MSCA-EJD NITROS International Workshop on Engineering for Rotorcraft Safety, 7-9 April 2021, brings together the industrial and research community working on rotorcraft development from a safety perspective.
The participation to the workshop is free but participants must register sending an email at firstname.lastname@example.org with subject: “Registration to NITROS International Workshop on Engineering for Rotorcraft Safety”.
Organized by the European Commission H2020 Marie Skłodowska Curie Actions MSCA-EJD NITROS, this workshop brings together the industrial and research community working on rotorcraft development from a safety perspective.
Helicopters currently perform crucial operations in different sectors providing a valuable contribution to society. Several issues are addressed by NITROS through innovative approaches in a unique cross-disciplinary research and training program with the goal of increasing safety and, as a consequence, the use and the public acceptance of rotorcraft.
The workshop will include invited lectures as well as presentations from researchers within the H2020 MSCA-EJD NITROS research and training network.
The objective will be to discuss how engineering can be used to identify ways to reduce helicopter accidents. Contributions will address technologies, processes, and design methodologies to increase rotorcraft and VTOL safety, including both new design and legacy helicopters.
For further details see: https://www.nitros-ejd.org/events/
The programme of the workshop has been published here: https://www.nitros-ejd.org/programme-of-the-nitros-international-workshop-on-engineering-for-rotorcraft-safety/