AAVP 2021 AFRC TOWN HALL FORUM

ADVANCED AIR VEHICLES PROGRAM (AAVP) 2021 ARMSTRONG FLIGHT RESEARCH CENTER TOWN HALL FORUM

COVID-19 has created a significant impact on travel and NASA operations at Headquarters and across the four Aeronautics Research Centers. This means that travel for the annual AAVP Center Visit to the Armstrong Flight Research Center will not be possible. As an alternative, AAVP is hosting a virtual Town Hall Forum on Thursday, August 12, 2021 from 11:00AM – 12:00PM PT for the Armstrong Flight Research Center researchers and other Center stakeholders supporting the Program.

During the Town Hall Forum, moderated by Brad Flick, Dr. Jimmy Kenyon will provide a program overview including major changes in FY21 and offer an extended Q&A session based on posted questions.

 

Forum Agenda:

AAVP 2021 AFRC TOWN HALL FORUM AGENDA
Thursday, August 12, 2021
11:00AM – 12:00PM PT
TIME (PT)
TOPIC
SPEAKER
11:00AM – 11:05AM
Introduction
Mr. Bradley Flick, Director for Research and Engineering/Aeronautics Research Director
11:05AM – 11:45AM
2020 State of the Advanced Air Vehicles Program
Dr. Jimmy Kenyon, AAVP Program Director 
11:45AM – 11:55AM
Q&A through Conferences.io
Dr. Jimmy Kenyon
Mr. Bradley Flick
11:55AM – 12:00PM
Closing Remarks
Dr. Jimmy Kenyon
Mr. Bradley Flick

 


Virtual Collaboration Platforms:

On Thursday (8/12), simply return to this webpage for the YouTube Live Stream link. It will be linked in the bullets above where it says "YouTube Live Stream" 15 minutes prior to the start of the Town Hall Forum (10:45AM PT).

For Q&A, we will be utilizing conferences.io. You will enter your questions in the conferences.io link and the speakers will respond in one of two ways:

  1. Share the question and answer verbally with everyone through the YouTube Live Stream, or
  2. Provide a written answer through conferences.io for everyone to references throughout the forum.

     

To access conferences.io , enter https://arc.cnf.io/sessions/j2bm/#!/dashboard into you browser.

We will not be taking verbal or written questions from the audience through YouTube. However, you will need to use the YouTube Live Stream link to see the presentation materials and hear the discussion.


Registration

 

 

 

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