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These are citations for publications summarizing NESC technical activities for discipline-specific audiences.

All past articles and papers may be found below.

2016 – 2022

2022

Cryogenics

  1. Meyer, M.; Hartwig, J.; Sutherlin, S.; and Colozza, A.: Recent Concept Study for Cryogenic Fluid Management to Support Opposition Class Crewed Missions to Mars. 29th Space Cryogenics Workshop, November 15, 2021.
  2. Kassemi, M.; Meyer, M.; Collicott, S.; Khusid, B.; Allen, J.; and Koochesfahani, M.: Overcoming the Scientific Challenges of Microgravity Two-Phase Flow for the Development of Transformative Zero-Boil-Off Cryogenic Propellant Storage and Transfer Space Technology. Research Campaign White Paper submitted to the Decadal Survey on Biological and Physical Sciences Research in Space 2023-2032, National Academy of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine, December 21, 2021.
  3. Meyer, M.: Microgravity Fluid Science to Enable Long-Duration Cryogenic Propulsion Missions. 2021 American Society of Gravitational and Space Research Conference, November 4, 2021.
  4. Meyer, M.: NASA and Cryogenic Technology Applications. Liquid Hydrogen Technologies Workshop, hosted by The U.S. Department of Energy’s Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technologies Office and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration’s Cryogenic Technical Discipline Team, February 22, 2022.

Environmental Control & Life Support

  1. Cowan, D.; Abney, M.; Broyan, J.; Perry, J.; Delzeit, L.; Meyer, M.; Melendez, O.; and Williams D.: A Guide for Evaluating Spacecraft Environmental Control & Life Support Systems (ECLSS) Technology Developments. 51st International Conference on Environmental Systems, ICES-2022-71, July 10-14, 2022.
  2. Abney, M.; Bagdigian, R.; Hopkins, C.; Pedley, M.; Macatangay, A.; Cagle, H.; and Knox, J.: Evaluation of Heritage Hardware for Use in Cabin Environments with Reduced Pressure and Increased Oxygen Concentration. 51st International Conference on Environmental Systems, ICES-2022-45, July 10-14, 2022.

Guidance, Navigation, & Control

  1. Dennehy, C.; Shankar, U.; VanZwieten, T.; Von der Porten, P.; Wolf, A.; Bennani, S.; Girouart, B.; Vandersteen, J.; and Casasco, M.: Verification and Validation of Guidance and Control Systems: Results from the First Inter-Agency Workshop on G&C V&V. 44th Annual AAS Guidance, Navigation and Control Conference, February 2022.

Loads & Dynamics

  1. Sills, J.: Probability Bounds Analysis Applied to Multi-Purpose Crew Vehicle Nonlinearity. International Modal Analysis Conference (IMAC) XL, Orlando, FL, February 7, 2022.
  2. Sills, J.: Accelerance Decoupling: An Approach for Removing the Influence of the Test Stand from the Integrated Modal Test. International Modal Analysis Conference (IMAC) XL, Orlando, FL, February 7, 2022.
  3. Sills, J.: A Flexible Multibody Framework for Liftoff including Umbilical Separations. Spacecraft and Launch Vehicle Dynamic Environments Workshop (SCLV), El Segundo, CA, March 21, 2022.
  4. Sills, J.: Applications of Finite Energy Methods to Transient, Random, and Shock Predictions. Spacecraft and Launch Vehicle Dynamic Environments Workshop (SCLV), El Segundo, CA, June 21, 2022.
  5. Sills, J.: Artemis I Booster Push/Pull Pretest Analysis. Spacecraft and Launch Vehicle Dynamic Environments Wksp (SCLV), El Segundo, CA, June 21, 2022.
  6. Sills, J.: Applying Accelerance Decoupling to Remove the Test Stand Influence from an Integrated Large Structure Modal Test. Spacecraft and Launch Vehicle Dynamic Environments Workshop, El Segundo, CA, June 21, 2022.

Materials

  1. Coutts, J.; Rinderknecht, D.; Parker, D.; Surma, J.; and Taylor, L.: Extended Chemical Profiling of Monomethylhydrazine (MMH) for Spaceflight Application. 43rd Propellant and Explosives Development and Characterization Conference (JANNAF), Virtual Meeting, December 6-16, 2021, Paper #7835.
  2. Rinderknecht, D.; Coutts, J.; Tessema, M.; and Parker, D.: Examination of Ion Exchange Resins and Molecular Sieves for the Removal of Cadmium and Carbonaceous Contamination in High Purity Hydrazine. 43rd Propellant and Explosives Development and Characterization Conference (JANNAF), Virtual Meeting, December 6-16, 2021, Presentation #7834.
  3. Coutts, J.; Parker, D.; Dorney, D.; McClure, M.; and Davis, C.: NASA State of Evaluation of High Purity Hydrazine (HPH) and Monomethylhydrazine. 11th Spacecraft Propulsion Meeting (JANNAF), Virtual Meeting, June 7-17, 2021, Presentation #7772.
  4. Coutts, J.; Oropeza, C.; Mullen, M.; Parker, D.; and Krewson, D.: Identification of Other Carbonaceous Materials and Elemental Content in Ketazine-Derived High Purity Hydrazine. 42nd Propellant and Explosives Development and Characterization Conference (JANNAF), Virtual Meeting, September 29- October 9, 2020, Paper #7005.
  5. Frazier, W., et al.: Unleashing the Potential of Additive Manufacturing: FAIR AM Data Management Principles. Advanced Materials & Processes, August/September 2021.
  6. Russell, R.; Park, A.; Wells, D.; West, B.; McEnerney, B.; Glendening, A.; Lanigan, E. and Tilson, W.: NASA’s Development of a Probabilistic Damage Tolerance Approach for Advanced Additive Manufacturing Technologies. Additive International, Nottingham, UK, July 2022.
  7. Russell, R. and Snapp, C.: NASA’s Qualification and Certification Strategies for Additive Manufactured Parts for Manned Spaceflight and their Application to TPS Materials. Additive Manufactured Thermal Protection System Workshop, March 2022.
  8. Russell, R.; Park, A.; Wells, D.; West, B.; McEnerney, B.; Glendening, A.; Lanigan, E. and Tilson, W.: NASA’s Certification and Qualification Strategies for Additively Manufactured Hardware:  Reuse and Challenges. Materials Challenges in Reusable Liquid-Propellant Rocket Engines, Aerospace Corporation, March 2022.
  9. Russell, R.; Park, A.; Wells, D.; West, B.; McEnerney, B.; and Glendening, A.: NASA’s Certification and Qualification Challenges for Additively Manufactured Hardware. Additive Manufacturing for Aerospace and Space, February 2022.
  10. Park, A.; Russell, R.; Wells, D.; and West, B.: The Development of a Qualified Material Process (QMP) via NASA-STD-6030. International Conference on Additive Manufacturing, November 2021.

Nondestructive Evaluation

  1. Prosser, W.: NASA Application of In-Space Structural Health Monitoring Technology. ASCE Earth and Space Conference, Denver, CO, April 25-28, 2022.

Propulsion

  1. Prokop, L.; Dorney, D.; and Feather, M.: Case Studies in Verifying Spacecraft Autonomy, Accepted as a book chapter by Springer.
  2. Dorney, D.: Pressurant Gas Evolution from Helium-saturated Hypergolic Propellants, 69th JANNAF Propulsion Meeting, June 6-10, 2022, Newport News, VA.
  3. Dorney, D.: Launch Vehicle Reusability in NASA Crewed Spaceflight. MIT Workshop, virtual, March 3-4, 2022.

Science

  1. Hatten, N.; Hughes, K.; Folta, D.; and Valinia, A.: Fast Earth-Mars Roundtrip Trajectories to Reduce Health and Safety Risk for Crewed Missions. AAS/AIAA Astrodynamics Conference, August 2022, Charlotte, NC.
  2. Valinia, A.; Folta, D.; Hughes, K.; Hatten, N.; Vera, A.; Stone, L.; Parisi, M.; McTigue, K.; and Panontin, T.: Architecture Requirements for Safe Human Expeditions to Mars. 73rd International Astronautical Congress (IAC), Paris, France, September 18-22, 2022.
  3. Babuska, P.; Goyal, V.; Harrigan, G.; Imtiaz, K.; and Valinia, A.: Lessons Learned from the Arecibo Observatory auxiliary M4N Socket Analysis and Implications for Future Observatory Designs. Proc. SPIE 12186, Observatory Operations: Strategies, Processes, and Systems IX, 121861G (25 August 2022); https://doi.org/: 10.1117/12.2628737.
  4. Harrigan, G.; Valinia, A.; Trepal, N.;  Babuska, P.; and Goyal, V.: NESC Arecibo Observatory Auxiliary M4N Socket Termination Failure Investigation. Presentation to the National Academy of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine, Committee on Analysis of Causes of Failure and Collapse of the 305-Meter Telescope at the Arecibo Observatory, February 16, 2022.
  5. Minow, J.: Radiation Monitoring and Shielding Capability Gaps. NOAA Space Weather Workshop, virtual, 26-28 April 2022.
  6. Turner, R.: Solar Cycle Prediction Capabilities for Timing of Mars Missions. NOAA Space Weather Workshop, virtual, April 26-28, 2022.
  7. Allen, J.: Space Weather and Crew Health Implementations. NOAA Space Weather Workshop, virtual, April 26-28, 2022.
  8. Valinia, A.; Antonsen, E.; Francisco, D.; Minow, J.; Pellish, J.; Slaba, T.; Stone, L.; Vera, A.; Spann, J.; and Allen, J.: Integrated Human Health Risk Assessment:  Requirements for Safe Human Expeditions to Mars. COSPAR 2022, 44TH Scientific Assembly, Athens, Greece, July 16-24, 2022.
  9. Spann, J.; Minow, J.; Semones, E.; Jun I.; Turner, R.; Corti, C.; Slaba, T.; Norman, R.; Gaza, R.; and Xapsos, M.: Space Crew Protection on Missions Beyond Low Earth Orbit. COSPAR 2022, 44TH Scientific Assembly, Athens, Greece, 16-24 July 2022.

Sensors & instrumentation

  1. Singh, U.: Independent Reliability Assessment of the NASA GSFC Laser Transmitter for the LISA Program. 14th International Conference on Space Optics 2022, Dubrovnik, October 2022.

Space Environments

  1. Bruzzone J.; Janches D.; Weryk, R.; and Hormaechea J.: Arid Meteors 2021. Central Bureau for Astronomical Telegrams 5046, Daniel W. E. Green (editor), October 1, 2021.
  2. Zheng, Y.; Mertens, C.; Gronoff, G.; Petrenko, M.; Phoenix, D.; Buhler, J.; Jun, I.; Minow, J.; Willis, E.; and Kuznetsova, M.: Realtime and Tailored NAIRAS Products for Assessment of Aviation Radiation Risks and SEE Radiation Risks for LEO Space Assets. 17th European Space Weather Week, October 25 – 29,  2021, Glasgow, UK.
  3. Debchoudhury, S.; Barjatya, A.; Minow, J.; Coffey, V.; and Parker, L.: Data Products from the Floating Potential Measurement Unit (FPMU) Onboard the International Space Station. Applied Space Environments Conference 2021, virtual, November 1-5, 2021, virtual.
  4. Matney, M.: Some Unexpected Results from Lunar Ejecta. Applied Space Environments Conference 2021, November 1-5, 2021, virtual.
  5. Mertens, C.; Gronoff, G.; Zheng, Y.; Buhler, J.; Willis, E.; Jun, I.; and Minow, J.: NAIRAS Model Extension to the LEO Environment and New Products for Characterization of Single Event Effects. Applied Space Environments Conference 2021, November 1-5, 2021, virtual.
  6. Minow, J.: NESC Space Environments Activities. 12th NASA Space Exploration & Space Weather Workshop, December 3, 2021, virtual. (invited)
  7. Zheng, Y.; Shprits, Y.; O’Brien, T.; Jordanova, V.; Pitchford, D.; Ganushkina, N.; Minow, J.; Wang, D.; Onsager, T.; Henderson, M.; Ferradas Alva, C.; Fok, M.; Tu, W.; Glauert, S.; and Kuznetsova, M.: Model Validation and its Crucial Roles in Closing the Gap Between Space Weather Research, Operations, and End-User Needs: Successes and Setbacks. Abstract SM52A-03, American Geophysics Union Fall Meeting 2021, December 13-17, 2021, New Orleans, LA.
  8. Debchoudhury, S.; Barjatya, A.; Coffey, V.; Minow, J.; and Parker, L.: Langmuir Probe Observations of O+ Depletions in the Post-midnight Sector During the Solar Cycle 24 Minimum. Abstract SA52A-08, American Geophysics Union Fall Meeting 2021, December 13-17, 2021, New Orleans, LA.
  9. Minow, J.: NASA Welcome and Space Environment Interactions with ISS. Space Systems Anomalies and Failures Workshop 2022, January 11-12, 2022, virtual.
  10. Gronoff, G.; Mertens, C.; Phoenix, D.; Zheng, Y.; Buhler, J.; Willis, E.; Jun, I.; and Minow, J.: NAIRAS Model Transition to the CCMC: Real-Time Dosimetric Output and Low-Earth Orbit Applications. 19th Conference on Space Weather, January 23-27, 2022, Houston, TX.
  11. Levine, J.: Exploring the Moon Responsibly:  Monitoring the Impact of Human Activities on the Structure of the Lunar Atmosphere. NASA Lunar Science Workshop 13 (LSSW 13), January 26-27, 2022, virtual.
  12. Bruzone, S.; Janches, D.: Weryk, R.; and Hormaechea, J.: Monitoring and Studying Meteor Showers with the SAAMER Backscatter Radar. XI Workshop on Planetary Science, February 2022, San Juan, Argentina.
  13. Jun, I.: Radiation Transport for Spacecraft Design (with Emphasis on Nuclear Data), Workshop for Applied Nuclear Data Activities (WANDA) 2022, February 28 – March 4, 2022, virtual.
  14. Minow, J.; Barjatya, A.; Coffey, V.; Debchoudhury, S.; Parker, L.; Schneider, T.; Willis, E.; Worthy, E.; and Wright, K.: Update on FPMU Measurements of International Space Station Charging. 16th Spacecraft Charging Technology Conference, April 4-8, 2022, virtual.
  15. Kim, W.; Andersen, A.; Chinn, J.; Garrett, H.; Whittlesey, A.; and Wong, F.: The NASA Charging Handbook Update to NASA-HDBK-4002B. 16th Spacecraft Charging Technology Conference, April 4-8, 2022, virtual.
  16. Bruzzone, S.; Janches, D.; Weryk, R.; and Hormaechea, J.: Radar Observations of the New Arid Meteor Shower, Meteoroids 2022, June 13-17, 2022, virtual.
  17. Matney, M.: An Analytic Formulation of Ejecta Distributions over Airless Bodies. Meteoroids 2022, June 13-17, 2022, virtual.
  18. Debchoudhury, S.; Barjatya, A.; Minow, J.; Coffey, V.; and Parker, L.: Measurements of O+ Composition in the F-region from a Langmuir Probe onboard the International Space Station. Coupling, Energetics, and Dynamics of Atmospheric Regions (CEDAR) 2022 Workshop, June 19-24, 2022, Austin, TX.
  19. Turner, R.: Impact of Solar Cycle Duration on Astronaut Radiation Exposure during a Human Mars Mission. 51st International Conference on Environmental Systems, July 10-14, 2022, Saint Paul, MN.
  20. Mertens, C.; Gronoff, G.; Zheng, Y.; Buhler, J.; Willis, E.; Petrenko, M.; Jun, I.; and Minow, J.: NAIRAS Model Predictions of the Ionizing Radiation Environment from the Surface to Low-Earth Orbit. COSPAR 2022, 44TH Scientific Assembly, July 16-24, 2022, Athens, Greece.
  21. Gronoff, G.; Mertens, C.; Phoenix, D.; Zheng, Y.; Buhler, J.; Willis, E.; Jun, I.; and Minow, J.: NAIRAS Model Transition to the CCMC:  Real-Time Dosimetric Output and Low-Earth Orbit Applications. COSPAR 2022, 44TH Scientific Assembly, July 16-24, 2022, Athens, Greece.
  22. Zheng, Y.; Shprits, Y.; O’Brien, T.; Jordanova, V.; Pitchford, D.; Ganushkina, N.; Minow, J.; Wang, D.; Onsager, T.; Henderson, M.; Alva, C.; Fok, M.; Tu, W.; Glauert, S.; Strounine, K.; Haas, B.; Kuznetsova, M.; Rastaetter, L.; Mullinix, R.; and Wiegand, C.: Model Validation and its Crucial Roles in Connecting Space Weather Research, Operations, and End-User Needs. COSPAR 2022, 44TH Scientific Assembly, July 16-24, 2022, Athens, Greece.
  23. Minow, J. and Diekmann, A.: Specifying Low Energy Radiation Environments Relevant to Thin Materials with the L2 Charged Particle Environment Model. COSPAR 2022, 44TH Scientific Assembly, July 16-24, 2022, Athens, Greece.
  24. Minow, J.: NASA Use of Charged Particle Environments and Effects Engineering Tools. Space Environmental Effects and Science Applications Workshop, Johns Hopkins University, Applied Physics Laboratory, September 12-16, 2022, Laurel, MD. (invited)
  25. Minow, J.: NESC Space Environments Activities. Space Environmental Effects and Science Applications Workshop, Johns Hopkins University, Applied Physics Laboratory, September 12-16, 2022, Laurel, MD. (invited)
  26. Jun, I.: Space-Shielding Radiation Dose Computation Code Evaluation and Identification. Space Environmental Effects and Science Applications Workshop, Johns Hopkins University, Applied Physics Laboratory, September 12-16, 2022, Laurel, MD. (invited)
  27. Zheng, Y.: SEESAW Relevant CCMC Resources/Activities. Space Environmental Effects and Science Applications Workshop, Johns Hopkins University, Applied Physics Laboratory, September 12-16, 2022, Laurel, MD. (invited)
  28. Zheng, Y.; Xapsos, M.; Jun, I.; O’Brien, T.; Parker, L.; Kim, W.; Likar, J.; Minow, J.; Chen, T.; and Rowland, D.: Recommending Low-Cost Compact Space Environment and Space Weather Effects Sensor Suites for NASA Missions. White Paper, National Academies, Decadal Survey for Solar and Space Physics (Heliophysics) 2024 – 2033, 2022.
  29. Debchoudhury, S.; Barjatya, A.; Minow, J.; Coffey, V.; Parker, L.: Climatology of Deep O+ dropouts in the night-time F-region in solar minimum measured by a Langmuir Probe onboard the international Space Station. Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics, 127, 2022. e2022JA030446. https://doi.org/10.1029/2022JA030446
  30. Levine, J.: Lunar Dust and Its Impact on Human Exploration:  Identifying the Problems. The Impact of Lunar Dust on Human Exploration, J. S. Levine (Editor), Cambridge Scholars Publishing, UK, pp.  41-54, 2021.
  31. Levine, J. (Editor): The Impact of Lunar Dust on Human Exploration. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, UK, 285 pages, 2021.
  32. Mertens, C.: NAIRAS Version 3.0:  Atmospheric/Geospace Ionizing Radiation Environment Model. Community Coordinated Modeling Center 2022 Workshop, June 6-10, 2022, College Park, MD.

Structures

  1. Goyal, V.; Rome, J.; Sagrillo, C.; Imtiaz, K.; and Hamm, K.: Best Practices, Lessons Learned, and Examples on the Application of Damage Tolerance in Space Structures. AIAA SciTech Conference, San Diego, CA (2022), AIAA 6.2022-1904.
  2. Goyal, V.; Barbour, E.; Babuska, P.; Imtiaz, K.; Smith, J.; and Engelstad, S.: Treatment of Transient Pressure Events in Space Flight Pressurized Systems. AIAA SciTech Conf., San Diego, CA (2022), AIAA 6.2022-1903.
  3. Hamm, K.; Price, D.; Imtiaz, K.; and Raju, I.: Revisiting Building-Block Approaches for Structures. AIAA SciTech Conference, San Diego, CA (2022), AIAA 6.2022-1900.

