Nottingham University

EAG and UoN create electric propulsion systems joint venture

The Electric Aviation Group (EAG) and the University of Nottingham (UoN) have confirmed their intention to create Hydrogen Hybrid Electric Propulsion Systems (H2EPS), a Joint Venture to develop and commercialise kW-MW class electric propulsion systems (superconducting and non-superconducting) for aerospace and non-aerospace applications.
7 months ago

New opportunities strengthen University’s post-Brexit Europe position

The University of Nottingham is set to capitalise on exciting opportunities offered by a post-Brexit future to strengthen research, teaching and innovation relationships with European partners and solidify its position as a leading collaborator with the region’s aviation sector.
2 years ago

Far-flung robotic repair

In this Q&A session with Ed Hill, Professor Dragos Axinte from the University of Nottingham Rolls-Royce University Technology Centre, discusses the development of robotics to remotely repair jet engines.
2 years ago

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