You are invited to attend the Lunch Lecture from Lilium presented by a C&S Alumni Wouter Plaetinck on December 6th at 12:40 in Lecture Room A in the Faculty of Aerospace Engineering (maximum 75 in-person participants). The lunch lecture will also be streamed online (link provided once registered).
During this lunch lecture, Wouter will introduce participants to the world of flight test, how a flight test team operates and present Lilium’s current progress and future goals. At the end of the lecture, Wouter will be available for any additional questions you may have.
Lunch is provided free of charge for the in-person participants. The event is open to all, but priority for in-person participants is given to C&S students. Don’t hesitate to share the event with other aerospace enthusiasts!
Please note that the lunch lecture will also be broadcast online. Even if you intend to participate online, please register below in order to receive the link for the event.
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We hope to see you at the lunch lecture!
Lilium is creating a new mode of high-speed, regional transportation for people and goods. Using the Lilium Jet, an all-electric vertical take-off and landing jet, offering leading capacity, low noise and high performance with zero operating emissions, Lilium is accelerating the decarbonization of air travel. With planned launch networks announced in Germany, the United States and Brazil, commercial operations are projected to begin in 2024. Lilium’s 700+ strong team includes approximately 400 aerospace engineers and a leadership team responsible for delivering some of the most successful aircraft in aviation history. Founded in 2015, Lilium’s headquarters and manufacturing facilities are in Munich, Germany, with teams based across Europe and the U.S.