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         Aerospace Research:     more books (100)
  1. Centennial of Powered Flight: A Retospective of Aerospace Research (Library of Flight Series)
  2. 75 years of aerospace research in the Netherlands: A sketch of the National Aerospace Laboratory NLR, 1919-1994 by Jan A. van der Bliek, 1994
  3. Mach 3+: NASA/USAF YF-12 flight research, 1969-1979 (Monographs in aerospace history) by Peter W Merlin, 2002
  4. Aerospace Research Index (ROR)
  5. ADIGMAA European Initiative on the Development of Adaptive Higher-Order Variational Methods for Aerospace Applications: Results of a Collaborative Research ... Mechanics and Multidisciplinary Design)
  6. Modern Research Topics in Aerospace Propulsion: In Honor of Corrado Casci
  7. Evaluation of the National Aerospace Initiative by Committee on the National Aerospace Initiative, National Research Council, 2004-06-17
  8. Research review by United States. Air Force. Office of Aerospace Research, 2009-11-04
  9. Policy Issues in Aerospace Offsets: Report of a Workshop (Compass Series) by National Research Council, 1997-07-02
  10. Review of NASA's Aerospace Technology Enterprise: An Assessment of NASA's Aeronautics Technology Programs by Committee for the Review of NASA's Revolutionize Aviation Program, National Research Council, 2004-01-22
  11. Memoirs of an Aeronautical Engineer: Flight Testing at Ames Research Center, 1940-1970 (Monographs in Aerospace History, No. 26.) by Seth B. Anderson, 2002-08
  12. Advanced Aerospace Materials (Materials Research and Engineering)
  13. Airline Passenger Security Screening: New Technologies and Implementation Issues by National Research Council, Natl Research Coun, 1996-04
  14. Aerospace Medicine: With Index of Modern Authors & Subjects and Guide for Rapid Research by Abbe Research Division, 2004-03

1. DLR - Web-Portal
Germany's national aerospace research center and space agency. Includes project profiles. = "DLRMain"; Erweiterte Suche Intranet Raumfahrt Luftfahrt ... Das DLR DLR - Web-Portal
Deutschland sichert wissenschaftliche Forschung im Columbus-Modul auf der Internationalen Raumstation ISS
Mit der Vertragsunterzeichnung für das "Columbus-Kontrollzentrum“ wurde heute in Oberpfaffenhofen bei München ein wesentlicher Schritt zur Sicherung der wissenschaftlichen Forschung auf der Internationalen Raumstation ISS vollzogen. Der Vertrag beinhaltet ein Investitionsvolumen von 37,7 Millionen Euro. Vertragspartner sind das DLR und die Europäische Weltraumorganisation ESA.
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Einmaliger Langzeiterfolg mit DLR-Umweltsensor MOS
Ein deutscher Umweltsensor, der weltweit die Ökologie von Ozeanen und Küstengewässern im Visier hat, kann mit sieben Jahren Einsatz im Orbit eine Art "galaktischen Rekord“ feiern. Kein anderer himmlischer Umweltsensor hat eine längere Einsatzzeit im Bereich der Fernerkundung der Erde vorzuweisen als das vom DLR entwickelte Spektrometer MOS auf dem indischen Kleinsatelliten IRS-P3.
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The National Research Council's Institute for aerospace research, Canada's national aerospace laboratory, undertakes and promotes research and development in support of the Canadian aerospace community, in matters affecting the design, manufacture,

