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2014 World Congress on Unmanned Systems Engineering
The Premier 2014 Summer Event for the Unmanned Systems Engineering Community
2014 WCUSEng offers four Engineering tracks
Benefits of attending 2014 WCUSEng
Here are a few reasons why 2014 WCUSEng should be at the top of the agenda in the summer of 2014. The Congress has been designed to allow researchers, engineers and scientists from diverse academic and professional fields to communicate their latest research findings and industry innovations. The Congress offers various types of Abstract and Full Paper presentations, including oral presentation, e-presentation and poster presentation. In particular, the e-presentations offer delegates who cannot personally attend the Congress the opportunity to have their paper presented electronically. Delegates may specify their preferred presentation day and may also act as Session Chairs for their respective presentation sessions. There will be Best Presentation Awards determined by a vote of congress participants. More detailed versions of high-quality full papers from 2014 WCUSEng will be invited for further review leading to publication in the International Journal of Unmanned Systems Engineering. The World Congress offers also an exceptional opportunity for sponsors and exhibitors to promote their companies among an influential community of World-wide engineers, scientists, researchers and business professionals. Ultimately, 2014 WCUSEng provides an excellent environment to make business acquaintances and showcase novel industry products.
Proceedings of the 2014 World Congress
Abstracts and Full Papers will be peer-reviewed and published in the Proceedings of the 2014 World Congress on Unmanned Systems Engineering, hosted by the International Journal of Unmanned Systems Engineering. The Congress Editorial Board will consider Abstracts and Full Papers that present novel research findings or methodologies in the areas of air, ground, maritime and space systems engineering. The scope is wide, including themes such as Aerodynamics & aeroelasticity, Airships & aerostats, Autonomy & swarming, Economic impact, Electrical & electronic systems, Electromagnetic communications, Fire-fighting & disaster management, Flight control systems & avionics, Flight stability, Flight test & evaluation, Fluid mechanics, Human factors, Law enforcement applications, Materials, Micro air vehicles, Micro-electro-
Parallel technical courses are offered at the Congress for anyone that wishes to enrol.
Navigation I - Navigation Fundamentals and
Navigation II - GNSS Aided Navigation and Tracking.
Courses delivered by renown scientists Dr James L. Farrell and Prof. Maarten Uijt de Haag.
Fundamentals of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles, Missions and Systems.
Course facilitated by Mr John L. Minor, former USAF Test-Pilot School Technical Director and World-class Aerospace Technology Instructor.
Novel Concepts in Unmanned Aircraft Aerodynamics.
Course given by Aerodynamics researcher Dr Pascual Marqués.
Superb, inspirational congress venue
The 2014 World Congress will be held at the University of Oxford in the United Kingdom.
"Revered as one of the world's great academic
institutions, the University of Oxford
dominates the city skyline. A dense maze of
historic honeystone colleges set around
ivy-clad quadrangles in the heart of the city
features some of England's finest
architecture, together with excellent
museums and a good range of restaurants
that makes Oxford a highly rewarding
The Congress Organising Committee
WCUSEng Congress Organising Committee
Tel: +44 (0)7721 784411
Fax: +44 (0)1704 569527
Dr Pascual Marques