Ohio State Aerospace Engineering Research Highly Represented at SciTech 2015
Ohio State University researchers presented 40 technical papers at SciTech 2015, held January 5-9 in Kissimmee, Florida. The American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) SciTech 2015 is a compilation of 11 individual technical conferences focused on aerospace research and is the largest aerospace conference in the world.
The compilation includes 2,500 total presentations from approximately 800 government, academic and private institutions in 40 countries on the latest in aerospace research. The conference covered 300 high-impact topics and provided opportunity for broad collaboration and discussion among attendees.
Ohio State presented the third highest number of technical papers among all academic institutions behind Georgia Tech and Purdue, and tied with NASA Ames for the fifth highest among all institutions behind NASA Langley, Air Force Research Laboratories and the two universities. “OSU aerospace research is cutting-edge, on the move and these impressive statistics clearly validate the strength of the program,” said Mo Samimy, John B. Nordholt Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, University Distinguished Scholar and Director of the Aerospace Research Center (ARC).
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