ECFAS was pleased to be a part of the 11th European Aeronautics Science Network (EASN) Virtual International Conference on Innovation in Aviation and Space to the Satisfaction of the European Citizens.
The 11th edition of the EASN conference was the biggest yet, with over 420 participants from 31 countries worldwide. Topics included: aerodynamics, propulsion, Clean Sky initiatives, eco-design and sustainability, R&D projects, and much more.
Dr. Emmanouela Ieronymidi, Planetek Hellas, leader of ECFAS’ exposure and vulnerability of coastal zones (WP3), presented the project during the second day of the conference in a presentation entitled: “A European Coastal Flood Awareness System”. This presentation was part of the themed session, “How are space Clusters and SMEs contributing to face the climate change challenge?”
The 12th EASN Conference will take place in Granada, Spain, in 2022. You can find out more here.