Future and Beyond 2022 Edition

The 2022 Edition took place from the 13th to the 15th of September. During the event students and companies of the aerospace world could come together to get to know each other and exchange ideas.
The event’s schedule was:


Day 1 – Soft Skills Trainings

Focused on the students future, these trainings shall lead students to have a more successful job interview and improve their CV, among others. The trainings will be delivered by the EUROAVIA Training System and external trainers from companies and other organizations.

Collaborating in the event by providing a soft skills trainer implies a free invitation for your company to the Roundtables.


Day 2 – Roundtables

Students and companies will be both able to contact directly with each other. By participating in this activity, you can improve your network, talk with another company’s representative, share ideas, and take advantage of a presentation (30 minutes) and a Q&A session (15 minutes).


Day 3 – B2B & B2S Meetings

During the third day, there will be meetings held between companies (Business to Business. There, your company can share its projects and work, improve its network, discover other interesting projects, and find endless collaboration and partnership possibilities

You will also have the possibility of joining other 1-to-1 meetings, this time between students and companies’ representatives (Business to Student. It is a great opportunity to discuss with young people with fresh ideas, teach the company’s goals and explain the possibilities inside the job market.


This Edition was only possible thanks to the companies listed below:

Alter Technology


ALTER TECHNOLOGY is the leading provider of micro and optoelectronics services in engineering, procurement, assembly, and test in space and harsh environment sectors. The company develops and offers complete turn-key solutions covering front-end engineering test, wafer and dice probing and final test, as well as wafer sawing, packaging, and assembly. The services also extend to equipment and systems testing and certification in fields like small satellites, drones, security, transport, nuclear, etc. 




For more than 50 years, Ansys engineering simulation software has enabled innovators across industries to push boundaries using the predictive power of simulation. The next great leaps in human advancement will be powered by Ansys.  assembly. The services also extend to equipment and systems.




Antigravity S.L. is an spanishbased company whose main activities include R&D in the aeronautical and aerospace sector. 




At ATEXIS, we are more than 1,000 employees located in Spain, France and India and we are part of the ALTEN group. We innovate to make possible a more sustainable and safer technology for the future of society. To do this, we design, develop and carry out the operation and maintenance of complex systems, such as aircraft, ships, helicopters, trains… with the aim of making them more durable and optimizing the cost of their life cycle. In addition, we have diversified our domains towards training adapted to the latest technologies and software development, which has allowed us to reach beyond our traditional markets. 


In Spain, we have the professionalism, energy and talent of more than 400 employees, located at our headquarters in Seville, Madrid and Albacete. At ATEXIS, every day is a new challenge that requires us to have the best talent. That’s why we want to count on you!


We are looking for you! 

Start your professional career in an environment where technology and talent go hand in hand. 

We open the doors of ATEXIS to students in their final year of Engineering, mainly Aerospace, Electronics, Computer Science and Industrial, who want to carry out extracurricular internships or to recent graduates who are looking for their first job. 

What do we offer you? 

An international, diverse, inspiring and inclusive work environment, where you will be the protagonist. We will accompany and support you during your professional development, from the period of adaptation to the company and initial training, and we offer you the possibility of continuing with us once you finish your internship. 

Job positions 

Training Content Developer, Simulation Maintenance Engineer, Documentation Engineer, Data Scientist, Full Stack Developer, Programmer, IT Support, Project Management Officer. 

Internship conditions

6 months (600 hours), 25 hours/week, paid internships (€410 Bachelor’s degree/€450 Master’s degree). Location Seville. 

Talk later? Contact our Recruiters Luisa Baena, Andrea Nieto, Elise Barbe and Rita Folgore. You can do it through E-mail: recruitment.sp@atexis.eu or LinkedIn. 




Deimos Space SRL (DMR) is a Romanian company that develops software and hardware solutions for the aerospace industry. DMR was founded in October 2013 and it is part of the Deimos Space group, which comprises five companies located in several European countries. 


