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New Initiatives Subcommittee Report Thursday, January 6 th, 2011 New Initiatives Subcommittee Report Thursday, January 6 th, 2011

Agenda • Old Business § § § § § TC Annual Report Form Status Agenda • Old Business § § § § § TC Annual Report Form Status (Nancy Anderson) 2009 Education Workshop Closeout (Halliwell) 2010 Standards Workshop Status Closeout (Arrington/Melanson) Program Committee Updates (Brett Anderson/Tony Gross) TC/PC Health Assessment Closeout (West /Melanson) TAC/NIS Documentation and web storage (Melanson) ABET Structured Programming Project Status(Eberhardt) TC Newsletter Status and Articles Discussion (Melanson/Halliwell) Technology Survey and Recommendations (Williams) Charter update of the Society and Aerospace Technology Technical Committee (SAT TC) • New Business § SAE Space Environments Committee transition to AIAA - Charter and Proposed PC (Paul Mc. Elroy) § Cognitive Engineering and Human Performance Working Group Proposal (Amy Pritchett)

TC Annual Report Form Status (Nancy Anderson) • TC Annual Report Format in use TC Annual Report Form Status (Nancy Anderson) • TC Annual Report Format in use in Engr. & Technology Mgmt Group has been updated based upon discussions 3 Return to Agenda

TAC Newsletter status • Two Issues rolled out § Latest was December 23, 2010 TAC Newsletter status • Two Issues rolled out § Latest was December 23, 2010 • Ian Halliwell has now taken on Editor position for continued development 14

TAC Newsletter status • Need further ideas for articles and volunteers to write them TAC Newsletter status • Need further ideas for articles and volunteers to write them § TAC funds – what they are and how to use them § Update your data! (Email, interest codes) § What drives conference reg fees § Membership upgrades § Need to investigate AIAA mailing, not magnet mail (informal poll indicates widespread failure to recognize email), or alternate email from 15 Betty asking everyone to alter junk mail

NIS Technology Initiative Tony Williams, Deputy Director – SMG Member Services January 2011 -ASM NIS Technology Initiative Tony Williams, Deputy Director – SMG Member Services January 2011 -ASM

Technology Initiative ü Set aside $5 K for Space 2011 (approximately a 0. 9% Technology Initiative ü Set aside $5 K for Space 2011 (approximately a 0. 9% portion of total budget) § Solicit candidate ideas for integrating technology into tech program – Example – SLTC concept for webcasting sessions to students in Europe § Since Space is a SMG conference, this seems to be an SMG decision • Investigate providing : § Provide each TC chair with Telecon and Webex (like) accounts – Used for TC business, including regular meetings and other working activities • Define next set of actions: § Tony Williams will investigate (with Tammy Marko) cost and issues with telecon and webex-like 22 § Tony will get with YP to solicit help in charter future

Charter update of the Society and Aerospace Technology Technical Committee (SAT TC) • Charter Charter update of the Society and Aerospace Technology Technical Committee (SAT TC) • Charter update of the Society and Aerospace Technology Technical Committee (SAT TC) § Although technically a revision, the TC doesn't really have a very detailed charter that is well documented. As part of efforts to update documentation a proposed wording change was made. § Prior identified charter purpose: The AIAA Society and Aerospace Technology (SAT) Technical Committee promotes the transfer of aerospace technology and techniques to help solve critical problems in society and improve the general quality of life. § Proposed charter wording is: The AIAA Society and Aerospace Technology Technical Committee (SAT TC) focuses on (1) how aerospace technology and techniques help solve critical societal challenges and improve quality of life, and (2) understanding interactions between the aerospace enterprise and broader social and cultural trends. • No issues among TCs during review 23

Space Environmental Systems Program Committee (SESPC) – A Proposal Dr. Paul M. Mc. Elroy Space Environmental Systems Program Committee (SESPC) – A Proposal Dr. Paul M. Mc. Elroy Director, Structures & Materials Touchstone Research Laboratory, Ltd. Triadelphia, WV 26059 [email protected] com 6 January 2011

Agenda • Introduction and Background • Charter, Scope, and Objectives • Why is it Agenda • Introduction and Background • Charter, Scope, and Objectives • Why is it a PC and not a TC • Ongoing Activity Plan • Related AIAA Committees • Membership Roster • Recommendation

Background • The SAE Space Environmental Systems Committee is transitioning from SAE to AIAA Background • The SAE Space Environmental Systems Committee is transitioning from SAE to AIAA § We are an existing, vibrant committee with very significant ongoing conference efforts (ICES) and community activities § Transition effort has been underway for approximately one year – Six months of Telecon’s with NIS and Thermo Physics TC to try to establish best available means to join AIAA

