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To honour the sad passing of Harold Caplan, the founder member of the Air Law Group, there will be a memorial lecture followed by a drinks reception on 24th June 2016.
Wellington Branch, New Zealand
Canterbury Branch, New Zealand
This lecture will be presented by Rob Kirby, author of the book with the same name.
How far have we or should we allow weapon systems to go down the autonomous route and should a human always make the final decision to prosecute the target. Will it ever be possible to program a machine to exercise judgement?
The Challenger Space Shuttle Accident - An account of the 1986 accident and the culture within NASA that contributed to it.
Monthly Lecture Series.
Derby Branch 52nd Sir Henry Royce Lecture: “A career retrospective and the technology of tomorrow”
Unveiling event for the celebratory plaque detailing maiden flights from Boscombe Down.
Paris Branch Named Lecture
Palmerston North Branch, New Zealand
A briefing on how the UK can stay 'Day 1' relevant in an Anti-Access/Area Denial world?
Reception and Garden Party at the Ambassador's Residence
The RAeS is supporting the BMFA Payload Challenges which requires students to design, build and fly load-carrying model aircraft.
Annual Informal Dinner - Château de Larroque, Gimont, 45 km West of Toulouse. www.ChateauLarroque.fr. 3 course dinner for 45 euro including wine. Tickets paid at the door are entered into a raffle/tombola.
Bay Of Plenty Branch, New Zealand
Non-branch members are welcome. Please contact the Branch Secretary prior to the lecture.
Highland Branch lecture
The Edwin A. Link Lecture was established in 2007 to honour Edwin A. Link, the distinguished pioneer of synthetic training. This lecture will be delivered by Capt Kip Caudrey, Senior Manager Simulator Evaluation, Boeing Commercial Airplanes. More details will follow soon.
The Flight Simulation Group will be holding their Spring Conference on 7-8 June 2016. Registration is now open.
Bristol Branch lecture
Lord Kins Norton Lecture: Cranfield 70 years on - what would Lord Kings Norton vision for the next 70 years look like?
An afternoon celebrating aerospace innovation in the East of England with speakers on the topics of aerodynamics, autonomous systems and materials.
To celebrate our 150th, RAeS branches from the East of England are hosting an afternoon celebrating aerospace innovation within the region.
South Australian Space School by Dr Olivia Samardzic
This event will look at the future of air and space propulsion – what is the value of speed in future applications and what are the challenges for propulsion?
Hamilton Branch, New Zealand
The short AGM will be followed by selected aviation video.
Branch Lecture, commencing 19.30
preceded by Branch AGM, commencing 19.00
Toulouse Branch Lecture - 9th Annual ADS Lecture - “Space Weather - What it is & Why we should Care about it” by Gemma Attrill
The aim of this workshop is to identify and discuss the main human factors to considered in the design and operation of UAS.
A Life in Aviation
(Note: The lecture is preceded by the Branch AGM at 18:15)