Student Resources

May 29, 2017

Introduction to Aerospace Engineering

The book was written in 2009 by Associate Professor Dr. Octavian Thor Pleter. It is written for the future aerospace engineers, in an attempt to capture both the complexity and the fascination of this cutting edge profession, in a holistic, multidisciplinary manner. The book also serves as an introduction in the disciplines studied in the ”Air Navigation - Air Transport Engineering” programs of studies. The programs, started in 2009, benefit from a modern and pragmatic curriculum, developed by the AirNav Board.

Announcements

3DEXPERIENCE: The New French Revolution

  Today we celebrate France and we remember the French Revolution, which reshaped the history of Europe and of the mankind. Less would we expect a New French Revolution, infinitely more peaceful, to reshape the history of Europe and of the mankind starting from now....

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Tarom hires aviation engineers

  Courtesy of our Alumna Diana Liță, aerospace engineer working for Tarom in the Structural and Advanced Composite Repair Shop, here you find a hiring ad from Tarom regarding aeronautical engineers. We wholeheartedly recommend Tarom, a long standing partner of the...

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Student camps 2019

It became a tradition for UPB students to participate in the national summer camps program. Started a month ago and run at the University level, the selection process has ended. The results, for FIA students, can be found...

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Travisions 2020

TRAVISIONS 2020 invites Bachelors, Masters and PhD students from all over Europe to submit innovative transport concepts to www.travisions.eu.   The deadline for a first short abstract is 30th June 2019. Following this, participants are requested to develop and submit...

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ISS Presentation

The presentation of the research activities of the Institute of Space Sciences and Romanian InSpace Engineering took place on Wednesday, May 8, 2019. A number of research topics were proposed to the students with this occasion,. If you missed the presentation or want...

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