The EASN Association

The long-term goal of establishing EASN was to built up an open, unique European platform in order to structure, support and upgrade the research activities of the European Aeronautics Universities, as well as to facilitate them to respond to their key role within the European Aeronautical research Community in incubating new knowledge and breakthrough technologies. The European Aeronautics Science Network principles have obtained the support of the commission thanks to two funded Specific Support Actions. On 06.05.2008, the EASN Association was officially established which is:
- An International association based in Brussels
- Self funded and self sustainable
- Coordinated and run by a board of directors which is elected by the General Assembly for a 3 year term

The primary aim of the EASN Association is the advancement of the aeronautics sciences and technologies. Further aims of the EASN Association can be found here. Any individual with interest in Aeronautics and Aeronautics related research may become a member of EASN. The services provided by EASN to its members can be found here. In addition, entities such as Research Establishments, SMEs, Industries and Universities are welcome to join the EASN. More details about the membership types of EASN can be found here .

The IJSI represents an official arm of the EASN in partnership with Emerald Publishers in order to provide a well-established platform where information, results and actions/policies can be circulated globally as well as within its members.


Aerospace is an international, peer-reviewed, open access journal devoted to the publication of original papers, review articles, short notes and communications related to all fields of aerospace science, engineering and technology ...


EASN Latest News

Interview of Mr. Bart Biebuyck, Executive Director of the Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking

Mr. Bart Biebuyck, Executive Director of the Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking - FCH JU (short CV here) introduces his views regarding the challenges and the scopes of the FCH JU as well as his viewpoint on the role of Academia in the frame of the FCH JU.
Date posted: August 28, 2020, 12:24 pm
EASN supported projects


ICARUS (Innovative Coarsening-resistant Alloys with enhanced Radiation tolerance and Ultra-fine grained Structure for aerospace application) is an ambitious collaborative project, aiming to develop an innovative thermodynamic approac...  see all EASN Supported Projects


FUCAM (FUture Cabin for the Asian Market), a Horizon 2020 collaborative project, aims at developing a conceptual cabin interior design dedicated to the Asian markets in the year 2025 and onwards. The project will analyse the user requirements from th...  see all EASN Supported Projects


EFFICOMP (Efficient Composite parts manufacturing) is a RIA collaboration established between Europe and Japan, aiming to contribute to the reduction of costs and increase of ramp up production of composite parts for structur...  see all EASN Supported Projects
EASN Regional Structure

EASN Thematic Structure