DMR has a wide experience in the European space industry, mastering diverse areas such as atmospheric flight mission analysis, end-of-life re-entry analysis, guidance, navigation & control, onboard software, and ground segment as a result of the involvement in multiple ESA activities in the field of earth observation, space transportation, generic technologies and techniques, space safety and exploration.  


Careers | EASA (europa.eu) 

EASA European Aviation Safety Agency



The European Aviation Safety Agency EASA is an Agency the European Union. Its mission is to promote the highest common standards of safety and environmental protection in civil aviation. It monitors the implementation of standards through inspections in its Member States and provides the necessary technical expertise, training and research.  

The main tasks of the Agency include, but are not limited to:  

  • Rulemaking: drafting aviation safety legislation and providing technical advice to the European Commission and to the Member States;
  • Inspections, training and standardisation programmes to ensure uniform implementation of European aviation safety legislation in all Member States;  
  • Safety and environmental type-certification of aircraft, engines and parts;  
  • Approval of aircraft design organisations world-wide as and of production and maintenance organisations outside the EU;  
  • Data collection, analysis and research to improve aviation safety. 


Do you want to be the part of the future of aviation?. It starts here! 

Careers | EASA (europa.eu) 




Make your first professional experience unforgettable & support European aviation at EUROCONTROL in one of the various Air Traffic Management & Technological domains. Our expertise spans research, development, environmental sustainability, operations and performance monitoring related to Air Traffic Management (ATM) services, operations and systems.  

Established in 1960 and headquartered in Brussels, EUROCONTROL is an intergovernmental organisation with 41 Member States and 2 Special Agreement States. As a technical organisation supporting European aviation, we are committed to building, together with our partners, a Single European Sky and the associated systems and services to deliver the air traffic management (ATM) performance required for the twenty-first century and beyond. 

Our staff is made up of over 1,800 professionals, spread over four sites (Brussels, Maastricht, Brétigny and Luxembourg), deploying their expertise to optimise the network’s Air Traffic Management and tackle the associated technological and environmental challenges. 


We are always on the lookout for dynamic and enthusiastic trainees in: 

  • Air Traffic Management domains: Aeronautical Engineering, Air Transport Research and Innovation, Air Traffic Flow Management Operations, Airspace Design, Airports Management, Aviation Sustainability, Air Traffic Control, Air Traffic Management Project Management, Aeronautical Data Management, etc. 
  • Technological domains: Business Analysis, Cloud, Cyber Security, Data Modelling, Data Sciences, Computer Sciences, Enterprise Architecture, IA, Information Technology, Release Management, Security Architecture, Software Development, Systems Testing and Validation, etc. 
  • Administrative domains: Business Administration and Management Assistance; Finance, Economics and Accounting; Law; Communication and Marketing etc. 


More info available in: https://www.eurocontrol.int/about-us 

Flying Basket



FlyingBasket is a drone manufacturer specializing in heavy-payload cargo drones. Over the last seven years of activity, from prototyping to production, the matured expertise converges into the FB3 cargo drone. Developed according to safety and regulation compliance this heavy-lift drone is at the top of its category in terms of quality and capability. With 8 rotors and a 100kg payload capability, it’s used to lift and transport goods, materials, and equipment in different applications and environments. Designed to replace helicopters or cranes for lifting and transportation the FB3 drone is operated exclusively by our experienced pilot to provide our customers with drone services that are efficient, sustainable, and safe. 

GKN Fokker Engineering Romania (FER)



Founded in 2004, Bucharest (Romania), GKN Fokker Engineering Romania supports the business with all Aerospace Engineering tasks needed. They serve the complete Aircraft Design & Development Life Cycle from Proposal to Concept, from Production assistance to In-Flight Support.

