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  • City Logistics Research, a Transatlantic Perspective
    Published on: 28/01/2014
    A report of the first EU-U.S. Transportation Research Symposium on city logistics research held in May 30-31, 2013 in Washington D.C is now available online.
  • Transport Safety: Societal challenges, research solutions
    Published on: 28/01/2014
    <p><strong>AN EVENT OF THE ITALIAN EU PRESIDENCY<strong></strong></p> <p style="font-size:15px;"><strong>Palazzo Ducale – Genoa, Italy 4-5 December 2014 </strong></p></strong>
  • Smart, Green and Integrated Transport Information Day, save the date!
    Published on: 28/01/2014
    Charlemagne building – Brussels 2 February 2015
  • FP7 final call round-up
    Published on: 23/01/2014
    The final calls for proposals for transport-related research under the EU’s Seventh Research Framework Programme (FP7), announced in July 2012, has resulted in the launch of a wide range of potentially impactful projects.
  • Report on Synergies between Horizon 2020 and the Cohesion Policy 2014-2020 issued by the FP7 Transport Research Programme Committee
    Published on: 17/12/2013
    The report explains and provides recommendations on the need for a pro-active approach linking both policies to maximise their impacts.
  • Launch of the website for Horizon 2020, the new Framework Programme for R&I
    Published on: 13/12/2013
    To accompany the official adoption of Horizon 2020, the new Framework programme for Research and Innovation, 2014-2020, the new website Horizon 2020 website was launched and is now live.
  • Official launch of the European Green Vehicles Initiative cPPP on 17 December 2013 in Brussels
    Published on: 13/12/2013
    The European Green Vehicles Initiative (EGVI) contractual Public-Private Partnership (cPPP) will be launched on Tuesday 17 December 2013 in Brussels, with the signature of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU).
  • Transport in FP7: how far have we come?
    Published on: 12/12/2013
    As Horizon 2020 gets up to speed and FP7 draws to a close, the research and technology funding programme for the transport sector can look back on many significant achievements in the areas of aeronautics and air transport, waterborne transport and the road and rail sectors. Altogether, €2.22 billion has been allocated to 620 research and technology projects in the transport domain during the 2007-2013 period.
  • "Smart, green and integrated transport" work programme 2014-2015
    Published on: 20/11/2013
    It has been decided to pre-publish drafts of the Horizon 2020 work programmes 2014-2015.
  • TRA 2014 calls for competitions
    Published on: 10/10/2013
    The 5th edition of the conference "Transport Research Arena" will be hosted in France on April 14-17, 2014, in the CNIT (Paris la Défense).
  • European Technology Platform on Logistics ALICE launched
    Published on: 01/07/2013
    European Technology Platform on Logistics ALICE is launched with support of major European industry
  • EU-Japan meeting on Science and Technology in Tokyo
    Published on: 27/06/2013
    On Friday 21 June 2013, Robert-Jan Smits, European Commission Director-General for Research and Innovation and H.E. Shin Maruo, Ambassador for Science and Technology Cooperation of the Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Japan met in Tokyo.
  • New era of cooperation in Transport Research between the EU and the USA
    Published on: 21/06/2013
  • US (DoT) – EC cooperation agreement in transport research
    Published on: 05/03/2013
    On February 12, the United States and the European Union met in Washington to discuss ways to enhance their science, technology and innovation cooperation.
  • Aeronautics Research & Testing Infrastructures – Key for Europe's Competitiveness in Aviation
    Published on: 21/02/2013
    25th/ 26th February 2013 - Workshop on Aviation Research Infrastructures in Europe Appropriate research and testing infrastructures are essential for the competitiveness of Europe's aviation industry and also for the aviation related public research needs in Europe. An Independent Expert Group (IEG) had identified criteria for aviation research infrastructures that are strategic and important for Europe.
  • European Green Cars Initiative
    Published on: 17/10/2012
    European Green Cars Initiative: build critical mass and identify synergies to improve performance Report now available
  • Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda
    Published on: 12/10/2012
    Publication of the Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda (SRIA) of the European Aviation sector at the ILA international airshow in Berlin on the 12th of September 2012.
  • Configurations for Future Air Transport - "How to Prepare the Future"
    Published on: 08/10/2012
    Wednesday, 24th October 2012, 9h00 to 17h30 at the European Commission, Covent garden 2, ERCEA Room 00 SDR2, Place Rogier 16, 1210 Brussels.
