NSMMS & CRASTE
The National Space and Missile Materials Symposium (NSMMS) brings together the nation’s technology leaders to review the critical challenges of materials, processing, and manufacturing for space, missile, and hypersonic systems. System engineers, designers, scientists, researchers, managers, and senior leaders will be in attendance from the joint services, NASA, DOE, academia, and industry. The government’s active participation in this event helps provide direction to senior leaders, research scientists, and engineers in the industry, in order to keep our capabilities internationally competitive and our defense systems the best in the world.
The Commercial and Government Responsive Access to Space Technology Exchange (CRASTE) matches system integrators with subsystem technology providers to enable new responsive space access capabilities. CRASTE focuses on integration of emerging technologies and emerging space access architectures to satisfy new and existing markets. CRASTE has a special focus on near term technologies that are approaching flight.
ATA staff member Shane Flores will be presenting on “Predicting Nonlinear Response of Carbon-Based Composite Materials” on Tuesday, June 27, at 3:45 pm. ATA staff will also be on hand throughout the event to discuss your design, analysis, and test needs. Register below to reserve some one-on-one time with an ATA expert. We will contact you within 24 hours to confirm a date and time.