1st Quarter 2021
About the IEEE Aerospace & Electronic Systems Society Newsletter

Dear AESS Members,

The COVID-19 pandemic has significantly affected our lives in the last months, and regretfully we expect that to continue for some time.

Nevertheless, the big AESS community has reacted swiftly and pragmatically, by deploying alternative processes to keep offering the highest level of services to its members. This is for example the case of virtual conferences and distinguished lectures.

Have a look at recent happenings in the first edition of the QEB for 2021. In this one you will find information relevant to both the 4th qtr. of 2020 and early 2021.

I really hope that you all are doing well and we can soon meet together….in a 3D version!

Warmest regards,
Fabiola Colone
Editor-in-Chief, AESS QEB
Message from the President
Dear IEEE Aerospace & Electronic Systems Society Members:

On behalf of the Board of Governors, I would like to thank you for your interest in AESS. We are a professional Society of nearly 5,000 members whose technical fields-of-interest are in complex systems for space, air, ocean, and ground-based applications.

Our goal is to engage the worldwide technical community in a full-spectrum of professional development including publications, conferences, technical panels, special interest groups, distinguished lectures, short courses, networking, mentoring, and other activities that are valuable for career advancement. To celebrate excellence, we present awards to individuals or groups in recognition of exceptional achievements or significant contributions in our fields-of-interest. We also conduct interesting and engaging activities for Student members and young professionals at conferences, local Chapters, and Student Branches; and offer merit-based scholarships for Undergraduate and Graduate Student members.

Walt Downing
IEEE AESS President
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The Story Behind a Success
As the winners of the Student Paper Competition at the 2020 IEEE International Radar Conference, it is our honor to share our Ph.D. stories on the AESS newsletter.
The History Column
by Hugh Griffiths

The fifth event in this series of notable historical events of interest to AESS is the first operational use of chaff, on 23 July 1943. Chaff is the name given to the radar countermeasure in which a cloud of metal strips is deployed, each of length approximately half the wavelength of the victim radar, so that each behaves as a dipole. This produces a large, diffuse false target which persists for some time as the strips flutter to ground.

AESS Awards
The following awards were announced at the IEEE Radar Conference held virtually 21-25 September:

AESS Outstanding Organizational Leadership Award:

Pasquale Daponte
For contributions to metrology for aerospace applications.


AESS Exceptional Service Award:

Domenico Ciuonzo
For outstanding service as an Associate and Technical Editor for IEEE Transactions on Aerospace and Electronic Systems.


AESS Judith A. Resnik Space Award:

Margaret H. Hamilton
For leading the successful development of the Apollo Guidance, Navigation & Control (GN&C) system software and helping to create the field of software engineering.


IEEE AESS Industrial Innovation Award:

Dr. Asad M. Madni
For seminal contributions in advanced inertial guidance and their successful transition to defense and commercial applications.


Warren D. White Award:

Simon Watts
For contributions to airborne maritime surveillance radar design and the modelling of radar sea clutter.


Fred Nathanson Memorial Radar Award:

Mateusz Malanowski
For pioneering research in long-range passive radar sensing, in particular the analysis and synthesis of novel detection and tracking methods.


Society Pioneer Award:

Azad M. Madni
For contributions to advanced simulation-based training and intelligent decision aiding for aerospace systems.


Robert T. Hill Best Dissertation Award:

Philipp Wojaczek
In recognition of the Ph.D. dissertation Passive Radar on Moving Platforms Exploiting DVB-T Transmitters of Opportunity.


M. Barry Carlton Award:

Jason Williams
In recognition of the paper, "Marginal Multi-Bernoulli Filters: RFS Derivation of MHT, JIPDA, and Association-Based MeMBer."

Harry Rowe Mimno Award:

Hassan Shraim, Ali Awada, Rafic Younes (not pictured)
For the AES “Systems” Magazine Best Paper of 2018: “A survey on quadrotors: Configurations, modeling and identification, control, collision avoidance, fault diagnosis and tolerant control.”

2019 Outstanding Technical Panel of the Year Award:

Avionics Systems Panel 
(not pictured)
Chair: Aloke Roy

2019 Best Chapter of the Year Award:

Columbia Section Chapter, AES10
Chapter Chair: Giovanna Ramirez Ruiz
The following IEEE Fellows were also announced:

Christ Richmond
For contributions to adaptive array processing algorithms.


