The publishers of Aerospace Testing International are delighted to announce that the London to Sydney in Five Hours: The Future of Aviation Conference will take place in London from 29-30 September 2021.
The conference will bring together manufacturers of aerospace propulsion technologies, advanced component-technology manufacturers, research associations and universities, and aircraft designers and manufacturers. The topic? How to create market-viable supersonic and hypersonic technologies and aircraft.
Delegates can expect to see presentations from some of the best-known, most-qualified experts on supersonic and hypersonic concepts and technologies. We’ll focus on engine possibilities as well as investigate the design possibilities for such rapid aircraft. Key figures from aircraft manufacturers and conceptualisers will talk and present detailed insight into their product plans. Designs and possibilities will be discussed, debated, and investigated. Group discussions will very much be part of the programme.
London to Sydney in Five Hours: The Future of Aviation Conference takes place in the heart of London and is co-located with the Aerospace Testing Symposium, which is dedicated to discussing, debating, and learning about the latest and next-generation complete aircraft and component testing and validation technologies and techniques. Delegates will be able to participate in both conferences at no extra cost.
Civil Aviation Authority
Senior Engineer - Aircraft Certification
University of Oxford
Lieutenant Colonel Joshua A. Burger
United States Airforce
Satellite Applications Catapult
Head of Manufacturing for Space
Business Development Manager - Aviation
Dr. Stuart Hawksworth
HSE Science and Research Centre
Head of Centre for Energy and Major Hazards at HSE & President of the International Association for Hydrogen Safety
Daniel Odion Iyinomen
Wagners/University of Southern Queensland
Business Development – Electrification
Frost & Sullivan
Global Practice Leader - Aerospace & Defence
Product Line Manager for Data Acquisition
DLR - German Aerospace Centre
Head of Space Launcher System Analysis (SART)
Prof. Dr. Michael Smart
Head of R&D and Co-Founder
Nabil Iben Sobih
Lead Propulsion Engineer
Co-Founder and CEO
Dr. Nicole Viola
Politecnico di Torino, Italy
Associate Professor of Aerospace Systems Design