Speaking at RAeS Events offers considerable recognition of your knowledge and expertise, enabling you to share with our Members and wider industry personnel, your research, company projects and views, to a relevant and targeted audience.
There are many opportunities for academics and aviation & aerospace professionals to present at the Royal Aeronautical Society. Call for Papers will be listed across a broad range of subjects, across the 26 specialist interest areas. Accepted papers may also be considered for inclusion in the Royal Aeronautical Society’s Aeronautical Journal, subject to the refereeing process.
To view details of all forthcoming RAeS events, please browse our Event Calendar.
Call for Papers
International Forum on Aeroelasticity and Structural Dynamics (IFASD) 2013
Monday 24 - Wednesday 26 June 2013, Bristol, UK
Organisers: Structures & Materials Group
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.
Technical areas will include:
• Steady/Unsteady Aerodynamics for Loads and Aeroelasticity
• Computational Aeroelasticity
• Structural Dynamics, Modeling and Updating
• Aeroelastic Optimization
• Experimental Methods in Structural Dynamics and Aeroelasticity
• Reduced Order Modelling
• Active Control and Adaptive Structures
• Ground and Flight Loads
• Aeroelasticity in Conceptual Aircraft Design
• Ground Vibration Testing and Flight Testing of Aircraft
• Certification and Qualification
• Highly flexible aircraft structures
• Aeroelasticity of morphing aircraft
• Nonlinearities in aeroelasticity and structural dynamics.
• Uncertainty in aeroelasticity and structural dynamics
A Call for Papers has been issued and the extended submission deadline is Friday 14 December 2012.
For more details on the Conference and how to submit a paper, please visit www.ifasd2013.com
CEAS 2013 Air & Space Conference:
Monday 16 - Friday 20 September 2013, Linkoping, Sweden
The Council of European Aerospace Societies (CEAS) Air and Space Conference is the leading European Conference within aerospace. The CEAS 2013 Conference will be held in Linköping in Sweden. Linköping is considered the aeronautics capital of Sweden, home of the most important Swedish aviation industry, and the birthplace of Swedish aviation.
The theme of the conference is Innovative Europe, to underline the importance of European development of technologies and capabilities to handle this challenge of European independence.
The CEAS 2013 conference is aimed as a forum for exchanging information in the wide field of aerospace. The Conference would also constitute a unique forum and meeting place for socialising and networking among colleagues and friends both from aerospace industry, academia and organizations.
A Call for Papers has been issued and the submission deadline is Friday 15 February 2013.
For more details on the Conference and how to submit a paper, please visit www.ceas2013.org
Wednesday 20 - Thursday 21 November 2013, London UK
Organisers: Flight Simulation Groups
The Conference will bring together a wide variety of experts to describe advances in digital media technology and social networks, and will discuss the implications for flight simulation and training. The flight simulation industry has always embraced new innovative technologies to improve simulation and training. These new products and services, made possible by converging technologies such as those found in smart phones, tablets and other hand held devices, as well as multi-media technologies can change the way we create simulations, learn, deliver training content and interact with each other.
The Conference committee recognises that this is a broad subject and welcomes papers covering novel and innovative applications, lessons learned and how new technology offers a way of changing the way in which simulations and training can be delivered. The convergence of digital technology, normally associated with the integration of information technology, telecommunications, consumer electronics and gaming technology, underpinned by a service oriented architecture offers the potential to change how industry provides product and how the users specify requirements.
There is no doubt that digital consumer technologies and social networks will continue to have a huge impact on how flight crews operate, how they are trained, and how that training is controlled, delivered, validated and assessed.
For more details on the Conference and how to submit a paper, please visit the event page