MAHEPA Autumn School: Challenges in greener aviation: the hybrid-electric solution

We would like to invite you to a MAHEPA Autumn School, which will be carried out from November 9th to 13th, 2020 at Delft University of Technology (TU Delft) in Delft, Netherlands.



Are you interested in learning about the future of more sustainable aviation from the leaders in electric flight?

Do you aspire to deepen your knowledge about practical challenges of hybrid-electric flight?

Do you want to discover the technology behind the most powerful hydrogen-powered aircraft ever?

Are you eager to give your contribution so that sustainable aircraft enter the market?


You will have the opportunity to learn from aeronautical and system engineering experts working in the MAHEPA project, plus the chance to visit ESA’s European Space Research and Technology Centre (ESTEC).








MSc and PhD students in aeronautical, mechanical, electrical, and other industrial engineering courses.



Daily programme is available here.



Fill out the following registration form.


After registering, applicants will receive a confirmation e-mail with prompt to send in:

  • CV (with personal information, preferably Europass CV);

  • transcript of records and degree certificate (with description of local grading system);

  • letter of recommendation, confirming mandatory skills for attending MAHEPA Autumn School, signed by a supervising professor;

  • a short motivation letter for participation (max. 1 page).



Submit your application by Tuesday, 30th June 2020.



Hostel Delft, Voldersgracht 17, Delft, Netherlands.








Applications will be evaluated by a committee following in the order in which they are received.

  • The number of participants is limited to 20 students, who will be selected according to predefined criteria.

  • The students will receive a confirmation e-mail with further information after the selection process is finished.

  • Participants will be provided with a Certificate of Completion of the MAHEPA Autumn School.

  • The participants shall comply with all the regulations applicable to the Delft University of Technology (TU Delft).

  • Participants are responsible for their own insurances (civil liability, accident and health insurance) during their stay at the Delft University of Technology (TU Delft).



Accommodation, meals and field trip costs will be covered by the MAHEPA Consortium.