  • Latest advances and future strategies
    Published on: 04/10/2012
    More than 60 combustion experts met recently in Florence
  • Volume 2 of the aeronautics synopsis (2010-2011) released
    Published on: 27/08/2012
    The synopsis books provide a useful overview of projects that have been selected by the EU to receive funding under FP7, including details on the work package agreed and partners involved. This second volume covers the 2010 and 2011 calls.
  • Infodays 2012 - proceedings online
    Published on: 23/07/2012
    The Transport Research Information Days brought several hundreds of people interested in doing research under the Seventh Framework Programme for Research to Brussels, to learn about the current opportunities in the field of transport. Proceedings, participant lists and additional documents are now available online.
  • New call, new roadmap, new project synopsis
    Published on: 23/07/2012
    The European Green Car Initiative supports research into technologies and infrastructures that are essential for achieving breakthroughs in the use of renewable and non-polluting energy sources, safety and traffic fluidity. Its recent calls and publications are of interest to anyone wanting to contribute to research into greener transport.
  • Milestone in European aviation – the strategic research and innovation agenda
    Published on: 23/07/2012
    At its general assembly on 10 July 2012 at the Farnborough Airshow, the Advisory Council for Aviation Research and Innovation in Europe (ACARE) broadly endorsed its new strategic research agenda (Volume 1) – paving the way for aviation research and innovation up to 2050.
  • Innovative flight simulator can make air travel safer
    Published on: 29/06/2012
    27 JUNE 2012 — From now on, it will be easier for pilots to practice flying safely, even in rare but difficult conditions of upset and recovery. The EU-funded SUPRA project developed a new kind of flight simulator that is unique in that it enables pilots to practice potentially dangerous situations that have so far been impossible to simulate. The new flight simulator spins wildly, using advanced algorithms that for the first time are able to give a realistic imitation of the feeling of loss of ...
  • Driving innovations - a short movie
    Published on: 25/06/2012
  • Draft Work Programme 2013 online now
    Published on: 19/06/2012
  • Registration Transport Information Days 2012 open
    Published on: 07/05/2012
    The registration for the Transport Information Days 2012 is open as of today, 7 May 2012.
  • Commissioner Geoghegan-Quinn will attend Transport Research Arena
    Published on: 19/04/2012
  • Results evaluations horizontal activities transport call 2012
    Published on: 16/02/2012
    The Commission, assisted by independent experts, has completed the evaluation of research proposals submitted to the transport calls that were launched in July 2011 and closed in December 2011.
  • New call for proposals Clean Sky
    Published on: 16/01/2012
    Clean Sky has launched its eleventh call for proposals on 13 January 2012. This represents one of the largest calls ever of this ambitious aeronautical research programme. The available funding of €36.5 million covers almost seventy topics, aiming to develop breakthrough technologies to significantly increase the environmental performances of airplanes and air transport, resulting in less noisy and more fuel efficient aircraft.
  • Holiday wishes from our Director
    Published on: 20/12/2011
  • Call for proposals closed
    Published on: 06/12/2011
    As part of the Framework Programme for research, which funds excellent European science, the European Commission regularly launches calls for proposals. The call for proposals for transport research that was launched on 19 July 2011 closed on 1 December 2011, receiving more applications than last year.
  • 'Horizon 2020' focuses on smart, green and integrated transport research
    Published on: 30/11/2011
    On 30 November 2011, European Commissioner Máire Geoghegan-Quinn launched the European Commission's proposed new framework programme for research and innovation in 2014-2020, called Horizon 2020. The proposal is now up for discussion in the European Parliament and the Council of Ministers and is expected to be adopted by the end of 2013.
  • DREAM Integrated Project delivers encouraging results
    Published on: 30/11/2011
    In the last 4 years, the DREAM EU-funded research project (valiDation of Radical Engine Architecture systeMs) has concentrated its efforts around innovative technologies for aeroengines and in particular on the open rotor architecture with potential fuel savings of up to 20% compared to state of the art turbofan.
  • Nominate your product for a sustainable energy award
    Published on: 23/11/2011
    Your project has accomplished outstanding results in sustainable energy and energy efficiency? Why not compete for the SUSTAINABLE ENERGY EUROPE AWARDS? This annual competition launched by the European Commission in 2005 rewards best-in-class initiatives in these fields.
