Engineering Now .: Volume 3 - Edition 10 .: May 2007

J.M. Floryan elected Fellow of the Canadian Aeronautics and Space Institute

The Canadian Aeronautics and Space Institute (CASI) is a non-profit professional scientific and technical organization devoted to the advancement of the art, science and engineering of aeronautics, astronautics and associated technologies in Canada. Floryan was elected as a Fellow of CASI for his engagement, work and research relating to aeronautics, astronautics, associated technologies over the years.

CASI provides a focus for communications and networking among the aeronautics and space community in Canada, and assists members in developing skills, exchanging information, and sharing talents in their areas of interest. It promotes Canadian competence and international competitiveness in aeronautics and space and their applications, and fosters national pride and international esteem for Canada’s accomplishments in these areas.

The Institute consists of 15 Branches that serve about 1,600 members in major cities across Canada, some hosted by universities and colleges. Sections cater to special interest groups, such as Aerodynamics, Aircraft Design and Development, Astronautics, Flight Mechanics and Operations, Propulsion, Structure and Materials. Constituent Societies serve members specializing in technologies such as Air Cushion Technology, Navigation, Remote Sensing.

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