Newsletter, Date 13-10-2014
Air Transport Network - Next Generation (AirTN-NextGen), funded under the 7th Framework Programme, started on the 1st December 2013. It aims at continuing the network established under previous AirTN projects (developed under ERA-NET scheme) and widening it to create a platform of communication between national organisations and governmental institutions, supporting research and innovation in the field of aviation (aeronautics and air transport - AAT).
In October/November AirTN NextGen is planning two conferences/workshops, which you shouldn't miss!
The 1st AirTN NextGen Network Meeting is planned as a full day meeting on 27 October 2014 in Brussels. The primary objective of the meeting is to give an overview of the project goals and to present results achieved so far.
The meeting target participants are representatives from: member states & associated countries, transport and education (or other relevant) ministries, funding agencies, ACARE national mirror groups, regional government and clusters in the field of aviation (e.g. aeronautics and air transport - AAT).1st AirTN NextGen Network Meeting
As also recognized in FlightPath2050 and SRIA, Aviation education is an important element of the process needed to maintaining world-leading position and competitiveness in the dynamic world market for Europe's aviation industry.
University of Zilina (as one of core AirTN NextGen project team members) organises the INAIR2014 conference. It is an event that strengthens world-leading position and competitiveness of aviation by sharing knowledge from various areas associated with the civil aviation industry such as:
The conference will support personnel exchanges on specific projects/topics among industry, research establishment and universities.INAIR 2014 Announcement
Detailed information on AirTN NextGen and activities planned are given within the online newsletter
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We would welcome you being part of the AirTN Network!