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Cranfield Branch Lord Kings Norton Lecture
Learn more from the successes and challenges faced by the organisations that have implemented, or are in the process of implementing, competency-based training, by joining us in London on 5-6 June during this two-day conference. This is an IATA Conference held in association with the Royal Aeronautical Society.
The Sir Sydney Camm Lecture was established in 1971, following his death in 1966, to commemorate his significant achievements in the field of aeronautical engineering.
This Royal Aeronautical Society Flight Simulation Group conference will explore the potential to enhance synthetic mission training events and extend their use through emerging technologies and training concepts.
The Edwin A Link lecture was established in 2007 to honour Edwin A Link, the distinguished pioneer of synthetic training. In this lecture Wg Cdr Eastment will take a personal journey through the past 50 years of flight simulation, concentrating on its contribution to flight safety and operational effectiveness and its vital role in today's training.
RAeS Stevenage Branch Marshall Aerospace and Defense Group Site Tour
The Challenge of Climate Change and Aviation
The International Forum on Aeroelasticity and Structural Dynamics (IFASD) is the key international conference for engineers and scientists working in the fields of aeroelasticity and structural dynamics. The forum has been running since 1981 and, following on from the success of IFASD2011 held in Paris, the 2013 Forum will be held in Bristol, UK, the centre of the UK’s aerospace industry.
The Royal Aeronautical Society is pleased to be supporting the Battle of Britain Memorial Trust 'Wing Appeal' in hosting this charity fundraising evening. Join us at this event for a buffet supper and meet the Spitfire men and women of the Battle of Britain.
An enjoyable day out for golfers of all levels, the Royal Aeronautical Society Golf Day is ideal for networking in a relaxed and informal setting.
This lecture commemorates the launch of the first satellite of the European Communications Satellite (ECS) system on 16 June 1983 and the subsequent 30 years of operational service by Eutelsat.
This Air Law Group lecture will precede the annual Air Law Summer Reception.
The Air Law Committee feels that this annual event gives past conference delegates and members of the Society with an interest in air law, the opportunity to meet each other in an informal social setting whilst enjoying refreshments and canapés.
Space debris is a man-made threat to the continued use of space for commerce, science, exploration and security. The threat has manifested itself in accidental damage to, and even destruction of, objects in space, as well as requiring increasingly regular avoidance manoeuvres by threatened satellites.
The Armed Forces Committee is a sub-group of all the Professional Engineering Institutions (PEI) and host a lecture each year. The IMechE hosted it in 2012 and the IET prior to that.
The Amy Johnson Lecture was established in 2011 by the Royal Aeronautical Society’s Women in Aviation and Aerospace Committee to honour a century of women in flight. The Lecture is traditionally held on or close to the 6th July to mark the date in 1929 when Amy Johnson received her pilot’s licence. All RAeS Lectures are free to attend and open to both Members and Non Members. More details about this lecture will be available shortly.
A briefing by HSBC's Head of Economics on the medium-term outlook for the British economy.
Craig Kreeger, CEO of Virgin Atlantic Airways will explain the curent activities planned by Virgin Atlantic Airways and discuss future opportunities and challenges faced.
We intend to hold the second Human Powered Aircraft (HPA) 2013 Icarus Cup at Sywell Aerodrome. The competition is designed to progress the sport from occasional records attempts into a viable activity and will feature a number of challenges, for which the successful team will be crowned the second winners of the Royal Aeronautical Society HPA Icarus Cup 2013.
This Flight Operations group lecture will discuss Thomson's Airways ATQP.
The 2013 Beaumont Named Lecture will be delivered by Tony Tyler, Director General and CEO at IATA.
This occasional lecture honours Major Kenneth Beaumont CBE, DSO, MA (Oxon), AFRAeS.
The 2013 annual two day UAS Conference will look at the key issues facing the UK, European and global UAS industries and businesses.
The Lanchester Lecture was set up to honour Frederick William Lanchester, HonFRAeS, Britain’s first great aerodynamicist. The 2013 Lanchester Lecture will be delivered by Prof James McGuirk, Professor of Aerodynamics, Loughborough University.
This Flight test group lecture will look at STOVL Flight Control Testing. Further information to follow shortly.
The 2013 Conference at the Society’s Headquarters in London on 25-26 September will examine and discuss the challenges of upset prevention and recovery training. In addition to other papers on this theme, the RAeS International Committee for Aviation Training in Extended Flight Envelopes (ICATEE) will report on their progress.
This lecture honours Capt Ray Jones, one of the Flight Simulation Groups founding members and celebrates his contribution to the development of the group, the advancement in the art and science of flight simulation and in particular application in the training of civil airline pilots.
Topic to be announced.
The theme for the Aerospace Medicine Group Autumn Lecture will be aeromedical issues (of which the majority will be human factors) arising in the latest generation commercial airliners, especially factors arising following the introduction HUDs into commercial cockpits.
Save the date for this Historical Lecture and more information will be available soon. All RAeS lectures are free to attend and we welcome both Members and Non-members.
The Annual Greener by Design Conference will bring together the people that shape the aviation industry and the environmental agenda, both in the UK and abroad, to share their perspectives and visions, showcase technological developments and debate contentious issues and possible solutions.
Cranfield Branch Lecture
In this briefing Michael Ryan will speak about innovation in composites, focusing on the CSeries and Bombardier's new facility in Belfast.
Join us for the 2012 Young Persons Conference to network and engage with your peers across the industry. The programme will be organised later in the year so if you are interested in speaking or supporting the event please contact the Conference & Events Team.
The Brabazon Lecture is held in honour of Lord Brabazon of Tara. Born in London on 8 February 1884, J.T.C. Moore-Brabazon became one of British aviation's true pioneers and, in his political career played an important role in the planning of civil aviation for the years following WW2.
The 2013 Light Aircraft Design Conference topics include a mix of dreams and practicalities. Bird flight has been an inspiration since ancient times; the more we learn about them the more ideas we may glean.
The design example will be the new flex-wing from P&M Aviation, the Pegasus PulsR.
This flight test group lecture will be looking at A400M Flight Testing. Further information will be available shortly.
The Royal Aeronautical Society’s Women in Aviation & Aerospace Committee (WAAC) was established in 2009 to encourage more young women to consider aviation and aerospace as a worthwhile and exciting career. Details of the 2013 Conference programme will be available shortly.
The Conference will bring together a wide variety of experts to describe the new digital media and social networks and will discuss the implications for flight simulation and training.
This briefing will look at how cyber security is changing current practices along with why and how defence against attack will have to be sustained into the forseeable future.
This conference follows on from 'The Aircraft that looks after itself - The Civil Aircraft of the Future' Conference held in 2011 which addressed the rapidly evovling field of civil airline services and Integrated Vehicle Health Management (IVHM) technologies behind them. This conference will explore the collaboration opportunities in Data Interoperability Standards; Cross Sector Technology Awareness in IVHM and Standards for Electronic Operations and Maintenance Documentation in an interactive
Established to honour the successful and experienced mechanical engineers who completed the first successful controlled powered flight on 17 December 1903, the Wilbur & Orville Wright Lecture is the principal event in the Society’s year, given by distinguished members of the US and UK aerospace communities.
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