JANNAF May 2016 Meeting Invitation & Preliminary Program | Joint Army Navy NASA Air Force

JANNAF May 2016 Meeting Invitation & Preliminary Program

Please join us at the Newport News Marriott at City Center Hotel, 16-19 May 2016 to participate in the 
Joint Army-Navy-NASA-Air Force (JANNAF)
63rd JANNAF Propulsion Meeting / 
Programmatic and Industrial Base Meeting /
47th Combustion / 
35th Airbreathing Propulsion / 
35th Exhaust Plume and Signatures / 
29th Propulsion Systems Hazards 
Joint Subcommittee Meeting
The Program Includes: 
    • 42 technical sessions with over 200 papers
    • 7 workshops and specialist sessions
    • 15 panel, town hall and working group meetings 
    • optional tour of selected sites at NASA Langley Research Center (see p. 10 in Meeting Invitation or Preliminary Program)
and more over 4 days
Click here to review the Meeting Invitation. This document provides general information about the meeting, meeting location, and a detailed daily schedule of technical and specialist sessions, workshops, meetings, networking activities, and more, being held during the four days of the meeting.
To view the Preliminary Program, which includes detailed session agendas, in addition to the Meeting Invitation (as described above), you must have a JANNAF Secure Portal Account. Click on the link (Preliminary Program) to login or to create an account if you do not have one. When creating an account, please allow sufficient time for this process as it may take several days to complete. 
IMPORTANT: Please review the following BEFORE creating a JANNAF Secure Portal Account and/or registering for the meeting: 
Attention DoD 
An approval package to certify the May 2016 JANNAF Meeting as a “government approved” conference has been submitted by Mr. Stuart Blashill, Chair of the JANNAF Executive Committee from the Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division in China Lake, CA.
DoD approval of conferences takes several months and judging from past meetings, may not be received until just prior to the start of the May meeting. Interested DoD attendees are strongly encouraged to obtain a JANNAF Secure Portal account now and register for the meeting. This step does not require travel or training office authorization since it does not include a financial committment. Payment of the registration fee may be completed as soon as permitted.
In addition, DoD employees must follow specific travel guidelines/restrictions as posted on the meeting website, with respect to which of the area airports should be used, as well as restrictions regarding use of personal vehicles or rental cars. 
Reasons to Attend: 
  • Network with fellow professionals, including DoD/NASA program managers and decision-makers in the propulsion industry 
  • Learn more about current research and development activities in your area of expertise
  • Develop new business opportunities
  • Future employment networking opportunities for student attendees at a discounted registration fee 
Registration and Hotel Reservations
Registration is now open for the May 2016 meeting. For registration information and links, please visit the Registration Page of the May meeting website. The first step of registration for the meeting DOES require a JANNAF Secure Portal account; however, please be aware that Registration payment is a secondary step that does NOT require a portal account. 
The Newport News Marriott at City Center is now accepting reservations in both of the JANNAF discounted room blocks. For more information and reservation links, go to the Hotel Page of the May meeting website.
General information about the May meeting can be found at https://www.jannaf.org/mtgs/May2016/pages/index.html.
Questions about creating a JANNAF Secure Portal account should be addressed to info@erg.jhu.edu or call (410) 992-7300.
Please contact Shelley Cohen, JANNAF Meeting Manager, with any meeting-related questions you may have: (410) 992-7302, x215 or scohen@erg.jhu.edu.
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