Systems Engineering

  1. Eaton, C.; Banks, A.; Weger, K.; Mesmer, B.; and Moreland, R.: Understanding Perceived Influences of Project Outcomes and Quantifying Disciplinary Similarities in Academic Literature. Systems Research and Behavioral Science. Accepted for publication.
  2. Eaton, C.; Patel, S.; Glandon, K.; Mesmer, B.; Weger, K.; and Moreland, R.:  Legacy of Faster, Better, Cheaper? Cost, Schedule, and Performance Objectives: Understanding the Impact of NASA Policy and Perception of Failures. Space Policy.  Accepted for publication
  3. Watson, M.; Mesmer, B.; Roedler, G.; Rousseau, D.; Calvo-Amodio, J.; Keating, C.; Miller, W.;  Lucero, S.; Gold, R.; Jones, C.; Long, D.; Russell, R.; and Sedmak, A.: System Engineering Principles. INCOSE, August 2022.
  4. Watson. M.; Beale, D.; and McKinney, D.: A Complexity Primer for Systems Engineers, Rev 1. INCOSE, December 2021.
  5. Teper, T.; Campo, K.; Eaton, C.; and Mesmer, B.: Qualifying the Value of Life-Cycle Process Models in System Development: an Investigation into Perceptions in Academic Literature. 2022 ASEM International Annual Conference and 43rd Annual Meeting, October 5-8, 2022.
  6. Eaton, C.; Liverett, G.; and Mesmer, B.: A Systematic Review of Guidance for Technical Measure Selection in Academic Literature. 2022 ASEM International Annual Conference and 43rd Annual Meeting, October 5-8, 2022.
  7. Beale, D.; McKinney, D.; Oosthuizen, R.; Smith, G.; and Watson, M.: System Engineering Heuristics for Complex Systems. INCOSE International Symposium, June 25-30, 2022, Detroit, Michigan.
  8. Eaton, C. and Mesmer, B.: Selection of Technical Measures: A Preliminary Comparison Among U.S. Government Agencies. AIAA Scitech 2022 Forum, January 14, 2022.
  9. Campo, K.; Teper, T.; Eaton, C.; Shipman, A.; Bhatia, G.; and Mesmer, B.: Evaluating the Perceived Value of MBSE Through Evidence in Literature. 2021 ASEM International Annual Conference and 42nd Annual Meeting, October 28, 2021.
  10. Eaton, C. and Mesmer, B.: When Do Measures Fail? Understanding the Pitfalls of Technical Measures in Engineering Design Through Case Studies Illustrating Goodhart’s Law. RAM XIII 2021 Training Summit “Recharge Yourself,” December 1, 2021.
  11. Teper, T.; Campo, K.; Eaton, C.; and Mesmer, B.: Qualifying the Value of Life-Cycle Process Models to System Development. RAM XIII 2021 Training Summit “Recharge Yourself,” December 1, 2021.
  12. Campo, K.; Teper, T.; Eaton, C.; and Mesmer, B.: Model-Based Systems Engineering: Investigating Reliability and Maintainability. RAM XIII 2021 Training Summit “Recharge Yourself,” December 1, 2021.
  13. Patel, S.; Eaton, C.; and Mesmer, B.: The Impact of the Faster, Better, Cheaper Movement at NASA on Perceptions of Failure and Success of NASA Projects. RAM XIII 2021 Training Summit “Recharge Yourself,” December 1, 2021.
  14. Glandon, K.; Eaton, C.; and Mesmer, B.: Improving Reliability through Failure Classification: Possible Implementation Paths. RAM XIII 2021 Training Summit “Recharge Yourself,” December 1, 2021.
  15. Perner, D.; Patrick, J.; and Mesmer, B.: Leveraging SysML for Reliability Analysis with Category Theory. RAM XIII 2021 Training Summit “Recharge Yourself,” December 1, 2021.
  16. Wilson, S.: Assessing the Risk of Electrical Arc on the International Space Station. Quality and Productivity Research Conference, June 14-16, 2022.
  17. Driscoll, A.: Experimental Design for Composite Pressure Vessel Life Prediction. Quality and Productivity Research Conference, June 14-16, 2022.
  18. Wilson, S.: Statistical Engineering at NASA. Engaging Data Science in US National Labs and Government Agencies, NCSU Hot Topics in Data Science Webinar Series, June 17, 2022.
  19. Campo, K.; Teper T.; Advised by Eaton, C.; Mesmer, B.: Qualifying the Value of Model-Based Systems Engineering as Perceived in Academic Literature. Posters on the Hill, April 26-27, 2022.
  20. Eaton, C. and Mesmer, B.: When a Measure Becomes a Target, It Ceases to be a Good Measure: Considering Measure “Laws” in Engineering Contexts. UAH Research Week Graduate Poster Session, March 7, 2022.
  21. Perner, D.: Capturing Aerospace System Complexity with Category Theory. UAH Research Week Graduate Poster Session, March 7, 2022.
  22. Teper, T.; Campo, K.; Eaton, C.; and Mesmer, B.: Perceived Value of MBSE In the Aerospace Industry and Supporting Evidence. UAH Engineering Week Engineering Showcase, February 22, 2022.
  23. Eaton, C. and Mesmer, B.: Hidden Design Decisions: Selecting Technical Measures. SERC Annual Research Review Doctoral Students Forum, November 4, 2021.
  24. White, C.: Reexamining the Logical Foundation of Engineering Decision Making Under Uncertainty. SERC Doctoral Student Forum 2021.
  25. Teper, T.; Campo, K.; Eaton, C.; and Mesmer, B.: Perceived Value of MBSE In the Aerospace Industry and Supporting Evidence. 14th Annual Wernher von Braun Memorial Symposium, October 12, 2021.
  26. Perner, D.: Capturing Aerospace System Complexity with Category Theory. 14th Annual Wernher von Braun Memorial Symposium, October 12, 2021.

Thermal Control & Protection

  1. Rickman, S.: Re-Architecting the NASA Wire Derating Approach, Electrical Wiring Science and Technology Meeting, December 2021.
  2. Rickman, S.: Fractional Thermal Runaway Calorimetry, American Institute of Chemical Engineers Design Institute for Emergency Relief Systems Spring Meeting, May 2022.
  3. Rickman, S.: Introduction to Orbits, Rice/Envision Aerospace and Aviation Academy, June 2022.
  4. Rickman, S.: Form Factors, Grey Bodies, and Radiation Conductances, Thermal and Fluids Analysis Workshop (TFAWS) 2023, September 2022.
  5. Walker, W.; Bayles, G.; Johnson, K.; Brown, R.; Petrushenko, D.; Hughes, P.; Calderon, D.; Darst, J.; Hagen, R.; Sakowski, B.; Smith, J.; Poast, K.; Darcy, E.; Rickman, S.: Evaluation of Large-Format Lithium-Ion Cell Thermal Runaway Response Triggered by Nail Penetration using Novel Fractional Thermal Runaway Calorimetry and Gas Collection Methodology. J. Electrochem. Soc. 169 060535.
  6. Dimpault-Darcy, E.; Darst, J.; Walker, W.; Rickman, S.; Anderson, N.; Khurana, C.; Drolen, B.; Bayles, G.; and Bilc, Z.: Systems and Methods for Measuring a Heat Response of a Battery Cell in Thermal Runaway. U.S. Patent 11,201,358, December 14, 2021.

2021

Aerosciences

  1. Ivanco, T.; Keller, D.; and Pinkerton, J.: Wind-Tunnel to Full-Scale Mapping of Winds and Loads for Launch-Vehicle Ground Wind Loads. 10.2514/6.2021-1072, AIAA SciTech 2021 Forum, January 11-15 and 19-21, 2021, virtual.
  2. Schuster, D.: CFD 2030 Grand Challenge: CFD-in-the-Loop Monte Carlo Simulation for Space Vehicle Design.10.2514/6.2021-0957, AIAA SciTech 2021 Forum, January 11-15 and 19-21, 2021, virtual.

Environmental Control & Life Support

  1. Abney, M.; McCarley, K.; Feather, M.; Campbell, C.; Williams, E.; Gazda, D.; Callahan, M.; Montgomery, E.; Delzeit, L.: Assessment of Biocide Impacts on Life Support and Extravehicular Activity Architectures. ICES-2021-47, 50th International Conference on Environmental Systems, July 12-15, 2021.
  2. Abdou, J.; Lu, A.; Abney, M.; Delzeit, L.: Identification of the Chlorine- and Bromine-Based Biocides – Task 1 of the NESC Assessment of Biocide Impacts on Life Support and Extravehicular Activity Architectures. ICES-2021-29, 50th International Conference on Environmental Systems, July 12-15, 2021.
  3. Broyan, J.; Shaw, L.; McKinley, M.; Meyer, C.; Ewert, M.; Schneider, W.; Meyer, M.; Ruff, G.; Owens, A.; Gatens, R.: NASA Environmental Control and Life Support Technology Development for Exploration: 2020 to 2021 Overview. ICES-2021-384, 50th International Conference on Environmental Systems, July 12-15, 2021.

Guidance, Navigation, & Control

  1. Bennani, S. and Dennehy, C.: Verification and Validation Challenges for Future Space Guidance, Navigation, & Control (GN&C) Systems. A Multi-Agency Workshop and Seminar Series – ESA and NASA Perspectives, September 15, 2020.
  2. Dennehy, C.; Wolf, A.; Wu, A.; Chiang, R.; Stoneking, E,; and Ziemer, J.: Application of Micro-Thruster Technology for Space Observatory Pointing Stability. NASA/TM-20205011556/NESC-RP-18-01375, December 2020.
  3. Dennehy, C.: Autonomous GN&C Technology for NASA’s Next-Generation Missions: Drivers, Benefits, and Challenges. LSI Launch Event Presentation, March 3, 2021.
  4. Dennehy, C.; Wolf, A.; and Swanson, D.: Spacecraft Line-of-Sight Jitter Mitigation and Management Lessons Learned and Engineering Best Practices. 11th International ESA Virtual Conference on Guidance, Navigation & Control Systems, June 24, 2021.
  5. Wolf, A.; Dennehy, C.; Wu, A.; and Chiang, R.: Application of Micro-Thrusters for Space Observatory Precision Attitude Control. 11th International ESA Virtual Conference on Guidance, Navigation & Control Systems, June 20-25, 2021.
  6. Lockard, A.; VanZwieten, T.; Mann, J.; Keenan, M.; Behrend, C.; and Connell, B.: NASA’s Orion Crew Module Seakeeping Simulation and Test Comparisons in Ocean Wave Environments. OCEANS 2021, San Diego, CA.

Loads & Dynamics

  1. Johnson, A.; Doan, A.; Bremner, P.; Sills, J.; and Bruno. E.:  Assessment of Artemis-1 Pogo Flight Instrumentation System. AIAA SciTech Forum, January 2021, virtual.
  2. Kammer, D.; Blelloch, P.; and Sills, J.:  SLS Integrated Modal Test Uncertainty Quantification using the Hybrid Parametric Variation Method.  IMAC XXXIX, February 2021, virtual.
  3. Kammer, D.; Blelloch, P.; and Sills, J.:  Probability Bounds Analysis Applied to Multi-Purpose Crew Vehicle Nonlinearity. NASA/TM−20210013948, NESC-NPP-16-01110.
  4. Sills, J.; Majed, A.; and Henkel, E.:  A Flexible Multibody Approach to Space Launch System Liftoff Pad Separation with Umbilical Disconnect. AIAA SciTech Forum, January 2021, virtual.
  5. Sills, J.; Majed, A.; and Henkel, E.:  Fusion of Test and Analysis: Artemis I Booster to Mobile Launcher Interface Validation. IMAC XXXIX, February 2021, virtual. 

Materials

  1. Glendening, A.; Russell, R.: NASA’s Standards and Qualification for Additive Manufacturing. TRISMAC2021, 6th Trilateral Safety and Mission Assurance Conference, May 20, 2021.
  2. Wells, D.; Glendening, A.; Cordner, S.; and Russell R.: Additive Manufacturing Design, Process and Quality Controls. Quality Leadership Forum, May 27, 2021.
  3. Frazier, W., et. al.:  Unleashing the Potential of Additive Manufacturing: FAIR AM Data Management Principles. AM&P, July/August 2021.
  4. Hochhalter, J. and Paez, R.:  Designing Validation Experiments: Combining Modeler and Experimentalist Perspectives. TMS VV&UQ Short Course, August 2021
  5. Glass, D.:  NASA Hypersonics Technology Project Research and Development on Advanced Carbon/Carbon-6. JANNAF Conference, December 2020.
  6. Russell, R.:  A Summary of NASA’s Efforts for the Development and Certification and Qualification of Additively Manufactured Hardware.  16th European Conference on Spacecraft Structures, Materials and Environmental Testing, March 2021, virtual.
  7. Russell, R.: Qualification and Certification Strategies for Additive Manufactured Parts for Manned Spaceflight. TMS EPD/MPMD Awards Ceremony, March 16, 2021.
  8. Gumpinger, J.; Seifi, M.; Shamsaei, N.; Seidel, C.; Russell, R.:  Recent Progress on Global Standardization. Book chapter.
  9. Wells, D.: NASA’s Implementation of Additive Manufacturing in Space Systems. U.S. Army AM Summit, June 2021, Auburn University.

Mechanical Systems

  1. Miller, C.; DellaCorte, C.; and Zou, M.: Nanomechanical Properties of Hardened 60NiTi. Materials Science and Engineering, A, Volume 800, 2021, 140284.
  2. Sean H. Mills, Christopher DellaCorte, Ronald D. Noebe, Behnam Amin-Ahmadi, Aaron P. Stebner, Rolling contact fatigue deformation mechanisms of nickel-rich nickel-titanium-hafnium alloys, Acta Materialia, Volume 209, 2021, 116784.
  3. Mills, S.; DellaCorte, C.; Noebe, R.; Mills, M.; Stebner, A.; and Amin-Ahmadi, B.: Heat Treatment – Microstructure – Hardness Relationships of New Nickel-Rich Nickel-Titanium-Hafnium Alloys Developed for Tribological Applications. Materialia, Volume 16, 2021, 101064.
  4. Hawkins, L.; Filatov, A.; Khatri, R.; DellaCorte, C.; and Howard, S.:  Design of a Compact Magnetically Levitated Blower for Space Applications.  Journal of Engineering for Gas Turbines and Power, Volume 143/09101-2. 

Nondestructive Evaluation

  1. Koshti, A.; Parker, P.; Forsyth, D.; Suits, M.; Walker, J.; and Prosser, W.:  Guidebook for Limited Sample Probability of Detection Demonstration for Single-Hit Nondestructive Evaluation Methods. NASA/TM-20210018515, July 2021.

Passive Thermal

  1. Rickman, S. L.: Introduction to Orbits. Aerospace and Aviation Academy, June 27, 2021. Houston, TX.
  2. Rickman, S.; Furst, B.; and Johnson, K.: Thermal Testing and Analysis Techniques for Wires and Wire Bundles. 8th European Thermal Sciences Conference, September 2021, virtual.

Propulsion

  1. Coutts, J.; Parker, D.; Dorney, D.; and McClure, M.: NASA State of Evaluation of High Purity Hydrazine and Monomethylhydrazine. JANNAF Paper, 68th JPM/PIB/15th MSS/12th LPS/11th SPS Joint Subcommittee Meeting, June 7, 2021.
  2. Dorney, D.; McClure, M.; Ward, J.; Hamilton, S.; Wentzel, D.; and Dickens, K.: Effects of Helium Concentration on TEA-TEB Combustion in Oxygen, JANNAF Paper, 68th JPM/PIB /15th MSS/12th LPS/11th SPS Joint Subcommittee Meeting, June 8, 2021. NASA/TM-20210018852.
  3. Hickman, H.; VanZwieten, T.; Youngquist, R.; Biagi, C.; Dorney, D.; Brown, A.; Wray, T.; Williams, R.; Guzik, M.; Nguyen, T.; Leidecker, H.; and Huang, Z.: Independent Assessment of Three Mass Gauging Technologies for Cryogenic Propellants in Microgravity. NASA/TM-20210018846.
  4. DeSain, J. Brian, B. B., and Mueller, M. J.:  Literature Review of Helium Solubility in Nitrogen Tetroxide and Monomethylhydrazine. Aerospace Corporation Report No. ATR-2021-01550, June 1, 2021.

Science

  1. Valinia, A.; Dennehy, C.; Dube, M.; Gentz, S.; Kirsch, M.; Minow, J.; Pellicciotti, J.; Singh, U.; Wilson, T.: The Role of NASA Engineering and Safety Center (NESC) in Advancing NASA’s Astrophysics Missions (Past, Present, and Future). Proc. SPIE 11443. Space Telescopes and Instrumentation 2020: Optical, Infrared, and Millimeter Wave. 1144308; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2575657, December 13, 2020.
  2. Valinia, A.; Minow, J.; Pellish, J.; Allen, J.; Vera, A.; White, N.: Safe Human Expeditions Beyond Low Earth Orbit. NOAA Space Weather Workshop, April 20-22, 2021, virtual.
  3. Valinia, A.: NESC Update, Lunar Surface Science Workshop: Progress and Challenges (Updates from NASA HQ and Artemis). April 29, 2021, virtual.
  4. Valinia, A.: Preserving the Space Domain (Keynote Speech).  MITRE Grand Challenges Power Hour, September 23, 2021, virtual.
  5. Pham, T.; Ganel, O.; Valinia, A.; Siegler, N.; Crill, B.; and Perez, M.: Advances in Optical and Mechanical Technologies for Telescopes and Instrumentation IV. Volume: 11451,  Pages: 1145107.  Dec 13, 2020.

Software

  1. Prokop, L.; Dorney, D.; Feather, M.; and Johnson, S.: Case Studies in Verifying Spacecraft Autonomy. 2021 IEEE Aerospace Conference, March 6-13, 2021. Also accepted as a book chapter by Springer.

Space Environments

  1. Debchoudhury, S.; Barjatya, A.; Minow, J.; Coffey, V.; Chandler, M.:  Comparison of Plasma Parameters at Solar Minima between Langmuir Probe Observations onboard International Space Station and IRI Empirical Model, Abstract SA010-000. 2020 Fall Meeting, American Geophysical Union, December 1 – 17, 2020, virtual.
  2. Minow, J.: Solar Wind as a Space Radiation Environment. 43rd COSPAR Scientific Assembly, January 28 – February 4, 2021, Sydney, Australia (and virtual).
  3. Zheng, Y.; Ganushkina, N.; Jiggens, P.; Jordanova, V.; Jun, I.; Meier, M.M.; Mann, I.; Minow, J.; O’Brien, P.; Pitchford, D.; Shprits, Y.; Tobiska, W.; Xapsos, M.; Rastaetter, L.; Kuznetsova, M.: Near-Earth Radiation and Plasma Environment Community Approach to Model Validation Regarding Impacts on (Aero)space Assets. 43rd COSPAR Scientific Assembly, January 28 – February 4, 2021, Sydney, Australia (and virtual).
  4. Jun, I.; Guo, J.; Yao, Z.; Plainaki, C.: COSPAR ISWAT-H4: Space weather at planetary bodies in the Solar System, 43rd COSPAR Scientific Assembly, January 28 – February 4, 2021, Sydney, Australia (and virtual).
  5. Bruzzone, J.; Weryk, R.; Janches, D.; Baumann, C.; Stober, G.; Hormaechea, J.: Observation of the A Carinid Meteor Shower Unexpected Outburst. The Planetary Science Journal, 2, 56, 2021; https://doi.org/10.3847/PSJ/abe9af.
  6. Martinez-Sierra, L.; Jun, I.; Ehresmann, B.; Hassler, D.; Litvak, M.; Mitrofanov, I.; Zeitlin, C.: Mars Neutron Radiation Environment from HEND/Odyssey and DAN/MSL Observations. 2021 Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, March 2021, Woodlands, TX.
  7. Parker, L.; Minow, J.; Pulkkinen, A.; St. Cyr, O.; Jun, I.; Semones, E.; Onsager, T.; Hock, R.; Mertens, C.; Allen, J.; Fry, D.: Space Weather Architectures for NASA Missions. Heliophysics 2050, May 2021, virtual.
  8. Minow, J.; Janches, D.; Jun, I.; Matney, M.; Parker, L.: NESC Space Environment Activities. SCAF 2021 Virtual Workshop, May 11-12, 2021, virtual.
  9. Mertens, C.; Gronoff, G.; Zheng, Y.; Buhler, J.; Willis, E.; Jun, I.; Minow, J.: NAIRAS Model Characterization of the LEO Environment for the Assessment of SEE Radiation Risks. SEE Symposium and MAPLD Workshop, August 31-September 2, 2021, virtual.
  10. Minow, J.; Parker, L.; Mertens, C.; Allen, J.; Fry, D.; Semones, E.; Hock, R.; Jun, I.; Onsager, T.; Pulkkinen, A.; St. Cyr, C.: An Assessment of Space Weather Architectures to Support Deep Space Exploration. SEE Symposium and MAPLD Workshop, August 31-September 2, 2021, virtual.
  11. Debchoudhury, S.; Barjatya, A.; Minow, J.; Coffey, V.; Chandler, M.: Observations and Validation of Plasma Density, Temperature, and O+ Abundance from a Langmuir Probe Onboard the International Space Station. Journal of Geophysical Research, https://doi.org/10.1029/2021JA029393, 2021.
  12. Panka, P.; Weryk, R.; Bruzzone, J.; Janches, D.; Schult, C.; Stober, G.; Hormaechea, J.: An Improved Method to Measure Head Echoes Using a Meteor Radar. The Planetary Science Journal, 2, 197, https://iopscience.iop.org/article/10.3847/PSJ/ac22b2, 2021.

