Thursday 14 November 2013
589 Southmead Road
BS34 7RG United Kingdom
The eruption of E15 (Eyjafjallajökull) in 2010 caused major disruption to both civil and military aviation within Europe. In the aftermath, gaps and knowledge and associated research needs were identified, and separate initiatives were launched including the IVATF, NEWAC, WEZARD and an MOD research programme.
This event will attempt to draw together some of these separate activities to present a picture of how the gaps in knowledge are being addressed, and how this might lead to new ways of keeping Europe flying during any future events.
Great deals available for group bookings! Contact Lisa Meenan for more information.
- Gain an appreciation of basic research being undertaken to better understand the effects of volcanic ash on aviation
- Understand the direction of regulation and methods of compliance
- Discuss current gaps in knowledge, influence research leaders
- Develop networks within academia, operators and government
Relevant to academic researchers, engine manufacturers and airframers, airlines and military operators as well as regulators CAA and MAA.