In February 1998, the Sydney Section, Australia, was chartered as the first AIAA Section outside of the USA. The Section encompasses all AIAA members in New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory, and the Section Council is currently based in Canberra, ACT.
The Sydney Section welcomes new members - both students and professionals. To find out more about the benefits of AIAA membership, or to join online, visit www.aiaa.org.
Please don't hesitate to contact the Section Council if you have any ideas on how we can deliver even better value to our members.
Launched January 19, 2006, the New Horizons mission had one goal as it
ventured into the solar system – answer questions about Pluto, its moons and Kuiper Belt objects. Come hear
a presentation from Dr. Alan Stern (Principal Investigator, New Horizons Mission) and Michael Vincent
(Payload Systems Engineer, New Horizons Mission).
This is a FREE event and all are welcome. Please note however that tickets are strictly limited and registration is essential
Information: Canberra Tickets and Sydney Tickets
Join the AIAA Canberra committee for our exclusive 'members and guests only' end-of-year event at the ATSB,
where MH370 investigators discuss the techniques used to define the search area and the challenges of this
truly unique investigation. We invite all guests to join us for dinner following the presentation at
BentSpoke pub in Braddon, with the first drink on us!
Submit your abstract and contribute to the 68th IAC programme.
We would like to recognise two of our members for reaching a great milestone with the AIAA. They have both reached 25 of AIAA Membership this month.
Congratulations to Russell and Kevin for a great achievement.