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  • August 24, 2023 09:06 | Deleted user

    Join us from November 14-16, 2023 for the Premier Aerospace Event of the Year and Present Your Research!

    Get ready for the aerospace event of the year! CASI AERO 2023 - the premier conference uniting experts, visionaries and enthusiasts will be happening this November at the Brookstreet Hotel in Ottawa, ON. Here's a peek of what is in store:

    Exploring New Horizons:

    CASI AERO 2023 is your ticket to the future of aerospace. With a diverse program featuring global experts, you'll dive into emerging industry trends. It's a must-attend for professionals, academics and enthusiasts alike. 

    Gala Awards Dinner:

    Highlighting the conference is the Gala Awards Dinner on November 15th at the Brookstreet Hotel. Join us to celebrate the achievements of Canadian aerospace leaders. It's a night of recognition and inspiration. 

    Call for Papers: Share Your Insights!

    Are you a researcher or thought leader in the aerospace field? CASI AERO 2023 invites you to submit your abstracts. This is your chance to share your insights and research with a diverse audience. Please submit yours today!

    Key Dates:

    • Abstract Submission Deadline: Sept. 8, 2023
    • Early Registration Ends: Oct. 16, 2023
    • AERO 2023 Conference: Nov. 14-16, 2023

    Sponsorship Opportunities:

    Elevate your brand's impact by becoming a sponsor. Showcase your commitment to aerospace excellence and gain exclusive benefits. From branding exposure to networking, our packages offer unique advantages for every budget.

    Easy Registration:

    Secure your spot hassle-free. Register online for instant confirmation and take advantage of early bird rates. Registration coming soon...


    Prepare to shape the future of aerospace in Ottawa. CASI AERO 2023 is your gateway to immersive learning, valuable connections and the limitless possibilities of aerospace innovation. 

    For details, abstract submission and registration, please visit here. Don't miss this opportunity to join the aerospace evolution as a visionary or a sponsor!

  • August 15, 2023 08:58 | Deleted user

    We’re saddened to share that Sheldon Benner, a dedicated member of the Canadian Aviation Historical Society (CAHS), passed away on August 4, 2023. He was a passionate advocate for aviation history and served as the President of CAHS Toronto Chapter for a long time.  

    Sheldon’s journey started in Fort Erie, Ontario, where his fascination with airplanes began. He captured moments in aviation history and contributed to preserving our rich heritage. 

    His impact stretched over six decades, holding various roles within CAHS. He was a respected leader and earned admiration for his role as President of the Toronto Chapter, as well as being a dedicated CASI member since 1958. 

    Beyond aviation, Sheldon’s presence was felt in his community involvement and dedicated leadership. He will be deeply missed by his colleagues, friends and extended family. Sheldon’s love for the skies and contributions will forever be remembered.  

    Sheldon Benner at a CAHS National Event in 1982

  • April 06, 2023 08:02 | Todd Legault (Administrator)

    Canadian Space Agency (CSA) astronaut Col (RCAF) Jeremy Hansen has been named as the first Canadian assigned to fly a deep space mission, part of NASA’s Artemis II crewed test flight to the Moon. The lunar fly-past mission is currently scheduled to launch from Florida’s Kennedy Space Center in November 2024.

    Hansen has been assigned as mission specialist 2 and is proceeding with early-stage preparations alongside three American crewmates — Capt (U.S. Navy) Reid Wiseman will be flying in the role of commander, Capt (U.S. Navy) Victor Glover in the role of pilot, and NASA astronaut Christina Koch in the role of mission specialist 1.

    While Hansen has provided critical support to dozens of international missions and on-orbit projects since first donning the classic blue flight suit of the astronaut corps, Artemis II will be his first flight to the stars. He was selected as an astronaut candidate in 2009, part of Canada’s third recruitment campaign. Through a rigorous, multi-month evaluation phase, he and David Saint-Jacques were identified to be strongest from a pool of over 5,300 applicants. Saint-Jacques flew to the International Space Station (ISS) in the role of flight engineer on Expeditions 57, 58, and 59.

    Read the full article at Skies Magazine...

  • March 30, 2023 11:45 | Todd Legault (Administrator)

    Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing

    Publishes research on remote sensing, including sensor development and advances in applications in ecology, hydrology, geology, and environmental science.

    The Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing is accepting submissions for the following Special Article Collections:


    Article Collection: Technological Advancements in Urban Remote Sensing

    Article Collection: Remote Sensing Applications in Support of Sustainability and Risk Mitigation in Agriculture

    Article Collection: Remote Sensing of Leaf Chlorophyll Content: Advances, Challenges and Applications

  • March 23, 2023 12:31 | Deleted user

    [English Follows]

    L’Agence spatiale canadienne (ASC) a le plaisir d’annoncer une nouvelle opportunité de financement pour permettre aux étudiants au niveau post-secondaire de participer à des conférences et des activités de formation dans le domaine spatial. Cet Avis d’offre de participation (AOP) comprend deux volets : un volet pour des conférences, ateliers et forums nationaux et internationaux sur l’espace et un autre volet pour des activités de formation offertes par l’Agence spatiale européenne (ESA). Les détails sur les conférences, événements et activités de formations admissibles se trouvent à l’annexe A et l’information sera mise à jour environ tous les 6 mois. La première date limite de soumission est le 11 avril, 2023 à 13 (HE).

