Hiller Hangar Talk
Presentations, exploits, research and even some tall tales from aviators and flying enthusiasts.
Each talk is about 20-30 minutes with time for Q&A.
Presented via Zoom. Pre-registration required.
See the upcoming schedule for specific dates and times.
Free of charge!
Saturday, May 9, 6:30 pm
My Job is to Keep Really Big Airplanes Flying
by Jake Stone
Just a few years ago, Jake started his career with Lockheed Martin shortly after finishing college with a degree in aerospace engineering. Since then, Jake has worked on large aircraft used for transporting cargo all around the globe, such as the C-5 and C-130.
Thursday, May 14, 2020. 7:00 pm
A High School Student In Flight Training
with Brandan Dadoun
Brandan is a teenager currently undergoing flight training and following his aviation dreams of becoming a pilot. He will share how he originally nurtured his interests through flight simulation and ultimately connected with a local flight school to put his skills to the test in the cockpit of a real airplane, laying the groundwork for his future career as an aviator.
Wednesday, May 20, 2020. 7:00 pm
Designing Airplanes: From a Lifetime Obsession to a Livelihood
Mark has had an obsession with aviation since his childhood and knew early on he wanted to design aircraft to add to the legacy of aviation. His career so far has taken him through many aspects of aviation, from fixing airplanes, preserving them, teaching about them, and now designing them. Mark currently works at Joby Aviation in Santa Cruz California where he is helping to develop the eVTOL aircraft of the future.