Network members

The network is composed of 11 main institutions – beneficiaries – who are primarily responsible for the research including the supervision of the early stage researchers, and training including organising and hosting workshops, training schools and conferences.

The beneficiaries are assisted by partner organisations, who provide expertise, contribute to the training and research projects, and often host secondments. Associated partners can join at any time during the project, if your institution is interested please get in touch

The network includes industry, universities and research organisations, public and private, from over 7 countries around the world and are led by the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow.


Network leadUniversity of Strathclyde (Glasgow, Scotland, UK)

Belgium: Ghent University (Ghent), Von Karman Institute (Brussels)

FranceINRIA (Saclay)

GermanyCologne University of Applied Sciences (Gummersbach), DLR German Aerospace Centre (Germany)

ItalyCIRA Italian Aerospace Research Centre (Capua), ESTECO (Trieste), Politecnico di Milano (Milan)

Slovenia: Jo┼żef Stefan Institute (Slovenia)

United KingdomUniversity of Durham (Durham, England), University of Strathclyde (Glasgow, Scotland)

Partner organisations

Airbus Operations (England, UK)
Airbus Ltd (Germany)
Leonardo Aircraft S.p.A (Italy)
National Physical Laboratory (Teddington, England)
Stanford University (California, USA)
University of Naples Federico II (Naples, Italy)
BURN Research Group (Brussels, Belgium)