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Helping you plan your week at the conference.

NEW: Days Have Shifted for 2019! Now Monday thru Friday

- Training Courses Offered Monday, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday
- Keynotes & Tech Sessions Held Tuesday thru Thursday

In order to accommodate travel after the Easter holiday, we have shifted the conference schedule. For 2019, the conference will start with Training Courses on the afternoon of Monday, April 22 and run thru the morning of Friday, April 26, 2019. Please make a note of this when planning your trip for the AA&S/PS&S Conference in Washington DC.


View the Complete PS&S Agenda for 2019

The mission of this conference is to proactively address or prevent problems with safety, readiness, reliability and sustainment, within the tri-service turbine engine fleet, through the transition of existing and emerging technologies.

You are invited to join us at the 2019 PS&S Conference, posted below is the Complete PS&S 2019 Dynamic Agenda Link as well as an Overview Agenda of the conference. Within the Overview, sessions are color coded for your convenience. By clicking on the provided links, you may view each session individually or by the entire day. We are again offering a full day of Training Courses on Monday to all our attendees at no extra cost.


Please click the link below to access the 2019 Dynamic Agenda, or scroll further down to view the Overview Agenda.


View the Combined Sessions AA&S/PS&S 2019 (Monday/Tuesday/Friday)

View the Complete PS&S 2019 Core Agenda (Wednesday/Thursday)


Please note that you must meet all PS&S Requirements in order to attend
the PS&S Conference - Click Below for Details.


      PS&S Conference Requirement Details   

2019 Conference Agendas

2019 AA&S Conference Agenda
Now Online!

2019 PS&S Core Conference
Agenda Now Online!

 

Attention All PS&S Attendees!

To qualify to attend the PS&S Conference, you MUST be a U.S. Citizen or Green Card Holder. All non-government attendees (including contractors) must have a registered DLSC certification number, which is provided on the processed DD Form 2345. All U.S. active duty military personnel and U.S. Government Civilian Employees are exempt from the certification requirements.

   Download the DD Form 2345   

   FAQ / DD2345 Fact Sheet   


Highlighted Conference Events

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   Featured Exhibit Display   

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Click Here to View the Entire Detailed Monday Agenda
11:00 AM - 7:00 PM Registration Opens for Early Check-In
1:00 PM Afternoon Training Courses Begin - Breaks determined by Instructor
               • Introduction to Corrosion Control and Coatings for the Aerospace Engineer   (View Session)   (View Course Description)
               • NASA's Approach to Additive Manufacturing Certification   (View Session)   (View Course Description)
               • What Engineers Need to Know About NDT?   (View Session)   (View Course Description)
               • (2 HR) Additive Manufacturing for Aerospace, Turbine Engine and Military Applications
               • (2 HR) How Do You Verify the Accuracy of Engineering Simulations?   (View Session)   (View Course Description)
               • FAA Certification Process Overview Training   (View Session)   (View Course Description)
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM Meet Your Peers Reception
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM Evening Training Courses (with Cash Bar)
               • Is the Soft Side of Leadership Harder Than the Hard Side of Leadership?   (View Session)   (View Course Description)
Click Here to View the Entire Detailed Tuesday Agenda
7:00 AM Registration Opens / Continental Breakfast in the Exhibit Hall
8:00 AM 2019 Conference Welcoming Remarks &
                The National Airworthiness Council (NAC) Keystone Panel   (View Sessions)   (View Keystone Details Page)
                with Concurrent Opposing Technical Session:
               • Digital Infrastructure Development I   (View Sessions)
9:30 AM Exhibit Hall Refreshment Break
10:00 AM The Adversary Air (ADAIR) Keystone Panel   (View Sessions)   (View Keystone Details Page)
                with Concurrent Opposing Technical Session:
               • Digital Infrastructure Development II   (View Sessions)
11:30 AM - 1:00 PM Exhibit Hall Luncheon with Featured Demonstration:
                                    Scan and Plan – Revolutionizing Robotics (View Demonstration Details)
1:00 PM The Sustainment Agency Overviews Keystone Panel   (View Sessions)   (View Keystone Details Page)
                with Concurrent Opposing Technical Session:
               • Digital Infrastructure Development III   (View Sessions)
2:30 PM Exhibit Hall Refreshment Break
3:00 PM The NDI/E Trends & Growth Opportunities Keystone Panel   (View Session)   (View Keystone Details Page)
4:30 PM - 6:30 PM Sponsored Exhibitor Reception - Sponsored By:
                            
Click Here to View the Entire Detailed Wednesday Agenda
7:00 AM Registration Opens / Continental Breakfast in the Exhibit Hall
8:00 AM Concurrent Technical Sessions:
               • Air Bearing   (View Session)
               • Structures   (View Session)
9:30 AM Exhibit Hall Refreshment Break
10:00 AM Concurrent Technical Sessions:
               • Large FOD Panel   (View Session)
               • Probabilistics   (View Session)
               • Innovative Fatigue Life Systems   (View Session)
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM Group Luncheon
1:30 PM Concurrent Technical Sessions:
               • Risk Based Life Management - RFC 1   (View Session)
               • Additive Manufacturing for Lifing Panel   (View Session)
               • Testing   (View Session)
               • Air Force Training - Escape Systems (2 HR)   (View Session)   (View Course Description)
3:30 AM Exhibit Hall Refreshment Break
4:00 PM Concurrent Technical Sessions:
               • Risk Based Life Management - RFC 2   (View Session)
               • Structural Dynamics   (View Session)
               • Air Force Training - COCO (2 HR)   (View Session)   (View Course Description)
Click Here to View the Entire Detailed Thursday Agenda
7:00 AM Registration Opens / Continental Breakfast in the Foyer
8:00 AM Concurrent Technical Sessions:
               • Fatigue Behavior and Modeling   (View Session)
               • IBR Repair Technologies   (View Session)
               • EZS-161 Airworthiness Policy and Implementation   (View Session)   (View Course Description)
9:30 AM Refreshment Break in the Foyer
10:00 AM Concurrent Technical Sessions:
               • Residual Stress   (View Session)
               • Engine Diagnostics   (View Session)
               • EZS-161 Airworthiness Policy and Implementation   (View Session)   (View Course Description)
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM Group Luncheon
1:30 PM General Session Panel:
               • Leveraging Digital for Rapid Prototyping, Certification, Fielding & Sustainment Panel   (View Session)
               • EZS-161 Airworthiness Policy and Implementation   (View Session)   (View Course Description)
               • Air Introduction to the European Military Airworthiness Requirements (EMARs) (2 HR)
                 (View Session)   (View Course Description)
3:30 PM Exhibit Hall Refreshment Break
4:00 PM General Session Panel:
               • (THIS SESSION IS NOW OPEN TO ALL ATTENDEES) Artificial Intelligence Panel   (View Session)
               • EZS-161 Airworthiness Policy and Implementation   (View Session)   (View Course Description)
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM Closing Networking Reception
8:00 AM - 12:00 PM Training Session:
               • Intro to Probabilistic Methods with Applications to Probabilistic   (View Session)   (View Course Description)
12:00 PM Conference Adjourns

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