( June 3rd to 5th)
Anomalous Aerospace Phenomena Conference (AAPC) 2022
Sponsored by SCU
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presenters and their presentations on our youtube channel.
Rocket City Tavern, 2100 Rideout Road SW, Huntsville, AL,35808
This will be both an in person and virtual live stream conference event, where participants are encouraged to engage and ask questions during the presentations.
We have an exciting line up this year for AAPC 2022, which includes numerous special guest speakers presenting research on a range of interesting topics related to the study of UAP. Our key note speaker will be Mr. Ryan Graves, former F/A-18F Super Hornet pilot with over 2000 hours of flight time. Ryan conducted two combat deployments aboard the USS Enterprise and USS Theodore Roosevelt before honorably separating. In 2018, Ryan joined BAE Systems’ FAST Labs as a Technology Development Manager, focused on AI, hypersonics, and multi-agent intelligences, winning programs such as DARPA’s Air Combat Evolution TA1 and AFRL’s Skyborg Vanguard Program. Currently, Ryan is the Director of Operations at Quantum Generative Materials (GenMat), a material science company using Quantum Computing-enabled AI to discover novel materials.
Mr Graves will be discussing how the USG might increase the investigatory power behind UAP. Technical innovation in the USG is constrained by the inability of government R&D to keep pace with peer nations and/or industries. As the DOD establishes a technical roadmap to investigate UAP, how might the USG’s expand the technical innovation ecosystem and leverage scalable problem/solution pairing in potentially unclassified environments? In this presentation, we will explore how the USG could engage the technical expertise of the wider innovation ecosystem to investigate UAP.
Mr. Ryan Graves, retired F/A-18F Navy Pilot and Director of Operations at Quantum Generative Material (GenMat)
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Panels and presentations included:
The innovative imperative presented by retired Navy Pilot Ryan Graves. Ryan Graves discusses his experience and perceptive from a Navy Pilot point of view.
Dr. Hayan Kayal presents from Germany the “Research on UAP, SETI and Space Technologies at
Julius-Maximilians-University of Würzburg, Germany”