Structures

  1. Kenneth R. Hamm, K.; Imtiaz, K.; Raju, I.: Some Remaining Challenges in Aerospace Structures. AIAA SciTech 2021,10.2514/6.2021-0574, January 2021.

Systems Engineering

  1. Palma, G.; Mesmer, B.; Guerin, A.; Weger, K.: Identifying Multidisciplinary Metrics to Analyze NASA Case Studies. IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication, June 2021, Volume 64, Issue 2, p. 170-184.
  2. Lambe, L.; Watson, M.; Camberos, J.; Mesmer, B.; Johnson, S.: Category Theory for Engineers and Scientists. Submitted to IEEE Journal of Systems Engineering in September 2020.
  3. Eaton, C.; White, C.; Mesmer, B.: Comparing Formation Methods for Value Models for the NASA Artemis Human Landing System. AIAA SciTech 2021, January 2021, virtual.
  4. Banks, A.; Matsuyama, L.; Eaton, C.; Palma, G.; Guerin, A.; Mesmer, B.; Weger, K.; Friedrich, D.: The Truth is Out There: Insights from Improv with NASA. AIAA SciTech 2021, January 2021, virtual.
  5. Eaton, C.; McGukin, R.; Gearhardt, L.; Mesmer, B.; Weger, K.: Using a Failure Classification Scheme to Better Understand NASA Case Studies. UAH Research Horizons, March 2021, virtual.
  6. Driscoll, A.: Debunking Stress Rupture Theories Using Weibull Regression Plots. DATAWorks, April 12-14, 2021.
  7. Womack, J.: Computing Risk of Pyrotechnic Devices Using Lot Acceptance Testing. Military Operations Research, Vol 26, No. 1, pp. 1-20.

2020

Aerosciences 

1. Schuster, D.: State of the NASA Aerosciences Discipline. AIAA Sci Tech 2020, January 6-10, 2020, Orlando, FL. 

2. Schuster, D.: CFD Vision 2030 Integration Committee – Spaceflight Grand Challenge, AIAA SciTech 2020, January 6-10, 2020, Orlando, FL. 

3. Mitchell, D.; Klyde, D; Pitoniak, S.; Schulze, P.; Manriquez, J.; Hoffler, K.; Jackson, E.: NASA Flying Qualities Research Contributions to MIL-STD-1797C, NASA/CR-2020-5002350. 

4. Schuster, D.: CFD 2030 Grand Challenge: CFD-in-the-Loop Monte Carlo Flight Simulation for Space Vehicle Design. AIAA SciTech, Nashville, TN. 

Avionics 

1. Slenski, G.: COP Flight Connector and Wiring. Virtual 2020 NEPP Electronics Technology Workshop, June 15-17, 2020, Greenbelt, MD. 

Cryogenics 

1. Meyer, M.: In-Space Cryogenic Propellant Storage and Transfer Systems for Crewed Exploration: A Boiling (Prevention) Challenge.  NASA SLPSRA Fluid Physics Workshop, October 16-17, 2019, Cleveland, OH. 

2. Meyer, M.: The NASA Cryogenics Tech. Discipline Team and an Update of the Long-Life Space Cryocooler Flight Operating Experience Survey 

3. Meyer, M.: Cryogenic Fluid Management Technology Maturity Assessment: Liquid Hydrogen Systems for NTP Liquid Methane/Liquid Oxygen for In Space Chemical Propulsion Stage. Virtual Space Nuclear Propulsion Technologies Meeting 2.  

Environmental Control & Life Support 

1. Abney, M.; Schnedier, W.; Brown, B.; Stanley, C.; Lange, K.; Wetzel, J.; Morrow, R.; Gatens, R.: Comparison of Exploration Oxygen Recovery Technology Options Using ESM and LSMAC. International Conference on Environmental Systems, 2020.  

Guidance, Navigation, & Control 

1. Orr, J.; Wall, J.; Dennehy, C.: The Enduring Legacy of Saturn V Launch Vehicle Flight Dynamics and Control Design Principles and Practices. 70th International Astronautical Congress, October 21-25, 2019, Washington, DC. 

2. Vertaska, I.; VanZwieten, T.; Mann, J.; Connell, B.; Radke, T.; Bernatovich, M.: Dynamic Characterization of the Crew Module Uprighting System for the NASA Orion Crew Module. OCEANS 2019 Seattle, October 27-31, 2019, Seattle, WA. 

3. Ruth, M.: Use of Exponential Damping Functions as Basis-Coordinates for Analyzing Slosh-Decay Data. JANNAF 10th Spacecraft Propulsion (SPS) Subcommittees, December 9-13, 2019, Tampa, FL. 

4. VanZwieten, T.: Overview of Nonlinear Propellant Slosh Damping Testing and Analysis. JANNAF 10th Spacecraft Propulsion (SPS) Subcommittees, December 9-13, 2019, Tampa, FL. 

5. VanZwieten, T.: Nonlinear Damping Results for Bare and Baffled Tanks. JANNAF 10th Spacecraft Propulsion (SPS) Subcommittees, December 9-13, 2019, Tampa, FL. 

6. Hall, R.; Bertaska, I.; Powers, J.: Space Launch System Implementation of Nonlinear Slosh Damping Models for Flight Control System Design. JANNAF 10th Spacecraft Propulsion (SPS) Subcommittees, December 9-13, 2019, Tampa, FL. 

7. VanZwieten, T.; Brodnick, J.; Reese, S.; Ruth, M.; Marsell, B.; Parks, R.: Nonlinear Slosh Damping Testing and Analysis for Launch Vehicle Propellant Tanks. 2020 AIAA SciTech Forum, January 6-10, 2020, Orlando, FL 

8. Dennehy, C.: Codename Corona: America’s First Imaging Reconnaissance Satellite. 43rd Annual AAS Guidance, Navigation and Control Conference, January 30 – February 5, 2020, Breckenridge, CO. 

9. Orr, J.: Modeling and Simulation of Rotary Sloshing in Launch Vehicles. 44th Annual AAS Guidance, Navigation and Control Conference, Breckenridge, CO. 

Human Factors 

1. Novak, B.: Human Systems Integration for Safety-Critical Range Operations at Wallops Flight Facility. NASA Human Factors Community Webcast, October 8, 2019, Hampton, VA. 

2. Null, C.: Why Human Errors are a Good Thing, and the Unintended Consequences for Human Factors. BBCSS Fall 2019 Meeting, November 20, 2019, Washington, DC. 

3. Holbrook, J.: Using Worker-Generated Data to Characterize Resilient Performance Strategies. Quality and Safety in Children’s Health Conference, March 9-11, 2020, Kansas City, MO. 

4. Holbrook, J.: A Data-Driven Approach to Recognizing and Understanding Human Contributions to Aviation Safety. 73rd Annual International Air Safety Summit, Virtual Global Event. 

Loads & Dynamics 

1. Matt Griebel, M.; Wilson, J.; Johnson, A.; Erickson, B.; Doan, A.; Flanigan, C.; Bremner, P.; Sills, J.; Bruno, E.: Orion E-STA Nonlinear Dynamic Correlation and Coupled Loads Analysis. 2019 Spacecraft and Launch Vehicle Dynamic Environments Workshop.  

2. Doan, A.; Johnson, A.; Griebel, M.; Flanigan, C.; Bremner, P.; Sills, J.; Bruno, E.: End-to-End Assessment of Development Flight Instrumentation for Vibration Modes Identification on SLS Exploration Flight EM-1. 2019 Spacecraft and Launch Vehicle Dynamic Environments Workshop. 

3. Kammer, D.; Blelloch, P., Sills, J.:  SLS Uncertainty Quantification Based on Component Level Modal Tests.  2019 Spacecraft and Launch Vehicle Dynamic Environments Workshop. 

4. Majed, A.; Henkel, E., Sills, J.: A Deformed Geometry Coupling Technique for Determining Preloads of a Stacked Fueled Launch Vehicle. 2019 Spacecraft and Launch Vehicle Dynamic Environments Workshop.   

5. Allen, M.; Schoneman, J.; Scott, W.; Sills, J.: Leveraging Quasi-Static Modal Analysis for Nonlinear Transient Dynamics. 2019 Spacecraft and Launch Vehicle Dynamic Environments Workshop.  

6. Allen, M.; Schoneman, J.; Scott, W.; Sills, J.: Application of Quasi-Static Modal Analysis to an Orion Multi-Purpose Crew Vehicle Test Article. IMAC 38, February 10-13, 2020, Houston, TX. 

7. Doan, A.; Johnson, A.;  Loogman, T.;  Bremner, P.; Sills, J.; Bruno, E.: End-to-End Assessment of Artemis-1 Development Flight Instrumentation, IMAC 38, February 10-13, 2020, Houston, TX. 

8. Johnson, A.; Griebel, M.; Erickson, B.; Doan, A.; Flanigan, C.; Wilson, J.; Bremner, P.; Sills, J.; Bruno, E.: Orion E-STA Nonlinear Dynamic Correlation and Coupled Loads Analysis, IMAC 38, February 10-13, 2020, Houston, TX. 

9. Kammer, D.; Blelloch, P.; Sills, J.: Variational Coupled Loads Analysis using the Hybrid Parametric Variation Method. IMAC 38, February 10-13, 2020, Houston, TX. 

10. McManamen, J.; Sills, J.: The Artemis Challenge: Another Revolution in Structural Dynamics. IMAC 38, February 10-13, 2020, Houston, TX. 

11. Napolitano, K.: Feasibility Study to Extract Artemis-1 Fixed Base Modes While Mounted on a Dynamically Active Mobile Launch Platform. IMAC 38, February 10-13, 2020, Houston, TX.  

12. Sills, J.; Majed, A.; Henkel, E.: A Deformed Geometry Synthesis Technique for Determining Stacking and Cryogenically Induced Preloads for the Space Launch System. IMAC 38, February 10-13, 2020, Houston, TX. 

13. Akers, J.; Sills, J.: Space Launch System Mobile Launcher Modal Pretest Analysis. IMAC 38, February 10-13, 2020, Houston, TX. 

14. Johnson, D.; Shaker, J.; Hunt, R.: International Space Station (ISS) Cargo Tool Loads Analysis – Independent Verification and Validation (IV&V). NASA/TM-2020-5001542/NESC-RP-18-01370, April 2020 

15. Sills, J.: Multidisciplinary Dynamic Testing Challenges in Validating the NASA Artemis Architecture. 13th AICE Annual Congress, October 2020. 

16. Sills, J.: Fusion of Test and Analysis: Artemis I Booster to Mobile Launcher Interface Validation. IMAC, Orlando, FL. 

Materials 

1. Glendening, A.; Russell, R.: New Technologies Additive Manufacturing: AM from Customer’s Perspective. CQSDI Conference, March 9-10, 2020, Cape Canaveral, FL. 

2. Russell, R.: NASA’s Philosophy for the Qualification and Certification of Additively Manufactured Components, The Aircraft Airworthiness and Sustainment Conference, August 26, 2020. 

3. Russell, R., Wells, D., West, B.; Glendening, A.: NASA’s Plans for the Release of Standards for Additive Manufactured Components, JANNAF Additive Manufacturing for Propulsion Applications TIM, September 14-17, 2020. 

4. Russell, R.; Wells, D.: NASA-STD-6030 Additive Manufacturing Requirements for Crewed Spaceflight Systems Foundational Principles, ASTM F42.07.02 Spaceflight Applications Subsection, September 2020. 

5. Kobyashi, T.; Shockey, D.; Wells, D.: Identifying Microstructural Features that Control Fracture in Additive Materials. International Journal of Fracture, September 2020. 

Mechanisms 

1. Howard, S.; DellaCorte, C.; Dube, M.: Magnetic Levitation for Long-Life Space Mechanisms: Technology Assessment and Remaining Challenges. NASA/TM-2019-220052. 

2. Dube, M.; Fisher, J.; Loewenthal, S.; Ward, P.: Recovery and Operational Best Practices for Reaction Wheel Bearings. 45th Aerospace Mechanisms Symposium, May 13-15, 2020, Houston, TX. 

Passive Thermal 

1. Walker, W.; Rickman, S.; Darcy, E.; Darst, J.; Calderon, D.; Brown, R.; Hagen, R.; Sauter, A.; Hughes, P.; Bayles, G.; Petrushenko, D.; Comick, S.:  Status and Preliminary Results for the Large Format Fractional Thermal Runaway Calorimeter (L-FTRC), NASA Aerospace Battery Workshop, November 21, 2019, Huntsville, AL. 

2. Rickman, S.: Small-format Fractional Thermal Runaway Calorimetry (S-FTRC), University of Texas, March 2020, El Paso, TX. 

3. Rickman, S.: Introduction to Orbital Mechanics and Spacecraft Attitudes for Thermal Engineers. NESC Academy presentation, TFAWS, August 19, 2020, Hampton, VA. 

4. Rickman, S.: Introduction to Orbital Mechanics and Spacecraft Attitudes for Thermal Engineers. Virtual Thermal and Fluids Analysis Workshop, August 2020.  

5. Wehmeyer, G.: Passive Heat Switching Using Temperature-Dependent Magnetic Forces. NESC Academy Presentation.  

Propulsion 

1. Marcum, J.; Gabl, J.; Dorney, D.: Effects of Common Engine Variables on MMH/RFNA Combustion Stability. JANNAF Journal Manuscripts, Volume 12, Issue 1, November 2019. 

2. Marcum, J.; Gabl, J.; Dorney, D.: Effects of Material Composition, Condensed Reaction Products, and Temperature on Combustion Stability of MMH/NTO Thrusters. JANNAF Journal Manuscripts, Volume 12, Issue 1, December 2019. 

3. Harrigan, G..; Peralta, S.: Material Compatibility Assessments for Spacecraft Oxidizer Systems. JANNAF, September 11, 2020. 

4. Gabl, J.; Whitehead, B., Pourpoint, T.: MON-3 Cavitation Model Verification Using Pressure Synchronized High-Speed Video. NASA In-Space Chemical Propulsion Technical Interchange Meeting, JANNAF, September 29, 2020.  

5. Marcum, J.; Manheim, J.;  Boulos, V.; Updike, B.; Kenttämaa, H.; and Pourpoint, T.:  Investigation of the MMH/NTO Reaction Mechanism Using Mass Spectrometry and Laser Desorption/Ionization. 42nd JANNAF PEDCS Meeting, Virtual Event, September 29, 2020. 

6. Coutts, J.; Oropeza, C.; Mullen, C.; Parker, D.; Krewson, D.:  Identification of Other Carbonaceous Materials and Elemental Content in Ketazine-Derived High Purity Hydrazine. JANNAF, October 1, 2020. 

Science 

1. Valinia, A.; Dube, M.; Iannello, C.; Jackson, G.; Kirsch, M.; Pellerano, F.; Squire, M.; Wilson, T.: The Role of NASA Engineering and Safety Center (NESC) in Advancing NASA’s Earth Science Missions (Past, Present, and Future). SPIE Digital Library Remote Sensing 2020 Conference (Online Forum), Proc. SPIE 11530, Sensors, Systems, and Next-Generation Satellites XXIV, 115300N, September 20, 2020. 

Sensors & Instrumentation 

1. Singh, U.: Active Optical Remote Sensing Vision and Strategy for NASA’s Future Earth and Space Science Missions. International Radiation Symposium (IRS 2020), July 6-10, 2020, Thessaloniki, Greece. 

2. Singh, U.; Horan, S.: Proceedings of the NASA Technical Interchange Meeting on Active Optical Systems for Supporting Science, Exploration, and Aeronautics Measurements Needs. NASA/CP-2019-220422, L-21082, NF1676L-35025, Columbia, MD.  

Systems Engineering 

1. Holladay, J.; Knizhnik, J.; Weiland, K.; Grondin, T.; Jones-McDowall, K.: Realized Benefits from the Model-Based Systems Engineering Infusion and Modernization Initiative, 63rd Japan Federation of Space Science and Technology, November 6-8, 2019, Tokushima, Japan. 

2. Johnson, K.: Applying NASA-STD-7009 Standard for Models and Simulations to Surrogate and Other Statistical Models. JANNAF 10th Spacecraft Propulsion Subcommittees, December 9-13, 2019, Tampa, FL. 

3. Knizhnik, J.; Weiland, K.; Grondin, T.; Holladay, J.: NASA MBSE Update.  NASA/JAXA MBSE TIM, February 18, 2020, Greenbelt, MD. 

4. Holladay, J.: NASA MBSE Overview, Approach, Culture and Reality.  2020 ASQ Collaboration on Quality in the Space and Defense Industries, Digital Transformation Panel, March 9, 2020. 

5. Knizhnik, J.; Jones-McDowall, K.; Weiland, K.; Holladay, J.; Grondin, T.: An Exploration of Lessons Learned from NASA’s MBSE Infusion and Modernization Initiative (MIAMI). 2020 NIST MBE Summit, Mar 30 – Apr 4, 2020, Gaithersburg, MD. 

6. Barth, T.; Lilley, S.: Recurring Causes of Human Spaceflight Mishaps During Flight Tests and Early Operations. NESC Academy Presentation, May 14, 2020. 

7. Knizhnik, J. Weiland K., Holladay, J.: Status to DoD on NASA MBSE Activities. Department of Defense, Benchmark of NASA Efforts in Digital Transformation, May 2020. 

8. Knizhnik, J.; Holladay, J.; Pawlikowski, G.: Independent Assessment of Perception from External/non-NASA Systems Engineering (SE) Sources. Systems Engineering State of the Discipline, NASA Academy webinar, July 20, 2020. 

9. Holladay, J.: What Makes an Outstanding SE – Harder Than You Think, It’s a Beautiful Thing. NASA Systems Engineering Workshop, Virtual, September 22, 2020. 

10. Infeld, S.: An Innovative Jump Start for MBSE Tooling. Virtual. 

11. Knizhnik, J.: Systems Engineering and Model Based Systems Engineering Stakeholder State of the Discipline. NESC Webinar. 

12. Knizhnik, J.: Suggested MBSE Implementation Plan Approaches.  Virtual 

Space Environments 

1. Bruzzone, J.; Janches, D.; Jenniskens, P.; Weryk, R.; Hormaechea, J.: A Comparative Study of Radar and Optical Observations of Meteor Showers Using SAAMER-OS and CAMS. Planetary and Space Science, vol. 188, doi:  10.1016/j.pss.2020.104936, 2020. 

2. Coffey, V.; Sazykin, S.; Minow, J.; Newheart, A.; Chandler, M.; Willis, E.: ISS FPMU Observations of Ionospheric Plasma Variability. Abstract SA44A-13, 2019 Fall Meeting, American Geophysical Union, December 9 – 13, 2019, San Francisco, CA. 

3. Janches, D.; Brunini, C.; Hormaechea, J.: A Decade of Sporadic Meteoroid Mass Distribution Indices in the Southern Hemisphere Derived from SAAMER’s Meteor Observations. The Astronomical Journal, vol. 157(6): 240, doi: 10.3847/1538-3881/ab1b0f, 2019. 

4. Janches, D.; Bruzzone, J.; Hormaechea, J.; Weryk, R.; Gural, P.; Matney, M.; Minow, J.; Cooke, W.; Robinson, R.:  A Status Update on the Southern Hemisphere Meteoroid Measurements. 1st International Orbital Debris Conference, December 9-12, 2019, Sugarland, TX. 

5. Janches, D.; Bruzzone, J.; Weryk, R.; Hormaechea, J.; Wiegert, P.; Brunini, C.: Observations of an Unexpected Meteor Shower Outburst at High Ecliptic Southern Latitude and its Potential Origin. The Astrophysical Journal Letters, vol. 895(1), L25: doi: 10.3847/2041-8213/ab9181, 2020. 

6. Jenniskens, P.; Jopek, T.; Janches, D.; Hajdukova, M.; Kokhirova, G.; Rudawska, R.: On Removing Showers from the IAU Working List of Meteor Showers. Planetary and Space Science 104821, doi: 10.1016/j.pss.2019.104821, 2019. 

7. Lundgreen, P.: Electron Emission and Transport Properties Database for Spacecraft Charging Models. MS Thesis, Utah State University, August 2020, Logan, UT. 

8. Lundgreen, P.; Dennison, J.: Strategies for Determining Electron Yield Material Parameters for Spacecraft Charge Modeling. Space Weather Journal, vol. 19(4), doi: 10.1029/2019SW002346, 2020. 

9. Lundgreen, P.; Dennison, J.: Quantifying Materials Surface Conditions through Secondary Electron Yield Measurements, American Physical Society Four Corners Meeting, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, October 11-12, 2019, Prescott, AZ. 

10. Minow, J.: NESC Space Environment Activities. 11th NASA Space Exploration and Space Weather Workshop, October 17, 2019, GSFC, Greenbelt, MD. 

