Munich Aerospace’s e-learning program is part of the Global Aerospace Campus and provides continuing education for students and young professionals in the aerospace industry. International lecturers from teaching, industry and research highlight current and future-oriented aerospace topics in the courses.
Digitalisation changes our society and our working world. It creates new processes, and radically transforms existing workflows. Aerospace is particularly affected by it, as new developments are no longer conceivable without digitalisation. The three-part e-learning programme “Digitalisation in Aeronautics and Space” analyses changes that have taken place to date and provides an outlook on future transformations in the individual disciplines.
Experts from science, industry and politics will address topics such as artificial intelligence in earth observation, robots in production, aircraft design or digital avionics networks.
- Digitalisation in Production – Prof. Klaus Drechsler/Prof. Gunther Reinhart (Technical University of Munich)
- Digitisation in Earth Observation – Prof. Volker Liebig (Airbus/University of Stuttgart) and Prof. Xiaoxiang Zhu (German Aerospace Center/Technical University of Munich)
- Space and Digitalisation – Prof. Roger Förstner (Bundeswehr University Munich)
- Human Factors 4.0: Requirements and Challenges for People, Teams and Organisations – Prof. Harald Schaub (IABG/University of Bamberg)
- Managing Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul for Civil Aircraft – Prof. Josef Mendler (IABG)
- Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) for Efficient and Flexible Air Navigation – Prof. Thomas Pany (Bundeswehr University Munich)
- Collaborative Aircraft Design – Prof. Mirko Hornung (Technical University of Munich)
- Modelling and Simulation of Aerospace Systems with Modelica – Dr. Dirk Zimmer (German Aerospace Center)
- Digital Avionics Networks – Prof. Peter Stütz (Bundeswehr University Munich)
- Digital Models and their Compression in Structure Control Interaction Problems – Prof. Horst Baier (Technical University of Munich)