What are Space Environmental Systems? • Areas of interest relate to humans living and What are Space Environmental Systems? • Areas of interest relate to humans living and working in hostile environments with applications inside or outside of terrestrial or outer space habitats or vehicles § § § § Aerospace Human Factors Environmental Control and Life-support System Technology Environmental Monitoring And Controls Planetary Protection EVA System Technology Life Sciences Planetary Habitats and Systems Thermal Control Systems Technology for Both Manned and Unmanned Vehicles

Proposed Charter - Scope The AIAA Space Environmental Systems Program Committee (AIAA SESPC) will Proposed Charter - Scope The AIAA Space Environmental Systems Program Committee (AIAA SESPC) will develop, collect, and help disseminate information of value relative to the design, manufacture, maintenance, and testing of environmental/ thermal control systems and components for aircraft, spacecraft, planetary and interplanetary missions

PC or TC? • A great deal of discussion with TAC leadership has gone PC or TC? • A great deal of discussion with TAC leadership has gone into the decision to recommend forming SES as a PC • Key rationale the PC approach: § As an SAE committee, SPACE ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS focused heavily on the systems/systems integration § Transition of broad multi-national SAE members to AIAA will be more easily facilitated by the PC model – Move of SES from SAE to AIAA is unique § SES has a strong motivation to integrate a variety of technical aspects for several TCs – Will strongly seek out broad TC participation of relevant participants

Proposed Charter - Activities • Sponsoring or co-sponsoring the yearly International Conference on Environmental Proposed Charter - Activities • Sponsoring or co-sponsoring the yearly International Conference on Environmental Systems (ICES) conference sessions and student poster competitions § 2011 effort includes short course on Space Environment and its Effects on Space Systems • The SESPC supports the concept of strategic alignment of ICES with other AIAA conferences and will work with our ICES partners and other appropriate conferences to determine potential arrangements for future conferences that are held in the United States

Proposed Charter – Activities (con’t) • Establish liaisons with other technical societies with related Proposed Charter – Activities (con’t) • Establish liaisons with other technical societies with related interests • Ensure an active membership that is representative of the Environmental Systems community • Honor technical contributors through nominations for AIAA Fellow, and recommendations for member upgrades • Bring together the appropriate technical disciplines represented within various technical committees within AIAA • Facilitate the review and publishing of Environmental Systems articles • Conduct educational and public policy outreach activities to further promote interest in Environmental Systems science and engineering

Related AIAA Organizations Groups that Support ICES Conference: • • American Institute of Aeronautics Related AIAA Organizations Groups that Support ICES Conference: • • American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) Life Sciences and Systems Technical Committee • AIAA Space Architecture Technical Committee American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AICh. E) Environmental Systems Committee American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) Crew Systems Technical Committee ICES International Committee (INT) Program Committees: • AIAA Gossamer Spacecraft PC Technical Committees: • • Thermophysics (Great Discussions Held on 5 January!) Atmospheric and Space Environments

AIAA SESPC - Membership Roster • • • • Mc. Elroy, Paul (Chairman) Adamson, AIAA SESPC - Membership Roster • • • • Mc. Elroy, Paul (Chairman) Adamson, Gary Alloca, Robert Behrens, Burkhard Birur, Gajanana Chambliss, Joe Delil, Ad Ducas, William Farmer, Jeff Gasbarre, Joseph Hall, Jack Holladay, Jon Juhasz, Al • • • • Killough. Brian Leimkuehler, Tom Mc. Barron, Jim Ousley, Wes Pin, Olivier Roman, Jose Stephan, Ryan Szigetvari, Zoltan Tan, Gijsbert Teti, Nicholas Thomas, Julian Wasson, David Winton, Dale

Recommendation • Transition From SAE committee to AIAA Program Committee § Space Environmental Systems Recommendation • Transition From SAE committee to AIAA Program Committee § Space Environmental Systems Program Committee (SESPC)

2011 Workshop Brainstorm • Membership growth and cultivation • Revitalizing conferences – ideas, brainstorming, 2011 Workshop Brainstorm • Membership growth and cultivation • Revitalizing conferences – ideas, brainstorming, procedures and norms § § § § Adding value Drawing more participants Alternate delivery methods and models Linked to membership growth… Funding conferences Exhibits developing and institutionalizing change – how do you change and institutionalize the new ideas. • Integration of national TAC and Sections and Regions and Student chapters § Ways to tie together the two areas 37

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