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AIAA S
ystems
Development,

Integration
, and Test Conference

Call for Papers
Draft

17 Aug 2011



AIAA
Systems
Development,

Integration
, and Test

2012

Conference


11
-
13

September 201
2

Pasadena

Convention Center
, Sheraton & Hilton Pasadena

Pasadena
,
California


W
ebsite


CALL FOR PAPERS


Abstract Deadline


26 January 2012

Final Manuscript Deadline

21 August 2012


Organized by

AIAA


General

Chair

Michael Griffin

King
-
McDonald Eminent Scholar & Professor

Director | Center for System Studies

University of Alabama
in

Huntsville


Technical Program Chair

Laura McGill

Chief Engineer, Air Warfare Systems

Raytheon

Missile Systems




Program

Topics


The conference organizers welcome the submittal of abstracts on all aspects of
Aerospace Systems
Desig
n and Integration for Complex Systems
. The

program is structured around
three

technical
and
management
tracks:


1.

Complex Systems Development


2.

Integration, Test, and Verification of Complex Systems

3.

Program Management
and Support
for Complex
Aerospace
Systems



Track Descriptions


Complex Systems Development

Society is challenged by the need to successfully develop increasingly complex and critical aerospace
systems that meet stakeholders needs within planned budgets and schedules. This track will focus on
la
rge system development activities
from the establishment of requirements through the conceptual,
preliminary, and detail design phases.
For development of systems under the
US Defense Acquisition
process
, this track will also address design maturity to su
pport Milestone B decisions, as well as
subsequent EMD design
. Papers are solicited on theory and practice, but not on specific tools
,

to
address the following topics
:




Lessons Learned and Best Practices for the Development of Complex Systems



Complex
system design with very large organizations



Measurement and management of design complexity



Impact of SAE ARP4754 on developing highly
-
integrated aircraft systems for certification



System development with complex supply chains



Design of complex systems und
er uncertainty



Design of integrated hardware, software and firmware



Design for harsh environments



Design for interoperability



Managing detailed design with technology and manufacturing readiness levels



Managing parts obsolescence



Design for safety, reliabi
lity, and supportability



The transition for development to production, including design for production



Modernization of legacy systems



For questions, please contact:


Paul Collopy

UAHuntsville, Center for System Studies

paul.collopy@uah.edu



Integration, Test, and Verification of Complex Systems


Pressure to conduct affordable development programs requires that the integration of Complex Systems
must be planned to significant detail
well in advance of detailed design. This includes strategies to
design and mature models,
databases,
simulations, an
d test equipment

to support program needs that
extend from bench testing of prototypes through flight testing on multiple ranges. This track solicits
papers that address the following topics as they apply to Systems Integration of Military Aircraft,
Comme
rcial Aircraft, Unmanned Air Vehicles, Weapon Systems, Missile Defense Systems, and Net
Centric Systems:




Lessons Learned and Best Practices

in the Integration and Test of Complex Aerospace
Systems



Test System Architectures

for Concept Design through Produ
ction




System Certification



Verification and Validation of Models and Simulations



Integrating Simulation, Ground Test, and Flight Test



Test Environments



Test Facilities and Resources



Test Operations



Test Range Collaboration



Design of Experiments



Telemetry
System Design



Integration of Legacy Weapons on New Aircraft Platforms


For questions, please contact:


Allen Arrington

Sierra Lobo, Inc.

e.allen.arrington@nasa.gov



Program Management for Complex Systems


Complex
Aerospace
systems require

Program Management strategies and integrate
d planning tools to

coordinate the activities of technical teams from multiple organizations that are physically separated but
closely
networked to
work collaboratively and
shar
e common databases.
Programs to develop and
support Commercial and Military Aircraft, Spacecraft, Energy Systems, and UAVs
are each subject to
unique p
olicy and regulatory issues.
Do
DI 5000.02 presents

challenges to the development of military
systems a
nd requires new acquisition approaches.
Aging work force and increasingly diverse employees
also requires organizations to develop new strategies for knowledge management and career
development.

In addition to managing the technical and direct support a
spects in the development of a
complex aerospace system, there are also the management and integration of business operations,
logistics issues, and support infrastructure that must be considered.
This track solicits papers that
address the following topi
cs:




Lessons Learned and Best Practices

in Program Management of Complex Aerospace
Systems



Integrated Planning Techniques and Tools



Impact on Program Management of WSARA (Weapon Systems Acquisition Reform Act of 2009)



DoDI 5000.02 Challenges and Strategies



Establishing Government , Academic, and Industry Partnerships



Management of Remote Technical Development Teams



Risk Management



Supply Chain Management



Contracts and Legal Issues



Protection of Intellectual Property



Information Technology and Enterprise Solutions



Quality and Mission Assurance



Integrated Factory Operations



Obsolescence Management through Production and Operational Support



Maintenance and Sustainment approaches



Logistics Planning and Strategies



User Tr
aining



Technologies and Techniques for Global Inventory Management



Service Life Assessment



Mission Assurance



Systems Safety



Reliability Growth Strategies




Affordability



Maintainability



Managing for Technical Innovation



Development Team Organization and
Structure



Knowledge Management for Dynamic and Aging Workforce



Knowledge Management through Product Life Cycle



Career Development Approaches for Diverse Employee Needs



For questions, please contact:


Abdollah Khodadoust

Boeing Engineering Operations &
Technology

Abdollah.khodadoust@boeing.com




Proposals for Special Sessions


Individuals who wish to organize special sessions embedded within the technical program (e.g., invited
oral presentations, panels, or demonstrations) should submit a short proposal describing the nature of
the session as it relates to a specified technical

track. Be sure to include the names of the organizers and
participants. Please e
-
mail your proposal by
17

January 201
2

to
Laura McGill,

AIAA Systems
Development
,

Integration, and Test
Conference

Program Chair
, at
ljmcgill@raytheon.com
.


Please do
not upl
oad an abstract for the proposal.