Program

To view the online program, please click here.
To view the final program in PDF format, please click here.

* You may wish to use the My Program feature (once the program has been finalized), which allows you to create your personal program by already choosing the lectures you wish to attend, saving them online, printing or exporting your choices as an iCalendar.

The final program, in PDF format, will be available later this month.

Please note – On conference morning, 15.3.17, from 8 to 9 AM – Registration & Refreshments

KEYNOTE SPEAKER

Photo of Prof. Martin Sweeting

 


Prof. Sir Martin Sweeting
FRS FREng
Executive Chairman, SSTL & Chairman
Surrey Space Centre
“Small Satellites: changing the economics of space – or fad?”

 

THE von KARMAN LECTURE

Photo of Prof. Edward Greitzer

 


Prof. Edward M. Greitzer

H. N. Slater Professor of Aeronautics and Astronautics,
Gas Turbine Laboratory, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Subsonic Civil Transport Aircraft for a 2035 Time Frame: An Industry-NASA-University Collaborative Enterprise”


PLENARY LECTURES

Prof. Emeritus Alon Gany, Technion

 


Prof. Emeritus Alon Gany
Professor of Aerospace Engineering
Faculty of Aerospace Engineering, Techion – Israel Institute of Technology
“From a Ramjet to an Afterburner in Marine Two-Phase Jet Propulsion”

Photo of Prof. Ephraim (Effie) Gutmark

 


Prof.
Ephraim (Effie) Gutmark, PhD, DSc
Distinguished Professor of Aerospace Engineering
Department of Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Mechanics, University of Cincinnati
Rotating Detonation – The future of propulsion 

Daniele-Mortari-headshot

 


Prof.
Daniele Mortari
Professor of Aerospace Engineering
Department of Aerospace Engineering, Texas A&M University
From Art to Science: The Satellite Constellation Design Evolution

Photo of Prof. Yossi Leshem

 


Prof.
 Emeritus Yossi Leshem
Department of Zoology, Faculty of Life Sciences, Tel Aviv University
Director, International Center for the Study of Bird Migration, SPNI
Migrating Birds Know No Boundaries; The Israeli Air Force as a Test Case


INTERNATIONALLY RECOGNIZED STUDENT PROJECTS

Technion's AUVSI 2016 team

 


Technion

Students from the faculties of Aerospace and Electrical Engineering
4th place (out of 46)
Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI) 2016 SUAS (Student UAS) Competition, June 2016, Maryland, USA
“Development of an Autonomous Unmanned Aerial System for AUVSI SUAS Competition”

DBF Team members from TAU 2016

 

 


Tel Aviv University

Students from the School of Mechanical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering
17th place (out of 80)
2016 AIAA/Cessna/Raytheon Design/Build/Fly Competition, April 2016, Kansas, USA
“DBF 2016 – JONAH & LEVIATHAN: Students UAV Design Project” 

 


General Information

Conference Language: English
Venue: March 15, 2017     Dan Panorama Hotel, Tel Aviv
Venue: March 16, 2017     Faculty of Aerospace Engineering, Technion,   Technion-I.I.T., Haifa