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SCLV CFP 2015 : 2015 Spacecraft and Launch Vehicle Dynamic Environments Workshop Call for Participation

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Link: http://www.cvent.com/d/6rqmmz
 
When Jun 2, 2015 - Jun 4, 2015
Where El Segundo, CA
Submission Deadline Mar 31, 2015
Notification Due Apr 6, 2015
Final Version Due May 22, 2015
Categories    dynamic environments   launch vehicles   spacecraft system loads   acoustics, vibration and shock
 

Call For Papers

Call for Participation - Deadline Extended to April 24
Spacecraft and Launch Vehicle Dynamic Environments Workshop
The Aerospace Corporation, El Segundo, CA
June 2–4, 2015

The Spacecraft and Launch Vehicle Dynamic Environments Workshop is an annual forum to discuss the best approaches for designing, modeling, analyzing, and testing modern space systems for loads, acoustics, vibration, and shock.

The workshop is intended to be informal, enabling attendees from various U.S. and non-U.S. organizations to exchange ideas and information. The workshop is structured similar to a technical conference, but has a narrower focus and attempts to avoid the formalities associated with journals and proceedings publications.

The main purposes for the workshop are to:
• Permit payload designers to discuss the availability and adequacy of booster dynamic environments data for use in design, analysis, test, and operations
• Discuss concerns in vehicle design and test to meet
dynamic environments specifications
• Exchange state-of-the-art methods of solving
dynamic environments problems
• Update the status and results of ongoing research studies in the dynamic environments field applicable to spacecraft and launch vehicle design or test
• Improve communications between launch vehicle
and spacecraft organizations to increase the
efficiency of the integration process

Plenary Presentations
Presentations will be 20 minutes long, with an additional five to 10 minutes for questions. Submit a one-paragraph abstract describing the results of your work, work in progress, or case studies relevant to the workshop objectives. Abstracts submitted to the workshop coordinators should summarize the claims, scope, methodology, and generality of the work.

Proceedings
Papers are not requested. Presentation slides (in electronic format) should be submitted to sclv-workshop@aero.org for presentation. In addition, presenters should bring at least 50 hardcopies of the presentation slides to the workshop.

Submission Information
• Abstracts due: April 24
• Notification of acceptance: April 30
• Accepted presentations due: May 22

POCs for Material Submissions
Huy Bui
The Aerospace Corporation
huy.a.bui@aero.org
310-336-2846

Chia-Yen Peng
Jet Propulsion Laboratory
chia-yen.p.peng@jpl.nasa.gov
818-354-1285

Richard Do
The Aerospace Corporation
richard.do@aero.org
310-336-9870

Ali Kolaini
Jet Propulsion Laboratory
ali.r.kolaini@jpl.nasa.gov
818-393-6006

All sessions are unclassified. Presenters are responsible for obtaining any clearances required by their organizations. Representatives from non-U.S. organizations are invited to participate.

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