Collaboration with universities that fosters and encourages talent as well as innovative technologies is part of both the GE and Avio Aero DNA, as it is witnessed by this story of mutual discovery.
The launch event of the association devoted to promoting STEM disciplines-based university courses and careers took place in Turin, chaired by the Avio Aero HR Director.
Avio Aero's People with Disability Network kicks off, hosting a special guest who’s full of energy and a role model of very successful disabled entrepreneur and globetrotter.
It is not just a coincidence that the professional DNA of some aircraft engines’ service specialists is enhanced with operational expertise in the field of motorcycling.
After the Clean Sky 2 conference, attention lands on one of the most advanced and ambitious projects that shortly will take some results to flight and that promises new developments.
The Clean Sky2 conference looks at the upcoming challenges, at aeronautical innovations which enable sustainable development and a future with lower environmental impact.
Students, professors and Avio Aero engineers starring the new courses designed between the company and the University: amongst soft skills, jobs of the future and revolutionary technologies.
A group of Mexican GE engineers, national institutions, university professors and researchers touring Europe to see first-hand technological wonders and enjoy the network effect.
After 10 years since its birth, how the first Avio Aero laboratory at the Politecnico di Torino for future aero engine transformed itself, thanks to digital and additive.
The synergy between the company, region and universities enables achieving goals for development and growth in aeronautical engineering while the world is constantly evolving.
R&D projects for both the future aircraft and the engines seen up-close by who’s leading them, as well as by who’s working on design and cutting-edge technologies.
This innovative partnership helps new ideas and talented engineers take flight.
Two aircraft of the future and their innovative engine architectures described by members of the European network of technological collaboration which is already conceiving them.
The new university course dedicated to advanced manufacturing has started in one of the best engineering school worldwide, it will take students into the industries of the future.
The new partnership with the Polytechnic University of Turin for a special Master’s degree, called Manufacturing 4.0, on the industrial production systems of the future.
Inside one of Tuscany’s most amazing natural park, a partnered lab with University of Pisa sets the foundations for ecofriendly power gearboxes.
Engineering team from Avio Aero awarded for their sharp contributions to Europe’s ecofriendly future engines.
A new lab dedicated to Combustion & Heat Transfer is born, thanks to the partnership between Avio Aero and the University of Florence.
An European research project that is heavily inspired by ecology and advanced manufacturing technologies.
The new additive laboratory created by Avio Aero and Polytechnic of Turin to optimize and develop the industrial technology of the future.
Our engineers at the international conference to compete and innovate processes through statistics.
Four days at the Polytechnic of Milan, among top experts and major players in the global helicopter sector, to talk about innovation and testing.
Discover an important research project introducing a small but great combustor, with a European heart.
The Alternanza Scuola-Lavoro project, or Study and Work Alternation project, comes to Avio Aero again this year… as described through the students’ words.
Avio Aero and the Polytechnic of Turin undertake a joint restyling project, but this time dealing with future designers and architect.
Avio Aero played host to the Large Passenger Aircraft Annual Review Meeting, in order to share and monitor the development of technology for the aircraft that will be flying in coming decades.
Take-off for Avio Aero and ManpowerGroup project that flies into the future.
The agreement between Avio Aero and 7 Italian Universities has been signed: more collaboration and outstanding skills serving technological innovation.