The inaugural Glenn Symposium will focus on advancements in aerospace technology including power and propulsion, communications, hypersonics, and more. Discussion will also encompass policy and regulation, workforce development, medicine and human factors, and other topics that are relevant to both space flight and aviation.
The Symposium will take place at the Huntington Convention Center in downtown Cleveland with an opening reception on Wednesday July 10 at the Nasa Glenn Visitors Center, followed by sessions and speakers on Thursday July 11 and Friday July 12. Attendees will have the opportunity to tour NASA’s Plum Brook Station, which houses the world’s largest, most powerful space simulation and spacecraft test facilities.
Applications for the AAS Molly K. Macauley Award are now open to university students, both undergraduate and graduate students are encouraged to apply.
To learn more about the Macauley Award, please click here.
Registration will open soon.
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