upcoming EVENTS

25 October 2017, Technical University of Munich

 

2nd tum partner event

 

 

 

 

 

PAST EVENTS

26-28 June 2017, Ludwig Bölkow Campus

 

Munich aerospace Summer summit (MASS)

 

 

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22 March 2017, Universität der Bundeswehr München, Campus Neubiberg

 

2nd UniBw Partner event

 

 

17 November 2016, German Aerospace Center in Oberpfaffenhofen

 

2nd DLR Partner event

 

 

22-24 June 2016, Herrsching at Lake Ammersee

 

Munich Aerospace Summer school

 

Munich Aerospace Summer School Poster

 

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25 April 2016, Ludwig Bölkow Campus

 

2nd Bauhaus Luftfahrt Partner Event

 

 

3 December 2015, TUM Research Campus Garching

 

 

 

 

1st TUM Partner Event

Content: Munich Aerospace Partner Events are part of the Munich Aerospace Graduate School. These events are open to our partner's very own design and take place at their own premises. The aim is to further connect the partners, and to give network members the chance to get to know each other’s facilities.
 


 

2nd Munich Aerospace Colloquium on Autonomous Flight

Content: The possibilities for adaptation and implementation of unmanned flight systems have grown enormously, driven by rapid improvements in areas of technology outside of aerospace. Whereas only a few years ago, unmanned aircraft were still exotic specimens resulting from research efforts devoid of practical applications, today several possibilities for use have become imaginable. The absence of humans on board gives rise to numerous new possibilities, but also to challenges.Thus, in order to apply unmanned flight systems to realistic tasks, a number of issues in aeronautics must be dealt with. Due to the special nature of flying, it is not possible to shut down operation of any aircraft that is heavier than air, because this would lead to a crash and thereby to possible loss of the aircraft as well as an immediate danger for persons and property on the ground.A major goal of joint research efforts within the scope of this research topic is therefore to maximize safety, reliability, accessibility and integrity of unmanned flight systems by developing suitable architectures for flight, control, mission and safety systems. The driving factor here is how to deal with constraints. An important aspect of unmanned flight systems is the fact that they consist not only of aircraft, but also of the accompanying infrastructure on the ground and the data links between both components. Viewing the aircraft in isolation is therefore not very productive. For the second time, the Munich Aerospace Colloquium on Autonomous Flight gives opportunity to Munich Aerospace Research Groups, Scholarship Recipients and representatives from industry to exchange information, present latest research results and discuss their projects.

 

For more information please see here.

 

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14 October 2015, Universität der Bundeswehr München

 

UniBw Partner Event

Content: Munich Aerospace Partner Events are part of the Munich Aerospace Graduate School. These events are open to our partner's very own design and take place at their own premises. The aim of our partner events is to further connect the partners, and to give network members the chance to get to know each other’s facilities.

 

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15 - 17 June 2015, Herrsching at Lake Ammersee

 

Mission Clean Space. The Space Debris Challenge (Summer School)

Content: About 1000 active satellites orbit around the Earth for mapping, improving weather forecast or keeping communication networks running. However, the continuous growth of space debris poses a serious hazard to orbital infrastructure and operations. Almost six decades of spaceflight have by now left a mass of approximately 6500 tons in orbit, posing a constant threat to manned and unmanned spaceflight. Therefore, scientists are working continuously to register, prevent and remove orbital junk and also to encourage safe as well as sustainable spaceflight. To provide a platform for interdisciplinary discussions Munich Aerospace has invited an international array of scientists and professionals to this year's summer school. For more information please see here.

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11 December 2014, Munich Aerospace c/o Bauhaus Luftfahrt

 

1st Munich aerospace colloquium on autonomous flight

Content: Expert lectures by Munich Aerospace Research Groups and Scholarship Recipients.

Programme:

 

0100 pm          Welcome

 

0130 pm          Presentation of the Munich Aerospace Research Group "Certifiable Autonomy in Unmanned Aerial Vehicles"

                       Dr Gunther Reißig

 

0200 pm          Presentation of the Munich Aerospace Research Group "Missionsgetriebene Auslegung, Regeung und Ausrüstung"

                       Dr Konstantin Kondak, Aaron Barth, Alexander Schelle, Stojan Stevanovic, Manuel Keppler

 

0230 pm          Presentation of the Munich Aerospace Research Group "Generierung von optimalen Referenzflugbahnen

                       für autonome Flugsysteme"

                       Prof. Matthias Gerdts, Konstantin Palagachev, Matthias Rieck, Guido Wortmann

 

0300 pm          Discussion

21 October 2014, German Aerospace Centre (DLR)

 

DLR PARTner event

Content: Visit to the Robotics and Mechatronics Centre.
6 June 2014, Bauhaus Luftfahrt (BHL)

 

BHL Partner event

Content: Presentation of Bauhaus Luftfahrt as well as expert lectures by scientists on the topics of "Energy and Power Systems" and "Concept Development for an Improves Turnaround Process of Short-Haul Passenger Aircraft".
28 - 30 April 2014, Frauenchiemsee Monastery

 

Munich aerospace spring school

Content: Presentation of the Ludwig Bölkow Campus projects AlgenFlugKraft, EUROPAS and PowerLab as well as expert lectures by Munich Aerospace Research Groups and Scholarship Recipients.
25 October 2013, University of ther German Armed Forces (UniBw)

 

Unibw partner event

Content: Ceremonial Colloquium at the Faculty for Aerospace Engineering.
17 - 18 September 2013, German Aerospace Centre (DLR)

 

DLR Partner event

Content: Status day of the HGF Alliance.
31 January 2013 - 1 Febuary 2013, Universitätszentrum Obergurgl (Austria)

 

Munich Aerospace Winter school 2013

Content: Expert lectures by Munich Aerospace Research Groups and Scholarship Recipients.
29 September 2012, Officers‘ mess at the University of the German Armed Forces

 

Meeting of the scientific advisory board

Content: Expert lectures by Munich Aerospace Research Groups and Scholarship Recipients.