  • Annual Activity Report 2010
    Published on: 16/11/2011
    The annual Activity Report of the European Commission's Directorate-General for Research and Innovation shows how our work drives forward an integrated and world-class research and innovation system in Europe. You can now find it online.
  • Clean Sky project wins Innovation Award
    Published on: 16/11/2011
    TaxiBot, Clean Sky "Dispatch Towing Vehicle (DTV)" project won the Innovation Award at Inter Airport Europe in Munich.
  • Big boost for small air planes research in Central and Eastern Europe
    Published on: 11/10/2011
    Small aircraft carrying up to 19 passengers could be an attractive form of regional transport in areas that lack extensive transport infrastructure. The European Commission has set aside €25 million to fund a group of mostly Central and Eastern European partners to carry out research that will strengthen European competitiveness in this technology demanding sector. Their work focuses on developing modern engines at the right scale for use in an aircraft this size, while remaining safe, affordabl...
  • Annual NCP meeting in Brussels, 15 September 2011
    Published on: 11/10/2011
    The National Contact Points met with the Transport Directorate in Brussels on 15 September 2011. They exchanged practices and information to stay up to date. Their presentations and those of the European Commission are now available for you directly.
  • "Cold-calling": warning to project participants
    Published on: 04/10/2011
    From time to time participants in projects funded under the framework programmes are contacted by organisations seeking payment in return for publishing information on the work being undertaken within their projects. Contrary to some of the "sales pitches" used, these publications and their services have not been endorsed by the Commission.
  • Commission responds to Clean Sky evaluation
    Published on: 03/10/2011
    The European Commission has issued its response to the first Clean Sky JTI interim evaluation, which also served as input for the Commission Communication on Partnering in Research and Innovation that was adopted on 21 September 2011.
  • Brochure on waterborne research online
    Published on: 19/09/2011
    A new publication on research activities on waterborne transport supported under the EU's framework programmes for research can be downloaded and ordered online as of now.
  • Multi-annual roadmap EGCI online
    Published on: 23/08/2011
    The 2011 publication of the multiannual roadmap for the European Green Car Initiative can be downloaded and ordered online as of now.
  • Infodays 2011 - slides and speeches
    Published on: 25/07/2011
    The Infodays 2011, which took place on 18 and 19 July 2011, offered parties with a research project focused on transport interested in participating in FP7 the necessary information. A webstream of all the presentations given is available online, as are slides of presentations (after the break) and a list of participants.
  • New calls for transport research launched
    Published on: 20/07/2011
    Today, the European Commission launched a new round of FP7 calls for transport research. Researchers and scientists interested in submitting a proposal can do so
  • Launching of the project SOLAR-JET
    Published on: 18/07/2011
    On July 5, the SOLAR-JET project was launched at Bauhaus Luftfahrt e.V. (BHL) in Munich, Germany.
  • Launch of the new Transport Research website
    Published on: 08/07/2011
    The new website of the European Commission's transport directorate of DG Research and Innovation was launched today.
  • New ACARE holds first General Assembly
    Published on: 05/07/2011
    Siim Kallas, Vice-president of the European Commission with responsibility for transport, launched the new Advisory Council for Aviation Research and Innovation in Europe (ACARE 2) at the Paris Air Show. He opened the kick-off meeting in the presence of senior industry representatives during a visit to the 49th edition of the air show on 21 June 2011.
  • Aerodays 2011: help shape the future of aeronautics in Europe
    Published on: 03/03/2011
    The European Commission and Centro para el Desarrollo Tecnológico Industrial in Spain invite you to register now for the sixth Community Aeronautics days in Madrid, 30 March-1 April 2011.
  • Consultation on future EU Research and Innovation Common Strategic Framework
    Published on: 21/02/2011
    On 9 February 2011, the European Commission presented a Green Paper that proposes major changes to the EU research and innovation funding process, making participation easier, increasing scientific and economic impact and providing better value for money.
  • 'CooperatEUS' – EU-US co-operation in aeronautics research
    Published on: 20/01/2011
    The 49th edition of the AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting (ASM) in Orlando, Florida, drew a wide audience of international aeronautics and space researchers and featured high-level exchanges between European and American policy makers.
  • Lisbon accessibility plan opening doors
    Published on: 20/12/2010
    Participants at the recent Mediate and Access2All joint conference heard what a number of cities are doing to improve access to public transport, including the city of Lisbon.
