(2021 April 17) AIAA LA LV New Space mini-Conference 2021

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00:00:00 Welcome

00:04:00 Dr. Daniel P. Raymer (Keynote Speaker, AIAA Fellow) (President, Conceptual Aircraft Design) with Mr. Jaspreet Singh (India), Mr. Aviv Levy (Israel), and Mr. Joabe Marcos de Souza (Brazil)

01:33:45 Ms. Tracy Drain (NASA JPL)

02:38:20 Ms. Tanja Schroeder (EnCorps)

02:53:23 Mr. Stephen Eisele (Keynote Speaker Afternoon) (VP, Virgin Orbit)

03:56:03 Mr. Daniel Gillies (Astrobotic)

04:24:08 Mr. Brendan L. Rosseau and Mr. Parker Saussy (Booz Allen Hamilton)

04:56:21 Ms. Eva Pettinato (Masten)

05:23:06 Mr. Steven Curtis (Nuclear Power)

06:25:05 Ms. Nicole Chase (SEDS/SAGA)

06:53:05 Mr. Conor O’Kane (Io Normal)

07:38:46 Adjourn

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(April 17, 2021) AIAA LA LV New Space mini-Conference 2021

April 17 @ 10:00 am 6:00 pm PDT

(April 17, 2021) AIAA LA LV New Space mini-Conference 2021

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AIAA LA LV New Space mini-Conference 2021

Saturday, April 17, 2021, 10 AM PDT (Add to Calendar)

Online on Zoom

Technologies to live on other planets, remote sensing, food, air, water, energy, transportation and communication for NewSpace

Event Speakers & Presentations:

“The Raymer Manned Mars Airplane:
Overview & Design Integration”
Daniel P. Raymer, PhD, AIAA Fellow
(Keynote Speaker)
President, Conceptual Research Corp
 Mr. Jaspreet Singh
Lead Designer, Tata Motors Ltd (India)
  Mr. Aviv Levy
President, Aviv Innovations (Israel)
Mr. Joabe Marcos de Souza
Graduate Student, University of São Paulo (Brazil)
Department of Aeronautical Engineering
“Virgin Orbit and New Space !”
Mr. Stephen Eisele
(Keynote Speaker, Afternoon Session)
Vice President at Virgin Orbit
“Exploring the Jupiter system with Juno and Europa Clipper”
Ms. Tracy Drain
Systems Engineer. NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory
“EnCorps and STEM Teachers Program”
Ms. Tanja Schroeder
Southern California Recruitment Coordinator for EnCorps STEM Teachers Program
“Young professionals are a vital part of the space industry”
Ms. Nicole Chase
Anatomic Pathology Data Analyst for The Mayo Clinic,
Director of Projects of SEDS-USA,
an Emergency Room medical scribe
“Rovers and Landers and Space Tech, oh my!”
with a possible virtual site tour
(Speaker(s) from Astrobotic)
Astrobotic Inc.
“Moon 2030: Unlocking the lunar ecosystem”
Ms. Eva Pettinato
Guidance, Navigation, and Control Lead for Masten’s XL-1 Lunar Lander
Masten Space Systems
“The History of Space Nuclear Power with an Eye to the Future”
Mr. Steven P. Curtis, MHP
Former President, Health Physics Society & American Nuclear Society
Nuclear technical team leader for Nuclear Emergency Support Team (NEST) and Radiological Consequence Management Teams associated with the Federal Radiological Management and Assessment (FRMAC)
“Artificial Intelligence in Space Systems and Systems of Systems”
Mr. Brendan L. Rosseau and Mr. Parker Saussy
Booz Allen Hamilton
“Mars Flight VR, a virtual reality simulation of the Ingenuity helicopter on Mars”
“How can VR & gaming technology help in Aeronautics and Astronautics?”
Mr. Conor O’Kane
Director, Io Normal
Games | Simulation | VR

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(March 6, 2021) AIAA LA-LV University Student Branches mini-Conference 2021

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Tentative Agenda (All Time PST (Pacific Standard Time)

10:10 AM PST: Mr. J. Philip Barnes (Pelican Aero Group) Professional Session 1
10:55 AM PST: UCLA Student Branch
11:10 AM PST: CSULB Student Branch
11:25 AM PST: UNLV Student Branch
11:40 AM PST: USC Student Branch
11:55 AM PST: Dr. Nahum Melamed (Aerospace Corp.) Professional Session 2
12:25 PM PST: Mr. Bill Kelly (Aerojet-Rocketdyne Retired) Professional Session 3
12:55 PM PST: Mr. Jyot Bawa (L.A. Gauge, President)
01:30 PM PST: Career Panel Discussion and further Q&A
02:30 PM PST: Breakout meeting 1-1 or 1-few with the speakers/panelists
(Panelists: Prof. Claire Leon, Mr. J. Philip Barnes, Dr. Nahum Melamed, Mr. Bill Kelly, Mr. Sina Aboutorabi, Atty. Jennifer Perdigao, Mr. Jyot Bawa)
03:30 PM PST: Adjourn (and networking if preferred)

