Meet some of the many technical experts at Boeing who are making the impossible possible.
At the top of the game
Boeing this year advanced 11 teammates to the role of Senior Technical Fellow, the highest achievement for technical leadership. This distinction recognizes their commitment to professional and personal excellence, as well as their stature as a worldwide expert in their fields. Meet the newest Boeing colleagues who have earned this title.
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IQ’s content includes articles from the Boeing Technical Journal, a peer-reviewed periodical for Boeing subject-matter-experts to capture and leverage knowledge. Research coverage includes all manner of commercial and defense product development, as well as products and services spanning land and sea, to air and space, and through cyberspace.
While the expansive BTJ archive remains exclusive to Boeing employees, IQ offers selected articles to all readers; these articles are indicated with a “BTJ” heading.
This paper explores a method of estimating the probability of rare accidents in complex non-stationary systems.Learn More
This paper examines how adopting a proactive strategy in complying with worldwide chemical regulations can drive business.Learn More
This paper explores an industrywide effort, featuring Boeing, to help aerospace address the world’s many environment-related laws.Learn More
Learn about Dynamic Ocean, a virtual environment to help Boeing develop new maritime systems.Learn More
Boeing engineers specializing in computational fluid dynamics are using their know-how in areas such as astronomy.Learn More
How did Boeing help a university’s solar car team get its vehicle from the Midwest United States to a race in Australia?Learn More
Here’s a look at a few of Boeing’s many latest ideas and technical breakthroughs recently granted or published by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.Learn More
A World Of Technical Know-How
As the global leader in aerospace innovation, Boeing has a worldwide perspective on its business – and on its technology partnerships, says Dr. Greg Hyslop, Boeing chief technology officer.
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Autonomous advantage in Australia
Senior Technical Fellow Shane Arnott explains why Australia is where Boeing launched its largest autonomous systems development program outside the United States.
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A partnership of the University of Wyoming and Idaho Power Co. has, for the first time, captured direct observation of cloud seeding, using both ground-based radar and research aircraft radar, as well as high-resolution computer modeling.
Researchers at the University of Illinois at Chicago have developed a graphene-oxide-coated "nanosheet" that may improve the commercial viability of lithium-metal batteries. Compared to traditional batteries, lithium-metal batteries are lighter and have higher energy density, but have faced reliability issues.
Scientists from Kyoto University and the Japanese firm Advanced Telecommunications Research Institute International have built a neural network algorithm that reproduces images seen and imagined by people.
Chinese additive manufacturing company Dedibot has launched a concept “open-ended” additive manufacturing printer that flies, which would allow it to print objects of unlimited size.
Scientists at the German Aerospace Center have tested a solar receiver/reactor that stores energy, allowing continuous day and night operation.
Engineers from the Southwest Research Institute have created a flash memory storage system that can record data up to 100 times faster than existing systems, which could allow better data gathering by satellites or deep space missions.
Using photophoretic optical trapping— moving and illuminating a particle with laser beams—a team at Brigham Young University has produced 3D images that levitate in space.
Innovation Quarterly is a publication by and for the community of technical professionals at Boeing worldwide. Expected release of each edition is February, May, August and November. Comments and letters are invited by email and may be published in subsequent editions. Submissions are subject to editing; no more than 90 words will be published. To submit a letter to the editor, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
On the cover: Boeing’s newest Senior Technical Fellow are (from left) P.J. Wilcynski, Joe Brinker, Len Inderhees, Janice Karty, Michael Drake, Ian Fialho, Ian Willson, Jay Lowell, John Sullivan, Kevin Paxton and Don Farr.
Publisher: Greg Hyslop | Associate Publisher: Peter Hoffman
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