RADIAN regional workshops held in Poland and Ukraine

05. December 2017 in Rzeszów, Poland; 25.January 2018 in Kyiv, Ukraine


RADIAN concept, current results, and further actions were presented, also gaps and barriers discussed at the workshops with more than 90 Participants. The participants demonstrated definite interest to RADIAN coaching campaign

Association of Polish Aviation Industry, together with Rzeszów University of Technology and Aviation Valley organised a workshop in Rzeszów which was part of The Centre of Advanced Technology "AERONET - Aviation Valley" Conference. The Centre of Advanced Technology "AERONET - Aviation Valley" was founded in order to realize interdisciplinary, collective and long-term research and training programme as well as effective implementation and commercialisation of new technologies aimed at the aerospace industry.

As a result of the workshop 28 questionnaires were completed by the main regional actors from industry, university, research institutes including Pratt & Whitney, Institute of Aviation, Kirchhoff, SAFRAN, PILC, Silesian University of Technology and others.

The workshop in Kyiv was organized at ANTONOV State Enterprise together with other Kiev-based aviation-related organizations. As a result 34 questionnaires were completed by the main regional actors from industry, university, and research institutes, including ANTONOV Company, Electromechanical plant, National Aviation University – NAU, Frantsevich Institute for Problems of Materials Science, National Academy of Science – NASU and others.

 

For more details, please contact:

Poland: Mr Adrian Huta - adrian.huta@dolinalotnicza.pl

Ukraine: Mr Igor Rybalchenko - iar@khai.edu


05. December 2017 in Rzeszów, Poland; 25.January 2018 in Kyiv, Ukraine


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Register for RADIAN workshop!

Laurus offices, Koer street 2/a Budapest Hungary, 23.02.2018

Slot Consulting will organise a workshop on the gaps, problems, possibilities in aeronautics research cooperation in the Budapest region on the 23rd of February.
In case you are interested to attend please write to andrejkocsis@slotconsulting.hu (additional contact details from here).
Laurus offices, Koer street 2/a Budapest Hungary, 23.02.2018

RADIAN presented at Clean Sky States Representative Group Meeting

Clean Sky States Representative Group Meeting, 24.01.2018, Brussels
Roland Guraly from Slot Consulting attended the Clean Sky States Representative Group Meeting held in Brussels and presented the RADIAN project. The focus of the presentation was how RADIAN and Clean Sky can cooperate in the future with information sharing and by supporting organisations from less successfully integrated European regions to be able to get the necessary information in taking part in Clean Sky calls for example.



Clean Sky is interested in regional cooperation and it has its own programme in the field.

Read more about the participations per Regions in succesful proposals in CS2 calls here.

More information about Structural funds and regions is presented on CleanSky page.
Clean Sky States Representative Group Meeting, 24.01.2018, Brussels

7th EASN International Conference registration is open!

The EASN Assosiation and the Warsaw University of Technology are inviting you to the conference on “Innovation in European Aeronautics Research”, 26-29 september, 2017
The online registration and abstract submission can be done through the registration link.

The EASN Assosiation and the Warsaw University of Technology are inviting you to the conference on “Innovation in European Aeronautics Research”, 26-29 september, 2017

The pool of “Regions of Interest” identified

To overcome the misbalance in aviation related research activities in Europe, RADIAN will identify barriers for  international collaboration and subsequently develop and verify solutions and measures to overcome these obstacles on the level of the European regions.
As a first step, regions with low participation in the EU Framework Programmes, however possessing the potential for higher cooperation in joint European projects as well as aviation research intensive regions had to be found. This required an objective approach, relying on high quality data.

The method of how to select the "right" regions was discussed very intensely and elaborately among the consortium members. In several steps the regions got assessed after different criteria. With very high effort aspects like engagement in Framework Programme 7 (FP7) and Horizon 2020 (H2020)economic data and soft factors were taken into account. Every step was enriched by the knowledge and experience of all partners who know the European research arena very well.

The evaluation process research was done on the level of involvement,  activity and potential in AAT research and innovation. All EU Member States, Associated- and Candidate Countries, as well as all Third Countries engaged in FP7 and/or H2020 aviation research were considered. In a multi-stage down-selection process, the pool of regions was gradually decreased while the level of detail applied for the different selection increased. All criteria got selected very carefully to select the regions with the highest potential of finding the way into European joint research.

In RADIAN, we recently identified a pool of “regions of interest”, abbreviated ROI. This acronym fits quite nicely, as for these regions a reasonable return-of-investment on RADIAN activities is being expected. The final result of Work Package 1 is a list of  24 candidate regions with strong focus and interest in aviation - regions which have the potential to achieve added value if they are supported adequately to overcome the  barriers which currently hamper their participation in European aviation research.
To overcome the misbalance in aviation related research activities in Europe, RADIAN will identify barriers for  international collaboration and subsequently develop and verify solutions and measures to overcome these obstacles...

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