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AIAA LA LV March 6 University Student Branches mini-Conference 2021

AIAA LA-LV Universty Student Branches mini-Conference 2021

March 6 @ 10:00 am 3:30 pm PST

(March 6, 2021) (New! Breakout Session added to meet with individual speakers/panelists) (New Panelist Added!) AIAA LA-LV University S

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Saturday, March 6, 2021, 10 AM PST (Add to Calendar)

AIAA LA-LV University Student Branches mini-Conference 2021

Please join us and care about / support the rising stars of American aerospace! Also share your experiences with them. Students will present / talk about their projects and life in their pursuit of their career. The career panel and other sessions will offer professional inspirations and guidance as well. (Exhibitors are welcome.) (Please see below and more in the RSVP & Information Page for more information. Thanks!)


Tentative Agenda (All Time PST (Pacific Standard Time)

(Any adjustment, or brief introduction for exhibitors (if any), will be updated.

10:05 AM PST: Welcome

10:10 AM PST: Mr. J. Philip Barnes (Pelican Aero Group) Professional Session 1

10:55 AM PST: University Student Branches Group and Individual talks Session 1

11:55 AM PST: Dr. Nahum Melamed (Aerospace Corp.) Professional Session 2

12:25 PM PST: Mr. Bill Kelly (Aerojet-Rocketdyne Retired) Professional Session 3

12:55 PM PST: University Student Branches Group and Individual talks Session 2

01:30 PM PST: Career Panel Discussion and further Q&A

02:30 PM PST: Breakout meeting 1-1 or 1-few with the speakers/panelists

(Panelists: Prof. Claire Leon, Mr. J. Philip Barnes, Dr. Nahum Melamed, Mr. Bill Kelly, Sina Aboutorabi) (More TBD)

03:30 PM PST: Adjourn (and networking if preferred)

Aircraft Energy Gain From an Atmosphere in Motion

What does a regenerative-electric aircraft have in common with the wandering albatross? Join J. Philip Barnes, Senior Technical Fellow of Pelican Aero Group and 40-year veteran of air-vehicle and subsystems performance analysis at Northrop Grumman, for technical explanations and simulations showing how both extract energy from vertical or horizontal winds to augment or sustain continuous flight expending almost no energy.


Mr. J. Philip Barnes

Senior Technical Fellow, Pelican Aero Group

With an MSAE from Cal Poly Pomona and BSME from the University of Arizona, Phil has authored AIAA, SAE, AAS, and ASME papers on diverse topics including electric flight, aerodynamics, propellers, and the mechanics of gears, Keplerian orbits, and dynamic-soaring flight. Recently named Cal Poly Aero Engineering Alum of the Year, where he presented Learning From the Birds to graduates, families, and faculty, Phil has given several invited, travel-paid lectures at universities including USC, OSU, UIUC, and Univ. of Dayton. Phil frequently mentors engineering students with their capstone projects, and the fruits of such collaboration often appear in his technical papers and presentations.

Introduction and NEOs Deflection App brief demo


Dr. Nahum Melamed

AIAA Distinguished Lecturer

Project Leader

The Aerospace Corporation

Dr. Nahum Melamed is a project leader at The Aerospace Corporation since 2003. He received BS and MS in Aerospace Engineering from the Technion, Israel, and PhD in Aerospace Engineering from Georgia Tech. His expertise include Orbital Mechanics and Optimal Guidance. His key activities include Planetary Defense from Near Earth Objects, Space Debris Mitigation and Flight SW Validation.

He leads a collaboration with NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) developing a physics based web NEO Deflection App, or NDA, to design NEO deflection missions and gain insights on the challenges involved. This includes descriptions and tutorials that are necessary to interpret the data, supports planetary defense conferences, workshops and exercises, and is available online https://cneos.jpl.nasa.gov/nda/. Dr. Melamed serves on planetary defense conferences and planetary defense exercises organizing committees, gives talks at these venues, and instructs a planetary defense class at Aerospace.

