EADS signs cooperation agreement with Russian partners

  • 03-Sep-2009 02:56 EDT

EADS has signed a long-term partnership agreement with the Russian Academy of Sciences and the St. Petersburg State Polytechnic University (SPb SPU) for cooperation related to research and technology (R&T). The parties will jointly identify specific R&T projects to be fulfilled for EADS in areas such as advanced simulation capabilities, virtual testing, flight physics, structure, and noise reduction. Specific projects will be proposed by a new research council that will be created in the framework of this agreement. In 2003, EADS established a Russian Technology Office to facilitate cooperation with the Russian research and development community.

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