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Brian Freno Jun 20
I've been in Dallas this week for , where I'll present some of our recent code-verification work on Friday.
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Ahmad Naseeh Ibrahim Jun 25
We have a bit of a crowd gathered to see the mighty Antonov AN-124 depart.
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Danielle Deane Jun 18
Who’s going to win? Come Launch into AIAA Membership at the HUB in 15 minutes.
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Ben Brelje Jun 19
There’s just no public policy justification for giving commercial supersonic any kind of a pass on noise or fuel economy standards vs. subsonic. If there’s going to be an effective public subsidy there needs to be a demonstrated public benefit.
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AJ Piplica Jun 17
Headed to Dallas for this week!
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Jordan Smart Jun 16
Flutter analysis experts spotted discussing using the tornado outside to validate models at
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Hannah Godofsky 💃🏼 Jun 21
One thing that has impressed me about a few speakers at Forum - whether it's been James Hansen, the historian, or Phillipe Spalart, the turbulence expert - they're not shy about their failures or the things they think didn't go well. They don't take it personally.
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Simon Bouriat Jun 20
Last day for us at the ! Awesome talks, awesome people. Another experience that makes me want to start a PhD ! Thanks for the incredible opportunity to come here.
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Carlo Scalo Jun 17
Excited to be giving an invited talk at on my work in Large-Eddy Simulation of high-Reynolds-number vortex dynamics. Special thanks to the Army Research Office for their generous support via the Young Investigator Program.
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Ben Brelje Jun 18
I’m presenting on optimizing the wing of an electric aircraft in the Milan room at 11am! Come for the math, stay for the pretty pictures!
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Dr Mark Jabbal Jun 16
Aerospace Twitter heaven this week
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Merrie Scott Jun 18
Some of us trying to stay fit at
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Titus🇧🇸 🌊™ Jun 21
"It's hard to believe it's already the last day of AIAA Aviation Forum" This was nice lol
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Carolyn Woeber Jun 19
Pictured is the roof of the Hilton Sheraton (from my current perspective) at . Meshing people, what cell types do you see?
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All Wheels Up ♿✈ Jun 21
forum attending shaping the future of flight
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Lockheed Martin Skunk Works Recruiter Jun 20
It was great to meet you all ! Goodbye until next time!
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Giuseppe Cataldo Jun 20
, your passion, motivation and hard work will take you very far. It only makes me happy to see how much the whole and experiences are helping you shape your future. Ad astra! 🚀✨
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Tecplot Jun 20
Stop by to hear Dr. Scott Imlay present his paper “In-Situ Visualization of 10-Billion Cell Transient Data via Subzone Writing” at AIAA Aviation today, June 20th. Session: MVCE-04, Geometry and Visualization (11:00 AM – 11:30 PM)
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Hiroaki Nishikawa Jun 20
This time, a web browser in the presentation laptop was quite useful. I searched something in Google, and looked at the images with the audience. I may do this again in the future.
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Christopher Combs Jun 19
Technical difficulties at so we’re acting out PowerPoint slides. Have to give a ton of credit to Yibin Zhang for taking it in stride and delivering a pretty memorable talk. Absolute pro.
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