  • Electromobility+ transnational call open
    Published on: 15/12/2010
    'Electromobility+' is a joint initiative involving 13 European countries and regions under the European Green Cars programme. Its aim is to create sustainable conditions for the development of electric mobility in Europe by 2025.
  • 'Implementation' is key for EUCAR
    Published on: 22/11/2010
    The European Council for Automotive R&D (EUCAR) brings together a range of forward-looking road transport research initiatives. Partners say the ultimate goal is to see real results on Europe's roads and highways.
  • Support for international research in aeronautics
    Published on: 15/11/2010
    The European Commission remains committed to fostering closer ties with international partners, including Russia and China. The latest round of funding under the 2010 work programme 'Transport' theme includes funding for joint research in air transport and aviation.
  • Successful public transport demonstration at India Commonwealth Games
    Published on: 29/10/2010
    The EU-funded 'Stadium' project has carried out a successful demonstration of new Intelligent Transport Systems, helping to get spectators and athletes to and from sports venues at the 2010 Commonwealth Games in Delhi.
  • Innovation Union – turning ideas into green growth, jobs and social progress
    Published on: 07/10/2010
    The European Commission unveiled details of its flagship ‘Innovation Union’ this week. Driven on at the highest political level, this proposal sets out a strategic approach to innovation.
  • 'New' Member States into research fold
    Published on: 11/08/2010
    Though still often referred to as 'New Member States', countries that joined the Union in the latest accession rounds are widely seen as equal partners in the European Research Area (ERA).
  • Surface Transport research gets new boost
    Published on: 29/07/2010
    A new set of calls for proposals has been published for surface transport research, including road, rail and waterborne modes. EU officials set the stage at an 'Information Day' in Brussels.
  • Commission presents 'Info Day' on Aeronautics call for proposals
    Published on: 29/07/2010
    European Commission officials urged potential researchers to put forward new proposals at the Aeronautics Research 'Information Day' in Brussels. The latest call was published on 20 July 2010.
  • EU launches new calls for transport research proposals
    Published on: 23/07/2010
    The European Commission is making new funding available for key transport research initiatives.
  • Commission pushes for new 'Green Car' research proposals
    Published on: 22/07/2010
    At an FP7 'Information Day' in Brussels, European Commission officials urged potential researchers to put forward new proposals for research under the 'Green Cars' public-private partnership.
  • 'Clean Sky' tackles environmental issues in the air and on the ground
    Published on: 06/07/2010
    The Clean Sky Joint Technology Initiative is building momentum in its bid to improve the environmental performance of the air transport system. Issues discussed at the first Clean Sky conference in June 2010 included 'Eco-Design', optimising environmental performance 'from cradle to grave'.
  • EU projects say transport networks vulnerable to climate change
    Published on: 28/06/2010
    Every year, severe weather events wreak havoc on roads, railways and waterways across Europe. A number of EU-funded researcher projects are trying to understand how climate change could affect transport, and looking for ways to prepare for and mitigate the effects.
  • Transport services for all Europeans
    Published on: 18/06/2010
    The European Commission is determined to promote transport services that truly benefit Europeans, while maintaining respect for the environment based on policies of decarbonisation and sustainability.
  • Encouraging innovative transport research
    Published on: 18/06/2010
    The 2010 edition of the Transport Research Arena (TRA) Conference drew a wide range of road transport stakeholders, including the EU Commission's Directorate-General for Research and Technological Development (DG RTD).
  • EU innovation on Facebook taps into social networking trend
    Published on: 18/06/2010
    The European Commission's 'Innovation Union' page on Facebook gives web surfers a chance to learn about and discuss EU research and innovation activities.
  • Website on European Research Area launched
    Published on: 18/06/2010
    The newly launched website of the European Research Area (ERA) provides information on measures the Commission is taking to enable the free movement of knowledge and stimulate innovation.
  • Brussels hosts major transport conference ‘TRA 2010’
    Published on: 17/06/2010
    The 2010 Transport Research Arena conference saw leading-edge researchers and top industrial players unveiling the latest prototypes and technologies, and exchanging ideas about how to solve modern-day transport problems, while high-level decision makers discussed public policies on mobility and transport.
  • Maritime policy outlined at EUROMARES 2010 conference
    Published on: 11/06/2010
    The EUROMARES 2010 conference in May 2010 featured the latest advances and emerging ideas in the field of marine research, innovation and maritime policy.
  • Providing direction for EU research coordinators
    Published on: 10/06/2010
    On 31 May 2010 in Brussels, the European Commission's Research Directorate-General hosted an 'Information Day' for research project coordinators hoping to hone their administrative skills.
