and control methodologies; health monitoring and damage detection; noise, vibration, aeroelastic, and shape control; sensor and actuator devices; microsystems; and transducer materials.
New Abstract Submittal Requirements
This year, abstract submissions for the conference will be accepted electronically through AIAA's Web site at address http://www3.aiaa.org/ca/author. This Web site will be open for submittal of abstracts starting 12 June 2000. The system will allow for file upload in the following formats: Word, WordPerfect, Text, RTF, and PDF. When submitting through the Web site, please be sure to designate "Adaptive Structures Forum" under the SDM Confer-ence directory when asked to which conference/forum you are submitting.
Authors having trouble submitting abstracts electronically should e-mail AIAA technical support at: firstname.lastname@example.org. Questions about the abstracts themselves or manual abstract submissions should be referred to the Forum Technical Program Chair. Other inquiries should be directed to the Forum General Chair.
Forum General Chair
Dr. Friedrich K. Straub
5000 E. McDowell Road
Mesa, AZ 85215
480/891-6058 -- 480/891-7671 fax
E-mail: email@example.com Forum Technical Chair
Dr. Diann Brei
Mechanical Engineering and Applied Mechanics Dept.
University of Michigan
2250 G.G. Brown
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2125
734/763-6617 -- 734/647-3170 fax