PIANO explores how noise-cancelling tech can help silence tilt-rotors
28 September 2020
One of Clean Sky’s goals is to reduce noise from aircraft by 20-30%, and the PIANO project has taken up the challenge.
CARING project scoops Horizon Impact Award 2020 with eco-software SkyBreathe®
23 September 2020
What if there was a technology that helped airlines to calculate the best fuel-saving practices? Could fuel consumption be reduced by just a few tweaks?
Changing Gear: Clean Sky electrifies aircraft landing gear systems for more sustainable and quicker turnarounds
22 September 2020
Clean Sky 2’s Advanced Landing Gears project focuses on the electrification of landing gears.
Lift-off for ALVAR – controlling air flow using suction systems
14 September 2020
Reducing turbulent air flow over wing and tail surfaces of aircraft is vital to achieve safe, efficient flight that minimises fuel consumption.
Electrifying propellers with PROPCONEL
09 September 2020
The propeller is a vital part of aircraft. It was probably the ancient Chinese who first came up with the concept – evidence suggests that Chinese children played with “helicopter toys” made from bamboo as far back as 400BC.
Clean Sky in the spotlight at 10th EASN Conference
04 September 2020
Clean Sky’s Executive Director Axel Krein gave an insight into the future of the programme at the 10th EASN International Conference, which took place
Registration for PhD Awards ceremony is now open!
02 September 2020
Join us at an online prize-giving ceremony on October 6 at 14:15, with European Commissioner Mariya Gabriel as keynote speaker.
New call for ideas for clean aviation partnerships
27 August 2020
The European Commission opened a Call for Expressions of Ideas/Potential Members (CEI) on 26 August, open to interested technology stakeholders with transformative ideas or concepts in the field of
All-SME consortium tackles specialised flight test instrumentation for RACER
17 August 2020
On 22 June 2020, the SMART-FTI project kicked off during an online video conference in line with COVID-19 requirements.