Canadian Aeronautics and Space Institute
Institut aéronautique et spatial du Canada
May 14-16, 2019 | Hotel Sheraton Laval, QC
Please note that the Preliminary Program is subject to change - consult the Last Revised date below to see if any saved/downloaded/printed copies you may have are still relevant.
Last Revised: April 18, 2019
While Abstract Submission is formally closed, you are still able to submit an abstract which will be added to a waiting list, but we cannot guarantee a spot in the Final Program at this late date. Submit a late abstract now
|April 12||Abstracts (1000 words) for Student Awards Submissions due|
|April 18||Early Registration closes|
|May 03||Notification of Student Award Finalists|
|May 16||Special Hotel Rate expires|
|June 14||Full papers/extended abstracts (optional) due|
Early-bird pricing has been extended to April 18, 2019.
Online Registration Fees include 5% GST and payment must accompany your registration. Please check your email for confirmation once you have registered.
If you are unable to register online, please request an alternate registration form.
Special Hotel Rate Extended - Don't Delay!
The Sheraton Laval is offering a special AERO 2019 Conference rate of $169 CAD/night, ending Thursday, May 16. If you would like to extend your stay or to book a different room type, you can contact the Hotel directly at 1-450-687-2440 or 1-800-667-2440.
If you would like to become an event sponsor, or would like to setup an exhibit booth during AERO, please consult the Sponsor/Exhibitor Prospectus
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Are you a CASI Junior Member who would like to volunteer during AERO 2019? If so, please click here to let us know. Volunteers generally spend about half the conference ‘on the job’ while the rest of their time is free. Registration fees are waived for volunteering and tasks may include assisting with registration/administration activities, monitoring sessions, and performing odd jobs and errands. Our volunteer organizer tries to match the personal interests of students with the sessions they are assigned to monitor.