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Interview of Prof. Konstantinos Kontis, co-organizer of the 8th EASN-CEAS International Workshop

Prof. Konstantinos Kontis, Professor of Aerospace Engineering at University of Glasgow and co-organizer of the 8th EASN-CEAS International Workshop on "Manufacturing for Growth & Innovation", explaines the objectives of this great event.

Q1: What is the scope of 8th EASN-CEAS International Workshop on "Manufacturing for Growth & Innovation"?
Over the years, the EASN conference has been established as a major European Dissemination event. The 8th EASN-CEAS International Workshop aims to build on the success of the series of EASN and CEAS events by becoming an even broader and even more comprehensive gathering. The International Workshop is designed to foster the cooperation and interaction between participants on a multidisciplinary basis serving as a platform for sharing your research activities and exchanging novel ideas for future research with a relative pan-European and global audience. The event is structured in a way that enhances the interaction and presents an excellent opportunity for networking and creating new synergies for future collaborations on a bilateral basis or in the frame of multilateral projects.

Q2: What is the structure of the Workshop?
The conference will include a number of Plenary Talks by distinguished personalities of the European Aviation sector from the academia, industry, research community and policy makers. It will also include Thematic Sessions on a series disciplines of the A&AT Manufacturing domain (e.g. Factory of the future, Industry 4.0 for manufacturing, Advanced structures and materials, Integrated aircraft design, Green manufacturing), along with Technical Workshops where evolving ideas, technologies, products, services and processes will be discussed. Research projects are invited to exploit the opportunity and disseminate their results and achievements in dedicated Sessions.

Date posted: March 26, 2018, 7:19 am

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