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 Welcome to the AIAA Sydney Section!

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

We want to hear from you!

Please don't hesitate to contact the Section Chair (see Contacts page) if you have any ideas on how we can deliver even better value to our members.

 AIAA Sydney Section Spotlight - Perspectives From Space

Monday 11 May – Friday 22 May 2015 

Dr Sandra “Sandy” Magnus, ex-NASA astronaut who flew on multiple shuttle mission and lived on the International Space Station for 4.5 months, and current AIAA Executive Director is visiting Australia on a two week, five city national tour in mid-May 2015. During her visit she will be giving public presentations called ‘Perspectives from Space’ in Sydney, Canberra, Brisbane, Adelaide and Melbourne. These events are FREE and all are welcome but registrations are essential. Click here for more information.

 Sydney Section Calendar

There are currently no upcoming events.


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