Aerospace Seminar - Brisbane

On behalf of the team at AYAA QLD, we would like to invite you to the AYAA QLD Aerospace Seminar. This event will be held at UQ and will feature speakers from Queensland's leading aerospace companies, such as Australian Aerospace, Asia Pacific Aerospace and Interturbine Advanced Composites. We strongly advise you attend this seminar to learn about the QLD aerospace industry.

Wednesday 9 May 2012, 4pm to 7pm
Room N202 Hawken Engineering Building (Bld 50), The University of Queensland, St. Lucia.

This seminar is FREE for all to attend and refreshments will be provided.

Aerospace Futures Applications NOW OPEN

AYAA is proud to announce that applications for the 2012 Aerospace Futures conference are now open!

The conference, this year moving to Sydney, will be on 10-12 July with a launch night on the 9th and various social functions throughout. All current university undergraduates and postgraduates are encouraged to apply. Speakers for the 2012 conference include representatives from SpaceX, NASA, Boeing, EADS, Qantas, GE, Aerospace Concepts and Loktar Systems, amongst many others.

AYAA is a Proud Supporter of the NASA International Space Apps Challenge

The Australian Youth Aerospace Association is a proud supporter of the NASA International Space Apps Challenge.

Australian events will be hosted in Melbourne and Canberra, with the main event to run at the Victorian Space Science Education Centre (VSSEC). For more details, please see VSSEC's press release below:


Aerospace Futures Education Partner Announced

Aerospace Futures is proud to announce an educational partnership with the Australian Centre for Space Engineering Research at the University of New South Wales. The Australian Centre for Space Engineering Research (ACSER) was launched at the University of New South Wales on the 22nd November 2010. The centre aims to assist in the Federal Government's push to increase Australia's capabilities in the space industry. ACSER builds on existing UNSW strengths of satellite navigation, earth observation, and hypersonics, and draws on the huge expertise of Australia's largest Engineering faculty.