Share your expertise and knowledge

Speaking at RAeS Events offers considerable recognition of your knowledge and expertise, enabling you to share with our Members and wider industry personnel, your research, company projects and views, to a relevant and targeted audience.

There are many opportunities for academics and aviation & aerospace professionals to present at the Royal Aeronautical Society. Call for Papers will be listed across a broad range of subjects, across the 26 specialist interest areas.  Accepted papers may also be considered for inclusion in the Royal Aeronautical Society’s Aeronautical Journal, subject to the refereeing process.

To view details of all forthcoming RAeS events, please browse our Event Calendar.



Simulation Based Training for the Digital Generation

11 - 12 November 2015 / London

The RAeS Flight Simulation and Young Person's Groups are jointly organising a conference on 11-12 November 2015 entitled 'Simulation Based Training for the Digital Generation'. Abstracts should be between 200-500 words and submitted to the Conference and Events Department by Friday 10 July 2015 to be considered. View the full Call for Papers here.

Delivering Capability: A Balance Between Weapon and Platform

20 November 2015 / London

With the focused nature of recent conflicts, the requirement for a full capability spectrum is questionable. Affordability forces us to focus on certain aspects of capability but this must be maximised within financial constraints. There may also be conflicts in which we cannot, or choose not, to intervene. 

Capability has been defined as a combination of means, method and political will. Focusing on the means as a combination of the weapon and platform, it is arguable whether the balance of sophistication is correct. Are there different constructs between the two that can give greater utility from a fixed defence budget? 

The Weapon Systems and Technology Group invite authors to submit unclassified abstracts by Friday 3 July 2015. To find out more please click here.

Have you been invited to present a paper on your aerospace-related research at an international conference but lack the funds to do so? Find out how the Royal Aeronautical Society may be able to assist you here