Resumes and Interviews In Aerospace

Mr. Bill Kelly

Aerojet-Rocketdyne Retired

Bill Kelly is a Senior Member of AIAA recently retired from the Aerojet Rocketdyne Corporation after 19 years of service plus 26 more years at other aerospace (Marquardt, Vacco Industries, etc.) and power industry (Babcock and Wilcox) companies . He was recently elected Treasurer of the Los Angeles-Las Vegas Section of AIAA. His experience at Babcock and Wilcox includes system design and start-up testing of large steam boilers and nuclear reactors (Three Mile Island, etc.). His experience at Marquardt includes small rocket engine and ramjet testing (NASP, etc.) and naval weapons systems development. His experience at Aerojet Rocketdyne includes large rocket engine system engineering, assembly and testing (RS-84, J-2X, RS-25, etc.) and system engineering for the MMRTG (Multi Mission Radioisotope Thermoelectric Generator). He holds a BSME from New York University, a MSNE from the University of Virginia and a post-graduate certificate in Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering from UCLA.lks at these venues, and instructs a planetary defense class at Aerospace.



Experienced electrical engineer, communications engineer, and astronautical engineer with a demonstrated 12 years history of working, teaching, and learning in the interdisciplinary areas of electrical engineering, communication systems, telecommunications, and aerospace engineering. Skilled in astronautics, spacecraft systems, deep space communications coding, digital space communications, algebraic coding, satellite communications, wireless communications, mobile communications, radar signal processing, RF systems, antenna, and microwave engineering. Sina has been part-time teaching faculty at CSUN Department of Electrical Engineering.


Dr. Claire Leon started her career at Hughes, Space and Communications Group in 1979. She gained experience across the company, through positions of increasing responsibility in Systems Engineering and Program Management.

She was promoted to Vice President of Navigation and Communications Systems within Boeing, in 2008, responsible for the AF satellite programs, as well as a number of classified programs. She transitioned to VP of National programs later in 2008, where she led the program turn around for a critical ACAT I program on the customer Contractor Responsibility Watch List (CRWL) that became a high performing program, delivered outstanding operational capability. She also transitioned the National Space and Communications Programs (NSCP) from a cost-plus to fixed price in response to customer affordability concerns. She retired from Boeing, in 2013, as the Vice President of National Programs.

Dr. Leon became a member of the Senior Executive Service in the Air Force, as the Director of the Launch Enterprise Directorate, at the LA Air Force Base, California, in 2014. She was responsible buying and launching rockets for the DoD, as well as leading the transition to the next generation of launch systems.

She is currently running the Graduate Program in Systems Engineering at Loyola Marymount University, as well as consulting for SAIC and Inside Out Learning.

Her education background includes: Ph.D. Executive Management, Drucker School of Business, CGU, Claremont, Ca, 2010, Masters of Business Administration, UCLA, Los Angeles, Ca, 1995, Masters of Management, University of Redlands, Redlands, Ca, 1986, BS, Mechanical Engineering, George Washington University, Washington D.C., 1979

Description of Dr. Claire Leon’s Consulting Services

Perform management consulting for Inside Out Learning, and SAIC, and possibly additional technical management companies. Tasks include executive presentation support, coaching, strategic planning, feedback on management approach for resolving challenging problems, as well as support to independent program review teams.

*AIAA California State University, Long Beach (CSULB) Branch

The CSULB student branch creates networking events, invites guest speakers to their campus, promotes aerospace engineering to the younger generation, and has 3 exciting projects (Beach Launch Team, Design, Build, Fly, and Long Beach Rocketry) for their members to take part in.

*AIAA University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) Branch

AIAA at UCLA is a professional organization that connects students, industry representatives, and academics dedicated to the advancement of aeronautics and astronautics. Throughout the school year, our chapter collaborates with various aerospace companies to provide events that facilitate networking and promote professional development skills for our members. In addition to these opportunities, the backbone of our organization are the three student projects: Design/Build/Fly (DBF), the Rocket Project at UCLA (URP), and Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS). These projects expand the educational experience of AIAA members, allowing them to apply the concepts they learn in the classroom to real engineering missions, and problems.

*AIAA University of Southern California (USC) Branch

At the University of Southern California, AIAA serves as an interface between students and the professional aerospace community by hosting lectures, industry networking events, and career information sessions. Furthermore, our branch helps students learn about aerospace research underway at USC campus and supports submission to AIAA design competitions like this year’s Hybrid-Electric General Aviation Aircraft (HEGAA) competition.