  • Sectors pull together at ETP Conference 2010
    Published on: 04/06/2010
    The ETP Conference in Brussels in May 2010 saw hundreds of representatives of industry, academia, civil society, EU member-states and the European Commission coming together for two days of focused debate on the challenges facing Europe and how to address them through research and innovation.
  • Major focus on transport research at ETP conference
    Published on: 04/06/2010
    The European Technology Platform (ETP) conference 'Working together on societal changes' featured key sessions on transport research, highlighting the central role of mobility in modern society. Issues included decarbonisation, door-to-door urban mobility, and safety and security.
  • EU and European Technology Platforms lead Green Cars discussion
    Published on: 03/05/2010
    Hundreds of delegates gathered in Valencia, Spain, to discuss the role of Public-Private Partnerships in the European economic recovery. On the agenda was the European Green Cars Initiative, providing financial support for research into the green technologies that will propel the cars, trucks and buses of the future.
  • E-CAero to hold Workshop on disseminating science and technology
    Published on: 25/03/2010
    On 19-20 April 2010, the EU-funded 'E-CAero' initiative will hold its first European Workshop on enhancing the dissemination of scientific and technical knowledge.
  • ACARE takes next generation of aerospace engineers under its wing
    Published on: 12/03/2010
    The Advisory Council for Aeronautics Research in Europe, 'ACARE', has held an important workshop on 'Education and Training of Engineers and Researchers in Aeronautics for Europe'.
  • Exchange of views on transport and environment
    Published on: 02/03/2010
    Coordinators from five new EU-funded projects presented their ideas and responded to questions at a meeting on transport and climate change in Brussels.
  • Outcome of third call for proposals for surface transport research
    Published on: 08/02/2010
    The European Commission has released some preliminary results of the latest call for proposals for transport research.
  • No slowing down for EU-Russia co-operation in aeronautics research
    Published on: 27/01/2010
    Europe's ties with Russian aeronautics institutions have grown stronger over successive EU research funding programmes. A recent co-operation workshop in Moscow showed that trend continuing, with both sides redoubling their efforts to forge co-operative links.
  • Lofty goals laid out at Clean Sky JTI info day
    Published on: 21/12/2009
    The Clean Sky Joint Technology Initiative held an 'Information Day' in Brussels on 15 December 2009, aimed at helping researchers respond to the second Clean Sky call for proposals. Key speakers outlined details of research topics up for new funding and explained how to apply.
  • Citizens have their say at 'Move Together' final meeting
    Published on: 11/12/2009
    The groundbreaking Move Together project gathered average citizens from all EU Member States to assess the current state of urban transport research. Partners, participants and mobility stakeholders discussed the results of their work at a final meeting in Brussels on 7 December 2009.
  • 'Clean Sky' launches second call for proposals
    Published on: 26/11/2009
    The Clean Sky Joint Technology Initiative has launched its second call for proposals, making available €8.3 million in funding and covering 24 new research topics.
  • EU and industry come together at EARPA conference
    Published on: 20/11/2009
    On 4-5 November 2009, EARPA members, EU officials and European road transport stakeholders came together in Brussels to review activities and research initiatives, and discuss the future of the automotive sector.
  • New milestone for ‘Clean Sky’
    Published on: 20/11/2009
    The European Commission along with industry experts are determined to overhaul the entire airport transport industry, with new technologies to reduce CO2 by 50%. 'Clean Sky', the EU initiative that will make it all happen, is now officially autonomous. Its Executive Director, Eric Dautriat, discusses the issues.
  • CAE is the National Contact Point for EU aeronautics research in China
    Published on: 28/10/2009
    On 30 July 2009, the European Commission, together with the Ministry of Industry and Information Technologies (MIIT) of the People's Republic of China, launched a Call for Proposals aimed at enhancing international co-operation. The closing date is 14 January 2010.
  • Transport 'Info Day' goes green
    Published on: 22/10/2009
    The Transport Research Info Days, on 28 and 29 September 2009, featured in-depth presentations and information on the full range of topics covered under the new FP7 transport research calls for proposals, including aeronautics. Over two days, a record 1200 participants attended the event in Brussels, surpassing similar events in 2007 and 2008.
