2023 AIAA AVIATION Forum Adds Prominent Speakers

2023 AIAA AVIATION Forum Adds Prominent Speakers

Reston, Va. – The American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) announced the addition of several prominent industry professionals and government officials to its 2023 AIAA AVIATION Forum, 12–16 June, San Diego. The five-day program will address the theme, “Revolutionary Leaps Toward a New Age of Aviation.”

On Tuesday, 13, June, 0800 hrs PT, Alan Weston, CEO, LTA Research and Exploration,will deliver the day’s keynote address, “Airships: A Sustainable Path to Decarbonizing Transportation and Complementing Humanitarian Aid.” Other new speakers added include:

·       Pat Anderson, CTO, VerdeGo

·       Natalya Bailey, Chief Operating Officer, Curated Innovation

·       Sean Black, Senior Vice President, Chief Technology Officer & Chief Engineer, Spirit AeroSystems

·       Kevin Bowcutt, Senior Technical Fellow and Chief Scientist of Hypersonics, The Boeing Company

·       Mina Cappuccio, Deputy Manager for University Innovation Project, NASA Ames Research Center

·       Skye Carapetyan, Aircraft Sales & Business Development – Infrastructure, BETA Technologies

·       John Deruchie, Chief – Regional Engineering, Transport Canada

·       John Katsoudas, Founder & CEO, Influent Energy

·       John Morgenstern, Head of Aerodynamics and Boom, Exosonic

·       Carie Mullins, Director of Analytics, BryceTech

·       Tony Mumford, Principal Flight Sciences Engineer, Overair

·       Khin Paing, Vice President of Program Management, Skygrid

·       Lisa Peterson, Vice President, Business Development, AURA Network Systems

·       Dan Sloat, Founder & President, Advanced Air Mobility Institute

·       Jimmy Smith, Unmanned Systems Representative, National Air Traffic Controllers Association (NATCA)

·       Jia Xu, CTO and Senior Director of Engineering, Unmanned Aerial Systems / Urban Air Mobility, Honeywell Aerospace

      Jason White, Manager Partner, Galaxy Unmanned Systems LLC

Registration for the 2023 AIAA AVIATION Forum is open. Journalists who wish to cover the forum can request a Press Pass here.

For the most up-to-date program and registration information, visit www.aiaa.org/aviation.