More details:

  • 50+ best-in-class MSc Aerospace Engineers
  • On average 8 years of experience in the company
  • Integral part of the GKN Fokker Design Organization
    (ISO9001, AP1020, EN/AS9100 certified)
  • Use of GKN Processes, Procedures, IT infrastructure
    and fully supported by functional departments
  • Complete independent work package management:
    IPMA certified project managers + authorized signatories
  • Extensive partnership with University POLITEHNICA of Bucharest
  • ITAR/ML22 restricted capabilities

Website: www.gkn.com




The International Space University (ISU) develops the future leaders of the world space community by providing interdisciplinary educational programs to students and space professionals in an international, intercultural environment. ISU has been since 1987 the sole university worldwide devoted entirely to space education. Today, ISU is made up of a unique network around the world with a Central Campus in Strasbourg, with hubs in the USA and the Asia Pacific region, and partnerships with leading space organizations worldwide. ISU is a 35-year success story with 5400 alumni shaping the international space ecosystem in 110 countries, including astronauts and entrepreneurs along with current and former space industry and government leaders. ISU is a private non-profit institution. 


Contacts from ISU: 



ITAérea Aeronautical Business School



ITAérea is the first business school worldwide specialized in airport and aeronautical management in terms of number of students, headquarterss and teachers.


ITAérea is strategic partner of the United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR) and the International Training Centre for Authorities and Leaders in Mérida, México (CIFAL) and aims to foster the development of training for worldwide managers of the air transport sector.It also offers university degrees thanks to the agreement signed with the University for E-Learning in Madrid (UDIMA).


It is also the main training provider for managers in the Latin American Region of Airports Council International (ACI-LAC).


Knowledge Innovation Market Barcelona



KIMbcn was founded in 2007 with the aim of stimulating the knowledge economy and promoting Open Innovation in Catalonia. KIMbcn’s main purpose is, therefore, to align industry expectations and research and technological developments through the exploration of Open Innovation opportunities. 


Following this purpose, KIMbcn has, in the last few years, invested its efforts on promoting such advances in the field of space technologies, building an important portfolio of activities and services, and positioning itself as a reference agent of the Catalan space ecosystem. KIMbcn has actively participated, in close collaboration with the different reference entities of the sector (Department of Digital Policies of the Government of Catalonia, IEEC, i2Cat, IGCG and Barcelona Chamber of Commerce) in different entrepreneurship and market-oriented initiatives to promote the regional NewSpace Strategy and the NewSpace community. 


Besides, as ESA broker, KIMbcn has established direct contact with the European Space sector and is responsible for the organisation of several local and international space-related events, an experience that has allowed it to valorise an important number of ESA space technologies and to guide technology transfer processes from the space sector to other fields of application. 


KIMbcn is also the regional organiser of the Galileo and Copernicus Masters, international innovation competitions conceived as an accelerating instrument for space-related entrepreneurs and start-ups. KIMbcn involvement in these contests has allowed it to contribute in scouting the most forward-thinking applications based on satellite navigation and Earth observation and its applications around the European innovation ecosystem.  


KIMbcn has been also responsible for the organisation of other space-related dissemination and exploitation activities such as the conference New Space Economy, organised in cooperation with the Chamber of Commerce of Barcelona. This initiative, focused on the promotion of new space economy policies, the identification of space-sector challenges and opportunities, and the design of support and financial programmes in line with the Catalan Space Community, has become an event of reference in Catalonia. 


KIMbcn is, also, a very active player in the implementation of training and capacity-building actions in the field of space technologies and space business applications. Besides the above-mentioned activities, KIMbcn has organised workshops on space technologies, cross-sector innovation and business development, workshops on space-based funding opportunities and specific EU programmes, and has been involved in many EU funded projects addressing space-based business development.

ODIN Drones



In ODIN Drones, we are specialists in the use of drones for industrial inspections, data processing, learning and innovative solutions. 


We apply our processing capacity in various sectors such as civil engineering, precision agriculture, topography, energy and environment, to improve its performance and reduce labor risk. 


ODIN is also a training entity recognized by AESA, that accompanies you in your learning process and your obtention of the drone pilot license.  



