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I@A 2013 : AIAA Infotech@Aerospace


When Aug 19, 2013 - Aug 22, 2013
Where Boston, MA
Submission Deadline Jan 31, 2013
Final Version Due Jul 30, 2013
Categories    human computer interaction   model-driven development   software architecture   fault tolerance

Call For Papers

Abstract Submission Requirements for the AIAA Infotech@Aerospace 2013 Conference

Authors must submit an abstract of at least 1,000 words that include figures, tables, and citations. The abstract should provide a clear and concise statement of the problem to be addressed, the proposed method of solution, the results expected or obtained, and an explanation of the significance of the contribution.

Infotech@Aerospace (I@A) is AIAA’s premier forum for modern aerospace applications focusing on information-enabled systems, algorithms, hardware, and software, and provides a unique opportunity for fostering advances and interactions across related disciplines. Attendees and authors span military, scientific, commercial, and academic communities that will develop the future aerospace systems. I@A will cover scientific and engineering issues related to architecting, designing, developing, operating, and maintaining modern aerospace and defense systems: this includes aircraft, spacecraft, ground systems, robots, avionics, and sensors, as well as systems of systems. This year, the conference is putting special emphasis on Integrated System Health Management (ISHM). ISHM incorporates fault management (FM), anomaly detection, diagnostics, prognostics, and user interfaces for integrated system awareness. ISHM capability for future systems will use models that must embody interactions among parts, elements, and subsystems. Hence, health-enabled systems will, in turn, enable advances in controls, autonomy, and human-machine interactions. Select technical papers will be considered for publication in AIAA’s Journal of Aerospace Computing, Information, and Communication (JACIC). Infotech@Aerospace covers a broad range of topics related to aerospace information systems. Authors are encouraged to submit abstracts in the following technical areas of focus, as well as to submit ideas for sessions and papers that feature topics not listed below. Suggestions for additional session topics should be referred to the Technical Program Chair.

In particular, the Software Technical Committee is soliciting papers addressing the challenges and issues that relate to software engineering and development of aerospace related programs. We are also seeking abstracts covering software aspects for the following sessions:

There’s an App for That: The Role of Mobile Computing in Future Aviation: Abstracts are solicited on a variety of topics related to the design, analysis, certification, security, and maintenance of pervasive and mobile software, including:

Wireless communication and security technologies for flight
Mobile computing in the cockpit and electronic flight bags
In-flight entertainment and passenger education
Flexible and secure passenger booking and scheduling
Personal in-flight electronics

Software on the Cutting Edge (New Techniques You’re Probably Not Using): We are seeking submissions on trending software tools and methodologies, their potential (or current) use in aerospace, and their benefits and liabilities, including:

Incremental Commitment Model / Factoring in Incremental Development Productivity Decline (IDPD)
Model-driven development (including SysML, AADL, Simulink, and SCADE)
Leveraging multicore (and/or avoiding its pitfalls)
Leveraging the Cloud in Design and Development

Software Capabilities and Challenges in NextGen: We will have an overview on the current state of NextGen and a panel discussion on the gaps and likely schedule of changes in the NextGen roadmap. We invite forecasts and technical papers highlighting the capabilities and hazards inherent in NextGen software implementations.

Software-Intensive System Architectures and Their Interfaces: We are soliciting original work that discusses architectures for safety-critical systems that contain software, hardware, and people. Some of the themes within this topic are:

Combining model-based development tools
Approaches to, benefits of, and limitations of Integrated Modular Avionics frameworks
Closed vs. open architectures
Developing systems in which components have multiple design assurance levels
Human-computer interaction including intelligent cockpits and control towers
Adaptive airspace implementations

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