The division would like to give notice of its forthcoming annual general meeting on Tuesday 23 June 2015. For more details, please contact Lisa Meenan
The Unmanned Aircraft Systems Challenge (UAS Challenge) bridges the gap between academia and industry in developing applied UAS-related activities; giving you the perfect opportunity to strengthen links with industry and universities in your area and enhance employment opportunities for your graduates in aerospace.
Industry news, technical activities taking place in the UK and internationally are listed and circulated every month of the year.
The Division established its first Regional Committee (the Western Aerospace Centre) in Bristol in October 2000 and was proud to launch its second (IMechE Aerospace North West) in May 2004. Find out more about each:
Schools Aerospace Challenge
The Schools Aerospace Challenge is an event open to students between the ages of 16 and 18. This year's challenge along with names of current and previous winning teams can be discovered by visiting the website.
Putting the space into aerospace
If you are interested in space - update your profile so that we know and can make sure that more activities are organised on this topic. If you would like to recommend any ideas, please contact Lisa Meenan. A list of activities organised by the IET's Satellite Systems and Applications Network can be viewed in the list of future supported events.
Interested in aerospace?
If you are interested why not update your profile? If you update your profile and opt into receiving our aerospace email updates you will receive a monthly newsletter that brings together the latest news and developments in the sector. It will also help give the Division an idea of the potential audience; if you would like to recommend any ideas, please contact email@example.com. A list of activities organised by the IET's Satellite Systems and Applications Network can be viewed in the list of future supported events.
Technical Activity Committees (TACs)
The Division has four Technical Activity Committees, each of which organise their own events:
Advances in aerospace propulsion
Riti Singh, Professor Emeritus Gas Turbine Engineering, Cranfield University and Past Chairman of the Aerospace Division gave his lecture 'Post Nubes Lux: Aerospace Propulsion'
. It is available to view online along with the results of the questionnaire and the paper from Riti's 2001 lecture.