The aerospace industry is evolving faster than ever before.  Space systems are being developed across the world from traditional providers, new nations, new companies, and universities around the globe.  Similarly, the nature of those systems are growing as well from a wide range of missions and capabilities coupled with a corresponding diversity in the spectrum of cost and risk postures.   Aerospace engineers and managers are now challenged, more than ever, to adapt to these changes that provide test approaches and the appropriate mission assurance to these rapidly evolving space applications. 

The Aerospace Testing Seminar (ATS) was created for engineers, managers, and leaders to share their experiences, discover new methods and procedures, and learn how others are coping with designing and implementing cost effective and affordable test programs. Popular topics addressed in the seminar will include:

  • Strategies & Methodologies
  • Testing and Verification of Additively Manufactured Hardware
  • Modeling, Analysis and Simulation
  • Instrumentation, Data Acquisition and Evaluation
  • Test and People Management
  • Test Effectiveness and Standards
  • Testing Challenges for Space Human Exploration
  • Innovations in Test Facilities and Equipment

If you would like to have a paper or presentation considered for inclusion in the Seminar, submit an abstract of 200 words here: 31st ATS Abstract Submittal Form along with the following:
• Author contact information (company affiliation, e-mail address, mailing address, phone and fax number)

• Suggested session placement

The Call for Participation flyer is attached here: Call for Participation

General Questions can be directed to:


Pre-seminar Tutorials: October 22
31st Aerospace Testing Seminar:  October 22-25, 2018

  • When

  • 10/22/18 - 10/25/18
    7:00 am - 5:00 pm

  • Where

  • Renaissance Los Angeles Airport Hotel
    9620 Airport Blvd.
    Los Angeles, California 90045-5402

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