News: Concluding the AAS/AIAA Astrodynamics Specialist Conference
By Simone D'Amico August 11, 2022
The 2022 AAS/AIAA Astrodynamics Specialist Conference was a great success and ended yesterday in Charlotte, NC. It has been both challenging and rewarding to organize it, especially considering that it was the first in-person conference after the beginning of the pandemic and the first time that it was co-sponsored by industry. Check the papers here!
I am wrapping things up now in the conference hotel room, sipping espresso, reconciling budget, checking great papers, and looking back at about 20 years I spent publishing, working with and learning from the Astrodynamics community. What a blast!
Special thanks go to the 343 participants (highest number since the beginning of the conference in 1966), to the key Chairs that made all this possible: Ossama Abdelkhalik (with his students) Atri Dutta; Natasha Bosanac; Manoranjan Majji, and to our generous sponsors who gave special vibe and relevance to the event BlueOrigin (Vivek Nagabhushan) and InfiniteOrbits (Adel Haddoud).