Daniel Rabideau
For contributions to radar architectures and technologies.


Marco Martorella
For contributions to multi-static inverse synthetic aperture radars.

Jeff Krolik (not pictured)
For contributions to statistical signal and sensor array processing for radar and sonar.
Call for Nominations
Nominations are open for the 2021 awards cycle! Deadlines and more information can be found here.
AESS Society Highlights
AESS Officers' Strategic Planning Meeting 2021
The IEEE AESS Officers at the Strategic Planning Meeting held virtually this year on 4-5 February.
Incoming Members-at-Large
The Members-at-Large for the term 2021-2023 are as follows:
Member News
Try Engineering Tuesday with AESS
In 2006, IEEE launched an initiative called “TryEngineering.org” in collaboration with IBM and the New York Hall of Science to advance the skill and knowledge of educators who intend to bring engineering education into their classrooms and to engage and excite students about engineering and technology careers. TryEngineering.org connects STEM and pre-university educators to hands-on, low-cost, engineering lesson plans and provides access to the resources they need to teach engineering principles in the classroom. TryEngineering.org introduces students to the wonders of engineering through online engineering games and apps that are educational, interactive, and fun.

In September 2020, TryEngineering.org launched a monthly blog and webinar series that features an IEEE technical Society with related activities for pre-university students. The Aerospace and Electronic Systems Society (AESS) was selected as the featured Society for October. As part of the webinar series, TryEngineering.org interviewed AESS President, Walt Downing, and AESS Graduate Student Representative, Francesca Filippini, about their aerospace career experiences.
Spotlight on: the AESS GlueTech Panel!
IEEE Senior Member Claudio Sacchi and IEEE Fellow Marina Ruggieri, contributors to the IEEE Aerospace and Electronics Systems Society’s Glue Technologies for Space Systems Technical Panel, discuss how cloud computing is powering space travel on IEEE Transmitter.
AESS Member and IEEE Senior Member Paul Kostek Interview
IEEE Senior Member Paul Kostek comments on the methods surrounding removing debris from space and the future of potential private launches.
Chapter Report: IEEE Italy Section

During the 2020 IEEE Radar Conference recently held this past September, 21-25, 2020 in Florence, Italy, the Student Paper Competition has highlighted excellent research works from several Ph.D. students. As a toast, the Italy Section – AES Chapter has praised and saluted all the finalists. Moreover, with the support of the AESS Radar System Panel (RSP) committee, the Italy Section – AES Chapter has endowed the 2nd place: “Copula-Based Robust Landmine Detection in Multi-View Forward-Looking GPR Imagery” with € 500. The award along with a parchment were received by Afief Dias Pambudi (pictured here) of the Signal Processing Group at the Institute of Telecommunications, TU Darmstadt, Darmstadt, Germany. Congratulations Afief!

Student Opportunity: AIAA/IEEE TEC EATS Student Design Challenge 2021
The "dream" of an electrically propelled flying car is now starting to become reality, and several demonstrators have been proposed worldwide. However, autonomy and performance are still limited, and one main question is to know how far we can go in performance, taking into account the technology evolution. This is the spirit of the 2021 Challenge.

Submission deadline is 1 June 2021.

Are you following the new AESS Instagram account? Find us at @IEEE_AESS and stay up-to-date with AESS initiatives and member news!

2020 IEEE Senior Members
Senior Membership is the highest grade for which application may be made and shall require experience reflecting professional maturity; a candidate should be an engineer, scientist, educator, technical executive, or originator in IEEE-designated fields in professional practice for at least ten years and shall have shown significant performance over a period of at least five of those years.

For more information, go to the IEEE Senior membership section of the IEEE website.