3. ONERA - The French National Aerospace Research Establishment
Overview Scientific Activities Industrial Applications Geography ... The Toulouse Research Center ODAS is 'ONERA and DLR Aerospace Symposium'. 4-6 June, 2003 Toulouse, France
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Given their violence, flows inside an aeronautical engine can hardly be experimented. Yet, numerical simulation provides pictures showing their complexity... and their beauty.
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Conference on Plasmas for Stealth and for Flow and Combustion Control
A meeting organized by ONERA and CNRS for french and russian researchers to exchange their experience in these domains. 31 March - 1 April 2003 in Paris. Program and registration The International Crashworthiness and Design Symposium will take place in Lille the 3rd and 4th of December 2003. Registration Form
The 12th International Conference on Atmospheric Electricity
From Monday 9th to Friday 13th June 2003, the International Commission on Atmospheric Electricity invites scientists and researchers for its quadrennial meeting. The conference will be held in France, in the city of Versailles, close to Paris. Details
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4. National Research Council Canada, Institute For Aerospace Research: Splash Page
Translate this page The National Research Council's Institute for aerospace research, Canada's nationalaerospace laboratory, undertakes and promotes research and development in
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6. Main LARSS Page
The Langley aerospace research Summer Scholars (LARSS) program is a 10week summerresearch experience open to rising juniors, seniors, and first-year graduate
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The Office of Education at NASA Langley Research Center offers a wide variety of educational opportunities for individuals exploring ways to broaden their educational horizons. The Langley Aerospace Research Summer Scholars (LARSS) program is a 10-week summer research experience open to rising juniors, seniors, and first-year graduate students. The LARSS program is sponsored by NASA to encourage students to further their education through research and exploration in the aerospace-related fields of study. Complete program information is available by clicking on the links above. The LARSS program application is exclusively available on-line. Completed applications packages must be postmarked by February 1 annually for consideration. If you have any questions concerning the LARSS program, please direct them to Heidi Davis , Director/LARSS Program.
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7. Aerospace Research Laboratory - University Of Virginia
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8. Aerospace Research Laboratory
aerospace research Laboratory University of Virginia 570 EdgemontRd Charlottesville, VA 22904. Click on Maps to Enlarge,
Aerospace Research Laboratory
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Charlottesville, VA 22904
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Charlottesville, VA UVa Grounds Observatory Hill, ARL is Building 1
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Turn south onto Alderman Rd where it intersects Ivy Rd (Route 250 Business) at a set of traffic lights. At the next set of traffic lights turn right (west) into McCormick Rd. Take the next right into Edgemont Rd. The Slaughter Recreation Center is on the immediate left. Follow road up the hill. ARL is the third building on the right after the Recreation Center. Parking is available at the Northern and Southern ends of the ARL building. Note: the University Av. to Alderman Rd section of McCormick Rd is closed to through traffic Monday to Fridays during Semester and business hours.
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On I-64, take Charlottesville exit 118B for the Route 29/250 bypass. Drive approximately 2 miles north on the bypass.
On Route 29/250 bypass take the off ramp for Route 250 Business. This is the Ivy Rd exit. Follow Ivy Rd for approximately 1 mile and turn right into Alderman Rd (second set of traffic lights).
When approaching Charlottesville from the North take the Route 29/250 bypass south and not Route 29 Business.

9. National Institute For Aerospace Research "Elie Carafoli"

10. National Institute For Aerospace Research "Elie Carafoli"

11. Hessert Laboratory For Aerospace Research
The Hessert Laboratory for aerospace research was constructed in 1991 asa 38,000 square foot stateof-the-art aerospace research facility.
The Hessert Laboratory for Aerospace Research was constructed in 1991 as a 38,000 square foot state-of-the-art aerospace research facility. Hessert houses a number of laboratories, but it also contains faculty and graduate student offices, photographic developing facilities, and space for future expansion.
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12. Labor Aerospace Research Agenda
LARA Mission. MIT's Labor aerospace research Agenda is committed to advancing theory,practice and policy with respect to the 21st Century aerospace workforce.
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LARA Mission MIT's Labor Aerospace Research Agenda is committed to advancing theory, practice and policy with respect to the 21st Century aerospace workforce. We are researching the impact of instability on employment and new work systems. We also seek to understand and address issues centered on investing in intellectual capital, ensuring an effective institutional infrastructure, and global employment dynamics in the aerospace industry.

13. CTPID Labor Aerospace Research Agenda
The Labor aerospace research Agenda (LARA), founded in 1998 as an independent projectaffiliated with LAI, is supported by the United Auto Workers and the
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Email: ctpid/www The Labor Aerospace Research Agenda (LARA), founded in 1998 as an independent project affiliated with LAI, is supported by the United Auto Workers and the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers. LARA focuses on the impact of changes in funding, organization, and technology on the aerospace workforce and on the implications of the diffusion of new work practices. Faculty and staff Thomas A. Kochan

14. BMBF | Transport / Aerospace Research
Transport / aerospace research. Mobility is a fundamental aerospace research.aerospace research is a European task. Two thirds of the
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Mobility is a fundamental need in a modern society and efficient transport systems are a prerequisite for our country's socio-economic development and for citizens' prosperity. New technology must contribute to making transport more energy-conserving and more environmentally compatible. Telematics can help make existing roads and railways more efficient. It also makes for better networking of different transport systems so that every traveller can choose the optimum combination of private car and public transport. Technologies and organizational forms for this networking are demonstrated in five major lead projects on mobility in conurbations. A collaborative project entitled " Low-noise traffic " aims at a significant reduction of noise.
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Aerospace research is a European task. Two thirds of the German space budget goes to the European Space Agency ESA as German contribution. Scientific excellence, technology development and industrial applicability are the yardsticks for the funding of space projects. Successful technology transfer from space research is gaining increasing significance. Funding for SMEs with clear market prospects and for self-sustaining industrial development is a primary goal. Users of space technologies are increasingly being included in the design and funding of projects.

15. BMBF | Directorate-General 4: Research; Transport, Aerospace Research
DirectorateGeneral 4 Research; Transport, aerospace research. Germanyis among the leaders in basic scientific research not only
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Germany is among the leaders in basic scientific research not only because it has excellent scientists but also because it has a good research infrastructure with large-scale research equipment. The responsibilities of Directorate-General 4 "Research; Transport, Aerospace Research" include preserving and strengthening the science base. The instruments available for addressing this task are the modern facilities of eight national research centres as well as the European research centres CERN, ESRF, ESO and ILL. An additional instrument is project support, which covers the areas of physics, astrophysics, astroparticle physics and mathematics. Securing mobility, avoiding congestion, easing the burden on the environment and avoiding traffic noise – these are requirements to be met by a transport concept for the future. Transport research will contribute to solving these problems. Mobility in conurbations is to be optimized by networking all available means of transport and by making public transport more attractive. Testing and demonstration activities are already under way in some cities. A collaborative project on low-noise traffic studies the scientific and technological prerequisites for reducing traffic noise.

