The European Aeronautics Science Network (EASN) is the Association of the European Academia active in Aeronautics research. The main objective of EASN is to support the development of new knowledge, innovation, and breakthrough technologies through fundamental research in Aeronautics. The long-term goal of EASN is to develop an open, unique European platform in order to structure, support, and upgrade the research activities of the European Aeronautics Universities and to facilitate them to respond to their key role within the European Aeronautical Research Community. It represents the European Academia in ACARE and other EU forums and committees. EASN currently has more than 320 registered active members, including individuals, university labs, universities, and other organizations, through which it can network with more than 10,000 academic staff, researchers, and scientists throughout Europe. Furthermore, EASN has agreements with industrial and SME groups and organizations for the dissemination and exploitation of knowledge and research-related information.
ROLE IN ORU-BOAS:
In the ORU-BOAS project, EASN-TIS leads the dissemination and communication activities. They diffuse the project itself and its outcomes, by spreading the knowledge incubated within the project to a wide audience from all sectors such as the Industry, SMEs, Academia, and research establishments, while at the same time not failing to reach the wider public throughout Europe.