The Society of Experimental Test Pilots
11th Annual Northwest Section Symposium
23 April 2021
DISCLOSURE: If local guidelines indicate that an in-person event will not be permitted, we will notify the membership as soon as we have this information.
CALL FOR PAPERS
The Pacific Northwest Members of the Society of Experimental Test Pilots will convene our tenth annual Symposium on Friday, 23 April at The Museum of Flight. Aviation interests of this region are very diverse, from Large Transport Aircraft to Light Sport Aircraft and from unmanned aircraft to avionics, navigation systems, aviation sensors, and displays.
The purpose of this Symposium is to share the knowledge gained in the course of planning, execution and documentation of flight test activities. The intent of the Symposium is to help prevent re-learning of hard lessons through cross pollination of the ideas and discoveries from our seemingly different, yet similar and related areas of flight test. Following the same formula of our successful previous Symposia, we continue to solicit presentations and attendance from both members and non-members.
This is an official Call for Papers
Each technical presentation is given a 30-minute slot, which includes time for any questions/discussion from the audience. No proceedings will be published for this Symposium, therefore formal written papers are not required. Those interested in presenting should submit an abstract by 22 February 2021 to:
Steve Crane (AF), AeroTEC - Symposium Chair
The registration site will be available soon.