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Keynote Speaker for 33rd International SAMPE Technical Conference

  • Friday, 17th August 2001
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John Roundhill, Vice President – Marketing for Boeing’s proposed “”Sonic Cruiser,”” will discuss the factors that are driving the growth of long-range air travel at the upcoming 33rd International SAMPE Technical Conference in Seattle Washington, on November 6, 2001. His address on “Changing the Way the World Flies: New Dimensions in Long Range Flight” will address global trends that are directing the future of the aviation business and other industries; passenger choice and its effects on air travel; emerging products and technologies; and the proposed newest Boeing airplane, the “”Sonic Cruiser.””

The International SAMPE Technical Conference, which runs from November 5 – 8, 2001, features a full technical program and company exhibits. A record number of abstracts for papers – 220 – have been received for the program. The program also features six tutorials and two panel discussions. The conference will be held at the Westin Hotel in downtown Seattle, Washington.

Companies interested in reserving exhibit tabletops or booths, or in sponsoring various conference functions, should contact Rosemary Loggia of SAMPE at (626) 321-0616, extension 601, as soon as possible. For additional information about the conference call the SAMPE International Business Office at (626) 321-0616 or send an e-mail.


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