Upcoming CEAS Events

Below you can find a sorted list of upcoming events organized by CEAS or its member societies.

For a full list of all aerospace events, please visit the CEAS CPMIS (Conference Programming Management Information System) at aerospace-events.eu

Aerospace Europe CEAS 2017 Conference

More information to be announced

2-6 October 2017 / Bucharest, Ro

Announcement CEAS 2017

RAeS Rotorcraft Virtual Engineering Conference 2016

8-10 November 2016/ Liverpool

This conference will look at how Virtual Engineering will look at supporting life cycle engineering through design and development, test and certification and operations.

It will look at the question ‘How close is Industry at getting things ‘right first time’?’ when looking at predicting aircraft behaviour through papers from industry, research labs and academia.

Registration includes: - A delegate pass to the full 3 day conference
- Networking Drinks Reception
- Conference Dinner
- Technical Tour to the Flight Simulation Laboratory and Virtual Engineering Centre
- Conference Proceedings

As a member of CEAS we have a special rate of £500 for the conference.


4th CEAS EuroGNC Guidance, Navigation & Control Conference

Warsaw, 17 April 2017


23th AIAA/CEAS Aeroacoustics Conference

More information to be announced

17 June 2017

18th International Forum on Aeroelasticity and Structural Dynamics (IFASD)

More information to be announced

17 July 2017 / Como, It

13th European Workshop on Aircraft Design Education (EWADE 2017)

Bucharest, October 2017


Upcoming CEAS Members’ Events


5th Aircraft Structural Design Conference

The Royal Aeronautical Society’s 5th Aircraft Structural Design Conference, undertaken with the support of the Aerospace Research Institute, University of Manchester, will address the challenges facing the designers of the next generation of aircraft. These arise because the new designs will need to meet strict environmental constraints and will be subject to ever increasing pressures for reductions in manufacturing and life-cycle costs and continual improvements in overall performance/efficiency factors. The resulting aircraft will be complex, requiring multi-disciplinary design approaches and solutions in a distributed design environment.

The 5th Aircraft Structural Design Conference will be hosted by the University of Manchester which has a long history in the development of aeronautical sciences starting when the 25 year old Osborne Reynolds was appointed its first ‘Professor of Engineering’ in 1868. The University houses the Aerospace Research Institute, the National Graphene Institute, the Northwest Composite Centre together with its commercial arm the National Composites Certification and Evaluation Facility, NCCEF. The conference will be held at the Manchester Conference Centre which lies at the heart of this vibrant city.

A call for papers is currently open for this conference and seeks contributions covering current research focused on the design and manufacture of future civil and military air-vehicle structures, both manned and uninhabited. The scope of the conference covers both airframe and engines. This includes consideration of innovative forms and design scenarios together with the challenges resulting from considering the complete aircraft life-cycle, from initial concept to final disposal. The design and analysis of structures constructed from CFRP and novel materials is a major topic area for the conference.

Call for Papers

4 – 6 October 2016 / The University of Manchester


FT2016: Swedish Aerospace Technology 2016

AEROSPACE TECHNOLOGY 2016 will be held in Solna - Stockholm on October 11-12, 2016 by the Swedish Society of Aeronautics and Astronautics (FTF) in cooperation with the Strategic Innovation Programme Aeronautics (Innovair), and the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences (IVA).

The triennial congress has become well established as the forum for the Swedish aerospace technology. The aim is to promote research as well as technical and industrial development in the aerospace sector and also to create stimuli for higher education in these sectors.

The Aerospace Technology 2016 is open to persons who are active in aerospace and it focuses on engineering development, industrial restructuring, relevant applications, and user benefits.

11 – 12 October 2016 / Solna, Stockholm, Sweden

8th European Workshop on Thermal Protection Systems and Hot Structures

More information to be announced

19-22 April 2017/ ESA- ESTEC, Noordwijk, NL