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Announcements: Aviation Conceptual Design and Game Changing Technology

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Aviation Conceptual Design and Game Changing Technology 

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RPI's student advisory council (comprising leadership from AIAA, ASME, ANS) has invited a very distinguished speaker Daniel I. Newman, from Boeing,

who will be delivering a seminar this Wednesday, Feb 18, from 10:30 -- 11:30 AM,
in Lecture Hall 330 in the Darrin Communication Center at the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.

The speaker, Mr. Dan Newman, is a Senior Technical Fellow at Boeing, and the title of his seminar is:

Aviation Conceptual Design and Game Changing Technology

The attached flyer provides details on the lecture and Mr Newman's biographical sketch. All AIAA NENY Section Member are invited to this lecture. Metered parking is available close by on 15th Street in Troy, between College Ave and Sage Ave. Please e-mail me if you have any questions, and I hope to see several of you at this event.

Well, that's it for now. Hoping to see some of you on Wednesday, Feb 18, and do stay warm!

Farhan Gandhi
AIAA NENY Section Prez

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