FAA JAMS 2006 Technical Review Meeting
Date: June 20–22, 2006 Host: The Center of Excellence for Advanced Materials in Transport Aircraft Structures (AMTAS) Location: University of Washington campus,
220 Kane Hall; Seattle, WA
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Research Project Summaries (2.6 MB pdf)
Project Summary & Presentation Instructions
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REGISTRATION DEADLINE: Monday, June 5, 2006
The Center of Excellence for Advanced Materials in Transport Aircraft Structures (AMTAS) is hosting the FAA Joint Advanced Materials and Structures (JAMS) Center of Excellence 2006 Technical Meeting.
This meeting will be the second annual technical peer review of the research in progress for JAMS. The purpose of this meeting is to showcase the JAMS research in composites, advanced structures and crashworthiness.
Attendees will be provided with background information on the research tasks prior to the meeting. The technical review will consist of presentations from the Principal Investigators in AMTAS and the Center of Excellence for Composites and Advanced Materials (CECAM), the two groups which make up JAMS and the FAA Materials and Structures Branch.
Professionals from the aviation community will also be presenting. This review will help JAMS and the FAA focus their research efforts appropriately to the needs of the aviation industry.
The objectives of this technical review are to:
- Review the research of the JAMS Center of Excellence and FAA Materials and Structures in composites, advanced structures and crashworthiness.
- Access current industry practice and compare that to the current research areas.
- Recommend additional research activities.
If you cannot attend this technical review, please arrange for an associate to participate. The FAA and JAMS (AMTAS and CECAM) are excited to gain your perspective on these subjects. We encourage you to forward this invitation to others in your organization and other colleagues that you know are active in the role of advanced material applications. Space is limited so please reply promptly.
The meeting has been planned to minimize the time away from your other activities. We will begin in the afternoon on Tuesday, June 20, 2006 to allow you to travel to the technical review that morning. The technical review will conclude at noon on Thursday, June 22, 2006.
The technical review is being held at the University of Washington campus in Seattle. Further details on location, individual presentations and directions will be provided after you register.
We look forward to seeing you!