"SUNJET II

SUstainable Network for Japan-Europe aerospace research and Technology cooperation II"

What we do

SUNJET II aims at enhancing the relations between Europe and Japan in research and technology activities related to aviation and is expected to open new application domains for future aeronautics EU-Japan cooperation agreements, aiming at EU-Japan compatibility, better interfacing and paving the road for common regulations, rules and procedures as well as the use of interfaced or common subsystems, equipment and tools.

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Who we are

SUNJET II consortium consists of 7 partners with long experience in cooperation with Japan through various joint projects, which build on a long experience of institutional partnerships. By the nature of their organizations the partners are intrinsically complementary. The consortium will, also, be working in close cooperation and supported by Japanese mirror organizations.

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The Collaboration Platform

The SUNJET II collaboration platform provides the search tools to identify suitable partners and sets the environment to facilitate partners’ collaboration and communication. The platform, also, incorporates the Guidance Desk, providing guidance material collected from partners involved in EU-Japan projects and the Technological roadmaps presenting proposed common roadmaps for future EU-Japan cooperation.

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Our latest news

SUNJET II successfully organized the SUNJET II Forum on “Europe-Japan Cooperation in the domain...

The overall SUNJET II project goals as well as the first set of recommendations suggested by the...

The SUNJET II consortium successfully conducted a project meeting on the 1st of June 2016 at DLR...

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 640480

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The consortium is working in close cooperation and supported by Japanese mirror organizations, including the Society of Japanese Aerospace Companies (SJAC), the Japan Aircraft Development Corporation (JADC), the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), the University of Tokyo and Chubu Aerospace Industry and Technology Center (C-ASTEC).

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