NCAMP-National Center for Advanced Materials Performance-NIAR-Wichita State University
NCAMP, the National Center for Advanced Materials Performance, works with the FAA and industry partners to qualify material systems and populate a shared materials database that can be viewed publicly. NCAMP started as a FAA-funded program within the National Institute for Aviation Research at Wichita State University and stemmed from NASA's 1995 Advanced General Aviation Transport Experiment (AGATE). What is the benefit to aircraft manufacturers? Which material systems are currently NCAMP-qualified?
National Institute for Aviation Research - Personnel
PhD, Mechanical Engineering, West Virginia University. MS, Mechanical Engineering, West Virginia University. BS, Aerospace Engineering, West Virginia University. Specializing in: Material Qualification, Advanced Material Insertion, Composites and Advanced Materials Research. BS, Aerospace Engineering, Wichita State University. Mini-M.B.A. – Wichita State University Center for Management Development. Director, Finance and Operations. MBA, Wichita State University. Director of Special Programs. Specializin...