11. Minow, J.; Zheng, Y.; Rastaetter, L.: Real-Time Internal Charging Model for Geostationary Orbit. Abstract SM31C-3546, 2019 Fall Meeting, American Geophysical Union, December 9-13, 2019, San Francisco, CA (invited). 

12. Taylor, T.; Lundgreen, P.; Dennison, J.: Secondary Electron Yield Analysis of Contamination Found on Long Duration Exposure Facility Panels. Utah State University Student Research Symposium, April 9, 2020, Logan, UT. 

13. Yang, T.; Park, J.; Kwak, Y.; Oyama, K.; Minow, J.: Characteristics of Equatorial Morning Overshoot Observed by the Swarm Constellation.  Abstract SA51B-3139, 2019 Fall Meeting, American Geophysical Union, December 9-13, 2019, San Francisco, CA. 

14. Yang, T.; Park, J.; Kwak, Y.; Oyama, K.; Minow, J.; Lee, J.:  Morning Overshoot of Electron Temperature as Observed by the Swarm Constellation and the International Space Station, Journal of Geophysical Research, vol. 125, doi: 10.1029/2019JA027299, 2019. 

15. Zheng, Y.; Ganushkina, N.; Jiggens, P.; Jun, I.; Meier, M.; Minow, J.; O’Brien, T.; Pitchford, D.; Shprits, Y.; Tobiska, W.; Xapsos, M.; Guild, T.; Mazur, J.; Kuznetsova, M.: Space Radiation and Plasma Effects on Satellites and Aviation: Quantities and Metrics for Tracking Performance of Space Weather Environment Models. Space Weather, vol. 17, doi: 10.1029/2018SW002042, 2019, pp 1384-1403. 

16. Zheng, Y.; Ganushkina, N.; Rastaetter, L.; Fok, M.; Jordanova, V.; Kellerman, A.; Morley, S.; Shprits, Y.; Li, X.; Horne, R.; Minow, J.; Kuznetsova, M.; and Modelers of the Near-Earth Space: Scoreboard of the Inner Magnetosphere Charging Environment:  Realtime Validation of an Ensemble of Community Models.  Abstract SM31C-3179, 2019 Fall Meeting, American Geophysical Union, December 9-13, 2019, San Francisco, CA. 

Structures 

1. Dawicke, D.: Recent DIC Activities at NASA Langley Research Center.  International Digital Image Correlation Society (iDICS) 2019 Conference and Workshop, October 14-17, Portland, OR. 

2019

Aerosciences 

1. Schuster, D.:  NASA Space Vehicle Design Criteria: An Example of the Challenges in Important Document Archival and Maintenance. 2019 Knowledge Community F2F, August 20-22, 2019, Hampton, VA. 

Avionics 

1. Ladbury, R.; Lauenstein, J.:  What’s My Prior? 2019 SEE Symposium, May 21, 2019, La Jolla, CA. 

Cryogenics 

1. Sasson, J.; Skaff, S.; Meyer, M.; Rios, D.; Hui, T.:  Densification of Liquid Oxygen – A Comparison of Numerical 

and Experimental Results. 28th Space Cryogenics Workshop,  

July 19, 2019, Southbury, CT. 

Environmental Control/Life Support 

1. Less, J.; Hall, K.:  NASA Pilot Breathing Assessment Update and Lessons Learned. Flight Test Safety Workshop, May 6-9, 2019, Charleston, SC. 

Flight Mechanics 

1. Campbell, N.; Squire, M.:  Entry, Descent, and Landing Time Series Data Curation Using Recurrence Networks. DATAWorks Workshop, April 9-11, 2019, Springfield, VA. 

2. Pei, J.; Roithmayr, C.; Barton, R.; Matz, D.; Beaty, J.:  

Modal Analysis of the Orion Capsule Two Parachute System. 

16th Interplanetary Probe Workshop, July 2019, Oxford, UK.   

3. Pei, J.; Roithmayr, C.; Barton, R.:  Modal Analysis of a Two Parachute Capsule System. AIAA Aviation Forum, June 2019, Dallas, TX.   

4. Pei, J.:  Nonlinear Analysis of a Two Parachute Cluster System Undergoing Pendulum Motion. AIAA Aviation Forum, June 2019, Dallas, TX.  

5. Roithmayr, C.; Beaty, J.; Pei, J.; Barton, R.:  Linear Analysis of a Two Parachute Cluster System Undergoing Pendulum Motion. AIAA Aviation Forum, June 2019, Dallas, TX.  

Guidance, Navigation, & Control 

1. Balas, M.; VanZwieten, T.; Hannan, M.:  Nonlinear Stability 

of the Space Launch System Flight Control System with Adaptive Augmenting Control. SciTech2019 Conference, January 7-11, 2019, San Diego, CA. 

2. Dennehy, N.:  A Survey of Reaction Wheel Disturbance Modeling Approaches for Spacecraft Line-of-Sight Jitter Performance Analysis. 2019 ESMATS Conference, September 2019, Germany.  

Human Factors 

1. Lawrence, C.:  Comparison of LSTC 5th, 50th and 95th Percentile Anthropomorphic Test Dummy LS-DYNA Finite Element Simulation Results to Sled Test Data. LSTC Corp. of Livermore, California, April 1, 2019, Livermore, CA. 

Loads & Dynamics 

1. Coppolino, R.:  Experimental Mode Verification (EMV) using Left-Hand Eigenvectors. Intl. Modal Analysis Conference 2019. 

2. Coppolino, R.:  Modal Test-Analysis Correlation using Left-Hand Eigenvectors. Intl. Modal Analysis Conference 2019.  

3. Coppolino, R.:  Roadmap for a Highly Improved Modal Test Process. Spacecraft and Launch Vehicles Dynamic Environments Workshop 2019.  

4. Larsen, C.; Irvine, T.:  The NESC: Shock and Vibration Training Program. Spacecraft and Launch Vehicle Dynamic Environment Workshop, June 4-6, 2019, El Segundo, CA. 

5. Sills, J.; Majed, A.; Henkel, E.:  A Deformed Geometry Coupling Technique for Determining Preloads of a Stacked Fueled Launch Vehicle. Spacecraft and Launch Vehicle Dynamic Environment Workshop, June 4-6, 2019, El Segundo, CA. 

6. Sills, J.; Blelloch, P.; Dickens, J.; Majed, A.:  Application of Modal Truncation Vectors to the Mixed and Fixed Boundary Dynamic Math Models. American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Science and Technology Forum, January 2019. 

7. Sills, J.; Allen, M.:  Historical Review of “Building Block Approach” in Validation for Human Space Flight. International Modal Analysis Conference 2019. 

8. Sills, J.; Kammer, D.; Blelloch, P.:  Test-Based Uncertainty Quantification and Propagation using Hurty/Craig-Bampton Substructure Representations. Intl. Modal Analysis Conference 2019. 

9. Sills, J.; Akers, J.; Otten, K.; Larsen, C.:  Modern Modal Testing: A Cautionary Tale. Intl. Modal Analysis Conference 2019. 

10. Sills, J.; Doan, A.; Johnson, A.; Griebe, M.; Flanigan, C.; Bremner, P.;  Bruno, E.:  End-to-End Assessment of Development Flight Instrumentation for Vibration Modes Identification on SLS Exploration Flight EM-1. Spacecraft and Launch Vehicles Dynamic Environments Workshop 2019.  

11. Sills, J.; Griebel, M.; Johnson, A.; Erickson, B.; Doan, A.; Flanigan, C.; Wilson, J.; Bremner, P.;  Bruno, E.:  Orion MPCV E-STA Nonlinear Correlation for NESC. Spacecraft and Launch Vehicle Dynamic Environment Workshop, June 4-6, 2019, El Segundo, CA. 

12. Sills, J.; Griebel, M.; Wilson J.; Johnson, A.; Erickson, B.; Doan, A.; Flanigan, C.; Bremner, P.; Bruno, E.:  Orion E-STA Nonlinear Dynamic Correlation and Coupled Loads Analysis. Spacecraft and Launch Vehicles Dynamic Environments Workshop 2019. 

13. Sills, J.; Kammer, D.; Blelloch, P.:  SLS Uncertainty Quantification Based on Component Level Modal Tests. Spacecraft and Launch Vehicles Dynamic Environments Workshop 2019.  

14. Sills, J.; Kaufman, D.; Majed, A.:  Accelerance Decoupling: Extracting SLS Free Modes from the Integrated Modal Test. Spacecraft and Launch Vehicle Dynamic Environment Workshop, June 4-6, 2019, El Segundo, CA. 

15. Sills, J.: Allen, M.; Schoneman, J.; Scott, W.:  Leveraging Quasi-Static Modal Analysis for Nonlinear Transient Dynamics. Spacecraft and Launch Vehicles Dynamic Environments Workshop 2019. 

16. Winkel, J.; Bittinger, S.; Suarez, V.; Akers, J.:  European Service Module – Structural Test Article (E-STA) Building Block Test Approach and Model Correlation Observations. Intl. Modal Analysis Conference 2019. 

Materials 

1. Kirsch, M.:  Composite Overwrapped Pressure Vessels. AIAA SciTech Forum & Exposition, January 7-11, 2019, San Diego, CA. 

2. Kobayashi, T.; Shockey, D.; Wells, D.:  Identifying Microstructural Features That Control Fracture in Additive Materials. Journal of Additive Manufacturing. 

3. Russell, R.; Wells, D.; Waller, J.; Poorganji, B.; Ott, E.; Nakagawa, T.; Sandoval, H..; Shamsaei, N.; Seifi, M.:  Qualification and Certification of Metal Additive Manufactured Hardware for Aerospace Applications. Additive Manufacturing for the Aerospace Industry, 1st Edition. 

4. Russell, R.:  A Summary of NASA ’s Efforts for the Development of Additive Manufactured Metallic Materials. 

3D Print Conference and Exhibition, June 2019. 

5. Russell, R.:  Re-tooling the Agency’s Engineering Predictive Practices for Durability and Damage Tolerance (D&DT). Aircraft Airworthiness and Sustainment (Australia) Conference, July 2019. 

6. Russell, R.:  NASA’s Plans for Development of Standards for Additive Manufactured Components. Made for Space, May 2019. 

7. Russell, R.:  NASA’s Engineering Predictive Practices for Durability and Damage Tolerance (D&DT) of Thin Walled Materials. Materials Science and Technology Conference, September 2019. 

8. Russell, R.:  NASA’s Plans for Development of Standards for Additive Manufactured Components. National Space & Missile Materials Symposium, June 2019. 

9. Russell, R.; Burke, E.; Carter, R.; Glaessgen, E.; Mcenerney, B.; Taminger, K.; Wells, D.:  A summary of NASA ’s Efforts for the Development of Additive Manufacturing Metallic Materials. TMS Annual Meeting and Exhibition, March 2019. 

10. Russell, R.; Hochhalter, J.;  Dawicke, D.; Wells, D.; Glaessgen, E.:  The Effects of Microstructure and Material Length Scales on the Fatigue Crack Growth Rates for Thin Wall Additive Manufactured Components. TMS Annual Meeting and Exhibition, March 2019. 

11. Russell, R.; Dawicke, D.; Hochhalter, J.:  Composite Overwrapped Pressure Vessel Life Test. Materials Science and Technology Conference, October 14-18, 2018, Columbus, OH. 

12. Russell, R.; Piascik, R.; Knight, N.; Glaessgen, E.: 

Re-tooling the Agency’s Engineering Predictive Practices for Durability and Damage Tolerance. ASTM Symposium on Structural Integrity of Additive Manufactured Parts, November 7-8, 2018, Washington, DC. 

13. Squire, M.:  Micrometeoroid and Orbital Debris Testing on Composite Overwrapped Pressure Vessels. Improving Space Operations Workshop, May 2-3, 2019, Santa Clara, CA. 

14. Squire, M.:  Micrometeoroid and Orbital Debris Testing on Composite Overwrapped Pressure Vessels. Applied Space Environments Conference, May 12-17, 2019, Los Angeles, CA. 

15. West B.; Wells D.; Russell R.:  NASA’s Plans for Development of Standards for Additive Manufactured Components. Aircraft Airworthiness and Sustainment (Australia) Conference, July 2019. 

Nondestructive Evaluation 

1. Case, J.; Kenderian, S.:  Orion Heat Shield Bond Quality Inspection: Engineering a Technique. Materials Evaluation,  

vol. 77(1), January 2019, pp. 94-101. 

2. Case, J., Kenderian, S.:  Orion Heat Shield Bond Quality Inspection: Complete Inspection System. Materials Evaluation, vol. 77(1), January 2019, pp. 102-110.  

3. Kenderian, S.; Case, J.; Kim, Y.:  Orion Heat Shield Bond Quality Inspection: Developing a Technique. Materials Evaluation, vol. 77(1), January 2019, pp. 83-93. 

Passive Thermal 

1. Rickman, S.:  Advances in Thermal Testing and Analysis of Wire and Wire Bundles. Science & Technology Meeting, Electrical Wiring and Power Systems, December 2018, Houston, TX. 

2. Rickman, S.:  Building Your First SINDA Model, NESC Academy, January 31, 2019, Hampton, VA. 

3. Rickman, S.:  Introduction to Numerical Methods in Heat Transfer. Thermal and Fluids Analysis Workshop, August 2019, Newport News, VA. 

4. Rickman, S.:  Introduction to Orbits. Rice University Aerospace and Aviation Academy, June 2019, Houston, TX. 

5. Rickman, S.:  Introduction to Passive Thermal Control and Thermal Protection. Rice University Aerospace and Aviation Academy, June 2019, Houston, TX. 

6. Rickman, S.; Richards, W.; Piazza, A.; Christiansen, E.; Pena, F.; Parker, A.:  Micrometeoroid and Orbital Debris Impact Detection and Location Using Fiber Optic Strain Sensing. U.S. Patent No. 10,267,694, April 23, 2019. 

7. Walker, W.; Darst, J.; Finegan, D.; Bayles, G.; Johnson, K.; Darcy, E.; Rickman, S.:  Combining Fractional Calorimetry with Statistical Methods to Characterize Thermal Runaway. Battery Safety Summit, October 2018. 

8. Walker, W.; Darst, J.; Finegan, D.; Bayles, G.; Johnson, K.; Darcy, E.; Rickman, S.:  Coupling Fractional Thermal Runaway Calorimetry Results with Statistical Analysis Methods, NASA Aerospace Battery Workshop, November 2018.  

9. Walker, W.; Darst, J.; Finegan, D.; Pham, M.; Heenan, T.; Hughes, P.; Pizano, S.; Bayles, G.; Johnson, K.;  (continued…) 

Darcy, E.; Rickman, S.:  Combining Fractional Calorimetry with Statistical Methods to Characterize Thermal Runaway. International Battery Seminar and Exhibit. March 2019. 

10. Walker, W.; Rickman, S.; Darcy, E.; Hughes, P.; Pizano, S.:  Enhancing Battery Safety with Fractional Thermal Runaway Calorimetry. Battery Show Europe, May 2019, Stuttgart, Germany. 

11. Walker, W.; Darst, J.; Finegan, D.; Bayles, G.; Johnson, K.; Darcy, E.; Rickman, S:  Decoupling of Heat Generated from Ejected and Non-Ejected Contents of 18650-Format Lithium-ion Cells Using Statistical Methods. Journal of Power Sources, Volume 415, March 2019. 

Sensors/Instrumentation 

1. Singh, U.:  Laser Remote Sensors for NASA’s Future Earth and Space Missions. 29th International Laser Radar Conference, June 24-28, 2019, Hefei, China. 

2. Singh, U.:  Active Optical Remote Sensing Sensors and Instrumentation for NASA’s Future Earth and Space Science Measurements/Missions. 2019 IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium, July 28-August 2, 2019, Yokohama, Japan. 

Space Environments 

1. Minow, J.:  SCAF Workshop 2018 Welcome and Motivation. SCAF Workshop 2018, December 11-12, 2018, Chantilly, VA. 

2. Minow, J.; Neergaard Parker, L.:  Spacecraft Charging Material Properties Database. 14th International Symposium on Materials in the Space Environment, October 1-5, 2018, Biarritz, FR. 

3. Minow, J.; Neergaard Parker, L.:  NESC Space Environments Activities. 10th NASA Space Exploration and Space Weather Workshop, October 10, 2018, Greenbelt, MD. 

Structures 

1. Kosztowny, C.:  Processing and Implementing Geometric Imperfections into Analyses. 6th Shell Buckling Knockdown Factor Project Workshop, June 4-6, 2019, Greenbelt, MD. 

2. Przekop, A.:  Large-Scale Sandwich Cylinder Test-Article Design and Analysis. 6th Shell Buckling Knockdown Factor Project Workshop, June 4-6, 2019, Greenbelt, MD. 

3. Song, K.:  Buckling Analysis of Sandwich Composite Cylinders: Approach and Lessons Learned. 6th Shell Buckling Knockdown Factor Project Workshop, June 4-6, 2019, Greenbelt, MD. 

4. Schultz, M.:  6th Shell Buckling Knockdown Factor Project Workshop: Day 1. 6th Shell Buckling Knockdown Factor Project Workshop, June 4-6, 2019, Greenbelt, MD. 

5. Schultz, M.:  First Large-Scale Composite Cylinder Test and Analysis. 6th Shell Buckling Knockdown Factor Project Workshop, June 4-6, 2019, Greenbelt, MD. 

6. Schultz, M., Hilburger, M., Rudd, M.:  Shell Buckling Knockdown Factor Project Composites Overview. 6th Shell Buckling Knockdown Factor Project Workshop, June 4-6, 2019, Greenbelt, MD. 

Systems Engineering 

1. Hanson, A.; Mindock, J.; Hailey, M.; McGuire, K.; Bardina, J.; Toscano, B.; Winther, S.; Rubin, D.; Cerro, J.; Abdelmelek, M.; Rubin, A.; Kockler, M.:  A Model-Based Systems Engineering Approach to Exploration Medical System Development. 2019 IEEE Aerospace Conference, Big Sky, MT. Best Paper Award: IEEE Aerospace Conference, Software and Computing Track. 

2. Holladay, J.; Jones-McDowall, K.:  Model Based Systems Engineering, NASA Infusion and Selected Lessons Learned Highlights. U.S. Marine Corp Strategic Command, August 21, 2019. 

3. Holladay, J.; Jones-McDowall, K.:  Model Based Systems Engineering, Application to U.S. Space Mission Definition and Integration and Selected Lessons Learned Highlights. U.S. Air Force Strategic Missile Command, August 12, 2019. 

4. Holladay, J.; Knizhnik, J.; Weiland, K.; Stein, A.; Sanders, T.; Schwindt, T.:  MBSE Infusion and Modernization Initiative (MIAMI): “Hot” Benefits for Real NASA Applications. 2019 IEEE Aerospace Conference, Big Sky, MT. 

5. Holladay, J.; Sanders, T.; Smith, D.:  Enhanced Feasibility Assessment of Payload Adapters for NASA’s Space Launch System. 2019 IEEE Aerospace Conference, Big Sky, MT. 

6. Holladay, J.: NASA’s Model Based Systems Engineering Status. Boeing’s Model Based Engineering, Community of Excellence, February 19, 2019, Huntsville, AL. 

7. Holladay, J.; Knizhnik, J.; Weiland, K.; Stein, A.; Sanders, T.; Schwindt, P.:  Model Based System Engineering Infusion and Modernization Initiative. IEEE Aerospace Conference, March 2-9, 2019, Big Sky, MT. 

8. Johnson, K.:  Your Mean May Not Mean What You Mean It to Mean. DATAWorks Workshop, April 9-11, 2019, Springfield, VA. 

9. Kirsch, M.:  NESC Overview. AIAA SciTech Forum & Exposition, January 7-11, 2019, San Diego, CA. 

10. Knizhnik, J.; Weiland, K.; Grondin, T.; Jones-McDowall, K.; Holladay, J.:  Realized Benefits from the Model-Based Systems Engineering Infusion and Modernization Initiative. UKAREN, November, 2019, Japan. 

11. Shaw, N. “PLM, MBSE and the supply chain – challenges and opportunities”, presentation to PLM Road Map and PDT 2019, Tysons Corner, VA, May 2019. 

12. Waldram, N.; Cornford, S.; Piette, M.; Plattsmier, G.:  Cross Lifecycle Modeling in MBSE. 2019 IEEE Aerospace Conference, Big Sky, MT. 

13. Woodham, K.:  The Challenges of MBSE for NASA. PLM Road Map and PDT 2019, May 2019, Tysons Corner, VA. 

2018

Aerosciences

1. Schuster, D. M. and D’Angostino, M.: NASA Requirements for Plume Modeling and Prediction. 2017 JANNAF – Interagency Propulsion Committee, December 4-8, 2017, Newport News, VA.

2. Schuster, D. M. and D’Angostino, M.: NASA Challenges in Launch Vehicle and Spacecraft Plume-Induced Aerosciences. 2017 JANNAF – Interagency Propulsion Committee, December 4-8, 2017, Newport News, VA.

