Central European Aeronautical Research Network

CEARES NET was a support action funded under the 7th Framework Programme of the European Commission. The main aim of the project was to help to enable the Central European aeronautical research establishments, universities and companies to cooperate with each other and to integrate more to the European research arena. This objective achieved via two workshops held in Central Europe to enable many local experts to participate.

The organisers relayed on the CEARES Network, set up during the CEARES Project (FP7 1st of April 2008 till 31st of March 2010).

The organisers took the advantage of the contact data base of the former CEARES project and expected a wide interest for the workshops. The outcome of the project was new co-operation within the region and also between Central Europe and other European regions. The events were facilitating research co-operation in general, common project proposals with increased Central and Eastern European participation for the upcoming calls and other research programmes.

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