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The Institute of Air Transportation Systems maintains several co-operations with industry, research organizations and academia. Prime goal is to create synergies between research and teaching. In addition to joint project work, co-operation frequently includes exchange of students and research staff.
RMIT University, Melbourne
The Roayal Melbourne Institute of Technology is one of the biggest universities of Australia. A regular exchange of students is maintained. Website:
The Aerospace System Design Laboratory of the Georgia Institute of Technology is the leading institute on the field of aeronautic system analysis within the US. Via exchange of scientific staff and joint projects a close cooperation is maintained with ASDL.
The Royal Technical University of Stockholm is one of the biggest Scandinavian universities. A regular exchange of students is maintained. Website:
Deutsche Lufthansa AG
Deutsche Lufthansa is on of the largest commercial airlines worldwide. The TUHH-Institute of Air Transportation Systems cooperates with the Lufthansa airline branch as well as the Lufthansa Technik maintenance repair and overhaul branch. Lufthansa representatives are part of the lecture series »Operational Aspects of Transport Aircraft«. Joint projects are either funded via the National Aeronautic Research Program or via the Hamburg Spitzencluster. Website:
Hamburg Airport is the fifth largest airport of Germany. Representatives of Hamburg Airport give lectures on »Operational Aspects of Transport Aircraft«. Website:
Airbus is the major European aircraft manufacturer with sites in Germany, France, Spain and UK. The TUHH-Institute of Air Transportation cooperates in joint projects with the Airbus Future Project Office in Hamburg in the fields of technology assessment and aircraft design and with the Cabin Innovation Center Hamburg within the context of the lecture »Scenario Technique«. Website:
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