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Call for Expression of Interest
The European Parliament is issuing a call for Expression of Interest in order to compile a list of scientific/academic experts to provide independent and on-hand external expertise for the Committee on Transport and Tourism (TRAN).
Date published: 20.07.2015
Call for Expression of Interest
Call for Expression of Interest to compile a list of scientific/academic experts to assist the European Parliament's Committee on Transport and Tourism (TRAN)
Date published: 08.06.2015
EASN Newsletter - April 2015
The first periodic EASN newsletter of 2015 is now published.
Date published: 16.04.2015
The 2nd CATER e-book is now available!
The newly released edition includes an overview of Europe's vision, goals and research agenda for aviation, as well as the main annual achievements and findings of the CATER Coordination and Support Action. Found out all about it here.
Date published: 29.03.2015
Interview with ACARE chairman Peter F. Hartman (KLM-Air France), assisted by Ruben M. Ablas and Michiel Q. Laumans
Peter F. Hartman, chairman of ACARE and Vice-Chairman Air France KLM, evaluates the ACARE goals and long-term strategy, appraises the potential role of Academia on realizing these goals, as well as expresses his views on the new set-up of the Horizon2020 Programme.
Date published: 24.02.2015
European Conference on "Transport safety: societal challenges, research solutions" - Final statement
Within the programme of activities of the Italian Presidency of the EU, the Italian Ministry of Education, Universities and Research (MIUR) and the European Commission have successfully organised a European conference on 'Transport safety: societal challenges, research solutions', which took place in Genova, Italy, on 4-5 December 2014.
Date published: 12.12.2014
EASN Newsletter - December 2014
The third periodic EASN newsletter of 2014 is now published.
Date published: 11.12.2014
Interview of Prof. Dieter Schmitt

Prof. Dieter Schmitt reviews and evaluates the up to date achievements of Aeronautics-related research in Europe and accordingly appraises the prospects of research and innovation for the future.

Date published: 08.12.2014
EASN honors Prof. Dieter Schmitt
During the last decades Prof. Dieter Schmitt has been recognized as one of the key personalities of the European aeronautics community. His career includes both an impressive industrial part as well as a high quality academic aspect.
Date published: 08.12.2014
International cooperation in aeronautics with Canada,MG-1.9-2015
Canada-EU coordinated call on Aeronautics research - Opened Canada-EU call for aeronautics research projects in Canada - Dedicated workshop in Ottawa on 19 Nov 2014
Date published: 05.11.2014
The 1st CATER e-book is now available!
What is Europe's vision, goals and research agenda for Aviation for the years to come? How does the CATER project (Coordinating Air Transport Time Efficiency Research) contribute towards achieving these ambitious objectives? Find out all about it here.
Date published: 05.11.2014
European Aeronautics Science Week (EASW)
European Aeronautics Science Week (EASW) is expected to be an important and highly visited open event which will take place in Universities and research Institutes of the 28 EU countries, on the second half of March 2015.
Date published: 30.10.2014
EASN Newsletter - July 2014
The second periodic EASN newsletter of 2014 is now published.
Date published: 10.07.2014
Interview of Prof. Jan van Ingen on European Aviation Engineering Education and Accreditation
Prof. Jan van Ingen, Emeritus Professor of Aerodynamics and Dean of the Faculty of Aerospace Engineering at TU Delft, reviews, appraises and recommends, on the existing European Aviation Engineering Educational system. Moreover, Prof. Jan van Ingen expresses his views on the usefulness and potential benefits of establishing a common European accreditation system in the near future.
Date published: 08.07.2014
Interview of Prof. Franco Bernelli Zazzera on European Aviation Engineering Education and Accreditation
Prof. Franco Bernelli Zazzera, Chairman of PEGASUS and Head of Dept. of Aerospace Science and Technology - Politecnico di Milano, provides an interview on the quality of the current aviation engineering education in Europe. Further to that, he expresses his views on the usefulness of creating an integrated Europe-wide aviation system by harmonizing the content of the curricula for aviation engineers, as well as he comments on the utility of establishing a common European accreditation system.
Date published: 08.07.2014