3. Schuster, D. M. and D’Agostino, M.: A Vision of the NASA Aerosciences Discipline Under the Agency. Future CFD Technologies Workshop, January 6-7, 2018, Kissimmee, FL.

Electrical Power

1. Finegan, D.; Walker, W.; Darst, J.; Darcy, E.; Shearing, P.; Li, Q.; Yang, C.; and Keyser, M.: Li-ion battery failure: Linking external risks to internal events. Power Sources Conference, June 2018, Denver, CO.

2. Finegan, D.; Keyser, M.; Shearing, P.; Walker, W.; Darst, J.; and Darcy, E.: Insights into Lithium-ion Battery Failure: A Combined Calorimetry and High-speed X-ray Imaging Approach. LG Chem, January 2018.

3. Finegan, D.; Walker, W.; Darst, J.; Darcy, E.; Sharing, P.; Li, Q.; Yang, C.; and Keyser, M.: Understanding worst-case failure scenarios of Li-ion batteries. USABC, May 2018, Detroit, MI.

Guidance, Navigation, and Control

1. Balas, M. J.; VanZwieten, T. S.; and Hannan, M. R.: Nonlinear (Lyapunov) Stability of the Space Launch System Flight Control System with Adaptive Augmenting Control. 55th Annual Allerton Conference on Communication, Control, and Computing, October 3-6, 2017, Urbana, IL.

2. Bauer, F. H.: Dr. Bradford W. Parkinson: The Father of GPS. 41st Annual Guidance and Control Conference, February 2-7, 2018, Breckenridge, CO.

3. O’Donnell, J. R. and Dennehy, C. J.: Henry Hoffman: NASA’s Satellite Doctor. 41st Annual Guidance and Control Conference, February 2-7, 2018, Breckenridge, CO.

4. Pena, F.; Martins, B.; and Richards, W.: Adaptive Load Control of Flexible Aircraft Wings Using Fiber Optic Sensing. 26th International Conference on Optical Fibre Sensors (OFS), September 24-28, 2018, Lausanne, Switzerland.

5. VanZwieten, T.; Hannan, M.; and Wall, J.: Evaluating the Stability of NASA’s Space Launch System with Adaptive Augmenting Control. CEAS Space Journal (2018).

Human Factors

1. Daiker, R.; Ghatas, R.; Vincent, M.; Rippy, L.; and Holbrook, J.: A Cognitive Task Analysis of Safety-Critical Launch Termination Systems. 9th International Conference on Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics (AHFE2018), July 22-26, 2018, Orlando, FL.

2. Holbrook, J.: Training a Traditional High Risk Organization in Resilience Engineering. 2018 Human Systems Conference, March 13-14, 2018, Springfield, VA.

3. Null, C. H.: Systems Are Changing. What About Metrics? DATAWorks 2018, March 20-22, 2018, Springfield, VA.

Loads and Dynamics

1. Allen, M. S. and Mayes, R. L.: Recent Advances to Estimation of Fixed-Interface Modal Models using Dynamic Substructuring. IMAC XXXVI, February 12-15, 2018, Orlando, FL.

2. Blelloch, P.; Dickens, J.; Majed, A.; and Sills, Jr., J. W.: Improved Dynamic Math Model Representation for an Over- Constrained Hurty/Craig-Bampton Model. Spacecraft and Launch Vehicle Dynamic Environments Workshop, June 26-28, 2018, El Segundo, CA.

3. Emmons, D.; Mazzuchi, T. A.; Sarkani, S.; and Larsen, C. E.: Mitigating Cognitive Biases in Risk Identification: Practitioner Checklist for the Aerospace Sector. Acquisition Research Journal, Volume 25, No. 1, January 2018, p. 52-93.

4. Kaufman, D. S.; Sills, Jr., J. W.; and Majed, A.: Accelerance Decoupling: Extracting SLS Free Modes from the Integrated Modal Test. Spacecraft and Launch 2018 Vehicles Dynamic Environments Workshop, June 26-28, 2018, El Segundo, CA.

5. Irvine, T.: Avionics Component FEA Shock Analysis. Spacecraft and Launch 2018 Vehicles Dynamic Environments Workshop, June 26-28, 2018, El Segundo, CA.

Materials

1. Glendening, A. L. and Russell, R. W.: NASA’s Plans
for Development of Standards for Additive Manufactured Components. JANNAF Additive Manufacturing for Propulsion Applications TIM, August 27-28, 2018, Huntsville, AL.

2. Russell, R. W.: NASA’s Plans for Development of a Standard for Additive Manufactured Components. Journal of Materials Engineering and Performance, 2018.

3. Russell, R. W.: Update on NASA’s Additive Manufacturing Standards Development Effort and Top Durability and Damage Tolerance Concerns. 2018 Workshop on Qualification and Certification of Metal Additive Manufactured Parts, August 21- 23, 2018, Wichita, KS.

4. Russell, R. W.: Re-tooling the Agency’s Engineering Predictive Practices for Durability and Damage Tolerance (D&DT). Technical Interchange Meeting on Fracture Control of Spacecraft, Launchers and their Payloads and Experiments, November 2-3, 2017, Noordwijk, Netherlands.

5. Russell, R. W.: NASA’s Plans for Certification of Additively Manufactured Manned Spaceflight Components. Technical Interchange Meeting on Fracture Control of Spacecraft, Launchers and their Payloads and Experiments, November 2-3, 2017, Noordwijk, Netherlands.

6. Russell, R. W.; Dawicke, D. S.; and Hochhalter, J. D.: Composite Overwrapped Pressure Vessel (COPV) Life Test. 2018 ECSSMET, May 28-June 1, 2018, Noordwijk, Netherlands.

7. Russell, R. W.: NASA’s Plans for Certification of Additively Manufactured Manned Spaceflight Components. Technical Interchange Meeting on Fracture Control of Spacecraft, Launchers and their Payloads and Experiments, November 2-3, 2017, Noordwijk, Netherlands.

8. Russell, R. W.; Piascik, R. S.; Knight, N. F.; and Glaessgen, E. H.: Re-tooling the Agency’s Engineering Predictive Practices for Durability and Damage Tolerance (D&DT). 2018 National Space & Missile Materials Symposium (NSMMS), June 25-28, 2018, Madison, WI.

9. Russell, R. W.: NASA’s Plans for Development of a Standard for Additive Manufactured Components. Aeromat 18 – 29th Conference and Exposition, May 7-9, 2018, Orlando, FL.

10. Russell, R. W.; Dawicke, D. S.; and Hochhalter, J. D.: Composite Overwrapped Pressure Vessel (COPV) Life Test. TMS 2018, March 11-15, 2018, Phoenix, AZ.

11. Russell, R. W.; Piascik, R. S.; and Knight, N. F.: Re-Tooling the Agency’s Engineering Predictive Practices for Durability and Damage Tolerance (D&DT). TMS 2018, March 11-15, 2018, Phoenix, AZ.

12. Russell, R. W.; Piascik, R. S.; and Knight, N. F.: Re-tooling the Agency’s Engineering Predictive Practices for Durability and Damage Tolerance (D&DT). Aircraft Airworthiness & Sustainment Conference 2018, April 23-26, 2018, Jacksonville, FL.

13. Russell, R. W.; Piascik, R. S.; Knight, N. F.; and Glaessgen, E. H.: Re-tooling the Agency’s Engineering Predictive Practices for Durability and Damage Tolerance (D&DT). JANNAF Additive Manufacturing for Propulsion Applications TIM, August 27-28, 2018, Huntsville, AL.

14. Russell, R. W.; Wells, D.; Taminger, K. M.; Carter, R.; Mcenerney, B.; Burke, E. R.; Glaessgen, E. H.; and Clinton, R.: Summary of NASA Additive Manufacturing Activities. NASA/ ESA Additive Manufacturing Collaboration TIM, September 10- 14, 2018, Noordwijk, Netherlands.

15. Russell, R. W.; Wells, D.; Taminger, K. M.; Carter, R.; Mcenerney, B.; Burke, E. R.; Glaessgen, E. H.; and Clinton, R.: NASA/ESA Additive Manufacturing Collaboration TIM. NASA/ ESA Additive Manufacturing Collaboration TIM, September 10- 14, 2018, Noordwijk, Netherlands.

Passive Thermal

1. Rickman, S. L.: Form Factors, Grey Bodies, and Radiation Conductances. Thermal and Fluids Analysis Workshop (TFAWS) 2018, August 20-24, 2018, Galveston, TX.

2. Rickman, S. L.; Iannello, C. J.; and Shariff, K.: Improvements to Wire Bundle Thermal Modeling for Ampacity Determination. Journal of Fluid Flow, Heat and Mass Transfer (JFFHMT), Vol. 4, 2017, pp. 47-53.

3. Walker, W. Q.; Rickman, S. L.; Darst, J.; Finegan, D.; Bayles, G.; and Darcy, E.: Statistical Characterization of 18650-format Lithium-ion Cell Thermal Runaway Energy Distributions. NASA Aerospace Battery Workshop, November 2017, Huntsville, AL.

4. Walker, W.; Darst, J.; Finegan, D.; Bayles, G.; Johnson, K.; Darcy, E.; and Rickman, S.: Statistical Characterization of Commercial 18650-format Lithium-ion Cell Thermal Runaway Behavior based on Calorimetric Testing Results. International Battery Seminar, March 2018, Fort Lauderdale, FL.

Propulsion

1. Brown, T. M.; Schmidt, G. R.; Koelbl, M.; and McRight, P. S.: Integrated Management of NASA’s Distributed Propulsion Capability to Support Future Space Exploration and Science Needs. Space Propulsion 2018, May 14-18, 2018, Barcelona, Spain.

Space Environments

1. Bialke, W. E.; Minow, J. I.; and Meloy, R. M.: Correlations of Volatile Space Charging Environments with Aerospace Mechanism Friction Anomalies. 15th Spacecraft Charging Technology Conference, June 25-29, 2018, Kobe, Japan.

2. Jun, I.; Allen, J.; Fry, D.; Heynderickx, D.; Hock-Mysliwiec, R.; Jiggens, P.; Minow, J.; Mertens, C.; Onsager, T.; Parker, L.; Pulkkinen, A.; Semones, E.; and St Cyr, C.: Statistic of Solar Particle Event Fluences, Peak Fluxes, Durations, Time Intervals Between Events, and Times to Peak Fluxes, COSPAR 2018, July 14-22, 2018, Pasadena, CA.

3. Minow, J. I. and Matney, M. J.: Spacecraft Anomalies and Failures Workshop 2017. Spacecraft Anomalies and Failures Workshop, December 12-13, 2017, Chantilly, VA.

4. Minow, J. I. and Neergaard Parker, L.: Space Radiation and Plasma Science Enabled by the Deep Space Gateway. Deep Space Gateway Science Workshop, February 27-March 1, 2018, Denver, CO.

5. Minow, J. I.; Katz, I.; Craven, P. D.; Davis, V. A.; Gardner, B. M.; Kerslake, T.; Mandell, M. J.; Neergaard Parker, L.; Peshek, T. J.; Willis, E. M.; and Wright, K. H.: Evidence for Arcing on
the International Space Station Solar Arrays. 15th Spacecraft Charging Technology Conference, June 25-29, 2018, Kobe, Japan.

6. Minow, J. I.: Surface Charging Validation Challenges and Suggestions. 9th Community Coordinated Modeling Center Workshop, April 23-27, 2018, College Park, MD.

7. Minow, J. I.: NASA Technical Fellow for Space Environments View of CCMC. 9th Community Coordinated Modeling Center Workshop, April 23-27, 2018, College Park, MD.

8. Minow, J. I.; Coffey, V. N.; and Willis, E. M.: Validating ISS FPMU Electron Density with the IRI Model and COSMIC Data. International Reference Ionosphere 2017 Workshop, November 6-10, 2017, Taoyuan City, Taiwan.

9. Minow, J. I.; Coffey, V. N.; and Willis, E. M.: Monitoring the F2-Region Ionosphere with the FPMU on the International Space Station. International Reference Ionosphere 2017 Workshop, November 6-10, 2017, Taoyuan City, Taiwan.

10. Minow, J. I.; Nicholas, A.; Neergaard Parker, L.; Xapsos, M. A.; Walker, P.; and Stauffer, C.: NASA Space Environments Technical Discipline Team Space Weather Activities. American Geophysical Union Chapman Conference – stratospheric aerosol, March 18-23, 2018, Tenerife, Spain.

11. Minow, J. I.: Characteristics of the Free Space Environment and Material Properties Controlling the Development of Auroral Charging. COSPAR 2018, July 14-22, 2018, Pasadena, CA.

12. Minow, J. I.: Comparing ISS FPMU Topside Electron Densities with IRI-2016 Model and COSMIC Radio Occultation Measurements. COSPAR 2018, July 14-22, 2018, Pasadena, CA.

13. Minow, J. I.: Space Weather Impacts on Design and Operation of Space Vehicles. 20th Topical Meeting of the Radiation Protection and Shielding Division (RPSD-18), August 26-31, 2018, Santa Fe, NM.

14. Neergaard Parker, L. and Minow, J. I.: Spacecraft Charging Material Properties Database. 15th Spacecraft Charging Technology Conference, June 25-29, 2018, Kobe, Japan.

15. Neergaard Parker, L.; Minow, J. I.; Meloy, R. M.; Buhler, J. L.; Zheng, Y.; Ladbury, R. L.; and Graber, R. R.: Spacecraft Charging Launch Constraints for the James Webb Space Telescope. 15th Spacecraft Charging Technology Conference, June 25-29, 2018, Kobe, Japan.

16. Neergaard Parker, L. and Minow, J. I.: Spacecraft Charging Material Database (SCMD) in the Free Space Environment. COSPAR 2018, July 14-22, 2018, Pasadena, CA.

17. Neergaard Parker, L. and Minow, J. I.: Spacecraft Charging Material Properties Database. 2018 Space Weather Workshop, April 16-20, 2018, Westminster, CO.

18. Neergaard Parker, L.; Minow, J. I.; and O’Brien,
P.: Summaries for the 2017 Applied Space Environments Conference (ASEC) and the Space Environment Engineering and Science Applications Workshop (SEESAW). 2018 Space Weather Workshop, April 16-20, 2018, Westminster, CO.

19. Neergaard Parker, L. and Minow, J. I.: Methodology and Data Sources for Assessing Extreme Space Weather Events. 14th European Space Weather Week, November 27-December 1, 2017, Ostend, Belgium.

20. Parker, L.N. and J.I. Minow: Spacecraft Charging Material Properties Database, NOAA Space Weather Workshop, April 16-20, 2018, Westminster, CO.

21. Parker, L.N. and J.I. Minow: Spacecraft Charging Material Properties Database, 15th Spacecraft Charging Technology Conference, June 25-29, 2018, Kobe, Japan.

22. Parker, L.N. and J.I. Minow: Spacecraft Charging Material Database (SCMD) in the Free Space Environment, COSPAR 2018, July 14-22, 2018, Pasadena, CA.

23. Parker, L.N., Minow, J.; Pulkkinen, A.; Fry, D.; Semones, E.; Allen, J.; St. Cyr, C.; Mertens, C.; Jun, I.; Onsager, T.; and Hock, R.: Evaluating Space Weather Architecture Options to Support Human Deep Space Exploration of the Moon and Mars, Deep Space Gateway Science Workshop, 27 January 27-February 1, 2018, Denver, CO.

24. Squire, M. D.: Evaluating MMOD Risk Assessments Using Anomaly Data.International Conference on Space Operations, May 28-June 1, 2018, Marseilles, France.

25. Squire, M. D.: Evaluating Micrometeoroid and Orbital Debris Risk Assessments Using Anomaly Data. International Association for the Advancement of Space Safety Conference, October 18-20, 2017, Toulouse, France.

26. Whitman, K.; Hu, S.; Allen, J.; Fry, D.; Heynderickx, D.; Hock, R.; Jiggens, P.; Jun, I.; Mertens, C.; Minow, J.; Onsager, T.; Parker, L.; Pulkkinen, A.; Semones, E.; and St Cyr, C.: A Statistical Study of Solar Particle Events in Flux and Dose, Solar Heliospheric & Interplanetary Environment (SHINE) Conference, July 30-August 3, 2018, Cocoa Beach, FL.

Structures

1. Dawicke, D. S.; Hochhalter, J. D.; and Russell, R. W.: Experimental Investigation of LEFM Limitations. 2018 SEM Annual Conference and Exhibition, June 4-7, 2018, Greenville, SC.

Systems Engineering

1. Holladay, J. B.; Weiland, K.; and Knizhnik, J. R.: NASA Model-based Systems Engineering Infusion and Modernization Initiative (MIAMI). Bridging the Gap: High Performance Computing as an Enabler of Digital Engineering, September 24-25, 2018, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH.

2017

Aerosciences

1. Schuster, D. M.: Recent Events in the Evolution of NASA’s Aerosciences Capability. SciTech 2017, 58th AIAA/ASCE/AHS/ ASC, January 9-13, 2017, Grapevine, TX.

Avionics

1. Ladbury, R.: Strategies for SEE Hardness Assurance – From Buy-It-And-Fly-It to Bullet Proof. IEEE Nuclear and Space Radiation Effects Conference, July 17-21, 2017, New Orleans, LA.

Guidance, Navigation, and Control

1. Dennehy, C. J.: Workshop Overview & Future Navigation Landscape. SCaN/HEOMD Workshop on Emerging Technologies for Autonomous Space Navigation, February 16-17, 2017, WA, D.C.

2. Dennehy, C. J.: GN&C Lessons Learned and Associated Best Practices. ESA/ESTEC, June 6, 2017, Noordwijk, Netherlands.

3. Dennehy, C. J. and Wolf, A.: NASA Engineering & Safety Center (NESC) GN&C Technical Discipline Team (TDT) Activities Update. Aerospace Control and Guidance Systems Committee Meeting #118, October 19, 2016, Minneapolis, MN.

4. Marsell, B.: Nonlinear Slosh Damping Data Analysis. Presented at Thermal and Fluids Analysis Workshop 2017, August 21-25, 2017, Huntsville, AL.

5. Orr, J. S. and Dennehy, C. J.: Analysis of the X-15 Flight 3-65-97 Divergent Limit Cycle Oscillation. Journal of Aircraft, Volume 54, No. 1, January 2017, p. 135-148.

6. Swanson, D. and Dennehy, C. J.: Topic #3: An Introduction to the Fundamentals of Control-Structure Interaction. 40th Annual AAS GN&C Conference, February 5-10, 2017, Breckenridge, CO.

7. Vanzwieten, T. S.; Hannan, M. R.; and Wall, J. H.: Evaluating the Stability of NASA’s Space Launch System with Adaptive Augmenting Control. 10th International ESA Conference on Guidance, Navigation & Control Systems, May 29-June 2, 2017, Salzburg, Australia.

Human Factors

1. Nemeth, C.; Lay, E. A.; Blume, J.; Stephenson, J.; and Holbrook, J.: Using the RAG to Assess International Space Station Organizational Resilience. 7th Resilience Engineering Association Symposium, June 26-29, 2017, Liege, Belgium.

2. Null, C. H.: Introduction to Human Measurement: Survey Design & Analysis. Science of Test Workshop, April 3-5, 2017, Springfield, VA.

Loads and Dynamics

1. Blelloch, P. A.; Bremner, P.; Hutchings, A.; and Shah, P.: Validation of Methods to Predict Vibration of a Panel in the Near Field of a Hot Supersonic Rocket Plume. Spacecraft and Launch Vehicle Dynamic Environment Workshop, June 20-22, 2017, El Segundo, CA.

2. Blelloch, P. A.; Hutchings, A.; Vold, H.; and Yoder, N.: Estimating Modal Damping From Operational Tests. Spacecraft and Launch Vehicle Dynamic Environment Workshop, June 20- 22, 2017, El Segundo, CA.

3. Emmons, D.; Mazzuchi, T. A.; Sarkani, S.; and Larsen, C. E.: Practitioner Checklist for the Aerospace Sector. Acquisition Research Journal.

4. Irvine, T.: Statistical Energy Analysis Software & Training Materials, Part II. Spacecraft and Launch Vehicle Dynamic Environments Workshop 2017, June 20-22, 2017, El, Segundo, CA.

5. Kaplan, M. and Bremner, P.: Progress in Quantifying Uncertainty for Vibroacoustic Environments. Spacecraft and Launch Vehicle Dynamic Environment Workshop, June 20-22, 2017, El Segundo, CA.

6. Kaufman, D; Gordon, S; Majed, A: Norton-Thevenin Receptance Coupling (NTRC) as a Payload Design Tool. Spacecraft and Launch Vehicle Dynamic Environments Workshop, June 20 -22, 2017, El Segundo, CA.

