Thursday October 5th, 2017 & Friday October 6th, 2017
at the Mövenpick Hotel, Stuttgart Airport
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The E2Flight Symposium was held at the Stuttgart Airport in 2015 for the first time. The feedback was excellent and due to the popular demand we will be holding the 3rd edition of this symposium.
In 2016, the DLR and the University of Stuttgart examined the challenges and opportunities presented by electric propulsion in aircraft.
This year we will be focusing on new aspects of electric flight like the feasibility as well as the scientific aspects of this new and promising technology.
We are pleased to invite you to join us in Stuttgart on the 5th and 6th of October 2017 and take part at the 3rd E2Flight Symposium.
Main topics of the symposium include:
The symposium’s target audience is engineers and researchers from universities, research centers, and from the industry, as well as research groups and certification authorities that have a connection to or an interest in electric powered aircraft.
Conference & Student Attendees
Prior registration is necessary in order to attend the symposium. Attendance fee for two days will be € 200 per person (students € 80). The registration fee provides full participation in the conference including registration, refreshments and lunch.
Place of Venue
Mövenpick Hotel Stuttgart Airport & Messe
Flughafenstraße 50, 70629 Stuttgart, Deutschland
Tel +49 711 553440
Conference language will be English!
We look forward to seeing you in October!
© University Stuttgart.
Thursday - October 5th, 2017
Arrival & Check-In
Overview - The E²Flight - Symposium
Josef Kallo - German Aerospace Center DLR / Len Schuhmann - University of Stuttgart / Johannes Anton - German Aerospace Center DLR
Spiral Development of Electrified Aircraft Propulsion from Ground to Flight
Starr Ginn - NASA Armstrong Flight Research Center
ICAO Resolution A39-3, Policies and Practices Related to Environmental Protection – Global Market-Based Measure Scheme
Frauke Pleines-Schmidt - German Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure
Hybrid Electric Commuter Aircraft – A Suitable Application in Commercial Air Transport
Len Schumann- University of Stuttgart, IFB
Potential of Wing Structure Integrated Hydrogen Tanks for Emission-Free General Aviation Applications
Jan Eichhorn - APUS - Aeronautical Engineering GmbH
Hybridization Concepts Using Today's Technology
Jonas Lay - University of Stuttgart, IFB
Pierre Crespi - Air Liquide, Advanced Technologies
Battery Packaging and Safety
Christoph Schäper - AIR ENERGY Entwicklungsgesellschaft mbH & Co. KG
Highly Integrated PEM Fuel Cell Stack Module for Aerospace Applications
Thomas Heihsel - ElringKlinger AG
Come Together at Schwanen Bräu
You may pick up your travel directions at the information counter!
Friday - October 6th, 2017
EASA „Electric & Hybrid Aviation" Project and Aspects for Technology Certification
Lars Muth - RS.aero GmbH / TH Wildau
Flight Testing Methodology for Unconventionally Powered Aircraft