EUAFA

EUROPEAN AIR FORCES ACADEMIES

The 22nd Edition of the International Conference AFASES 2020

SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH AND EDUCATION
IN THE AIR FORCE

MAY 28 - 30, 2020
Conference main purpose: AFASES is a scientific event of reference for the research in the Romanian Air Force, focused on military sciences domain. AFASES conference has reached its 22nd edition. AFASES 2020 is organized under the patronage of the European Air Force Academies (EUAFA). AFASES 2020 is organized to disseminate the academic research of the participants and to indentify the most appropriate ways to spread, promote and render the academic research results.
Event structure: AFASES 2020 will be structured in three parts: plenary opening; scientific papers presentations on panels; socializing events. AFASES 2020 program will be provided later.
Panels / Topics
  • Military Sciences
  • Airspace Security Systems & Cyber Defence
  • Fundamental Sciences & Engineering
  • Meteorology & Applied Climatology
  • Operational Medicine
Participants: We welcome the participation of professors, researchers, PhD students and practitioners, from Romania and abroad.
Venue: ‘HENRI COANDĂ’ AIR FORCE ACADEMY, 160 Mihai Viteazul St., 500183 BRAȘOV, ROMÂNIA
Deadlines:
  • Submission of papers for review – April 27th, 2020. All papers will be uploaded onto the platform of the conference webpage: http://www.afahc.ro/ro/afases.html
  • Notification of paper acceptance – May 11th , 2020.
  • Confirmation of payment fee – May 18th , 2020.
  • Submission of camera-ready papers – June 8th , 2020.
General Information: Each author has the right to submit maximum 2 (two) papers. Papers will be written in English, based on template. All the scientific papers will be peer-reviewed by the members of the scientific committee. The best papers will be rewarded and published.
Contacts / Secretariat Conference

Commandant’s Conference

In 1993 the European Air Chiefs Conference (EURAC) was established with the main objective finding new methods of study and co-operation among European Air Forces – within and out of NATO. In this context a considerable importance has been given for a common vision in the ways of education and formation of future officers

Consequently the European Air Force Academies (EUAFA) Commanders’ Conference has been established as a forum of experts in order to exchange information, co-operate and identify areas of common interest to carry out activities, with the largest possible participation of all the member nations, in the field of officer education and training.

EUAFA mission is to encourage mutual education through the sharing of information on officer training by promoting academic and military exchanges concerning cadet and instructor training.

The (EUAFA) Commandants’ Conference comprises of the Commandants of the Air Force Academies of the following European countries:

AUSTRIA, BELGIUM, CZECH REPUBLIK, DENMARK, FINLAND, FRANCE, GERMANY, GREECE, HUNGARY, IRELAND, ITALY, NETHERLANDS, NORWAY, POLAND, PORTUGAL, ROMANIA, SPAIN, SWEDEN, SWITZERLAND, TURKEY, UNITED KINGDOM.

The members of the conference annually elect a Chairman, who is responsible for the preparation of the meetings and who acts as Point of Contact (POC) for all members.

The Chairman, who is appointed for one year for the period between two Commandants’ Conferences, is the Commandant (or his representative) of the Academy that is designated to host the conference at the end of his term.

Experts’ Working Group

In order to find common elements within the syllabi of the EUAFAs a Working Group was established in 1998. The ultimate goal was to identify portions of the individual training and education programs that might be suitable for common training and/or mutual exchanges

The EUAFA Working Group is responsible for the following tasks: view the member nations syllabi and focus on common fields within which to provide a basis for future co-operation in training and cadet exchanges; gather, update and disseminate the Databank (available at the website, and updated by the appropriate Working Group member) containing:

  • An overview of educational systems.
  • The structure organisational diagram of each participating country.
  • The educational syllabus of each academy.
  • The pilot education, training and timeframes in each academy.

In order to achieve a better understanding regarding main areas of training in each country’s officer training syllabus and from which common areas of interest could be found:

  • Discuss and prepare agenda items for the following EUAFA Commandants’ Conference
  • Present the findings of the Working Group Meeting including proposals for future activities to the following EUAFA Commandants’ Conference
 
Copyright © AFAHC.RO 2019