Visit our website to view the complete list of our Senior Members.
AESS Professional Networking and Mentoring Program
More information is available on the AESS website. Mentors and mentees, it is easy to sign up for the program. Join us today!
AESS Membership Certificates are Now Available!
Follow these steps to download and print your certificate:
  • Log into Collabratec®
  • Click on your name in the top right of the screen and select "Member Certificates" from the drop-down menu
  • From the "Member Certificates" page, click on the "Download PDF" link to the right of "IEEE Aerospace and Electronic Membership"
  • Open the PDF and print it
Publication News
The IEEE Systems Journal provides a systems-level, focused forum for application-oriented manuscripts that address complex systems and system-of-systems of national and global significance. It intends to encourage and facilitate cooperation and interaction among IEEE Societies with systems-level and systems engineering interest, and to attract non-IEEE contributors and readers from around the globe. For example, it publishes original contributions on how to deal with disaster response such as that triggered by hurricanes, tsunamis, or current volcanic eruptions that are not solvable by pure engineering solutions.

More details on the journal scope can be found here.

We invite you to consider this journal as one of the journals where your systems-oriented research results can be published.

Amir Aghdam
Editor-in-Chief, IEEE Systems Journal
AESS Technical Panels
AESS Technical Operations
The Technical Operations Committee initiated 2 new AESS annual technical awards. The IEEE AESS Early Career Award was recently announced via e-mail to all AESS members. The award consists of a plaque and US$2000. Full details are on the AESS web site under Awards. Nominations are due 1 December. The second award is the Best AESS Panel Award which will now include up to US$1000 for the panel to use in furthering panel programs and activities. The final IEEE approval is expected in February 2021 so the new award will be for the Best Panel of 2021.

Please consider updating your technical interest profile. Our goal is to have at least 70% of our members participate. We are currently at 62%.

The next section below consists of personal statements from each of the six-panel Chairs (as of September). Panel membership is an outstanding way to get involved with the technical areas that they cover. Please consider contributing.

Then the final section consists of Panel Posts. There are so many items of interest that you have to read for yourself. You can find out, for example, that Prof. Golkar of the Glue Technologies for Space Systems Panel has launched a New Space Video Series on YouTube. Take a look!

George Schmidt, VP Technical Operations
Panel Chair Statements

The Technical Operations Committee recently initiated 2 new AESS annual technical awards which were approved by the Board of Governors. First, the IEEE AESS Early Career Award was announced via e-mail to all AESS members. The award consists of a plaque and $2000. Full details are on the AESS web site under Awards. The winner for 2020 is Dr. Alessandro Gardi, RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia.

The second award is a revision of the Best AESS Panel Award to include up to $1000 for the panel to use in furthering panel programs and activities. The final IEEE approval is expected in February 2021 so the new award will be for the Best Panel of 2021. It was recently announced that the Best Panel Award for 2020 went to the Glue Technologies for Space Systems Panel, led by Prof. Claudio Sacchi. Congratulations to the awards winners!

Members, please consider updating your technical interest profile on the IEEE web. Our goal is to have at least 70% of our members participate. We are currently at 62%. This will help us plan technical activities.

The next section below consists of personal statements from each of the 6 Panel Chairs. Panel membership is an outstanding way to get involved with the technical areas that they cover. Please consider contributing to a panel.

Then the final section consists of Panel Posts. There are so many items of interest that you have to read for yourself. You can find out, for example, that Prof. Golkar of the Glue Technologies for Space Systems Panel has launched a New Space Video Series on YouTube. Both the Avionics Systems Panel and the Navigation Systems Panel had articles in the December 2020 of Systems. Take a look at all the activities by the Panels.

Lastly, Prof. Marina Ruggieri is the newly elected 2021 VP for Technical Operations replacing me. I am sure she will provide great leadership of Tech Ops. She led our completed Future Directions Study and has now initiated a Vision & Perspectives Study involving all the panels. As VP it has been a 3-year pleasure for me to work with such very talented people and I will continue to support Tech Ops and Prof. Ruggieri.

Radar Systems Panel
Shannon Blunt, Chair 2020 | Nathan Goodman, Chair 2021

The IEEE Radar Systems Panel (RSP) serves this Technical Community by overseeing the world's flagship conferences in the field, serving as editorial staff for radar's home in the IEEE Transactions on Aerospace & Electronic Systems Journal, educating the radar workforce, and managing radar standards. With continued advances driven by the digital revolution, radar is truly experiencing a renaissance that is opening new vistas in myriad civil applications, increasingly sophisticated defense applications, and addressing the growing congestion of spectrum. Indeed, the explosion of low-cost, software-driven technologies is ushering in a "home-grown" era of radar research that will ultimately lead to a previously unseen degree of innovation crowdsourcing. Consequently, it is more important than ever that the RSP engages with a diverse population of the radar community, and individuals interested in serving should reach out to current members to learn how they can participate.

