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Interview with Lars Menzel

 “It is not possible to explain the wonderful experience you can have during an EUROAVIA International Event unless you live it yourself". This is the advice that Lars Menzel gives to all EUROAVIAns.

Since he was a kid, Lars has been amazed by the Space Shuttle that he defines as a “technical masterpiece”. This was an impulse that made him wanting to become an engineer that, one day, will work in the aerospace field helping to develop new strategies for the space exploration. Originally from the south of Germany, he carried out his studies in Mechanical Engineering at RTWH University in Aachen, Germany, specialising on “Simulations of Dynamics and Vibrations”. He’s currently doing his PhD in Braunschweig, also in Germany, in this same field of study, which will allow him to get a broad and deep view into how vibrations interact with diverse environments.


AS Napoli's February events

We began the month of February with the second episode of our series: #EANaChats.

This time the main themes were gender equality and the gender pay gap. The idea was born after some private messages between us and an international association: Women in Aerospace Europe, Local Group of Rome. The project requested more than a month of preparation, due to its complexity and the vastness of the argument.


A new partner: Valispace

EUROAVIA is extremely proud and happy to announce a new collaboration with a new partner: Valispace, the smart collaboration platform for engineers. We are truly honoured to have them as our partners because Valispace is widely employed by innovative leader companies in several engineering fields to keep their projects and missions under control. We are talking about companies such as Airbus, ESA, Momentus, ispace, etc.


AS Napoli January news

In December we didn’t have the opportunity to talk about our last event of the month: Tecnam Aircraft's webinar. They invited us as guests for the event which hit topics such as the innovations in technology that Tecnam brought into the aerospace field and the goals they managed to reach throughout the year.


Interview with Lisa Ribechini, AS Pisa

“The greatest mistake a student can make is to be afraid of taking responsibilities. It may seem difficult and strenuous but, when things work out thanks to your hard work and determination, the feeling of success and proudness powers you up to keep on going”, says Lisa Ribechini.

'Lisa from Pisa', as she is kindly known among EUROAVIAns, studied at the University of Pisa both for the bachelor and master’s degree, and graduated in November 2019 with a thesis on mission analysis, specifically on the development of a semi-automatic MATLAB tool for the deployment of a nanosatellites’ constellation.


News from AS Forlì-Bologna, with a special gift

This interminable year is finally coming to an end, and so are AS Forlì-Bologna’s events. We are currently preparing to do our best on the approaching exams and to begin organising new exciting events for next semester. While we wait for that moment to arrive, we would like to share the reports of our last two online conferences and our latest special project


2020: A EUROAVIA Odyssey - ETS WG

Nothing could describe the online training event “2020: A EUROAVIA Odyssey” better than these words from one of the participants: “There are some experiences that stay with you forever… This journey was one of those!”. Engaging training sessions, exciting moments shared with new friends from all over Europe, a physical event atmosphere, these are only a few of the successes of the Odyssey. 

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