7. Larsen, C. E.: Spaceflight Tragedies and Other Things to be Avoided. MEMS Seminar: Spaceflight Tragedies and Other Things to be Avoided, February 22, 2017, Durham, NC.

8. Larsen, C. E.: Structures in Space. 62nd Structural Engineering Conference, March 2, 2017, Lawrence, KS.

9. Larsen, C. E. and Irvine, T.: The NASA Engineering and Safety Center (NESC): Shock and Vibration Training Program. Spacecraft and Launch Vehicle Dynamic Environment Workshop, June 20-22, 2017, El Segundo, CA.

10. Majed, A.; Henkel, E.; Kolaini, A.; Vidyasagar, S.; and Bhatia, S.: Special Topics in Random Vibrations. Spacecraft and Launch Vehicle Dynamic Environment Workshop, June 20-22, 2017, El Segundo, CA.

Materials

1. Russell, R. W.: Additive Manufacturing Certification. NASA Quality Assurance In Additive Manufacturing (AM), A Workshop On Assuring AM Product Integrity, October 11-12, 2016, Pasadena, CA.

2. Russell, R. W.: Supplier Issues Related to Additive Manufacturing Certification. 8th NASA Supply Chain Quality Assurance Conference, October 25-27, 2016, Greenbelt, MD.

3. Russell, R. W.: NASA Certification of Additive Manufacturing Parts and the Need for an Agency Standard. Aircraft Airworthiness & Sustainment (AA&S) 2017, May 22-25, 2017, Phoenix, AZ.

4. Russell, R. W.: NASA’s Plans for Certification of Additively Manufactured Manned Spaceflight Components. NSMMS & CRASTE, June 26-29, 2017, Indian Wells, CA.

Nondestructive Evaluation

1. Prosser, W. H.: SHM Challenges for Spacecraft. 26th ASNT Research Symposium 2017, March 13-16, 2017, Jacksonville, FL.

Passive Thermal

1. Rickman, S. L.; Iannello, C. J.; and Shariff, K.: Improvements to Wire Bundle Thermal Modeling for Ampacity Determination. Journal of Fluid Flow, Heat and Mass Transfer.

2. Rickman, S. L.; Richards, W.; Christiansen, E. L.; Piazza, A.; Pena, F.; and Parker, A. R.: Micrometeoroid/Orbital Debris (MMOD) Impact Detection and Location Using Fiber Optic Strain Sensing (FOSS). 6th Asia-Pacific Workshop on Structural Health Monitoring, December 7-9, 2016, Hobart, Australia.

3. Rickman, S. L.; Iannello, C. J.; and Shariff, K.: Improvements to Wire Bundle Thermal Modeling for Ampacity Determination. 3rd World Congress on Mechanical, Chemical, and Material Engineering, June 9-10, 2017, Rome, Italy.

4. Rickman, S. L.: Introduction to On-Orbit Thermal Environments. Thermal and Fluids Analysis Workshop 2017, August 21-25, 2017, Huntsville, AL.

5. Rickman, S. L.: Form Factors, Grey Bodies, and Radiation Conductances (Radks). Presented at Thermal and Fluids Analysis Workshop 2017, August 21-25, 2017, Huntsville, AL.

6. Rickman, S. L.: Introduction to Numerical Methods in Heat Transfer. Presented at Thermal and Fluids Analysis Workshop 2017, August 21-25, 2017, Huntsville, AL.

7. Rickman, S. L.: Introduction to On-Orbit Thermal Environments. Presented at Thermal and Fluids Analysis Workshop 2017, August 21-25, 2017, Huntsville, AL.

Sensors and Instrumentation

1. Bauer, J. E. and Richards, W.: Comprehensive Monitoring and Validation throughout the Aerospace Vehicle Life-Cycle using Fiber Optic Sensing Technology. 25th International Conference on Optical Fiber Sensors (OFS-25), April 24-28, 2017, Jeju, South Korea.

Space Environments

1. Minow, J. I. and Pellish, J. A.: Space Environment Capabilities Leadership Team Activities (CLT). Spacecraft Anomalies and Failures Workshop, December 6-7, 2016, Chantilly, VA.

2. Minow, J. I. and Neergaard Parker, L.: Extreme DMSP Auroral Charging: Implications for Auroral Charging Benchmarks. 2016 American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, December 12- 16, 2016, San Francisco, CA.

3. Minow, J. I.: On-Orbit Detection of Spacecraft Charging Effects. In-Space Inspection Workshop, January 31-February 2, 2017, Houston, Texas.

4. Minow, J. I.: Challenges of the Space Environment in Low Earth Orbit and Beyond. Applied Space Environments Conference, May 15-19, 2017, Huntsville, AL.

5. Minow, J. I.; and Neergaard Parker, L.: NASA Use and Needs for Radiation and Spacecraft Charging Models. Presented at Space Environment Engineering and Science Applications Workshop, September 5-8, 2017, Boulder, CO.

6. Neergaard Parker, L.; and Minow, J. I.: Applied Space Environments Conference (ASEC) 2017 Summary. Presented at Space Environment Engineering and Science Applications Workshop, September 5-8, 2017, Boulder, CO.

7. Neergaard Parker, L.: Surface Charging Overview. Presented at Space Environment Engineering and Science Applications Workshop, September 5-8, 2017, Boulder, CO

Structures

1. Chiu, J. and Brown, A. M.: Characterization of the Modal Characteristics of Structures Operating in Dense Liquid Turbopumps. ASME Gas Turbo Expo 2017, June 26-30, 2017, Charlotte, NC.

2. Dawicke, D. S. and Raju, I. S.: Characterization of Elastic- Plastic Fatigue and Fracture Behavior in Thin Sheet Aluminum. iDICs 2016 Conference and Workshop/SEM Fall Conference, November 7-10, 2016, Philadelphia, PA.

3. Raju, I. S.; Dawicke, D. S.; and Hampton, R. W.: Some Observations on Damage Tolerance Analyses in Pressure Vessels. AIAA SciTech 2017 and Aerospace Sciences Meeting, 58th AIAA/ASCE/AHS/ASC, January 9-13, 2017, Grapevine, TX.

4. West, T. S.; Annett, M. S.; and Womack, J. M.: Deterministic System Design of Experiments (dsDOE) Based Frangible Joint Design Reliability Estimation. Science of Test Workshop, April 3-5, 2017, Springfield, VA.

Space Environments

1. Squire, M. D.: Satellite Anomalies and Inferencing: Challenges and Uncertainties When Comparing Satellite Data to Risk Predictions. Spacecraft Anomalies and Failures Workshop, December 6-7, 2016, Chantilly, VA.

2. Wright, G.; Minow, J. I.; Neergaard Parker, L.; and Biesecker, D.: Maintaining Access to ACE Real-Time Solar Wind Data. Applied Space Environments Conference, May 15-19, 2017, Huntsville, AL.

3. Xapsos, M. A.; and Minow, J. I.: NASA Technical Fellow for Space Environments. Presented at 9th NASA Space Exploration and Space Weather Workshop, September 26-27, 2017, Greenbelt, MD.

Systems Engineering

1. Barth, T.; Blankmann-Alexander, D.; Kanki, B.; Lilley, S.; and Parker, B.: Recurring Themes from Human Spaceflight Mishaps During Flight Tests and Early Operations. Human Space Flight Knowledge Sharing Forum, November 1-2, 2016, Huntsville, AL.

2. Beil, R. J.: Science of Test Workshop: Big Data Big Think. Science of Test Workshop, April 3-5, 2017, Springfield, VA.

3. Capadona, L. A.; Weiland, K.; Brady, T. K.; Holladay, J. B.; Rohn, D. W.; and Regenie, V. A.: Model-Based Systems Engineering Pathfinder. INCOSE 27th International Symposium, July 17-20, 2017, Adelaide, Australia.

4. Holladay, J. and Miller, S. T.: NASA’s MBSE Pathfinder and New Community of Practice. NASA/JPL Symposium and Workshop on MBSE, January 25-27, 2017, Pasadena, CA.

5. Simpson, K. A.; Sarrel, M. A.; and Brady, T. K.: Verification and Validation Analysis and Visualization Tools Using MBSE. 2017 ASME Verification and Validation Symposium, May 3-5, 2017, Las Vegas, NV.

6. Weiland, K. and Holladay, J. B.: NASA Model-Based Systems Engineering Pathfinder 2016 Summary and Path Forward. INCOSE International Workshop 2017, January 28-31, 2017, Torrance, CA.

7. Weiland, K. and Holladay, J. B.: Model-Based Systems Engineering Pathfinder. INCOSE 27th International Symposium, July 17-20, 2017, Adelaide, Australia.

2016

Aerosciences

1. Horvath, T. J.; Rufer, S. J.; Schuster, D. M.; Mendeck, G. F.; Oliver, A. B.; Schwartz, R. J.; Verstynen, H. A.; Mercer, C. D.; Tack, S.; Ingram, B.; Spisz, T. S.; Taylor, J. C.; Gibson, D. M.; Osei-Wusu, Kwame; Kennerly S.; and Bush, B. C.: Infrared Observations of the Orion Capsule During EFT-1 Hypersonic Re-entry,” AIAA Paper 2016-4285, June 2016.

2. Mendenhall, M. R.; Lesieutre, D. J.; and Kelly, M. J.: Wake-induced Aerodynamics on a Trailing Aircraft, 2016 Applied Aerodynamics Conference, July 19-21, 2016, Bristol, United Kingdom.

3. Panda, J.; Roozeboom, N. H.; and Ross, J. C.: Wavenumber- Frequency Spectra of Pressure Fluctuations Measured via Fast-Response Pressure-Sensitive Paint, 22nd AIAA/CEAS Aeroacoustics Conference, AIAA Paper 2016-3007, May 30 – June 1, 2016, Lyon, France.

4. Roozeboom, N. H.; Diosady, L. T.; Murman, S. M.; Burnside, N. J.; Panda, J.; and Ross, J. C.: Unsteady PSP Measurements on a Flat Plate Subject to Vortex Shedding from a Rectangular Prism, SciTech 2016, AIAA Paper 2016-2017, January 4-8, 2016, San Diego, CA.

5. Spisz, T. S.; Taylor, J. C.; Gibson, D. M.; Kennerly, S.; Osei-Wusu, Kwame; Horvath, T. J.; Schwartz, R. J.; Tack, S.; Bush, B. C.; and Oliver, B.: Processing Near-Infrared Imagery of the Orion Heatshield During EFT-1 Hypersonic Reentry, AIAA Aviation and Aeronautics Forum and Exposition 2016, AIAA Paper 2016-4286, June 13-17, 2016, Washington, DC.

6. Vander Kam, Jeremy: Orion Exploration Flight Test One (EFT-1) Spacecraft Recovery and Thermal Protection System (TPS) Assessment, 27th Annual Thermal and Fluids Analysis Workshop, August 1-4, 2016, NASA Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, CA.

Avionics

1. Ladbury, R. and Lauenstein, J.-M: Evaluating Constraints on Heavy- Ion SEE Susceptibility Imposed by Proton SEE Testing and Other Mixed Environments, 2016 Nuclear and Space Radiation Effects Conference, July 11-15, 2016, Portland, OR.

Electrical Power

1. Darcy, Eric: Single Cell Thermal Runaway Hazard Severity Reduction on the Spacesuit Battery, Sustainable Aviation Symposium 2016, May 6-7, 2016, Redwood City, CA.

2. Darcy, Eric and Keyser, Matthew: On Demand Internal Short Circuit Device Enables Verification of Safer, Higher Performing Battery Designs, 18th International Meeting on Lithium Batteries, June 19-24, 2016, Chicago, IL.

3. Finegan, Donal; Darcy, E.; Keyser, M.; Tjaden, B.; Robinson, J.; Taiwo, O. O.; Hunt, I.; Scheel, M.; Di Michiel, M.; Rack, A.; Offer, G. J.; Hinds, G.; Brett, D. J. L.; and Shearing. P.R.: Understanding Battery Failure: A Multi- Scale and High-Speed X-Ray CT Approach, 18th International Meeting on Lithium Batteries, June 19-24, 2016, Chicago, IL.

4. Keyser, M.; Darcy, E.; and Pesaran, A.: A Research Tool to Evaluate the Safety Response of Lithium Batteries to an Internal Short Circuit, 18th International Meeting on Lithium Batteries, June 19-24, 2016, Chicago, IL.

5. Walker, William Q.: Energy Distributions Exhibited during Thermal Runaway of Commercial Lithium Ion Batteries used for Human Spaceflight Applications, Interagency Advanced Power Group Meeting, February 17- 18, 2016, Houston, TX.

6. Walker, William Q.: Energy Distributions Exhibited during Thermal Runaway of Commercial Lithium Ion Batteries used for Human Spaceflight Applications, 229th Electrochemical Society Meeting, May 29 — June 2, 2016, San Diego, CA.

7. Walker, William: Energy Distributions Exhibited during Thermal Runaway of Commercial Lithium Ion Batteries used for Human Spaceflight Applications, Thermal Fluids and Analysis Workshop, August 1-5, 2016, NASA Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, CA.

8. Walker, William: New Understanding of Energy Distributions Exhibited during Thermal Runaway of Commercial Lithium-Ion Batteries Used for Human Spaceflight Applications, 7th Annual Battery 2016 Safety, November 3-4, 2016, Bethesda, MD.

9. Yayathi, Sandeep; Walker, William; Doughty, Daniel; and Ardebili, Haleh: Energy Distributions Exhibited during Thermal Runaway of Commercial Lithium Ion Batteries used for Human Spaceflight Applications, Journal of Power Sources 329 (2016), pp 197-206.

Human Factors

1. Czech, M. T.; Groh-Hammond, M.; Henderson, G.; Miller, D.; Neal, A. J.; Parker, R.; Ruiz, J.; Stambolian, D.; Tran, D.; Kanki, B.; Ellenberger, S. R.; Boyer, J.; Reynolds, D. W.; Dischinger, C.; Null, C. H.; and Barth, T. S.: Ground Operations Human Factors Task Analysis Pathfinder, Eighth IAASS Conference, May 18-20, 2016, Melbourne, FL.

2. Currie-Gregg, N. J.: Managing Risk and Innovation in a High-Reliability Organization, 2016 Professional Engineers Conference, June 22-26, 2016, Dallas, TX.

Loads and Dynamics

1. Higgins, Stephen L.; Davis, Robert; and Brown, Andrew M.: Reduced- Order Modeling of Flow-Induced Vibrations in Bellows Joints of Rocket Propulsion Systems, 57th AIAA/ASCE/AHS/ASC Structures, Structural Dynamics, and Materials Conference, AIAA Paper 2016-0466, January 4-8, 2016, San Diego, CA.

2. Irvine, Tom: A Comparison of PSD Enveloping Methods for Nonstationary Vibration, ESTECH 2016, May 2-5, 2016, Glendale, AZ.

3. Irvine, Tom: A Matlab GUI Package for Statistical Energy Analysis IV&V, Spacecraft and Launch Vehicle Dynamic Environments Workshop, June 21-23, 2016, El Segundo, CA.

4. Irvine, T.: Statistical Energy Analysis Software & Training Materials, Spacecraft and Launch Vehicle Dynamic Environments Workshop, June 21-23, 2016, El Segundo, CA.

5. Irvine, Tom: Multiaxis Rainflow Fatigue Methods for Nonstationary Vibration, MoVIC & RASD 2016, July 3-6, 2016, University of Southampton, United Kingdom.

6. Irvine, T. and Larsen, C. E.: Modified Spectral Fatigue Methods for S-N Curves with MIL-HDBK-5J Coefficients, 14th European Conference on Spacecraft Structures, Materials and Environmental Testing (ECSSMET), September 27-30, 2016, Toulouse, France.

7. Larsen, C. E. and Raju, I. S.: Moving Aerospace Structural Design Practice to a Load and Resistance Factor Approach, SciTech Conference, January 4-8, 2016, AIAA Paper 2006-2030, San Diego, CA.

Mechanical Systems

1. DellaCorte, C.; Howard, S. Adam; and Moore, Lewis E. III: Failure Analysis and Recovery of a 50-mm Highly Elastic Intermetallic NiTi Ball Bearing for an ISS Application, 43rd Aerospace Mechanisms Symposium, May 4, 2016, Santa Clara, CA.

2. DellaCorte, C.; Howard, S. A.; Thomas, F.; and Stanford, M. K.: Microstructural and Material Quality Effects on Rolling Contact Fatigue of Highly Elastic Intermetallic NiTi Ball Bearings,” 2016 STLE Annual Meeting, May 15-19, 2016, Las Vegas, NV.

Nondestructive Evaluation

1. Carman, Gregory P.; Mohanchandra, Panduranga K.; Emmons, Michael C.; and Richards, W. Lance: Magneto-Optic Field Coupling in Optical Fiber Bragg Gratings, U.S. Patent, 9,274,181, March 2016.

2. Kenderian, Shant: Bond Quality Inspection for Nonhomogeneous Highly Attenuating Heat Shield Blocks, 3rd IEEE International Workshop on Metrology for Aerospace, June 22-23, 2016, Florence, Italy.

3. Prosser, W. H.: The NASA Engineering and Safety Center Nondestructive Evaluation Technical Discipline Team, 25th ASNT Research Symposium 2016, April 11-14, 2016, New Orleans, LA.

4. Prosser, W. H.: Applications of Advanced Nondestructive Measurement Techniques to Address Safety of Flight Issues on NASA Spacecraft, 3rd International Workshop on Metrology for Aerospace, June 21-23, 2016, Florence, Italy.

Passive Thermal

1. Rickman, S. L.: Introduction to Numerical Methods in Heat Transfer, Thermal and Fluids Analysis Workshop 2016, August 1-5, 2016, Moffett Field, CA.

2. Rickman, S. L.; Christie, R. J.; White, R. E.; Drolen, B. L.; and Navarro, M.: Considerations for Thermal Modeling of Lithium-Ion Cells for Battery Analysis, 46th International Conference on Environmental Systems, July 10-14, 2016, Vienna, Austria.

3. Rickman, S. L. and Iannello, C. J.: Heat Transfer Analysis in Wire Bundles for Aerospace Vehicles, 14th International Conference on Simulation and Experiments in Heat Transfer and its Applications, September 7-9, 2016, Ancona, Italy.

Propulsion

1. Brown, T.; Klem, M.; and McRight, P.: Foundational Methane Propulsion Related Technology Efforts and Challenges for Applications to Human Exploration Beyond Earth Orbit, 3AF Space Propulsion 2016, SP2016_3125381, 2016.

Sensors and Instrumentation

1. Singh, U. N.: International Coordination-group for Laser Atmospheric Studies (ICLAS) Working Group Report for 2010-2015, The International Radiation Symposium 2016, April 16-22, 2016, Auckland, New Zealand. 32. Singh, U. N.; Petros, M.; Refaat, T. F.; and Yu, J.: 2-micron Triple-pulse Integrated Path Differential Absorption Lidar Development for Simultaneous Airborne Column Measurements of Carbon Dioxide and Water Vapor in the Atmosphere, SPIE Asia-Pacific Remote Sensing, April 4-7, 2016, New Delhi, India.

2. Singh, U. N.; Refaat, T. F.; Yu, J.; Petros, M.; and Kavaya, M. J.: High Energy Solid-state Pulsed 2-micron Lidar Development for Wind, Water Vapor and CO2 Measurements From Ground and Airborne, The International Radiation Symposium 2016, April 16-22, 2016, Auckland, New Zealand.

3. Singh, U. N.; Petros, M.; Refaat, T. F.; Antill, C. W.; Remus, R. G.; and Yu, J.: Airborne Lidar for Simultaneous Measurement of Column CO2 and Water Vapor in the Atmosphere, SPIE Remote Sensing 2016, September 26-29, 2016, Edinburgh, United Kingdom.

4. Singh, U. N.; Petros, M.; Yu, J.; Kavaya, M. J.; Refaat, T. F.; Shuman, T.; and Hovis, F.: Tm:Ho:YLF and LuLiF Laser Development for Global Winds Measurements, SPIE Remote Sensing 2016, September 26-29, 2016, Edinburgh, United Kingdom.

Software

1. Wilmot, Jonathan; Fesq, Lorraine; and Dvorak, Dan: Quality Attributes for Mission Flight Software: A Reference for Architects, 2016 IEEE Aerospace Conference, March 5-12, 2016, Big Sky, MT.

Space Environments

1. Ferguson, D. C. and Minow, J. I.: Status of Spacecraft Charging in the USA, 14th Spacecraft Charging Technology Conference, April 4-8, 2016, Noordwijk, Netherlands.

2. Minow, J. I.: Space Environments and NASA’s Engineering and Safety Center, 96th Annual AMS Meeting, January 10-14, 2016, New Orleans, LA. 13. Minow, J. I.: Tutorial: Science Weather Impacts on Space Assets, CCMC Space Weather School, Science of Space Weather Workshop, January 24, 2016, Goa, India.

