The European project AeroSTREAM, funded by the European Union's Horizon Europe program, and made up of a consortium of 14 entities, has organized a working meeting in Seville.
The committee of experts has visited the CTA facilities during their stay in Seville, where they have seen first-hand how our corporation works. Among the activities organized for the consortium, there has been a visit to the CATEC (Andalusian Foundation for Aerospace Development) facilities and a visit to the laboratories of the Higher School of Engineering of the University of Seville, both project partners.
Before the end of the meeting, the group of experts accompanied by our Technical Manager for the Aerospace Sector and Productive Processes, Silvia de los Santos, and our consultant María Jiménez, attended Transfers 2023, the European Forum for Science, Technology and Innovation in Malaga.
AeroSTREAM aims to value the results of the European AeroTwin project and extend them to a network of Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) in Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina, to enhance research and innovation capacity, and prepare and establish lasting cooperation. and integrated between these institutions, which translates into a greater number of joint research initiatives within the framework of the European Union.