Study branch "Aircraft and Space Systems" of the master degree program "Cybernetics and Robotics"
Department of Measurement, Technicka 2, 166 27 Prague, Czech Republic

2014 PEGASUS-AIAA Student Conference

held in April 23-25, 2014 at the Czech Technical University in Prague organized by
Faculty of Electrical Engineering & Faculty of Transportation Sciences
in cooperation with AIAA

A main purpose of the conference is to provide a forum for PEGASUS students to present technical papers in public competition and to give the students an opportunity to practice the presentation of technical work at meetings. Further important aim of the conference is to support a close relation among PEGASUS universities (see, AIAA, and European industry related to aeronautics and space engineering.

The conference will also provide the floor to present and introduce the company's products, ideas, and activities to students and academic staff coming from 25 technical and aerospace oriented PEGASUS Network universities from 10 EU countries as well as to discuss a potential cooperation.

The conference is held under auspices of His Magnificence, prof. Petr Konvalinka, the Rector of the CTU.

Venue of the conference:
Congress Centre at Masaryk Hall of Residence at the CTU in Prague
Address: Thakurova 1, 160 00 Prague, Czech Rep.
For more information see this.

The conference preliminary programme:
Public part of the conference
April 23rd, 2014    14:00-18:00 exhibition of the companies + poster session
Private part dedicated for PEGASUS Network, guests, exhibitors
registration of the conference participants
welcome reception
April 24th, 2014    09:00-16:00   
the conference day + poster session
presentation of the companies
banquet at the Bethlehem Chapel
April 25th, 2014    10:00-13:00   
visit of the laboratories of the CTU in Prague
award ceremony
closing of the conference

Main sponsors:




Department of Measurement  ||  Faculty of Electrical Engineering
Czech Technical University in Prague
Webmaster: Jan Rohac
Master degree branch - Aircraft and Space Systems,
Laboratory of Aircraft Instrumentation Systems (LIS)