*AIAA University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) Branch

The University of Nevada, Las Vegas student branch serves the purpose of facilitating the implementation of aerospace related projects and research at UNLV and promoting the importance of aerospace among the student body. Students participate in radio controlled airplane and rocketry projects and competitions such as CanSat and 3D Printed Aircraft Competition, supplementing their education with hands-on experience. UNLV AIAA also participates in local, regional, and national events and conferences that allow students to meet and network with other students, industry professionals, and aerospace companies.

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AIAA LA-LV Sustainable Aviation mini-Conference 2021

February 27 @ 10:00 am 2:30 pm PST

“Current Topics in Sustainable Aviation, including Biofuels/Sustainable Aviation Fuels, Hydrogen, and Electric Aircraft”

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Sustainable Aviation mini-Conference 2021


Saturday, February 27, 2021, 10 AM PST

an AIAA LA-LV online event on Zoom

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“Current Topics in Sustainable Aviation, including Biofuels/Sustainable Aviation Fuels, Hydrogen, and Electric Aircraft”



Tentative Agenda (All Time PST, Pacific Standard Time, US and Canada)

10:05 AM PST: Dr. Marty Bradley (Opening / Welcome)

10:10 AM PST: Dr. Marty Bradley (Keynote Speech – Introduction to Sustainable Aviation)

11:20 AM PST: Mr. Steve Csonka (Biofuel/Sustainable Aviation Fuels)

11:50 AM PST: Dr. Bruce J. Holmes (Hydrogen for Aeronautical Powertrains)

12:20 PM PST: Intermission

12:30 PM PST: Mr. Val Miftakhov (Making Aviation Sustainable: A 100-seat Zero-Emission Jet by 2030)

01:00 PM PST: Mr. Ed Lovelace (Electrified Aircraft for Regional Air Mobility Today)

01:30 PM PST: Panel Discussion (Moderator: Dr. Marty Bradley)

02:30 PM PST: Adjourn


Dr. Marty K. Bradley, AIAA Fellow

Keynote Speaker and Moderator / Panelist

Senior Technical Fellow, Electra.aero

Technical Fellow for The Boeing Company (ret.)


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Keynote Speech – Introduction to Sustainable Aviation

Dr. Marty Bradley is a AIAA Fellow and recently retired Technical Fellow for The Boeing Company. He has 37 years of aerospace experience and is now a consultant and instructor focused on sustainable aviation. His principal client is Electra.aero where he has the position of Senior Technical Fellow.


Marty has led projects related to electric and hybrid electric aircraft, advanced concepts and technologies, propulsion integration for advanced technologies, and aviation environmental life cycle analysis. He has broad experience in a wide variety of applications including subsonic and supersonic aircraft, high-speed missiles, hypersonic cruise vehicles, and air breathing space access vehicles. He was the Principal Investigator for the NASA-funded SUGAR study looking at advanced technologies for future commercial aircraft and has been working on electrified aircraft for 13 years.


He has a B.S., M.S., & Ph.D. from the University of Southern California and teaches the capstone Aircraft Design course. He teaches AIAA short courses in Sustainable Aviation and Design of Electrified Aircraft.


Dr. Bruce J. Holmes, D.E., AIAA Fellow

Speaker / Panelist

RAeS Fellow

Chief Technology Officer, Alakai Technologies Corporation


Hydrogen for Aeronautical Powertrains


Bruce is a five-decade veteran of aviation operations, research and development, aircraft development, and disruptive innovation in his field. His background includes industry and government roles in research, operations, and executive leadership, working at NASA, in the commercial on-demand air carrier world, with aviation software startups, on the U.S. NextGen founding team, and most recently on an electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) air vehicle.


In addition to his role as CTO for Alaka’i Technologies launching the first hydrogen fuel-cell-powered electric air mobility vehicle, he is a senior advisor to SmartSky Networks, supporting the launch of a unique 4G LTE aviation connectivity solution and apps development platform, contributing to the Internet of Things that Fly. He serves on special groups for the National Academy of Science, Engineering, and Medicine, the FAA Administrator’s Research, Engineering, and Development Advisory Committee – NAS Operations Subcommittee (REDAC), as well as on corporate Boards. He has published over one hundred technical papers, received seven patents in aeronautics, been honored with numerous NASA medals and professional society awards, including the FAA Wright Brothers Master Pilot Award, recognizing 50 years of safe flying. He is a Fellow of the AIAA and the Royal Aeronautical Establishment. He is an active pilot and thrilled owner of an ICON A5 amphibian aircraft.