Glue Technologies for Space Systems Panel
Claudio Sacchi, Chair

Our panel intends to promote the activities of AESS in the interdisciplinary field of “Glue Technologies.” The panel aims at bringing in the community a renewed systemic vision of telecommunications encompassing various and heterogeneous space technologies in a unified framework targeting the evolution to future “Space 2.0” vision.

An updated list of the panel topics is as follows:
  • Broadband space transmissions.
  • Softwarization of space networking.
  • Internet of Remote Things (IoRT) and Internet of Space Things (IoST).
  • Seamless integration of intelligent aerial networks with cognitive and softwarized sky networks.
  • Augmented 3D reality for manned exploration missions (e.g., on Mars).
  • End-to-end system considerations of space systems.
  • Integrated communication, navigation, and sensing.
  • Advanced signal processing and data fusion techniques for Space applications.
You are encouraged to join the panel, writing an email to myself (claudio.sacchi@unitn.it), to the panel vice-chair Michael Noble (noble@ieee.org) and, in c.c., to the panel secretary Riccardo Bassoli (riccardo.bassoli@tu-dresden.de). The affiliation to IEEE (and to AESS) is welcome, but not required to join.

Avionics Systems Panel
Aloke Roy, Chair 2020 | Roberto Sabatini, Chair 2021

The Avionics Systems Panel (ASP) addresses technology research, innovation, education, and standards for avionics systems for all manned and unmanned commercial, military, and general aviation operations. The avionics system functions include communications; command and control; navigation; surveillance; traffic management; and space systems (launch vehicles, spacecraft and satellites). This is a transformational realm for avionics systems design and development due to the introduction of artificial intelligence and machine learning into avionics for autonomous aircraft. The ASP can provide opportunities for members to collaborate across industry, government and academia as well as participate in the management and organization of the two leading avionics conferences that are jointly sponsored by IEEE and the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA). We welcome individuals who want to be the future shapers of the aviation and space sectors. Individuals interested in participating should contact the chair at roberto.sabatini@rmit.edu.au.

Gyro and Accelerometer Panel
Randall Curey, Chair

The Gyro and Accelerometer Panel (GAP) is a long standing group of dedicated individuals whose contributions to the inertial sensors and systems body of standards benefit the inertial community at large. The GAP has existed for almost 60 years and has two standing committees; one for systems and one for sensors. The GAP develops and maintains a growing body of inertial sensor and system standards; 14 published standards and one in development. The GAP provides the opportunity for the inertial community to develop long term relationships and networking capabilities across academia, developers, users and customers. Participation in the GAP discussions provides a learning opportunity to hear diverse perspectives on how specifications are developed, which allows early-career professionals insight into the physics, the mathematics and the application. The GAP enables fellow professionals to engage with others in the inertial field for education, awareness and camaraderie. To that end, a number of unsponsored retirees continue to participate in the GAP activities. Individuals interested in participating should contact the chair at randall.curey@ieee.org.

Navigation Systems Panel
Michael Braasch, Chair

The purpose of the Panel is to sustain and oversee the programs of the IEEE/ION Position, Location and Navigation Symposium (PLANS); promote and support publications in the domain of Navigation; and to encourage the submission of nominations for IEEE Fellows and Senior Members in the domain of Navigation. The Panel is composed of a variety of representatives of industry, government laboratories, educational institutions and professional societies who are active in the domain of Navigation.

The panel works with the U.S. Institute of Navigation (ION) and the PLANS Executive Committee to select and support volunteers for PLANS including track chairs, session chairs and the like. The panel promotes the submission of navigation manuscripts to the IEEE Transactions on Aerospace and Electronic Systems and the AESS Systems Magazine.

Those working in the navigation area and interested in supporting the panel’s activities are encouraged to contact the panel chair: Dr. Michael Braasch: braaschm@ohio.edu.

Cyber Security Panel
Kathleen Kramer, Chair

The AESS Cyber Security panel promotes and supports cyber security technical activities in those aspects of cyber security relevant to complex systems for space, air, ocean, or ground environments, particularly those that apply to aviation and aerospace.

