Next section event : Thurs., March 27, 2014
DATE: THURSDAY, March 27, 2014
LOCATION: BECKHAM GRILL IN PASADENA, CA
SPEAKER: Tobias Kleff & Erica Irigoyen, Aeros CorP.
TALK TITLE: aeroscraft
Mr. Kleff and Ms. Irigoyen will present the Aeros Corporation and Aeroscraft.
You can get a sneak peek on the series premiere of Rise of the Machines on the History Channel. Click here for the promotional video.
BIOGRAPHY – Mr. Tobias Kleff
Tobias D. Kleff is a Business Development Manager at Aeroscraft where he leads engagements with the commercial markets and establishes business development opportunities. Mr. Kleff brings with him extensive experience in the aviation and luxury industries to his management role at Aeros. Prior to joining Aeroscraft, Mr. Kleff worked for Lufthansa Systems Americas in Miami where he wrote proposals, created presentations and other contract-related documents for the management board. Mr. Kleff worked previously in the aviation space for Fraport AG in Frankfurt where he worked in airline and terminal operations and airport management. Mr. Kleff also brings experience from Sportme GmbH where he worked on online marketing and new customer acquisition, and from the BMW Group in Munich were he supported VIP fleet service presentations and managed launch events for the Z4, 5-series, 6-series and 7-series vehicles. Kleff holds a Private Pilots license, a MS in Aeronautics from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Florida, a MA in International Business from the Munich Business School, and a BS in Business Administration from Goethe-University in Frankfurt.
BIOGRAPHY – Ms. Erica Irigoyen
Erica Irigoyen supports global public relations and marketing activities at Aeros, where she helps Aeroscraft connect with key audiences. Prior to joining Aeros, Irigoyen has worked a marketing team member at Google+ local, held corporate communications internships at Southern California Edison and at LiveScreen TV, and has prior experience as a collegiate managing editor. She earned a BS in Communications Studies from Emerson College.
Beckham Grill Restaurant, 77 W. Walnut, Pasadena, CA
6 p.m. Social Hour
7 p.m. Dinner
8 p.m. Program/Talk
The dinner meeting is open to both AIAA and non-AIAA members.
Cost : $25 for AIAA members (and one guest at member price), $30 for non-members, $10 for students, and FREE to members attending for the first time. Please pay cash at the door.
New: Limited number of spots are available for those wishing to attend the meeting without purchasing dinner. The price is $10.
For RSVPs please email: aiaaSGV@gmail.com
Please include your name, names of your guests, and AIAA membership status in your RSVP.
AIAA and ASME Tour
Friday, March 28, 2014, 12:30 PM to ~ 3:30 PM
“Visit the Jet Propulsion Laboratory – Home of Spacecraft Blazing the Trail to the Planets and the Universe Beyond”
Reservations: E-mail: email@example.com
Provide: Full Name, Country of Citizenship, AIAA or ASME, Phone Number and Email Address
RSVP by Friday – February 21, 2014 at 4:00 p.m.
Tours are limited to the first 50 people
Sample of Previous Meeting Talks:
January 2014: Weather and Climate on Mars - New Insights from the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter
November 2013: Steve Isakowitz, Your Ticket to Space
October 2013: Sandy Magnus, former US astronaut: Perspectives from Space
October 2013: Tech Talk on 3D printing, aka Additive Manufacturing
August 2013: Mysteries of Europa
May 2013: Gen. Tattini, Deputy Director of JPL: Reflections on My Last 12 Years at JPL
March 2013: Optical PAyload for Lasercomm Science (OPALS)
January 2013: Is Global Warming the Real Deal? Are You Skeptical?
November 2012: Mars InSight Mission
September 2012: The 21st Century Conquest of Space
May 2012: Installing Seismometers Around Every Corner: What can they tell us?
March 2012: This Way to Mars: How Technologies Borrowed from Robotic Missions Could Deliver Astronauts to Deep Space
January 2012: Mars Science Laboratory
November 2011: Rainbow and Gusto: Stealth and the Design of the Lockheed Blackbird
September 2011: The Future of NASA's Human Spaceflight Program
May 2011: Miniaturization Technologies for Space Exploration & Their Crossover Applications
March 2011: Simulating Impact Performance of Structures
January 2011: California’s Sustainable Water Future
May 2010: Living on a Restless Planet: Using Space Technology to Study Earthquakes, Aquifers, Volcanoes, and More
March 2010: The Mars Rovers