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Please note – On conference morning, 6.3.19, from 8 to 9 AM – Registration & Refreshments
|Dr. Amiram Appelbaum
Chief Scientist, Ministry of Economy and Industry, Israel
Chairman, Israel innovation Authority (IIA)
“Innovation Beyond the Horizon”
|The 26th Theodore von Kármán Lecture
Prof. Elaine Oran
Glenn L. Martin Institute Professor of Engineering
Department of Aerospace Engineering
University of Maryland
“The Beauty of Turbulence and Transitions in Reactive Flows“
Prof. Juan J. Alonso
|Prof. Penina Axelrad
Joseph T. Negler Professor of Aerospace Engineering Sciences
Ann and H.J. Smead Aerospace Engineering Sciences
University of Colorado Boulder
“Scientific Applications of Global Navigation Satellite Systems“
|Prof. Carlos Cesnik
Professor of Aerospace Engineering
Director, Center for Aero-Servo-Elasticity of Very Flexible Aircraft
University of Michigan
“Very Flexible Aircraft: Performance Promises and Aeroelastic Challenges“
|Mr. Opher Doron
VP & GM Space Division
Israel Aerospace Industries
“The Role of Established Space Industry in a New Space Environment“
|Dr. Susan Ying
President, International Council of Aeronautical Sciences
VP Technology Strategy and International Relations, Ampaire
“Aviation’s Third Revolution: Challenges and Opportunities“