The panel organized a series of local, virtual meetings with AESS Distinguished Lecturers and panelists in a Summer Series to chapters and sections with an aim at better serving and motivating local member interests, beginning on June 24, with an AESS Distinguished Lectures on “Information Assurance” by Kathleen Kramer and, presented on Date, “Aerospace Cyber Physical and Autonomous Systems”, by Roberto Sabatini and finished off the summer with “How Radar Helped with WWII” by Eli Brookner. Each was offered to multiple chapters and culminated in hundreds of attendees worldwide for the final Boston-based lecture.

In its latest Educational initiative, IEEE AESS has organized a Webinar Series of Distinguished Lectures for the Fall, and the Cyber Panel is represented in each of the four series, that began in September and concludes, with Cyber-panel related talks on 24 September, 19 November, and 3 December.

The panel interests align with three AESS conferences for 2020, however each of these has had to go virtual and or postpone its in-person events to 2021. The panel met via teleconference in July.

Are you active in cyber security and interested in participating on this panel? Are you interested in organizing or attending a local meeting in the summer virtual series? Please contact the panel chair, Prof. Kathleen Kramer.

A Contribution to the Activities of the AESS Glue Technologies Technical Panel: New Space Video Series
The IEEE AESS Glue Technologies for Space Systems Technical Panel in conjunction with Professor Alessandro Golkar of the Skoltech Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation has launched a New Space Video Series initiative on YouTube. The series consists of video lectures, and video interviews. It is an attempt to explore the phenomenon of New Space using different lenses - both technical and engineering oriented, and with different formats, such as lectures, and interviews. More information here.
Education News
AESS Distinguished Lecturer Program
The "IEEE AESS Virtual Distinguished Lecturer Webinar Series" allows us to continue providing AESS members with our respected and reputable Distinguished Lecturer program. The 2021 IEEE AESS Virtual Distinguished Lecturer Webinar Series takes place over the months of April and May. Registration is completely free and limited to the first 100 registrants per event. In the case you are unable to register, you can also attend the webinar concurrently via Facebook Live, or access the webinar recording following the event.
Distinguished Lecturer Reports
Thank you to all who participated in the 2020 IEEE AESS Virtual Distinguished Lecturer Webinar Series! This initiative allowed us to continue providing AESS members with our respected and reputable Distinguished Lecturer program. Registration was completely free. Recordings of all webinars are now available to view on our website.
Conference News
Follow the link below to find up-to-date information on the deadlines for all upcoming AESS conferences.
2021 IEEE Radar Conference Registration Open
The safety and well-being of all conference participants is our top priority. As such, Radar Conf '21 has been moved to a fully VIRTUAL format. The conference dates will remain the same. On-demand material will be available 7 May - 6 June 2021.
The virtual 2021 IEEE Radar Conference will be hosted by the IEEE Atlanta Section and the IEEE Aerospace and Electronic Systems Society (AESS). This conference promises an engaging program through lectures chosen from hundreds of submissions, plenary talks, the radar summer school, a diverse set of tutorials, an exciting radar challenge, a Women in Engineering (WiE) discussion on “Being the First”, and a new government and industry panel session! In addition, there will be opportunities to learn more about the IEEE Young Professionals, schedule appointments with exhibitors, and network in this virtual environment. The rich technical program, themed under Radar on the Move, will include topics in radar systems, subsystems, techniques, technology, applications, phenomenology, and signal processing.

Radar Summer School: 8 – 9 May 2021
Tutorials: 10 & 14 May 2021
Live Conference: 11 – 13 May 2021
On-demand material availability: 7 May 2021 – 6 June 2021

Please refer to the conference website for more information.
Conference Report: IEEE Rising Stars 2021
The 2021 IEEE Rising Stars Conference was held 2-4 January 2021 in a fully virtual format. To represent the AESS, AESS Young Professionals Representative Philipp and Graduate Student Representative Laila attended the RS2021. They answered questions from students and young professionals and inspired people to become better acquainted with the AESS in a dedicated breakout room. At the same time, they showed each person what were the best possibilities within the AESS to take advantage of, the opportunities offered, and helped spread and grow the AESS in each field of interest of the society.
Conference Report: DASC 2020
The 39th DASC was held 11-15 October 2020 in a fully virtual format. Full conference report here.
Conference Report: MetroAeroSpace 2020
The 7th MetroAeroSpace Workshop was held 22-24 June 2020 in a fully virtual format. Full conference report here.
Conferences and Workshops:
The information below is current as of 11 March 2021. Please refer to the link below or to each conference website for the most up-to-date information.

