Please note that below events are in the past. For the proceedings of the past events, please click on the link of the event itself.
European Rotorcraft Forum (ERF)
18 – 21 September 2018 / Delft (NL)
The Netherlands Association of Aeronautical Engineers NVvL, also on behalf of NLR and TUDelft, is pleased to invite you to the 2018 European Rotorcraft Forum (ERF), which will be held in Delft, The Netherlands from the 18th to 21st September 2018.
Emphasise during the Forum is on safe operation, environmental impact and the role of civil and public service rotorcraft to the benefit of the community. During the three day event several plenary sessions with keynote speakers are scheduled and over 100 technical papers are presented in five parallel sessions. The venue will be Conference Centre of TU Delft. The vital importance of safety in rotary wing operations is highlighted by the Helicopter Safety Workshop on September 20th, hosted by the EASA Rotorcraft Sectorial Committee and the International Helicopter Safety Team. ERF participants have free access to the workshop.
Please submit your abstract before 16th February 2018 on the ERF 2018 website (www.ERF2018.org).
For more details, please contact the ERF secretariat email@example.com.
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2nd Conference Advanced Aircraft Efficiency in a Global Air Transport System, AEGATS’18
Call for Papers
October 23th-25th, 2018 / Toulouse (FR)
The AEGATS Conference is the “forum” supporting the vision of a Global Air Transport System, addressing the efficiency problematics for both aircraft design and air transportation operations perspectives to prepare the future.
A more efficient aircraft means an aircraft which provides more and more Net Present Value. As a result, the aircraft design must enable, on the one hand to reduce dramatically the fuel burn, the maintenance cost and the cost of ownership in a shorter time to market, and on the other hand to increase revenue through cabin services and enhanced aircraft operability. Urban mobility is it a dream or a new challenge? Question to focus on at this conference. Of course, the digital transformation of the industry, including the intensive use of big data with new business models is a key enabler to achieve this. Security has not to be seen as a threat but as an opportunity for improvement.
This new edition of the AEGATS Conference will answer these problematics and will bring together all stockholders of the air transport system, including aircraft manufacturers, airlines, airports, ATM, universities, academy, and government agencies.
– AIRCRAFT DESIGN
– DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION & AVIATION INFRASTRUCTURE
– DOOR-TO-DOOR AIR MOBILITY
April 13th, 2018: Abstracts submission deadline
May 31th, 2018: Notification to authors
June 15th, 2018: Online registration
October 23th-25th, 2018: AEGATS 2018
Please submit a 400 words abstract with the Submission Form to the AEGATS’18 secretariat : firstname.lastname@example.org before April 13th, 2018. Please visit the website www.aegats2018.com for more information about registration and abstract submission.
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International Conference on High-Speed Vehicle Science and Technology (HiSST)
26–29 of November 2018 / Moscow (Ru)
The HiSST promotes open discussion between research institutions, academia and industry from around the globe on research and development of enabling technologies for supersonic to high-speed vehicles. In honour of TsAGi’s 100th Anniversary, the inaugural location of this international conference is chosen to be Moscow (Russia). HiSST 2018 is supported by CEAS and hosted by TsAGI from 26–29 November 2018.)
The call for papers is open (http://tsagi.com/pressroom/events/) with a deadline of 31 March 2018.)
Conference topics cover High-Speed Missions and Vehicles, Propulsion Systems and Components, Thermal, Energy and Management Systems, Guidance & Control Systems, Materials and Structures, High-Speed Aerodynamics and Aerothermodynamics, Testing & Evaluation, Operation and Environment, Hypersonic Fundamentals and History.
International Technical Committee members:)
• Australia Prof. dr Vincent Wheatley (Univ. of Queensland)
• Brazil Prof. dr Marco Sala Minucci (IEAv)
• China Dr Lihong Chen (Chinese Academy of Sciences)
• Europe Prof. dr J. Steelant (European Space Agency)
• France Dr Francois Falempin (MBDA)
• Germany Prof. dr Klaus Hanneman (DLR)
• Italy Dr Gennaro Russo (Trans-Tech)
• Japan Prof. dr Masataka Maita (JAXA)
• Russia Prof. dr Sergey Chernyshev (TsAGI)
• South-Korea Prof. dr Yung-Hwan Byun (Konkuk University)
• United Kingdom Prof. dr Matthew McGilvray (Univ. of Oxford)
• United States Dr A. Siebenhaar (Mach 7H).
For any questions, feel free to contact Evgenia Gutorova (event coordinator) by e-mail email@example.com
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