Aeronautics workshops, Berlin

April 13, 2004

Brussels, 12 Apr 2004

The European Aeronautics Science Network is organising a workshop entitled 'academic vision for aeronautical research of tomorrow' in Berlin, Germany, on 12 May.

The workshop will take place during the International Aerospace Exhibition, and will feature speakers from the European Commission, European Parliament, national ministries, the aeronautics industry and academia.

A second workshop, also taking place in Berlin, is being organised by the Advisory Council for Aeronautics Research in Europe (ACARE) on 14 May. The title for the workshop, and the question participants will try to answer, is: 'what changes are needed in European aerospace engineering education to assure the quality of the future engineering workforce?'

For further information on the 12 May workshop, please visit:
http://www.easn.net/easn/workshop/berlin /EASN_WS5_Berlin_Invitation.doc


To find out more about the 14 May workshop, please consult:
http://www.acare4europe.com/html/eduws_p rogramme.shtml

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