16. ASU:MAE Aerospace Research
aerospace research Propulsion; Satellite Design; Quiet Supersonic Airfoils;Solar Sails. MAE Home ASU Home CEAS Home Last updated on 1/7/2003 .
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In order to perform parts of the research functions of the ministry of Science, Research and Technology, and also to meet the present and future needs of the country in the field of aerospace research, the Aerospace Research Institute (ARI) was established, in 1998. The objectives of this institute are: to identify and introduce aerospace technologies; to cooperate with related national and international organizations and institutes in order to expand its vision for the latest research achievements in the field of aerospace; to develop research in the field of aerospace ; to facilitate aerospace research activities, and to cooperate with other educational and research institutes in order to improve the quality of the related studies. Financial Aid for M.SC. and PH.D. Students

18. NRC-Institute For Aerospace Research: Aerospace Manufacturing Technology Centre
It will mobilize the existing facilities and programs of the Institute for AerospaceResearch and other related NRC institutes and programs across Canada to
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Background: The Canadian aerospace industry The Canadian aerospace industry is a jobs and growth success story. It ranks fifth in the world, with the potential to reach fourth within the next year. Innovation is the key to reaching that goal. Research and development drive the aerospace industry to meet ever-increasing demands from clients and regulators to reduce costs, increase performance, extend aircraft life, minimize environmental impacts, and improve safety. NRC has been a critical player in helping the Canadian aerospace industry position itself in the global economy through the appropriate and competitive use of leading edge science and technologies. World-class public research facilities can support earlier stages of research, accelerate technology transfer and diffusion, and attract foreign investment in Canada's industry. The Aerospace Manufacturing Technology Centre The NRC can respond to the needs of the Canadian industry, especially SMEs, while building on its existing strengths and providing an integrated approach to aerospace manufacturing technologies. The Aerospace Manufacturing Technology Centre (AMTC) will be located on the campus of the University of Montreal. It will mobilize the existing facilities and programs of the Institute for Aerospace Research and other related NRC institutes and programs across Canada to create a centre that will assist industry to develop, demonstrate and implement advanced manufacturing methods for aerospace.

19. NRC-Institute For Aerospace Research: Flight Research Laboratory
Flight Research Laboratory. The Flight Research Laboratory is one ofIAR's four main laboratories. The Laboratory is located at the
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Flight Research Laboratory
The Flight Research Laboratory is one of IAR's four main laboratories. The Laboratory is located at the Uplands Research Complex in Ottawa (Canada), and has scientific and technical staff with special knowledge of experimentation in flight. The Flight Research Lab provides consulting services, engages in collaborative research and licenses its technology to a wide range of clients. The lab has the expertise to manage and perform complex in-flight experiments in the areas of flight vehicle research and flight systems technology development. We also coordinate and perform complex airborne research experiments in collaboration with other agencies. The Laboratory develops, maintains and operates a small fleet of dedicated research aircraft, to support research projects in its main program areas: flight mechanics, avionics and airborne research experimentation. The Flight Research Laboratory has a highly competent engineering research staff, with specialization in areas such as:

20. NAE/ASEB Aerospace Research & Technology Roundtable
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Aerospace Research and Technology Roundtable
The Roundtable on Aerospace Research and Technology, a joint effort of the National Academy of Engineering (NAE) and the Aeronautics and Space Engineering Board (ASEB) , will bring together high-level representatives from government agencies, the private sector, and universities to address the future needs and direction of U.S. aerospace research and technology. Co-chairs for the effort are Mr. Neil Armstrong, Chairman of the Board, EDO Corporation; and Dr. Wm. A. Wulf, President, National Academy of Engineering. Today, the lack of research funding has the aerospace and air transportation industries looking to the future with some trepidation, wondering: How long will our national air transport infrastructure remain safe and viable? How will we address the long-term challenges of assuring air-travel quality for passengers? Are we making real progress on noise-reduction technologies? Are we compromising our long-term national defense by under-investment in research? Are we providing sufficiently challenging technological advances to attract and retain the best students, engineers, and leadership? These important questions - and the broader implications of current U.S. aerospace research policy - may not be fully recognized and understood by federal policymakers or the American public. For this reason, the National Academy of Engineering has established the Aerospace Research and Technology Roundtable to address both immediate and long-term issues in aerospace research and technology. The roundtable will enable dialogue between the various sectors of the aerospace engineering community, help foster consensus and coordination among government, industry and academia concerning the direction of leadership and policy, and focus the attention of key policy and decision makers in the Administration on current and future critical needs in aerospace research and technology.

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