OCTOBER 17-19, 2017 WICHITA, KANSAS
The third edition of the Aerospace Structural Impact Dynamics International Conference will take place in Wichita, Kansas, October 17-19, 2017. We encourage you (and your colleagues) to participate in this unique, global event.
LATEST NEWS & UPDATES:
Looking ahead to the fourth edition of ASIDIC this time in Madrid, Spain.
ASIDIC 2017 HIGHLIGHTS:
The conference in Wichita turned out to be a very productive gathering opportunity for the crashworthiness community. Find out more:
ASIDIC 2017 IN PICTURES:
ASIDIC 2017 was a great success. The conference image chronicle includes great highlights from the event:
WHO IS ATTENDING ASIDIC 2017?
Here are Some of the Countries, Companies, Academic and Research Institutions Represented in this Year’s ASIDI Conference:
ASIDIC 2017 WORKSHOPS I AND II:
Program details for Workshops I and II can be seen here:
SPECIAL EVENT WORKSHOP: MONDAY, OCT. 16th, 2017:
Our friends at BETA CAE Systems USA, Inc, are sponsoring a full-day workshop free of charge to our ASIDIC 2017 community. We invite you to take advantage of this unique opportunity.
ASIDIC 2017 SCHEDULE AND LOCATIONS:
Visit our new Schedule and Locations Page for information on this year’s conference venues, times, etc.
ASIDIC 2017 SPECIAL KEYNOTE LECTURE: Oct. 17th.:
Wim Doeland Senior Structures Expert for Large (CS-25/Part 25) Aeroplanes for the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), will be giving a special keynote lecture “Crashworthiness & Impact Dynamics: Analysis Supported by Test”
ASIDIC 2017 TECHNICAL PROGRAM:
The Conference Technical Program is now available online. We wish to thank all authors for their efforts and their willingness to share their research with our community.
SAE G-28 SIMULANTS FOR IMPACT AND INGESTION
TESTING COMMITTEE MEETING AT ASIDIC 2017:
The SAE G-28 Simulants for Impact and Ingestion Testing Committee will meet October 19-20, 2017 in Wichita, Kansas, in coordination with ASIDIC 2017 at the National Center for Aviation Training (NCAT).
ASIDIC 2017 KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Oct. 18th.:
Dr. Michel Mahé, Senior Expert for Dynamic Analysis at Airbus, will be our Keynote Speaker with the lecture “Dynamic Multiphysics Simulation Supporting Accident Root Cause Identification”. A Fascinating lecture on the Concorde accident of July 25, 2000.
ASIDIC 2017 KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Oct. 17th.:
Joseph Pellettiere, PhD
Chief Scientific and Technical Advisor – Crash Dynamics, FAA Aviation Safety
WICHITA’S AVIATION HERITAGE
Wichita is proudly bound to aircraft and the modern aviation industry. Wichita has produced more airplanes than any other city on earth, hence it has been graced with the title of “the Air Capital of the World” since the 1930’s. But what led this city on this unusual path? Find out more about Wichita’s aviation history and the people who made it all happen.
WICHITA AT A GLANCE
Wichita, Kansas is proud to host the third edition of ASIDIC. Find out what makes this city a unique and fascinating enclave in the American Midwest. From trading post to All American City, the ICT has a great story to tell.
ASIDIC 2017 REGISTRATION
Registration for ASIDIC 2017 Is Now Open.
ABOUT THE CONFERENCE
The conference will once again provide a forum for researchers, regulatory agencies and industry professionals to present and discuss the latest aerospace crashworthiness regulations, certification by analysis methods for aircraft seat structures and interiors, bird strike, metallic & composite structures, impact dynamics, impact damage tolerance, UAS, computational and experimental techniques.
THE CONFERENCE IS TARGETED TOWARDS THE INTERESTS OF:
Aerospace Seat Manufacturers
Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs)
Innovative Engineering Technology Providers
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ASIDIC 2017’s Technical Presentations and Workshops I and II will take place at the National Center for Aviation Training (NCAT) Auditorium October 17th, 18th, and 19th.
The National Center for Aviation Training (NCAT)
4004 N. Webb Rd .
Wichita, Kansas 67226
The National Center for Aviation Training (NCAT) was primarily funded and built by Sedgwick County to meet aviation manufacturing workforce demand. This world-class training facility provides students the opportunity to receive hands-on, real-world training in the areas of general aviation manufacturing and aircraft and power plant mechanics. NCAT consists of three buildings: Advanced Manufacturing Technology Center (80,948 sq. ft.), the Aviation Service Center (96,243 sq. ft.) and an Assessment and Administration Center (30,435 sq. ft.) for admissions, student services and employment placement.
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