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13th Hypervelocity Impact Symposium
April 26-30, 2015 • Boulder, Colorado USA
Final Prep Underway!
On behalf of the Board of Directors of the Hypervelocity Impact Society, the planning committee is pleased to announce the 13thHypervelocity Impact Symposium to be held April 26 – 30, 2015 in Boulder, Colorado, USA.
The Hypervelocity Impact Symposium (HVIS) is a biennial event organized by the Hypervelocity Impact Society that serves as the principal forum for the discussion, interchange, and presentation of the physics of high- and hypervelocity impact and related technical areas. It is intended for scientists, engineers, and technical managers from academia, industry, government, and defense programs. The HVIS Symposia have a long-standing international reputation as a catalyst for stimulating research in this area through a wealth of oral and poster presentations, and commercial exhibits. The Symposium’s proceedings are the major archival source of papers published in this field.
Abstract submission and review process has been completed on over 140 submissions. Authors are now preparing their full draft manuscript(s) for peer-review. Accepted papers will be presented during the conference in one of the following areas:
Symposium Co-Chairs are William Schonberg (Missouri S&T) and Timothy Maclay (Celestial Insight) Technical Program Chairs are Joel Williamsen (IDA) and Steve Evans (NASA)
March 15, 2015
No refunds after this date.
April 26 - 30, 2015
Scientists, engineers and technical managers from academia, industry, government and defense programs.
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