Aerospace group

Aerospace Engineering

An ever globalizing planet continues to increase the demands placed upon the aerospace industry.
The NETME Centre’s aerospace engineering team works to tackle the challenges facing aircraft systems and aerodynamics, as well as structural and strength evaluation of future aircrafts. The researchers apply their work to the development of up-to-date technologies, aiming to increase efficiency and safety whilst simultaneously reducing the negative impact on the environment.

The wealth of experience within the research team ensures that NETME remains at the forefront of introducing advanced techniques into the aerospace sector.
The high standard of work performed in the field of aeronautical engineering is proven by wide participation in EU-funded research projects, and also by numerous examples of successfully completed industrial research & development projects.



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Aerospace group

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