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Interview with Nicola Cimmino, AS Napoli

“EUROAVIA has definitely influenced my attitude towards people”, says Nicola Cimmino, former IB member twice, who self-declared as a passionate about EUROAVIA. 

Nicola graduated from both, bachelor and master studies, in Aerospace Engineering at the University of Naples “Federico II” in Italy. During that period, he managed to complete an Erasmus programme in Spain and an internship in Ireland, experiences that allowed him to discover new countries, cultures and, as he remarks, friendly and warm people that made him fall in love with those countries, especially Spain. Right now, he’s working at the same University on a project related to satellites collision! 


News from AS Napoli

"How we can do the best?" The query that mind-boggles our minds every day. How to transmit our principles, energy, confidence, our closeness to our members throughout a monitor? It is difficult, but not impossible.


News from AS Pisa - Virgo Interferometer visit

Not even a pandemic can hold AS Pisa down!

Many cities in Italy are currently quarantined, and Pisa makes no exception. Nevertheless, last November we had a chance to visit the Virgo Interferometer... without leaving our homes!Researchers Valerio Boschi and Elena Fiori gave us an interesting introduction on gravitational waves and guided us in a virtual trip just outside Pisa, in the very building where the magic happens.


News from AS Forlì-Bologna

As the pandemic is challenging everyone, keeping us from meeting at the university or getting in touch with each other through local and international events, we, AS Forlì-Bologna, have started a new cycle of Online Conference Calls to entertain our members while teaching them about interesting aerospace topics.


Interview with Bianca Moldovanu, AS Bucharest

"Although there are many good qualities to point out about EUROAVIA, the people are the best part because they are actually what is all about. Connections between people are impactful and long-lasting" - says Bianca Moldovanu, a PhD student from AS Bucharest and Development Engineer at High Performance Structures Romania, a space technology company.


News from Napoli

"Crazy busy" is not an idiom that we love to use. It's easy to discover the reasons behind it. More and more medicians teach that give a "color code" to things helps people in giving priority: red indicates the Emergency, it will be handle quickly; orange is less time-sensitive than the red code; green is an Emergency you can take care of when you are free. The last code I think is the most important: white indicates that there's nothing you can do so you must let it go. When you approach whit this reading-key, you can identify the Association Priority.


Quarantine Diaries: AS Napoli

Quarantine is the new search for ourselves. You see, there is only one universal principle: "life is too short to waste time." EUROAVIA shell is responsible to spread the aerospace culture in every way. Thanks to technology, we can break down the wall and be near to our members, in this terrible period of our life.


AMEAC 2019, Lisbon

Every year the EUROAVIA community gathers to discuss and decide the most important aspects regarding our association in an event called AMEAC- Annual Meeting of the EUROAVIA Congress.

 This year’s destination was no other than the beautiful and vibrant capital of Portugal and AS Lisboa’s  organization was undoubtedly without blemish.

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