A key milestone reached for the Horizon Europe PULSAR project

Third General Assembly in Berlin

The consortium of the Horizon Europe PULSAR (Propelling European Leadership through Synergizing Aviation Research) project gathered from June 17 to 19 in Berlin at the premises of Rolls-Royce Deutschland for the third general assembly of the project. A year and a half after its launch, this meeting aimed to review the progress made during this first reporting period and ensure the alignment of activities among the five Work Packages. Many ideas for future steps, including post-project activities, emerged during these discussions among PULSAR’s 12 partners.

By reaching one of the project’s first key milestones, PULSAR has confirmed its commitment to propelling European aviation towards a sustainable future.

Coordinated by ONERA, the French Aerospace Lab and combining the expertise of universities, research institutes, and industrial partners, the project aims to accelerate the transition to a more sustainable aviation system by developing a European roadmap for research and innovation in the field of aircraft noise and emissions.

To learn more, visit the PULSAR website.

Aligning labour market needs with training programs, a new challenge for PULSAR!

Work Package 5, partly dedicated to education, aims to identify current skill gaps in the field of aircraft noise and emissions and to create an education roadmap addressing this issue.

To this end, PULSAR is launching a large survey among stakeholders in the civil aviation sector to identify the educational and training needs related to aircraft noise and emissions by 2050. Anyone working in the aviation sector (industry, airport operators, SMEs, higher and vocational education, NGOs, policymakers, etc.) is invited to participate. The questionnaire remains open until September 30, when the University of Southampton will begin its analysis of the results. To help PULSAR gather the necessary data for its research, please respond to and share the survey here!

Erdyn as a project partner

Erdyn supports the coordinator and all PULSAR partners in the day-to-day management of the project. For more information, please contact us: Julie Mouquet (julie.mouquet@erdyn.fr) and Pinar Temel (pinar.temel@erdyn.fr).

2024-06-27T14:25:13+02:00Thursday 27 June 2024|Financing, Transportation|

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