Transformative Aeronautics Concepts Program (TACP), presented a free one day virtual technical seminar on September 6, 2017 to showcase innovative aeronautics concepts developed by external researchers funded by NASA. The LEARN-funded Principal Investigator’s presented their research and results to NASA, as well as to the interested aeronautics community in general.
The LEARN grants were awarded to make deliberate investments in early-stage and potentially revolutionary aviation concepts and technologies that are aligned with NASA's mission. The seminar was an opportunity for members of the aeronautics community to view the results of this research and see how these innovative concepts might complement and benefit NASA work and projects across the agency.
NASA Technical Representatives were present from ARC, AFRC, LaRC and GRC.
If you'd like, please download a PDF copy of the agenda from September 6th.
(Principal Investigators and NASA Technical Representatives listed).
Recordings from the ARMD LEARN Virtual Seminar are posted below.
|Time (PDT)||Speaker||Title||Organization||Presentation Slides||Video Recording|
|7:00-7:15am||Koushik Datta||Introduction||NASA Ames Research Center||Download PDF||Video|
|7:15-8:15am||Fanping Sun||Electro-Thermally Active Seal for Fast Response Tip Clearance Control||United Technologies Research Center||Download PDF||Video|
|8:15-9:15am||Sally Johnson||Safe Autonomy Flexible Innovation Testbed (SAFIT)||Adaptive Aerospace Group, Inc.||Download PDF||Video|
|9:15-9:45am||BREAK (30 Minutes)|
|9:45-10:45am||Scalable Multifidellity Design Optimization: Next Generation Aircraft and their Impact on the Air Transportation System||Download PDF||Video|
|10:45-11:45am||Jialai Wang||Poptube Technology, Enabling Multifunctional Hybrid Composites for Next Generation Aircrafts||University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa||Download PDF||Video|
|11:45a-12:15p||BREAK (30 Minutes)|
Versatile Experimental Autonomy Research Aircraft Technology (VEARAT)
|Nextgen Aeronautics, Inc.||Download PDF||Video|
|1:15-2:15pm||Karthikeyan Duraisamy||A Framework for Turbulence Modeling Using Big Data||University of Michigan, Ann Arbor||Download PDF||Video|
+ Past LEARN Projects.
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