39th AIAA/ASME/SAE/ASEE Joint Propulsion Conference & Exhibit (JPC 2003)

Venue: Von Braun Center

Location: Huntsville, Alabama, United States

Event Date/Time: Jul 20, 2003 End Date/Time: Jul 23, 2003
Early Registration Date: Jun 20, 2003
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The year 2003 marks the 100th anniversary of powered flight. As this remarkable event is being celebrated, it is appropriate that "The Next Century of Powered Flight" be initiated by the 39th Joint Propulsion Conference (JPC) & Exhibit in Huntsville, Alabama, a city known as the "Rocket City".

Over 750 technical papers during nearly 150 sessions will cover all aspects of propulsion systems.

NEW THIS YEAR: Executive Level Panels
-In Space Propulsion
-Evolution and Future Direction of the Integrated Space Transportation Plan
-Industrial Base
-Nuclear Propulsion Applications
-International Cooperation
-Hypergol Monitors and Personal Protection Equipment

Special Events:
-Sunday Evening Reception
-Keynote Address
-Space & Rocket Center Dinner
-Golf Outing at Hampton Cove Highlands Golf Course
-NASA Marshall Space Flight Center Tour
-Boeing Plant Tour
-Technical Visit of Arnold Engineering Development Center

AIAA Professional Development Courses:
-Air Breathing Pulse Detonation Engine Technology
-Dynamics of Combustion Systems: Fundamentals, Acoustics, and Control
-Electric Thrusters - Propulsion for the New Millennium
-Liquid Propulsion Systems - Evolution and Advancements
-Nuclear and Future Flight Propulsion: Vechicle Design Case Studies
-Satellite Propulsion - A Flight Operations View
-Tactical Missile Design

FREE admission to the conference when you register for one of these short courses!

View the complete conference program and register at http://www.aiaa.org/events/jpc03