Responding to the increasing interest from the European Aeronautics Community for a scientific event which combines high quality, state – of – the – art presentations from running or recently completed research projects with new upstream ideas for future research, EASN Association is delighted to announce its 5th out of a series of annual specialized Workshops. This year, the EASN workshop will focus on the field of Aerostructures and will be held on September 2 – 4, 2015 at the University of Manchester, UK.
Like its predecessors, the 5th EASN Workshop will offer its participants the opportunity to network, discuss and interact with researchers and professionals active in the specific field of Aerostructures.
Following the layout of the previous workshops, it is expected to be a major dissemination event where the vast majority of EC funded projects running at that time will be presented and a large number of attendees from Academia and Industry will have the opportunity to discuss the latest advancements in the area.
Currently, more than ten ongoing Aerostructures related projects have already confirmed their participation, most of them with dedicated project sessions. In this respect, the 5th EASN International Workshop is expected to foster the cooperation and interaction between them on a multidisciplinary basis serving as a forum to exchange novel and innovative ideas for future research.
During this 3-day event, the General Assembly meeting of the EASN Association will also take place. The General Assembly will discuss the achievements of the Board of Directors, will set the frame and will provide guidelines for the future of the Association. All colleagues are cordially invited to join the General Assembly.
The Workshop is co-organized by the University of Manchester and the EASN Association. Updated information about the workshop will be posted on a regular basis on the EASN website as well as at the current website.
Looking forward to seeing you in Manchester!
Prof. Constantinos Soutis, FREng
Aerospace Research Institute,
The University of Manchester
Prof. Spiros Pantelakis
The University of Patras