10–12 July 2017
Hyatt Regency Atlanta, Atlanta, Georgia

53rd AIAA/SAE/ASEE Joint Propulsion Conference


The Joint Propulsion Conference focuses on identifying and highlighting how innovative aerospace propulsion technologies powering both new and evolving systems are being designed, tested, and flown. Flight applications include next generation commercial aircraft, regional, and business jets, military applications, supersonic/hypersonic high speed propulsion applications, commercial and government-sponsored launch systems, and orbital insertion, satellite, and interstellar propulsion. Special panel sessions to be announced will focus on advanced system applications that can be used to showcase propulsion systems and components, and the technologies that enable them.

Supported by:

Aerospace Power Systems Technical Committee
Air Breathing Propulsion Systems Integration Technical Committee
Electric Propulsion Technical Committee
Energetic Components and Systems Technical Committee
Gas Turbine Engines Technical Committee
High Speed Air Breathing Propulsion Technical Committee
Green Engineering Program Committee
Hybrid Rockets Technical Committee
Liquid Propulsion Technical Committee
Nuclear and Future Flight Propulsion Technical Committee
Pressure Gain Combustion Program Committee

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