    The Canadian Space Agency (CSA) is pleased to announce a new funding opportunity to enable post-secondary students to attend space conferences and training events. This Announcement of Opportunity (AO) has two streams: one stream for national or international space conferences, workshops and fora and another stream for European Space Agency (ESA) Education training activities. Details regarding the eligible conferences, events and training activities can be found in Appendix A and the information will be updated approximately every 6 months. The first application deadline date is April 11th, 2023 at 1:00 PM (ET).

  • March 17, 2023 13:27 | Deleted user

    Society of Experimental Test Pilots

    Canadian Section Symposium
    Call for Papers

    The CASI Flight Test and Flight Operations (FT&FO) Section is pleased to share a call for papers issued by the Canadian Section of The Society of Experimental Test Pilots (SETP) for their Symposium to be held in Ottawa, Ontario on June 7, 2023. CASI Members are encouraged to save the date and consider attending the Symposium. Registration details will be published and shared in due course.

    SETP Canada and CASI FT&FO share similar interests. The format of the SETP Symposium is presentations only, whereas CASI accepts papers for publication in the CASI Journal.

    CASI members are therefore encouraged to submit presentations here


    The Third Annual Canadian Section Symposium will be held on 7 June 2023 at the Hilton Garden Inn Ottawa Airport, 2400 Alert Rd, Ottawa, Ontario. This year’s Symposium Chairman is Perry Comeau (AF), National Research Council for Canada.

    This is an official call for papers. Each technical presentation is given a 30-minute slot (25 minutes for the technical presentation and 5 minutes for questions from the audience). No proceedings will be published for this Symposium, therefore formal written papers are not required.

    Those interested in presenting should submit an abstract by 11 April 2023 to: Tammy@setp.org 

  • January 31, 2023 11:20 | Deleted user

    CASI Associate Fellow Dr. Bishnujee Singh is featured in the Limca Book of Records 2023 Edition as the First Chartered Scientist in Aviation: WR (World Record) published by Hatchet India, Limca Book of Records owned by Coca-Cola.

    Provided by Dr. Singh

  • December 09, 2022 11:30 | Todd Legault (Administrator)

    Technological Advancements in Urban Remote Sensing

    The continued unprecedented development and growth in the urban population has placed an emphasis on many aspects, such as environmental impact, sustainable development, and public services. Currently, urban environments around the world are actively involved in obtaining solutions to improve inhabitants’ quality of life as well as enrich the use of city infrastructure and resources while reducing the operational costs to do so. Urban remote sensing plays a vital role in the ability to map, monitor and control infrastructure. Benefiting from data-driven, model-driven or hybrid approaches, remote sensing can contribute significantly to future urban planning and management. Variant sensors mounted on mobile, airborne, and satellite platforms, along with devices with IoT capabilities, are required for effective coordination and control of urban infrastructure.

    Urban remote sensing had its origins decades ago. However, the changes in technological advancements in sensors and methods, along with a considerable amount of data provided on a daily basis, give rise to the opportunity to investigate novel avenues of research in this area. Technological advancements in this field include improvements in imaging sensors as well as data processing methods, including learning systems (artificial intelligence and machine learning).

    This updated collection of articles will drive the next generation of urban remote sensing. Submissions on the following sub-topics are encouraged:

    • Advances in remote sensor Big Data analytics for urban environments and Smart Cities
    • Frontiers in security, privacy, and trust in sensor-based urban environments and IoT
    • Machine Learning and AI Techniques in urban Remote Sensing
    • Change detection in urban areas using multi-sensor solutions
    • 3D modelling of urban infrastructure and urban Digital Twins
    • Multi-modal mapping systems and their applications in urban areas
    • Application of imagery data from novel Remote Sensing sensors or platforms for urban land information extraction


  • December 06, 2022 12:15 | Deleted user

    DRDC invites you to its 2022 outreach event on Monday, December 12 from 1 to 3 p.m. ET. This two-hour virtual event will provide you with the information you need to build a successful partnership with Canada’s leading defence science organization. 

    At this event, you will:

    To register please visit here to fill out the form. 


    RDDC vous invite à son événement de sensibilisation de 2022, le lundi 12 décembre de 13 h à 15 h (heure de l’est). Cet événement virtuel de deux heures vous donnera l’information nécessaire pour établir un partenariat fructueux avec la principale organisation scientifique de la Défense du Canada.

    Au cours de cet événement :

    Pour vous inscrire, veuillez remplir le formulaire suivant afin de recevoir le lien pour la réunion sur MS Teams.

  • November 21, 2022 09:51 | Deleted user

    The International Astronautical Federation (IAF) is pleased to announce its 2023 IAF Emerging Space Leaders (ESL) Grant Programme that provides opportunities for students and young professionals to participate in the annual International Astronautical Congress.
    The young people selected to take part in the 2023 IAF Emerging Space Leaders Grant Programme will participate in the 74th International Astronautical Congress (IAC) scheduled to take place in Baku, Azerbaijan from 2 - 6 October 2023. The individuals selected will also participate in other activities held the week prior to and during the Congress such as the UN/IAF Workshop or the Space Generation Congress (SGC) and the Cross-Cultural Communications and Presentation Workshop. Please note that only a few selected Emerging Space Leaders will be able to participate in the 2023 Space Generation Congress. To be considered as a possible Space Generation Congress participant, please fill out the SGC Delegates Application Form available on the SGAC website. The selection will be made following the SGC delegates selection criteria available on the SGAC website.

    Students and Young Professionals between the ages of 21 and 35 on 1 January 2023 with space-related career interests are encouraged to apply for the programme. Up to thirty students and young professionals will be selected by the IAF to participate in the 2023 programme.

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