Bristol, 3rd August 2017 - The Symposium Call for Presentations for the 2017 Airbus Flight Physics Distributed Research & Technology Partnership (DiPaRT) event have been announced. Taking place between the 20th and 22nd November 2017, the themes for this year’s event are:
To submit a proposed symposium presentation abstract, a short description of up to 500 words and an accompanying title is required. The deadline for the receipt of submissions is 6th October 2017 and must be uploaded through the DiPaRT event portal, which can be accessed here. The final Symposium Programme will be announced on 20th October 2017.
DiPaRT was created in 2010 by Airbus UK as a mechanism for engaging and collaborating with the UK Flight Physics R&T community. Supporting the UK centred capability in design and integration of wings, landing gear and associated systems, the DiPaRT network of organisations and partners identify potential technologies and research aligned with Airbus R&T strategy
DiPaRT commences on 20th November with a series of keynote talks, followed by the Flight Physics Symposium where delegates are split into streams. Registrations for the DiPaRT event will commence in October 2017 through the CFMS website and DiPaRT Portal.
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DiPaRT has been created by Airbus as a mechanism for communicating with, engaging and orchestrating the UK Flight Physics R&T community. The aim is to foster a coherent, well informed and motivated partnership that can help Airbus effectively deliver its strategic vision for a UK capability, supporting design and integration of wings, landing gear and associated systems. Following the establishment of the UK Aerospace Technology Institute (ATI) this remit acquires a special significance.