DCASS Sponsors

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The symposium relies on corporate sponsors for financial support that helps to keep registration costs low and to help us recognize the award winners. The section currently offers three levels of participation, platinum ($1000), gold ($500), and silver ($250). If interested in becoming a corporate sponsor, please contact Sivaram Gogenini.

Organizing committee

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The Organizing Committee chairs for the 36th Dayton-Cincinnati Aerospace Sciences Symposium are shown below. There are volunteer opportunities for DCASS; if interested, please contact the General Chair.

Brian Binnie

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Test pilot for Burt Rutan’s award winning SpaceShipOne, Brian flew the first and the last powered flights of the vehicle. In the process he opened up the vehicle’s envelope to supersonic flight, beat the long standing altitude record of the X-15 and clenched the $10M Ansari X-Prize.

DCASS 2011 Sponsor Logos

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Sponsor logos for the 36th Dayton-Cincinnati Aerospace Sciences Symposium.

Mars Society Convention

  • 8:00 AM on the 5th of August, 2010
  • 6:00 PM on the 8th of August, 2010
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The Mars Society was founded in 1998 to further the exploration and settlement of the Red Planet. The International Mars Society convention presents a unique opportunity for those interested in Mars to come together and discuss the technology, science, social implications, philosophy and a multitude of other aspects of Mars exploration.

By special arrangement members of the Dayton-Cincinnati section of the AIAA can register for the convention at the same reduced rates as Mars Society members. The reduced rates are as follows:

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