3. Minow, J. I.: Spacecraft Charging and Auroral Boundary Predictions in Low Earth Orbit, Science for Space Weather Workshop, January 24-29, 2016, Goa, India.

4. Minow, J. I.: Space Weather Impacts on Satellites with Emphasis on Launch Vehicles, GSFC Weather Training Course, February 2-4, 2016, Cocoa Beach, FL.

5. Minow, J. I.: NASA Missions Space Weather Needs: Spacecraft (Surface) Charging at LEO Orbits, 8th CCMC Workshop 2016, April 10-15, 2016, Annapolis, MD.

6. Minow, J. I.: NASA Technical Fellow for Space Environments View of CCMC, 8th CCMC Workshop 2016, April 10-15, 2016, Annapolis, MD.

7. Minow, J. I.: CHANDRA Space Weather Vulnerabilities and Needs Update, 8th NASA Space Exploration & Space Weather Workshop, September 27-28, 2016, Greenbelt, MD.

8. Minow, J. I.: NASA Space Exploration and Space Weather Workshop, 8th NASA Space Exploration & Space Weather Workshop, September 27- 28, 2016, Greenbelt, MD.

9. Minow, J. I. and Neergaard Parker, L.: Dual-Spacecraft Observations of Auroral Charging, 14th Spacecraft Charging Technology Conference, April 4-8, 2016, Noordwijk, Netherlands.

Structures

1. Goyal, V.; Rome, J.; Soltz, B.: Lessons Learned in Certifying Space Structures, American Society for Composites 31 Technical Conference and ASTM Committee D30 Meeting, September 19-22, 2016, Williamsburg, VA.

2. Raju, I. S.: Real Life Problems are Multi-disciplinary, 2016 AIAA Science and Technology Forum and Exposition, January 4-8, 2016, San Diego, CA.

3. Raju, I. S.: Simple Test Functions in Meshless Local Petrov-Galerkin Methods, 2016 AIAA SciTech Conference, January 4-8, 2016, AIAA Paper 2006-1240, San Diego, CA.

4. Raju, I. S.: Design Process Using Factors of Safety, Margins of Safety, and Probabilistic Approaches, Seminars to Engineering Students, February 4-5, 2016, Kakinada And Hyderab, India.

5. Raju, I. S.: Real Life Problems are Multidisciplinary, Seminar at the Department of Mechanical Engineering, September 23, 2016, Auburn, AL. 27. Rickman, S. L.: Form Factors, Grey Bodies and Radiation Conductances (Radks), Thermal and Fluids Analysis Workshop 2016, August 1-5, 2016, Moffett Field, CA.

Systems Engineering

1. Barth, T.; Blankmann-Alexander, D.; Kanki, B.; Lilley, S.; and Parker, B.: Recurring Themes From Human Spaceflight Mishaps During Flight Tests and Early Operations, Eighth IAASS Conference, May 18-20, 2016, Melbourne, FL.

2. Clem, A. K.; Nelson, G. J.; Mesmer, B.; Watson, M.D.; and Perry, J. L.: Exergy Based Analysis for the Environmental Control and Life Support Systems of the International Space Station, AIAA Space 2016, September13-15, 2016, Long Beach, CA.

3. Componation, P.; Schomberg, K.; Ferreira, S.; and Hansen, J.: Systems Engineering Processes in NASA and Commercial Projects, 14th Annual Conference on Systems Engineering Research, March 22-24, 2016, Huntsville, AL.

4. Gilbert, A. and Mesmer, B.: Uses of Exergy in Systems Engineering, 14th Annual Conference on Systems Engineering Research, March 22-24, 2016, Huntsville, AL.

5. Gilbert, A.; Mesmer, B.; and Watson, M.D.: Exergy Analysis of Rocket Systems, IEEE International Systems Conference, April 18-21, 2016, Orlando, FL.

6. Gilbert, A.; Mesmer, B.; and Watson, M. D.: Exergy Based Optimization of Rocket System Staging Times, IEEE International Systems Conference, April 18-21, 2016, Orlando, FL.

7. Gilbert, M. G.: Purpose, Principles, and Challenges of the NASA Engineering and Safety Center, 8th IAASS Conference “Safety First, Safety for All,” May 18-20, 2016, Melbourne, FL.

8. Greene, M. T. and Papalambros, P. Y.: A Cognitive Framework for Engineering Systems Thinking, 14th Annual Conference on Systems Engineering Research, March 22-24, 2016, Huntsville, AL. 9

9. Greene, M. T.; Papalambros, P. Y.; and McGowan, A.-M.: Position Paper: Designing Complex Systems to Support Interdisciplinary Cognitive Work, 14th International DESIGN Conference, May 16-19, 2016, Cavitat, Dubrovnik, Croatia.

10. Johnson, K. L. and Tylka, J.: Burn Length: The 10k Test, Knowledge Exchange Workshop 2016, April 11-13, 2016, Crystal City, VA.

11. Johnson, Stephen B. and Day, John C.: Theoretical Foundations for the Discipline of Systems Engineering, AIAA SciTech Conference, AIAA Paper 2016-0212, January 4-8, 2016, San Diego, CA.

12. Johnson, Stephen B.: The Representations and Practices of the Discipline of Systems Engineering, 14th Annual Conference on Systems Engineering Research, March 22-24, 2016, Huntsville, AL.

13. Kis, D.; Poetting M.; Wenger, C.; and Bloebaum, C. L.: A Multidisciplinary Coupling Analysis Method to Support Investigation of Ares 1 Thrust Oscillation, 14th Annual Conference on Systems Engineering Research, March 22-24, 2016, Huntsville, AL.

14. Marquart, S. and Szajnfarber, Z.: A Novel Approach to Measuring the Time-Impact of Oversight Activities on Engineering Work, 14th Annual Conference on Systems Engineering Research, March 22-24, 2016, Huntsville, AL.

15. Moreland, Rob; Phojanamongkolkij, Nipa; Knizhnik, Jessica; Mills, Ted; and Weiland, Karen: A Survey of Model-Based Programmatic Systems Methodology at NASA, NASA Cost Symposium, August 25, 2016, NASA Glenn Research Center, Cleveland, OH.

16. Price, R. M. and Malak, R. J.: A Capability-Based Framework for Supporting Value-Driven Design, 14th Annual Conference on Systems Engineering Research, March 22-24, 2016, Huntsville, AL.

17. Watson, M. and Farrington P.: NASA Systems Engineering Research Consortium: Defining the Path to Elegance in Systems, 14th Annual Conference on Systems Engineering Research, March 22-24, 2016, Huntsville, AL.

2011 – 2015

2015

Aerosciences

1. Mendenhall, M. R.; Lesieutre, D. J.; and Kelly, M. J.: Trailing Vortex-Induced Loads During Close Encounters in Cruise, AIAA Aviation 2015, June 22-26, 2015, Dallas, TX.

2. Schuster, D. M.: MAX Launch Abort System Flight Test, Seminar at the University of Cincinnati, October 31, 2014, Cincinnati, OH.

3. Schuster, D. M.: Recent Progress in Prediction of Buffet and Aeroacoustic Environments at NASA, International Forum on Aeroelasticity and Structural Dynamics, June 30, 2015, Saint Petersburg, Russia.

Avionics

1. Ladbury, Raymond L.; Lauenstein, Jean-Marie; and Hayes, Kathryn P.: Use of Proton SEE Data as a Proxy for Bounding Heavy-Ion SEE Susceptibility, Nuclear and Space Radiation Effects Conference, July 2015, Boston, MA.

2. Ladbury, Raymond L.; Lauenstein, Jean-Marie; and Hayes, Kathryn P.: Use of Proton SEE Data as a Proxy for Bounding Heavy-Ion SEE Susceptibility, IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science, Vol. 62, Issue 6, December 2015, pp. 2505-2510.

Guidance, Navigation, and Control

1. Bauer, F. H. and Dennehy, C. J.: Looking Back and Looking Forward: Reprising The Promise and Predicting the Future of Formation Flying and Spaceborne GPS Navigation Systems, 38th Annual Guidance and Control Conference, January 30-February 4, 2015, Breckenridge, CO, AAS-15-042.

2. Dennehy, C. J.; Brady, T.; and Greenbaum, A.: Identifying Trends in Spacecraft GNC Components: The Development and Application of an Open-Source GNC Component Database, 8th ESA Workshop on Avionics, Data, Control and Software Systems, October 27-29, 2014, Noordwijk, Netherlands.

3. Dennehy, C. J.: Guidance, Navigation & Control (GNC) Lessons Learned from Spacecraft Relative Motion Missions, European Control Conference 2015, July 15-17, 2015, Linz, Austria.

4. Gilbert, M. G.: The Max Launch Abort System – Concept, Flight Test, and Evolution, 7th IAASS Conference, October 20-22, 2014, Friedrichshafen, Germany.

5. Greenbaum, A.; Brady, T.; Dennehy, C. J.; Airey, S. P.; Roelke, E.; and Judd, S. B.: Understanding International GNC Hardware Trends, 2015 IEEE Aerospace Conference, March 7-13, 2015, Big Sky, MT.

6. Karpenko, M.; Ross, M.; Stoneking, E. T.; Lebsock, K.; and Dennehy, C. J.: A Micro-Slew Concept for Precision Pointing of the Kepler Spacecraft, 2015 AAS/AIAA Astrodynamics Specialist Conference, August 9-13, 2015, Vail, CO.

7. Orr, J. S.: A Critical Analysis of the X-15 3-65 Accident Part I: Aircraft Systems and Flight Control, Aerospace Control and Guidance Systems Committee Meeting #114, October 14, 2014, Cleveland, OH.

Human Factors

1. Null, C. H.: Designing for Human Reliability: Human Factors at NASA, 4th Human Dependability Workshop (HUDEP) 2015, October 6-7, 2015, Darmstadt, Germany.

Loads and Dynamics

1. Chen, Bing-Chung; Ortiz, Gary; and Peng, Chia-Yen: Modeling of Crawler Transport for Prediction of Rollout Forcing Functions, Spacecraft and Launch Vehicle Dynamic Environments Workshop, El Segundo, CA, June 2-4, 2015.

2. Irvine, T.: Using a Random Vibration Test Specification to Cover a Shock Requirement via a Pseudo Velocity Fatigue Damage Spectrum, 3rd International Conference on Material and Component Performance under Variable Amplitude Loading, VAL2015, Procedia Engineering, Vol. 101, pp. 211-218.

3. Irvine, T.: Seismic Analysis and Testing of Launch Vehicles and Equipment using Historical Strong Motion Data Scaled to Satisfy Shock Response Spectra Specifications, Spacecraft and Launch Vehicle Dynamic Environments Workshop, June 2-4, 2015, El Sugundo, CA.

4. Irvine, T.: Derivation of Equivalent Power Spectral Density Specifications for Swept Sine-On-Random Environments Via Fatigue Damage Spectra, International Conference on Engineering Vibration, September 7-10, 2015, Ljublijana, Slovenia.

5. Irvine, T.: Pyrotechnic Shock Distance & Joint Attenuation via Wave Propagation Analysis, 86th Shock and Vibration Symposium, October 5-8, 2015, Orlando, FL.

6. Kolaini, Ali, Moderator, and Larsen, Curtis E., Panelist: Panel Discussion: Extreme Peak, Spacecraft and Launch Vehicle Dynamic Environments Workshop, June 2-4, 2015, El Segundo, CA.

7. Larsen, C. E.: A Perspective on Loads and Dynamics in NASA Programs and Engineering, Spacecraft and Launch Vehicle Dynamic Environments Workshop, June 2-4, 2015, El Segundo, CA.

8. Larsen, C. E.: 86th Shock and Vibration Symposium NASA Status and Perspectives, 86th Shock and Vibration Symposium, October 5-8, 2015, Orlando, FL.

9. Larsen, C. E. and Irvine, T.: A Review of Spectral Methods for Variable Amplitude Fatigue Prediction and New Results, 3rd International Conference on Material and Component Performance under Variable Amplitude Loading (VAL 2015), Procedia Engineering, Vol. 101, pp. 243-250.

10. Larsen, C. E. and Irvine, T.: A Review of Spectral Methods for Variable Amplitude Fatigue Prediction and New Results, 3rd International Conference on Material and Component Performance Under Variable Amplitude Loading (VAL 2015), March 23-26, 2015, Prague, Czech Republic.

11. Larsen, C. E. and Irvine, T.: A Review and Comparison of Cycle Identification Methods for Fatigue and Fracture Analysis, International Conference on Engineering Vibration, September 7-10, 2015, Ljublijana, Slovenia.

12. Marti, H. D.; Mazzuchi, T. A.; Sarkani, S.; and Larsen, C. E.: Integrating Expert Judgement and Bayesian Analysis, 4th Symposium on Games and Decisions in Reliability and Risk, June 17-19, 2015, Istanbul, Turkey.

Mechanical Systems

1. Hernandez, A. and Hess, D. P.: Use of Anaerobic Adhesive for Prevailing Torque Locking Feature in Threaded Fasteners, Journal of Failure Analysis and Prevention, 2015, Vol. 15, pp. 633-640.

2. DellaCorte, C.; and Howard, S. A.: Superelastic Ball Bearings: Materials and Design to Avoid Mounting and Dismounting Brinell Damage in an Inaccessible Press-fit Application-Part I Design Approach, ASTM Journal of Materials Performance and Characterization, Vol. 4, Number 1, 2015. Presented at the 2015 ASTM Rolling Element Bearing Symposium, Anaheim, CA, April 2015.

3. Howard, S. A.; and DellaCorte, C.: Superelastic Ball Bearings: Materials and Design to Avoid Mounting and Dismounting Brinell Damage in an Inaccessible Press-fit Application-Part II Detailed Analysis, 2015 ASTM Journal of Materials Performance and Characterization, Vol. 4, Number 1, 2015. Presented at the 2015 ASTM Rolling Element Bearing Symposium, Anaheim, CA, April 2015.

4. Krantz, T. L. and Handschuh, R. F.: Gear Tooth Root Stresses of a Very Heavily Loaded Gear Pair – Case Study: Orbiter Body Flap Actuator Pinion and Ring Gear, DETC2015-046274, Proceedings of the ASME IDETC 2015, Boston, MA, August 2015.

5. Whittaker, J. T. and Hess, D. P.: Ductility of Titanium Alloy and Stainless Steel Aerospace Fasteners, Journal of Failure Analysis and Prevention, 2015, Vol. 15, pp. 571-575.

Nondestructive Evaluation

1. Brust, F. W.; Punch, E. F.; and Kurth-Twombly, E.: Weld Residual Stress (WRS) Modeling of Layered Pressure Vessels (LPV) and Fracture Assessment, ASME 2015 Pressure Vessels & Piping Division Conference, July 19-23, 2015, Boston, MA, PVP2015-45784.

2. Koshti, Ajay M.: Considerations for Ultrasonic Testing Application for On-Orbit NDE, SPIE Smart Structures/NDE Conference, March 8-12, 2015, San Diego, CA.

3. Koshti, Ajay M.: Ultrasonic Measurement and Monitoring of Loads in Bolts Used in Structural Joints, SPIE Smart Structures/NDE Conference, March 8-12, 2015, San Diego, CA.

4. Koshti, Ajay M.: Simulating the X-Ray Image Contrast to Set-Up Techniques with Desired Flaw Detectability, SPIE Smart Structures/NDE Conference, March 8-12, 2015, San Diego, CA.

5. Prosser, W. H.: NASA Experiences in Structural Health Monitoring, Deep Space Deep Ocean, April 7-8, 2015, Houston, TX.

6. Prosser, W. H.: The NASA Engineering and Safety Center Nondestructive Evaluation Technical Discipline Team, 14th International Symposium on Nondestructive Characterization of Materials, June 22-26, 2015, Marina Del Rey, CA.

7. Youngquist, Robert C.; Nurge, Mark A.; Skow, Miles: A Comparison of Three Methods for Measuring Distortion in Optical Windows, NASA/TM-2015-218822, April 2015.

8. Youngquist, Robert C.; Skow, Miles; and Nurge, Mark A.: Optical Distortion Evaluation in Large Area Windows using Interferometry, 14th International Symposium on Nondestructive Characterization of Materials (NDCM 2015), June 22-26, 2015, Marina Del Rey, CA.

Passive Thermal

1. Bogdanoff, D. W. and Wilder, M. C.: Afterbody Heat Flux Measurements in the NASA Ames HFFAF Ballistic Range, 65th Meeting of the Aeroballistic Range Association, October 19-24, 2014, Arcachon, France.

2. Ku, J. and Robinson, F.: Testing of a Helium Loop Heat Pipe for Large Area Cryocooling, 2015 NASA Thermal Fluid Analysis Workshop, August 3-7, 2015, Silver Spring, MD.

3. Rickman, S. L.: Form Factors, Grey Bodies and Radiation Conductances (Radks), Thermal and Fluids Analysis Workshop (TFAWS) 2015, August 3-7, 2015, Silver Spring, MD.

4. Rickman, S. L.: Overview of the NASA Engineering and Safety Center (NESC), Thermal and Fluids Analysis Workshop (TFAWS) 2015, August 3-7, 2015, Silver Spring, MD.

5. Rickman, S. L.: Status of NESC Wire Thermal Analysis, Science and Technology Electrical Systems and Wiring Inter-Agency Meeting, December 9, 2015, Houston, TX.

6. Wilder, M. C.; Bogdanoff, D. W.; and Saunders, D. A.: Heat Transfer Measurements on the Afterbody of Spheres in Hypersonic Free-Flight in Air and Carbon Dioxide, AIAA 2015-2966, 45th AIAA Thermophysics Conference, June 22-26, 2015, Dallas, TX.

7. Wilder, M. C. and Bogdanoff, D. W.: Heat-Transfer Measurement Capabilities in the NASA Ames Hypervelocity Free Flight Aerodynamic Facility, TFAWS15-AE-03, Thermal & Fluids Analysis Workshop (TFAWS), August 3-7, 2015, Silver Spring, MD.

Space Environments

1. Minow, J. I.: Chandra Space Weather Vulnerabilities and Needs Update, 7th Space Weather & NASA Robotic Mission Ops Workshop, September 29-30, 2015, GSFC, Greenbelt, MD.

2. Minow, J. I.: DMSP and ISS Auroral Charging Events, March 17-18, 2013, GEM-CEDAR Storm, GEM Mini-Workshop, December 13, 2015, San Francisco, CA.

3. Minow, J. I. and Willis, E. M.: Ionospheric Drivers of ISS Charging, Abstract SA41C-02, AGU 2015 Fall Meeting, December 14-18, 2015, San Francisco, CA.

4. Reiff, P.; Sazykin, S.; Bala, R.; Coffey, V.; Chandler, M. O.; Minow, J.; Anderson, B. J.; Wolf, R.; Huba, J.; Baker, D.; Mauk, B.; and Russell, C. T.: Investigating Storm-Time Magnetospheric Electrodynamics: Multi-Spacecraft Observations of the June 22, 2015, Magnetic Storm, Abstract SM41C-2498, 2015 AGU Fall Meeting, December 14-18, 2015, San Francisco, CA.

5. Sazykin, S.; Coffey, V.; Reiff, P.; Chandler, M. O.; Minow, J.; Huba, J.; Anderson, B.; Wolf, R.: Magnetosphere-Ionosphere Coupling during the June 22-24, 2015, Magnetic Storm, Abstract SA44A-07, 2015 AGU Fall Meeting, December 14-18, 2015, San Francisco, CA.

Structures

1. Raju, I. S.: Structures, Failures, and Lessons, Invited Lecture at Vidya Jyothi Institute of Technology and Anurag College of Engineering, February 6-9, 2015, Hyderabad, India.

2. Raju, I. S.: Observed Trends in Finite Element Structural and Damage Tolerance Analyses, NAVAIR Presentation at Pax River, October 27, 2015, Patuxent, MD.

3. Raju, I. S.; Knight, N. F.; and Shivakumar, K. N.: Some Observations On The Current Status of Performing Finite Element Analyses, SCITECH 2015, January 5-9, 2015, Kissimmee, FL.

4. Raju, I. S. and Knight, N. F.: Observations and Comments on the Current Status of Practice of Finite Element Analyses, NAFEMS Seminar on Engineering Analysis & Simulation in the Aerospace Industry, October 6, 2015, Montreal, Canada.

2014

Aerosciences

1. Brauckmann, G. J.; Streett, S. L.; Kleb, W. L.; Alter, S. J.; Murphy, K. J.; and Glass, C. E.: Computational and Experimental Unsteady Pressures for Alternate SLS Booster Nose Shapes. Submitted for AIAA SciTech, Jan. 5-9, 2015, Kissimmee, Fla.

2. Schuster, D. M.: NASA Computational Aerosciences. Presented at AVIATION 2014 (The Aviation and Aeronautics Forum and Exposition), June 16-20, 2014, Atlanta, Ga.

