GUIde 7 Meetings & Teleconferences

Annual Meeting                 

The in-person annual meeting, which is held each fall, provides an opportunity for the GUIde Consortium members to review the overall strides made within each research project.  On the first day of the meeting, the researchers present their data to date and field questions from the GUIde Consortium and invited guests.  Likewise, each researcher receives in-depth feedback from the Steering Committee.  The morning of the second day is reserved for the GUIde Steering Committee's business items.  

GUIde 7 Meetings

Second Annual Meeting:

Fall, 2023: Location TBD

First Annual Meeting:

October 25-27, 2022: NASA Marshall Facility, Huntsville, AL


GUIde 6 Meetings

Fourth Annual Meeting:

October 25-27, 2022: NASA Marshall Facility, Huntsville, AL

Third Annual Meeting:

December 7-9, 2021: Doosan Facility, Jupiter, FL

Second Annual Meeting:

February 8-12, 2021: Virtual Meeting

First Annual Meeting:

October 8-10, 2019: Safran facility, France


Past Meetings (GUIde 5)

Sixth annual meeting:

October 2-4, 2018: Pratt & Whitney Facility, East Hartford, CT

Fifth annual meeting:

October 11-13, 2017:  IHI Facility, Japan

Fourth annual meeting:

October 4-5, 2016:  GE Aviation Facility, Cincinnati, OH

Third annual meeting:

October 21-22, 2015:  Rolls-Royce Facility, Indianapolis, IN

Second annual meeting:

November 12-13, 2014:  Honeywell Facility, Phoenix, AZ

First annual meeting:

October 23-24, 2013:  Duke University, Durham, NC

Quarterly Telconferences & Technical Reports

In addition to the annual meeting, each researcher is required to give a presentation to the GUIde 6 Technical Committee via teleconference call and the web three times per year. These quarterly teleconferences allow the Technical Committee to assess progress on milestones and deliverables, and gives the investigator immediate input on the direction of their research.

Also, within a few weeks of the second quarter's (spring) teleconference and the annual meeting (fall), the researchers submit a written technical report to the GUIde 6 Technical Committee.