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Call for Papers: SciTech 2014

Source – AIAA:

Call for Papers
Dates to Remember

Abstract Submission Open: 1 April 2013
Abstract Submission Close: 5 June 2013
Author Notification Letters Sent: 13 August 2013
Manuscript Open: 1 November 2013
Manuscript Deadline: 12 December 2013

SciTech 2014 is the single most important event for anyone involved in aerospace research and development.

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The technical program of the AIAA Science and Technology Forum and Exposition (SciTech2014) comprises the legacy AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting and all of its constituent parts; the legacy Guidance, Navigation, and Control Conference and its traditionally co-located conferences; as well as the legacy Structures, Structural Dynamics, and Materials Conference and its traditionally co-located conferences. The Forum technical program is being organized under two broad segments: Aerospace Sciences, and Aerospace Design and Structures.

This Call for Papers is organized consistent with the legacy events that now comprise the SciTech2014 Forum. Click on the links below to go directly to the Call for Papers for the Conference or technical discipline area of interest to you:

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Society and Aerospace Technology
The Society and Aerospace Technology Technical Committee examines societal benefits of aerospace technologies as well as the relationship between aerospace and society, culture, and the arts. Abstracts are solicited that address these and related issues. Areas of interest include, but are not limited to:

Astrosociology
Aerospace and Public Safety
Social Impacts of Aerospace Technology and their Spin-Offs
Influences of Aerospace Technology on Popular Culture (e.g., Artwork, Literature, Movies, Television, and Music)
Utilization of Aerospace Assets to Address Social Problems
Space Medical Technology and Medical Astrosociology
Group Dynamics and Societal Institutions in Isolated Communities (Space Settlements, Antarctica, etc.)
Discussion of Aerospace Topics and Programs from the Perspective of Disciplines such as Psychology, Social Psychology, Sociology, Anthropology, and Political Science
Sociology and Social Psychology of Aerospace Teams
United States or International Aerospace Policy-Making and its Social Consequences

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