3. Schuster, D. M.: MAX Launch Abort System Flight Test. Presented at Seminar at the University of Cincinnati, Oct. 31, 2014, Cincinnati, Ohio.

Flight Mechanics

1. Jackson, E. B.; Shelton, R.; Jackson, A. A.; Castro, M. P; Noble, D. M.; Madden, M. M.; Litton, D. K.; Powell, R. W.; Queen, E. M.; Schidner, J. D.; Sellers, W. A.; Striepe, S. A.; Aguirre, J.; Zimmerman, C. J.; Lewis, E. K.; Reardon, S. E.; Vuong, N; Weinstein, M. J.: Development of Verification Check-Cases for Six Degree-of-Freedom Flight Vehicle Simulations. AIAA SciTech Guidance, Modeling and Simulation Technologies (MST) Conference, Jan. 2015, Kissimmee, Fla.

Guidance, Navigation, and Control

1. Dennehy, C. J.: Spacecraft Hybrid (Mixed-Actuator) Attitude Control Experiences on NASA Science Missions. Presented at ESA Conference on Guidance Navigation and Control, June 2-6, 2014, Porto, Portugal.

2. Dennehy, C. J.; Brady, T.; Greenbaum, A.: Identifying Trends in Spacecraft GN&C Components: The Development and Application of an Open-Source GN&C Component Data base. Presented at 8th ESA Workshop on Avionics, Data, Control and Software Systems, Oct. 27-29, 2014, Noordwijk, Netherlands.

3. Hanson, C.; Miller, C.; VanZwieten, T.; Gilligan, E.; Orr, J.; Wall, J.: Launch Vehicle Manual Steering with Adaptive Augmenting Control: In-Flight Evaluations using a Piloted Aircraft. AIAA SciTech Guidance, Navigation, and Control Conference, Kissimmee, Fla., 2015.

4. Orr, J. S.: A Critical Analysis of the X-15 3-65-96 Accident − Part I: Aircraft Systems and Flight Control. Presented at Aerospace Control and Guidance Systems Committee Meeting #114, Oct. 14, 2014, Cleveland, Ohio.

5. VanZwieten, T.; Gilligan, E.; Wall, J.; Orr, J.; Miller, C.; Hanson, C: Adaptive Augmenting Control Flight Characterization Experiment on an F/A-18. AAS Guidance, Navigation, and Control Conference, Breckenridge, Col., AAS 14-052, 2014.

6. Wall, J.; VanZwieten, T.; Gilligan, E.; Miller, C.; Hanson C.; Orr, J.: In-Flight Suppression of an Unstable F/A- 18 Structural Mode Using the Space Launch System Adaptive Augmenting Control System. AIAA SciTech Guidance, Navigation, and Control Conference, Kissimmee, Fla., 2015.

Human Factors

1. Null, C. H.: Autonomy: The Role of HSI. Presented at Dept. of Defense Human Factors Engineering Technical Advisory Group Meeting 68, May 19-22, 2014, Aberdeen, Md.

2. Null, C. H.: DOD Human Factors – Verification. Presented at Department of Defense Human Factors Engineering Technical Advisory Group Meeting 68, May 19-22, 2014, Aberdeen, Md.

Materials

1. DellaCorte, C.; Moore III, L. E.: Launch Load Resistant Spacecraft Mechanism Bearings Made from NiTi Superelastic Intermetallic Materials. Proceedings of the 42nd Aerospace Mechanisms Symposium, May 14-16, 2014, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, Md.

2. Krantz, T.: Reducing Wear of Steel Rolling Against Ti6Al4V Operating in Vacuum. 42nd Aerospace Mechanism Symposium, May 14-16, 2014, Baltimore, Md.

3. Shockey, D.; Piascik, R. S.; Jensen, B. J.; Hewes, L. S.; and Sutter, J. K.: Textile Damage in Astronaut Gloves. Journal of Failure Analysis and Prevention, Volume 13, No. 6, Dec. 2013, p. 748-756.

Mechanical Systems

1. Ayari, L.; Kubitschek, M.; Ashton, G.; Johnston, S.; Debevec, D.; Newell, D.; Pellicciotti, J. W.: GMI Instrument Spin Balance Method, Optimization, Calibration, and Test. Presented at 42nd Aerospace Mechanisms Symposium, May 14-16, 2014, Baltimore, Md.

Nondestructive Evaluation

1. Prosser, W. H.: Spacecraft NDE. Presented at IEEE Autotest 2014, Sept.15-18, 2014, St. Louis, Mo.

Passive Thermal

1. Ku, J.; Robinson, F.: Testing of a Neon Loop Heat Pipe for Large Area Cryocooling. Paper No. ICES 2014-35, 44th International Conference on Environmental Systems, July 13-17, 2014, Tucson, Ariz.

2. Ku, J.; Robinson, F.: Testing of a Neon Loop Heat Pipe for Large Area Cryocooling. Spacecraft Thermal Control Workshop, March 25-27, 2014, El Segundo, Calif.

3. Rickman, S. L.: A History of Spacecraft Thermal Analysis. Presented at Thermal and Fluids Analysis Workshop (TFAWS) 2014, Aug. 4-8, 2014, Cleveland, Ohio.

4. Rickman, S. L.: Introduction to On-Orbit Thermal Environments. Presented at Thermal and Fluids Analysis Workshop (TFAWS) 2014, Aug. 4-8, 2014, Cleveland, Ohio.

5. Wilder, M. C.; Bogdanoff, D. W.; Saunders, D. A.: Heat Transfer Measurements on the Afterbody of Spheres in Hypersonic Free-Flight in Air and Carbon Dioxide. Submitted for consideration to AIAA Aviation 2015, June 22-26, 2015, Dallas, Texas (submission status expected in late Feb. 2015).

6. Yang, K.; Peabody H.: Preliminary Development of a TSS and SINDA/FLUINT to ESARAD/ESATAN Thermal Model Converter. Paper Number TFAWS2014-PT-03. Presented at the Thermal & Fluids Analysis Workshop, Aug. 5, 2014, Cleveland, Ohio.

Propulsion

1. Allgood, D.: Predicting Blast Wave Propagation in Rocket Test Facilities Using a Simplified Source Model. 60th JANNAF Joint Propulsion Meeting, April 29-May 3, 2013, Colorado Springs, Col.

2. Yen, J. C.; Akers, S. A.: A C-4 Blast Simulation Using a Hybrid Source-Propagation Approach by CTH and JUSTUS Codes. 60th JANNAF Joint Propulsion Meeting, April 29-May 3, 2013, Colorado Springs, Col.

2013

Aerosciences

1. Schuster, D. M.; Heeg, J.; Wieseman, C. D.; and Chwalowski, P.: Analysis of Test Case Computations and Experiments for the Aeroelastic Prediction Workshop. Presented at 51st AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting, January 7-10, 2013, Grapevine, Texas. AIAA-2013-0788.

Materials

1. Schaible, D. M.; and Piascik, R. S.: Corrosion and Spacecraft Systems – Lessons Learned and Risk Management. Presented at Risk Management of Corrodible Systems Conference, June 18-20, 2013, Washington, District of Columbia.

Structures

1. Krueger, R.; Shivakumar, K. N.; and Raju, I. S.: Fracture Mechanics Analyses for Interface Crack Problems – A Review. Presented at 54th AIAA/ASME/ASCE/AHS/ASC, Structures, Structural Dynamics, and Materials Conference, April 8-11, 2013, Boston, Massachusetts. AIAA-2013-1476.

2. Raju, I. S.: Structural Analysis and Margins of Safety. Presented at Invited Seminar at the Andhra University for Kakinada, February 7, 2013, Kakinada, India.

3. Raju, I. S.: Structures, Failures, and Lessons. Presented at Invited Seminar at the Andhra University for Kakinada, February 7, 2013, Kakinada, India.

2012

Aerosciences

1. Schuster, D. M.; Chwalowski, P.; Heeg, J.; and Wieseman, C. D.: A Summary of Data and Findings From the First Aeroelastic Prediction Workshop. Presented at International Conference on Computational Fluid Dynamics, July 9-13, 2012, Kohala Coast, Hawaii.

Electrical Power

1. Carr, G.; Ging, A.; and Keys, D. J.: Cassini Mission Short Circuit Anomalies Investigation. Presented at 30th Annual Space Power Workshop, April 16-19, 2012, Manhattan Beach, California.

Mechanical Systems

1. Sammons, M.; Powell, C.; Pellicciotti, J. W.; Buehrle, R. D.; and Johnson, K.: Passive Thrust Oscillation Mitigation for the CEV Crew Pallet System. Presented at 41st Aerospace Mechanisms Symposium, May 16-18, 2012, Pasadena, California.

2. White, Jr., K.; and Johnson, K. L.: Empirical Tests of Acceptance Sampling Plans. Presented at 10th International Conference on Operations Research, March 6-9, 2012, Havana, Cuba.

3. Woolaway, S.; Kubitschek, M.; Berdanier, B.; Newell, D.; Dayton, C.; and Pellicciotti, J. W.: GMI Spin Mechanism Assembly Design, Development, and Test Results. Presented at 41st Aerospace Mechanisms Symposium, May 16-18, 2012, Pasadena, California.

Human Factors

1. Null, C. H.: How one Functional Human-Factors Requirement Influenced a Rocket. Presented at NASA Project Management Challenge, February 22-23, 2012, Orlando, Florida.

Structures

1. Raju, I. S.: What is VCCT and Why Does It Work?. Presented at The Symposium for Ed Rybicki: Celebrating 45 Years of Progress in Understanding Fracture, Residual Stress, and Erosion-Corrosion, July 11-12, 2012, Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Passive Thermal

1. Rickman, S. L.: Form Factors, Grey Bodies and Radiation Conductances (Radks). Presented at Thermal and Fluids Analysis Workshop 2012, August 13-17, 2012, Pasadena, California.

Propulsion

1. Garcia, R.: Readiness for Flight Review Process: A Propulsion Perspective. Presented at JANNAF 45th Combustion / 33rd Airbreathing Propulsion / 33rd Exhaust Plume and Signatures / 27th Propulsion Systems Hazards Joint Subcommittee Meeting, December 3-7, 2012, Monterey, California.

2011

Aerosciences

1. Grid Fin Stabilization of the Orion Launch Abort Vehicle. 29th AIAA Applied Aerodynamics Conference, June 27-30, 2011, Honolulu, Hawaii.

2. High-Order Methods in NASA’s Next Generation of Computational Fluid Dynamics Tools. European Workshop on High Order Numerical Methods for Evolutionary PDEs: Theory and Applications, April 11-15, 2011, Trento, Italy.

Electrical Power

1. Wilkinson Microwave Anisotropy Probe (WMAP) Nickel-Hydrogen (NiH2) Battery Anomaly Investigation. Presented at 29th Annual Space Power Workshop, April 18-21, 2011, Los Angeles, California.

Flight Mechanics

1. A Review of the NASA MLAS Flight Demonstration. Presented at 21st AIAA Aerodynamic Decelerator Systems Technology Conference and Seminar, May 23-26, 2011, Dublin, Ireland.

Human Factors

1. Human Factors Throughout the Life Cycle: Lessons Learned From the Shuttle Program. 5th International Association for the Advancement of Space Safety Conference, October 17-19, 2011, Versailles, France.

2. Human Factors Throughout the Life Cycle: Lessons Learned From the Shuttle Program – Manufacturing. 5th International Association for the Advancement of Space Safety Conference, October 17-19, 2011, Versailles, France.

Loads and Dynamics

1. Estimating Modal Damping from Operational Tests. Presented at Spacecraft and Launch Vehicle Dynamic Environment Workshop, June 7-9, 2011, El Segundo, California.

2. Hutchings, A.; Shah, P.; Streett, C. L.; and Larsen, C. E.: Validation of Methods to Predict Vibration of a Panel in the Near Field of a Hot Supersonic Rocket Plume. Presented at 17th AIAA/CEAS Aeroacoustics Conference, June 6-8, 2011, Portland, Oregon.

3. Hutchings, A.; and Shah, P.: Validation of Methods to Predict Vibration of a Panel in the Near Field of a Hot Supersonic Rocket Plume. Presented at Spacecraft and Launch Vehicle Dynamic Environment Workshop, June 7-9, 2011, El Segundo, California.

4. An Improved Method of Structural-Borne Random Vibration Mass Attenuation. Presented at 162nd Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, October 31-November 4, 2011, San Diego, California.

5. The NASA Engineering and Safety Center (NESC): Shock and Vibration Training Program. Presented at Spacecraft and Launch Vehicle Dynamic Environment Workshop, June 7-9, 2011, El Segundo, California.

6. Progress in Quantifying Uncertainty for Vibroacoustic Environments. Presented at Spacecraft and Launch Vehicle Dynamic Environment Workshop, June 7-9, 2011, El Segundo, California.7. Special Topics in Random Vibrations. Presented at Spacecraft and Launch Vehicle Dynamic Environment Workshop, June 7-9, 2011, El Segundo, California.

Passive Thermal

1. Introduction to On-Orbit Thermal Environments. Presented at 2011 Thermal and Fluids Analysis Workshop, August 15-19, 2011, Newport News, Virginia.

2. Overview of the NESC Passive Thermal Technical Discipline Team. Presented at 2011 Thermal and Fluids Analysis Workshop, August 15-19, 2011, Newport News, Virginia.

Structures

1. Ensuring Durability and Damage Tolerance in Aerospace Structures. Presented at ICCES ‘11 – International Conference on Computational and Experimental Engineering and Sciences, April 18-21, 2011, Nanjing, China.

Systems Engineering

1. The First Flight Decision for New Human Spacecraft Vehicles – A General Approach. Presented at 62nd International Astronautical Congress, October 3-7, 2011, Cape Town, South Africa.

2. Modeling, Analysis and Simulation Approaches Used in Development of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration Max Launch Abort System. Presented at 26th Aerospace Testing Seminar, March 29-31, 2011, Manhattan Beach, California.

3. Spacecraft Testing Programs: Adding Value to the Systems Engineering Process. Presented at 26th Aerospace Testing Seminar, March 29-31, 2011, Manhattan Beach, California.

4. Testing Strategies and Methodologies for the Max Launch Abort System. Presented at 26th Aerospace Testing Seminar, March 29-31, 2011, Manhattan Beach, California.

2006 – 2010

2010

Flight Mechanics

1. Entry, Descent, and Landing Architecture and Technology Challenges for Human Exploration Mars Missions; Journal of Cosmology.

2. A Review of the NASA MLAS Flight Demonstration; 21st AIAA Aerodynamic Decelerator Systems Technology Conference and Seminar; 05/23/2011 − 05/26/2011; Dublin, Ireland.

3. The NASA MLAS Flight Demonstration – A Review of a Highly Successful Test; International Planetary Probe Workshop 2010 (IPPW-7); 06/14/2010 − 06/18/2010; Barcelona, Spain.

4. The NASA MLAS Flight Demonstration – A Review of a Highly Successful Test; AIAA SPACE 2010 Conference & Exposition; 08/31/2010 − 09/02/2010; Anaheim, CA.

Structures

1. Composite Crew Module Primary Structure: A Case Study On Collaborative A Effort for the Design, Manufacture, and Test of a Full Scale Composite Crew Module Test Article; AIAA SPACE 2010 Conference & Exposition; 08/31/2010 − 09/02/2010; Anaheim, CA.

Electrical power

3. Recent On-Orbit Anomalies Affecting EOS Terra and Wilkinson-Microwave Anisotropy Probe (W-MAP) Missions; Aerospace Space Power Workshop; 04/19/2010 − 04/22/2010; Manhattan Beach, CA.

2009

Electrical Power

1. Design and Development of the Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) Electrical Power System; AIAA 7th International Energy Conversion Engineering Conference; 08/02/2009 – 08/05/2009 Denver, CO.

Flight Mechanics

1. A Review of the MLAS Parachute Systems; 20th AIAA Aerodynamic Decelerator Systems Technology Conference; 05/04/2009 – 05/07/2009 Seattle, WA.

Guidance, Navigation, and Control

1. A Comparison of Fault-Tolerant GN&C System Architectures Using the Object Process Network (OPN) Modeling Language; AIAA Guidance, Navigation, and Control Conference (GNC) 2009; 08/10/2009 – 08/13/2009 Chicago, IL.

Materials

1. Fracture Mechanics Analyses of Reinforced Carbon-Carbon Wing-Leading Edge Panels; 51st AIAA/ASME/ASCE/AHS/ASC Structures, Structural Dynamics, and Materials Conference; 04/12/2010 – 04/15/2010 Orlando, FL.

2. Space Shuttle Wing-Leading-Edge Panel Thermo-Mechanical Analysis for Entry Conditions; 51st AIAA/ASME/ASCE/AHS/ASC Structures, Structural Dynamics, and Materials Conference; 04/12/2010 – 04/15/2010 Orlando, FL.

Passive Thermal

1. A Physics-Based Temperature Stabilization Criterion for Thermal Testing; 25th Aerospace Testing Seminar, 10/13/2009 – 10/15/2009 Manhattan Beach, CA.

Propulsion

1. Propulsion for the Max Launch Abort System (MLAS); JANNAF Joint Propulsion Meeting; 04/14/2009 – 04/17/2009 Las Vegas, NV.

2008

Electrical power

1. Guidelines for Reliable DC/DC Converters for Space Use, J. Plante, Components for Military and Space Electronics, February 10-14, 2008, San Diego, California.

2. Guidelines for Reliable DC/DC Converters for Space Use, J. Shue, J. Plante, MAPLD 2008, September 15–18, 2008, Annapolis, Maryland.

Flight Mechanics

1. Rescuing EDL Data , Elmain Martinez, Adrian Tinio, Mike Gangl, Robert Powers, Keith Shackelford, Alan Wood, Russel Westbrook, International Planetary Probe Workshop, Atlanta, Georgia, June 23-27, 2008.

Guidance, Navigation, and Control

1. GN&C Engineering Best Practices for Human-Rated Spacecraft Systems

2. The NASA Engineering & Safety Center (NESC) GN&C Technical Discipline Team (TDT): Its Purpose, Practices and Experiences

Loads and Dynamics

1. NASA Experience with Pogo in Human Spaceflight Vehicles, C. Larsen, NASA Johnson Space Center, United States, AVT-152 Symposium on Limit Cycle Oscillation and Other Amplitude-Limited Self Excited Vibrations, North Atlantic Treaty Organization.

2007

Materials

1. ICCES ‘07 – 14th International Conference on Computational & Experimental Engineering and Sciences – Composite Overwrapped Pressure Vessel Issues for Spacecraft.

2. Indian Society for Advancement of Materials and Process Engineering Aerospace Structures – Challenges and Future Directions.

Structures

1. 18th Engineering Mechanics Division Conference of the American Society of Civil Engineers – Probabilistic Modeling of Space Shuttle Debris Impact.

2. 48th AIAA/ASME/ASCE/AHS/ASC Structures, Structural Dynamics, and Materials Conference – Best Practices for Reliable and Robust Spacecraft Structures.

3. Computer Modeling in Engineering & Sciences Journal – Structural Analysis of the Right Rear Lug of American Airlines Flight 587 – Computer Modeling in Engineering & Sciences.

4. Space Transportation System (STS)-114 External Tank (ET)-121 In-Flight Anomaly (IFA) Investigation.

Passive Thermal

1. 29th International Thermal Conductivity Conference (ITCC) and 17th International Thermal Expansion Symposium (ITES) – A Return to Innovative Engineering Design, Critical Thinking and Systems Engineering.

Guidance, Navigation, and Control

1. AIAA Guidance, Navigation, and Control Conference & Exhibit – GN&C Engineering Best Practices for Human-Rated Spacecraft Systems.

2006

Materials

1. AIAA Conference Paper, Fracture Mechanics Analysis of LH2 Feed Line Flow Liners Presented at the 47th AIAA/ASME/ASCE/AHS/ASC Structures, Structural Dynamics, and Materials Conference.

2. ICCES 05 – International Conference on Computational & Experimental Engineering and Sciences Conference Paper, Cracks in Flow Liners and Their Resolution.

Nondestructive Evaluations

1. 33rd Annual Review of Progress in Quantitative Nondestructive Evaluation Conference Paper, NASA Engineering and Safety Center NDE Super Problem Resolution Team.

Propulsion

1. 42nd AIAA/ASME/SAE/ASEE Joint Propulsion Conference and Exhibit Conference Paper, Pitting and Repair of the Space Shuttle’s Inconel® Honeycomb Conical Seal Panel.

Structures

1. ICCES 05 – International Conference on Computational & Experimental Engineering and Sciences Conference Paper, Coarse-Grain Parallel Computations – Two Cases in Structural Mechanics.

2. Reliability Modeling of the Stress-Rupture Performance of Kevlar 49/Epoxy Pressure Vessels: Revisiting a Large Body of Stress Rupture Data to Develop New Insights.

3. A theoretical investigation of composite overwrapped pressure vessel (COPV) mechanics applied to NASA full-scale tests.