2021 IEEE Radar Conference

VIRTUAL | 10-14 May 2021

The safety and well-being of all conference participants is our top priority. As such, Radar Conf '21 has been moved to fully VIRTUAL format.

2021 IEEE International Workshop
on Metrology for AeroSpace


IEEE MetroAeroSpace 2021 will pioneer a blended approach, normally with in-person presentations of podium talks and posters. Depending on the evolution of the COVID-19 pandemic, speakers that might have travel limitations (e.g., due to national restrictions or personal health conditions) will be given the possibility to present their paper or poster remotely. Participants that will not present a paper will be given the possibility to register and attend remotely.


2021 International Conference
on Information Fusion

Sun City, South Africa | Postponed to 1-4 November 2021

The organizing committee is taking note of resurgences of the COVID-19 virus across the globe, and the emergence of new strains of the virus in the UK and South Africa. The initial roll-out of vaccines in some countries offer a glimmer of hope, but given the current intensity of the pandemic, it is becoming more and more apparent that an in person conference in July in South Africa is becoming impossible. As such, we as organizers with the support of the ISIF Board of Directors are postponing the conference to 1 - 4 November 2021.


National Harbor, Maryland, USA | 30 August - 2 September 2021


San Antonio, Texas, USA | 28-30 September 2021
Technically Co-Sponsored Conference Listing:

28th Saint Petersburg International Conference on Integrated Navigation Systems (ICINS 2021)

Saint Petersburg, Russia AND VIRTUAL  |  31 May - 2 June 2021

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International Conference on Localization and GNSS (ICL-GNSS 2021)

Tampere University, Finland  |  1-3 June 2021

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21st International Radar Symposium (IRS 2021)

Berlin, Germany  |  21-23 June 2021

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19th International Symposium on Antenna Technology and Applied Electromagnetics (ANTEM 2021)

Winnipeg, MB, Canada, and VIRTUAL  |  8-11 August 2021

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​IEEE International Carnahan Conference on Security Technology (ICCST 2020)

University of Hertfordshire, UK | POSTPONED to 1-3 September 2021

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9th International SpaceWire and SpaceFibre Conference (ISC 2021)

Pisa, Italy  |  13-17 September 2021

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International Conference in Sensor Signal Processing for Defence (SSPD 2021)

Edinburgh, Scotland  |  14-15 September 2021

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Signal Processing Symposium (SPSympo-2021)

Lodz, Poland  |  21-23 September 2021

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IEEE Conference on Microwaves, Communications, Antennas, and Electronic Systems (IEEE COMCAS 2021)

Tel Aviv Israel  |  1-3 November 2021

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Have a conference you'd like advertised in the AESS Quarterly Email Blast? Contact Judy Scharmann ( j.scharmann@conferencecatalysts.com) for details on how to have it included.
IEEE Aerospace and Electronic Systems Magazine

The IEEE Aerospace and Electronic Systems Magazine is a monthly magazine that publishes articles concerned with the various aspects of systems for space, air, ocean, or ground environments as well as news and information of interest to IEEE Aerospace and Electronic Systems Society members. Our goal is to inform the readers of technologies, state of the art, design trades, etc. so that they will gain insights into a field heretofore unknown to them. We want to introduce technical specialties to readers in the hope that something in the articles will give them some insight for their own fields of endeavor.

Latest Issues
IEEE Transactions on Aerospace and Electronic Systems

IEEE Transactions on Aerospace and Electronic Systems (T-AES) focuses on the organization, design, development, integration, and operation of complex systems for space, air, ocean, or ground environment. These systems include, but are not limited to, navigation, avionics, spacecraft, aerospace power, radar, sonar, telemetry, defense, transportation, automated testing, and command and control.

Latest Issues
AESS Suggestions Welcome
We welcome suggestions from members on how the AESS can improve.

Fabiola Colone, VP Member Services
Judy Scharmann, AESS Executive Assistant