The University of Nottingham has over 70 externally funded research projects valued at over £75 million with an inspirational team of 400 scientists and engineers, working closely with aerospace industry leaders including Airbus, Boeing, Rolls Royce and Safran with facilities including a purpose built Aerospace Technology Centre on the Jubilee Campus.
Marie Sklodowska-Curie Programme
Our Marie Sklodowska Curie PhD programme attracts highly qualified doctoral students, who are working on ambitious beyond state of the art projects with industry to direct the future of aerospace.
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Clean Sky Clean Sky Joint Technology Initiative
Our aerospace specialists are helping to shape the future through the Clean Sky Clean Sky Joint Technology Initiative (JTI) is the major EU and industry funded programme to develop technologies that will reduce aircraft energy use and fly these technologies in everyday life.
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Solutions for Aerospace Electrification Leadership (SAEL) Initiative
The Solutions for Aircraft Electrification Leadership (SAEL) initiative and workshop series was launched in July 2019 and was founded in a collaboration effort from international partners from the aerospace industry that include the University of Nottingham, 328 Support Services GmbH Crane Aerospace and the University of Cambridge.
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Aerospace research at the University of Nottingham is thriving - more people use our work on aerospace than any other university in the UK.The IAT is setting the standards for the future of more electric aircraft with the world’s largest research group in this area. Our ambitions and drive make the Institute a partner of choice in our five key areas of research: