GE Aviation Lecture

Working Toward Greener Skies

October 6, 2021 | 8 - 9pm

Presented Online

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What was the carbon footprint of your last commercial flight? As consumers, we might not always think about sustainability as it relates to air travel, but the aviation industry is actively working to make your flight more efficient, more innovative, and ultimately, more green. From developing new fuels to engineering entirely new fleets of vehicles and even experimenting with battery power, innovators are defining what the future of air travel will look like. Join us for this panel discussion of industry experts who will discuss the potential and challenges of these new technologies, and how they’re working to make aviation better for the environment today, tomorrow, and in the future.

Panelists:

  • Mohamed Ali, Vice President of Engineering, GE Aviation
  • Sean Clarke, X-57 Principal Investigator, NASA
  • Amanda Simpson, Vice President of Research and Technology, Airbus Americas

Moderated by Graham Warwick, Executive Editor of Technology, Aviation Week.

This program will be presented live on YouTube with live closed captioning. Sign up to get a reminder.

The GE Aviation Lecture Series is made possible by the generous support of GE Aviation.