January 29th, 2019

From 17 to 20 September 2019, Warsaw, Poland.

The European Rotorcraft Forum is one of the premier events in the rotorcraft community?s calendar bringing together manufacturers, research establishments, academia, operators and regulatory agencies to discuss advances in research, development, design, manufacturing, testing and operation of rotorcraft.

The ERFs are special events for the international rotorcraft community and many of us might even remember past ERFs as significant milestones in our careers ? maybe the first public presentation for a PhD student, or a report on a multi-national collaborative research venture, the description of new technologies or operational capability for a development programme or the first announcement of new draft regulations. All these things and more can be found in the rich portfolio of a typical ERF. The ERF International Committee, responsible for the technical programme of the Forum, aims to provide a window on the rotorcraft world, to stimulate discussion and even provoke innovation.

The Forum takes place annually across Europe, rotating around the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Italy, the Netherlands and Russia. The ERF is being organized by the various national aeronautical societies and co-batched by CEAS. The first ERF was held in Southampton, England, in 1975.

In 2019 Poland will actively join this elite group. The 45th European Rotorcraft Forum will be organized in Warsaw, Poland, September 17-20, 2019.

As the registration page for European Rotorcraft Forum 2019 is now active, the International Committee invites prospective authors to submit abstracts of papers for presentation at the Forum. As in previous years, the Forum sessions cover typical aspects of rotorcraft and will be held simultaneously in various conference rooms. Detailed information about the conference and access to registration you may find on the web page and in the leaflet attached.

The abstract submission deadline is 15th February 2019.

Related files: ERF2019_093346.pdf