Project partners

Kingston University (London, UK)


KUL is the applicant and Lead partner, responsible for managing the project in a timely and effective way by ensuring that synergy is established between participating HEIs. It will use its academic experience to assist the partner HEIs to develop their programme and build capacity by hosting the study tour, staff mobilities, train the trainers programmes, student mobilities and quality assurance.

 


 

Sapienza University (Rome, Italy)


UNIROMA plays and important role in enhancing the knowledge and competences of the partner HEIs covering issues relevant to flight safety with an additional dimension of experience in best practice programmes through participation in the Pegasus association. It will assist in building capacity by hosting the study tour, staff mobilities, train the trainers programmes and student mobilities.

 


 

Universitat Politècnica de València (València, Spain)


UPV plays an important role in enhancing the knowledge and competences of the partner HEIs in the use of data monitoring and analysis as a driver of change in evidence based, pro-active safety systems and in driving the change that is necessary both to establish a strong and coherent trans-disciplinary programme in line with modern best practice.

 


 

National University of Uzbekistan (Tashkent, Uzbekistan)


NUUz is Uzbekistan’s most advanced HEI in the field of education technology and will play an important role in the use and development of new training methods, in the development of curricula and short courses, the organization of the working groups, the production of the relevant teaching materials and the launch of the courses. It will participate in dissemination activities.

 


 

Tashkent State Technical University (Tashkent, Uzbekistan)


TSTU is responsible for coordinating the work of the Uzbek HEIs in the project and in gaining stakeholder support in the country, with input into the programmes covering aircraft servicing, construction, airport services. It plays a key role in involving stakeholders in the project and in dissemination activities.

 


 

Ulyanovsk Civil Aviation Institute (Ulyanovsk , Russia)


UVAU is responsible for coordinating the work of the Russian HEIs in the project, and as one of Russia’s leading centres for the training of pilots and flight crew, its input into courses will cover areas such as human factors, man/machine interface, aviation safety management, aircraft accident investigation, training, aviation medicine. It plays a key role in involving stakeholders in the project and in dissemination activities.

 


 

Samara State Aerospace University (Samara, Russia)


SSAU as one of Russia’s leading centres for the training of engineers and service crew will provide input into courses to cover areas such as man/machine interface, safety assessment of aircraft and systems, aviation maintenance and repair, aircraft design and manufacture. It plays a key role in involving stakeholders in the project and in dissemination activities.

 


 

National Research University "MPEI" (Moscow, Russia)


MPEI plays an important role in involving stakeholders in the project, particularly in relation to Moscow based regulatory bodies, as a leading centre for training in flight safety systems, its input will include areas such as man/machine interface, safety assessment of aircraft and systems, aircraft design and manufacture and safety systems. It plays a key role in dissemination activities.

 


 

Far Eastern Federal University (Vladivostok, Russia)


DVFU is one of Russia’s most advanced HEIs in the field of education technology and its input will include the following areas: aircraft design, quality management, covering all aspects of airworthiness and flight safety. Partner plays a key role in the use and development of new methods of teaching in the program for the dissemination of new training programs.