At PACE Aerospace & IT, we provide trailblazing software solutions and digital strategies for dealing with the aviation industry’s biggest challenges. The continuing success of our Pacelab off-the-shelf software products is based on a strong commitment to innovation and product quality that meets and exceeds the needs of our clients. We turn transformative technologies into cutting-edge software products that help aerospace and aviation companies overcome their digital challenges, enabling them to do a better job every day. Our portfolio of solutions focuses on key areas that are shaping the future of aviation. Our software is designed to make key tasks in aerospace and aviation simpler, smarter, and greener. For more than two decades, we have worked hand-in-hand with industry leaders and aerospace research organizations. 

Rolls Royce



What Do We Make at Rolls-Royce? 

Rolls-Royce is known the world over for delivering excellence, creating high-performance, integrated power solutions for use on land, at sea and in the air and is currently looking for outstanding young talents to join its Internship and Graduate Development Programmes. 


Opportunities at Rolls-Royce 

Rolls-Royce Internship and Graduate opportunities are now available on the Rolls-Royce website https://careers.rolls-royce.com/united-kingdom/students-and-graduates . 

At Rolls-Royce, you’ll have the chance to work with different teams across the product and service lifecycle and will be involved in innovating, concept development, architecting and designing products and systems, testing, manufacture or service support. 


Our Programmes 

Join our re-imagined graduate and intern development programmes and you’ll have a crucial role to play in shaping the future of a truly iconic business. Based in either Civil Aerospace, Defence, or in our central Innovation and Digital hubs, Group IT or Group Business Services, our new learning-focused programmes focus on giving you real-world experiences and the chance to work on live projects across our engineering, digital and business functions. 

Space Economy Academy




The Space Economy Academy was awarded the Best Educational Institution in the Space Sector by Galileo Masters in 2021. With multiple partners, like the European Space Agency with the BIC program and EUROAVIA, and listed in the European Commission register, it embraces the modern model of education, which is delivered 100% online, enhancing space education accessibility to anyone in the world, with the objective of empowering the Space Leaders of tomorrow. Based on a new innovative method, the Space Economy Academy´s method improves the traditional education approach, with the introduction of top Lecturers directly from the Space Industry and Forbes list makers. The lectures bring direct experience into the classes: the case method is much more impactful and it brings an enormous added value to the education of the students.

With respect to other institution, the Space Economy Academy operates with very small classes, ideal to facilitate interaction between Lecturers and students, allowing the possibility to address individual questions and tailor the education to specific needs. Students are exposed to a competitive edge in today’s fast-paced business world. They join an international community of lecturers and peers, with the possibility of establishing an important network of connections, potential Business partners and friendships that will enrich one’s life personally and professionally.

Website: https://seac-space.com





With over 70 satellites in two different orbits, our reach is unlike any other. We combine a vast, intelligent network of satellite and ground infrastructure with industry-leading expertise to manage and deliver high-performance video and data solutions virtually everywhere on the planet. 


For more than 30 years, our success has been built on sustainable innovation as we reliably connect more businesses, communities and government institutions in more places and deliver linear and on-demand video content seamlessly around the clock. 


We have much to offer, but our story is simple. We help broadcasters touch more viewers on screen; mobile network operators expand into uncharted markets; peacekeepers receive real-time intelligence; passengers work and play online; and communities thrive in a digital world—in some of the most remote places on the planet. 


All of us have a story. At SES, we believe you should have the freedom to take your story wherever you want it to go. 


Take your story anywhere. With SES.” 

Hyper Wind



Hyper Wind is a start-up that offers highly innovative solutions to increase energy production from wind farms and individual wind turbines.

With our patented active flow control technology*,the aerodynamics of wind turbines can be tremendously improved, with substantial increase of peak power, up to 15%.

Early studies suggest that Hyper Wind turbines are more stable in conditions of hight turbulence, such as in wind farms, and have lower cut-on wind speeds.

Furthermore, the Hyper Wind turbine blades are slender and lighter, with significant reduction in materials and production costs. This feature would facilitate the realization of larger and more efficient rotors.

We are working to push the boundaries of wind technology and build the best wind turbines in the world, which contribute significantly to the decarbonization of our planet.

And we will succeed!

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