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FP7 STORM FINAL FORUM : All aviation/icing research actors in EU (& beyond) to take stock & prepare for future programs!

Contributed by: ARTTIC

From 2017-03-29 to 2017-03-30, Belgium
The FP7 STORM project will organise its final public workshop to present and discuss challenges and innovative solutions in simulation and technologies for icing conditions. The event will be hosted by the European Commission and the scope will be enlarged over a two-day public session.
STORM partners will present the latest progress of the research in the domains of ice release mechanisms understanding and prediction, ice accretion within the engine environment and innovative Ice Protection Systems (IPS). International collaboration in Aviation Icing research & innovation will be outlined with the participation of speakers from CLEANSKY2 JU, FAA, JAXA, NASA, TsAGI, Airbus. This is unique opportunity to gather icing community and engage all aviation/icing research actors in EU (& beyond) to take stock & prepare for future programs.
Registration is now open on STORM website : fp7-storm.eu


Confirmed Speakers :
- FP7 STORM – Overview, M. Balland, Project Coordinator ,SAFRAN AIRCRAFT ENGINES
- "Aviation Safety - Icing R&I needs", S. Fumero, EUROPEAN COMMISSION
- "Icing Regulations, Ice Crystals and SLD", V. Brandi, EASA
- "Icing activities in CleanSky/2", G. Pagnano, CLEANSKY2 JU
- Feed-back from FP7 HAIC-HIWC - International Icing Research Forum, A. Calmels-Grandin, AIRBUS France
- Feed-back from International Surface Icing Workshop (Jan.2017) , N. Rehfeld, FRAUNHOFER
- International collaboration in Aviation Icing research & innovation , Chair: P.Perez-Illana, EUROPEAN COMMISSION
with the participation of FAA, NASA, NRC, KAXA, TsAGI

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Record Number: 148816 / Last updated on: 2017-02-08
Category: Event
Provider: WIRE
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