Mr. Steve Csonka
Speaker / Panelist
President, Csonka Aviation Consultancy, LLC
Executive Director, CAAFI (Commercial Aviation Alternative Fuels Initiative)

Biofuel/Sustainable Aviation Fuels

Steve Csonka is an ardent advocate for the aviation industry who seeks pragmatic solutions to the challenges of aviation growth. Built upon strong technical experience that spanned the breadth of the commercial aircraft/engine life-cycle, Steve’s capabilities and initiative have led to his various engagements in business development and long-term, strategic planning for the aviation enterprise over the past fifteen years. Such work has focused on the nexus of future product requirements, technology progression, and industry value propositions, including aspects of policy, advocacy, regulatory affairs, and environmental impact.

Steve’s overall industry engagement led to his current role as Executive Director of CAAFI (the Commercial Aviation Alternative Fuels Initiative, www.caafi.org) where he leads this Public-Private Partnership working toward the development and commercialization of sustainable alternative jet fuels (SAJF). He has been in this role since 2012, directing the CAAFI efforts of its 1200+ members and 500+ organizations who share the industry vision of enabling the decoupling of net carbon growth from expected sectoral growth. CAAFI engagement occurs through several work teams and public-private initiatives, and it seeks to be a force multiplier for a wide range of efforts required to achieve significant uptake of low net-carbon SAJF.

Steve is a commercial aviation professional with 35 years of broad, strategic airline and aviation OEM experience (GE Aircraft Engines, American Airlines, GE Aviation, and CAAFI). He holds BS and MS degrees in Aerospace Engineering. He has served in leadership, steering committee, and BOD roles with multiple aviation industry organizations (AIA, ICCAIA, IATA, GAMA, ICAO/CAEP, ATAG, Carbon War Room) in areas of technology and environmental progression. His CAAFI role has also led to appointments to advisory/leadership roles with the USDA/DOE BRDB TAC, the USDA/DOT/DOE/Industry Farm-to-Fly 2.0 initiative, USDA/NIFA/AFRI CAP projects, and study committee work of the National Research Council.


Mr. Val Miftakhov

Speaker / Panelist

Founder & CEO, ZeroAvia


Making Aviation Sustainable: A 100-seat Zero-Emission Jet by 2030: Val will address the scope of carbon emissions generated by today’s aviation sector and the challenges the industry faces in reducing emissions with existing solutions. He’ll then discuss the emerging trend of aviation electrification and specifically cover ZeroAvia’s breakthrough hydrogen-electric powertrain technology for commercial aircrafts now backed by Bill Gates’ Breakthrough Energy Ventures, the Amazon Climate Pledge Fund, Shell Ventures, and other notable investors who see this as the most economical, near-term solution for zero-emission flight. Most importantly, Val will convey how innovations like ZeroAvia’s will impact the aviation industry, what current major airline partners like British Airways are trying to achieve when it comes to their sustainability goals, and when we can all expect to see large-scale, decarbonised commercial jets in our skies.


Val Miftakhov is a Founder & CEO of ZeroAvia, Inc, a California company developing the World’s first practical zero emission aviation powertrain. Val is a serial entrepreneur in EV space – his previous company eMotorWerks has developed the World’s leading platform for EV battery aggregation to provide grid services, and was acquired in 2017. Prior to that, Val held a number of senior business and product positions at Google and McKinsey & Company, and was a nuclear researcher at Stanford Linear Accelerator. Val holds a Ph.D. in Physics from Princeton University, Masters in Physics from Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, and was a two-time winner of Russian Nationwide Physics competitions. In his spare time, Val makes good use of his airplane and helicopter pilot licenses.



Mr. Ed Lovelace

Speaker / Panelist

Chief Technology Officer, Ampaire

Electrified Aircraft for Regional Air Mobility Today


Ed Lovelace, as CTO at Ampaire, leads the technology and certification roadmap and strategy for Ampaire’s electrified aircraft programs and future mobility vehicle portfolio. Key technology areas include gas powerplants, electric machinery, power conversion and distribution, and energy storage systems for hybrid and full electric powertrains. Ed has 30+ years of new product development and commercialization experience including CTO and VP/Director of Engineering at several startups focused on electrified powertrain commercial trucks and buses (XL Fleet), hydrokinetic renewable power generation (Free Flow Power), and electric power conversion technology for sea/land/air mobility (SatCon Technology) as well as leading electrification technology at Aurora Flight Sciences, A Boeing Company, as a Technical Fellow, and aircraft engine controls development with GE Aviation. Dr Lovelace is a U.S. DOT Eisenhower Fellow in transportation research with degrees in Mechanical and Electrical Engineering from MIT, and is Vice-Chair of the SAE E-40 Electrified Propulsion Aircraft standards committee.


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