October 26th, 2021
EASN stimulates a discussion on the expectations from Horizon Europe's framework, in which ten distinguished personalities of the European Aviation Research Community are sharing their views.
The main aim of the Horizon Europe programme is to tackle climate change. In this context, the contribution expected from the Aviation Sector represents probably one of the biggest challenges in its history. Horizon Europe, which is the main tool for developing the technologies enabling to meet this challenge, entails an appreciable amount of aviation research; it includes mainly the JUs EPCA and SESAR as well as the relevant topics of Cluster 5. Furthermore, aviation will benefit from synergies with other JUs and Clusters addressing primarily other sectors such as the JUs Fuel Cells and Hydrogen, Made in Europe Partnership, Cluster 4 - Digital, Industry & Space, etc. In this context, ten distinguished personalities of the European Aeronautical Research Community are sharing their views about and their expectations from Horizon Europe. The answers provided in alphabetical order, can be found here.