  • EU research shares stage with global 'Tara' expedition
    Published on: 22/10/2009
    Cutting-edge marine and maritime research was on display as the European Commission and the 'Tara Oceans' project crossed paths in Barcelona on 1 October 2009. Researchers from across Europe and around the world presented the latest work on biodiversity, aquaculture, blue biotech and climate change, while toasting the Tara as it embarks on a round-the-world scientific expedition.
  • Major ITS Congress pushes smarter transport
    Published on: 09/10/2009
    Putting new technologies to work to make transport safer, more efficient and greener was the focus of the 16th ITS World Congress in Stockholm from 21-25 September 2009. Delegates came from around the world to discuss the future of intelligent transport systems (ITS), especially the question of deployment.
  • Research can unlock the potential of ITS applications
    Published on: 09/10/2009
    The ITS World Congress in Stockholm on 22-25 September 2009 focused on EU-level efforts to speed up the introduction of intelligent transport systems (ITS). The European Commission's Research Directorate-General is doing its part to make sure the process goes as quickly and efficiently as possible.
  • Aero 'Info Day' focuses on next generation of air travel
    Published on: 07/10/2009
    The greening of flying and the integration of air transport systems are the priorities in European funding for research into air transport, according to top European Commission officials on the second day of the FP7 Transport Info Days event in Brussels from 28-29 September 2009.
  • High-level support for 'Ocean of Tomorrow'
    Published on: 02/10/2009
    The new joint call for proposals for marine and maritime research is aimed at building the knowledge base for a sustainable growth of sea-based activities. A special 'Information Day' on 16 September 2009 saw two EU Commissioners joining forces to underline the interdisciplinary and cross-sector aspects of this historic call.
  • AMT '09 conference draws hydrodynamics community
    Published on: 24/09/2009
    The First International Conference on Advanced Model Measurement Technology for the EU Maritime Industry (AMT '09), organised by the EU-funded Hydro Testing Alliance (HTA), was held in Nantes, France, on 1-2 September 2009. Over 100 participants exchanged results and views on fluid dynamics.
  • Online registration for the EU-Russia aeronautics workshop
    Published on: 03/09/2009
    On 15-16 October 2009, aworkshopwill be held in Moscow to promote the submission of new proposals for joint EU-Russia research funding. The event is open toparticipants from the EU Member States, FP7 Associated States, ICPC countries and the Russian Federation.
  • EU launches major series of calls for transport research proposals
    Published on: 01/09/2009
    The European Union is making available new funding for key transport research initiatives. Calls for proposals have been launched under the 'Green Cars', 'Ocean of tomorrow' and 'ERA-NET' initiatives, while new international co-operative research with China and Russia will also be funded. 'Information Days' events are set to support calls.
  • Commission announces smart investment in green PPPs
    Published on: 06/08/2009
    In July 2009, the European Commission held an 'information day' aimed at encouraging prospective researchers to respond to a first round of calls for proposals that will inject €268 million in three key market areas, including road transport.
  • Major scientific publication for ‘DESider’ project
    Published on: 06/08/2009
    The results of the EU-funded DESider project ('Detached eddy simulation for industrial aerodynamics') have been published in a new 454-page volume edited by Werner Haase, Marianna Braza and Alistair Revell. The book includes a comprehensive introduction to the project and full details of methods and approaches.
  • Key urban transport project delivers results
    Published on: 03/08/2009
    The 'SPUTNIC' project consortium held its final conference in Brussels in July 2009. Aimed at improving European public transport, SPUTNIC carried out a comprehensive study of the state of the art in urban mobility, including management, customer relations and operational structures.
  • Aero-researchers flock to Clean Sky JTI Information Day
    Published on: 14/07/2009
    The Clean Sky Joint Technology Initiative held an 'Information Day' on 10 July 2009 to aid interested parties in responding to Clean Sky's first call for proposals. The event featured presentations by top-level EC officials and industrial researchers.
  • TYROSAFE tyres, roads and safety video competition launched
    Published on: 07/07/2009
    The EU-funded TYROSAFE project is sponsoring an online video competition to raise awareness and highlight the importance of tyre/road interaction and safety. Participants in the ‘TyroSafe Video Competition’ will create a short video, maximum five minutes duration.
  • ‘DRESS’ project presented at Paris Air Show
    Published on: 23/06/2009
    The EU-funded DRESS project is developing a new electric steering system to replace hydraulics in today’s airliners. At this year’s Paris Air Show, DRESS partners discussed progress being made towards the ‘more electric aircraft’ of the future.