Lectures Series in 2013/2014 (*Provisional)

Details of the branch lecture programme can be found below.


A Lecture Diary for the whole 2013/2014 season is now available to download as a poster (PDF) and as an electronic calendar (.CSV) :

Click here for an A4 portrait poster (2 pages)

Click here for an A4 landscape poster (1 page)

Click here to download the electronic calendar .CSV file

Brief outline on how to use the .CSV file is at the bottom of this page.


First Lecture of the 2014/2015 Season


“The Airlander Project”

Thursday 11th  September 2014

Lecture Starts at 7:30 pm

Speaker: David Stewart, Head of Flight Sciences of Hybrid Air Vehicles.

Location: Lecture Theatre ‘0’, Cambridge University Engineering Department, Trumpington Street, Cambridge CB2 1PZ.

The lecture titles and dates are booked well in advance but are subject to change. Please return to this website for updates or signup for our E-mail Newsletter  to get the most up-to-date information.


Future Cambridge RAeS Branch Lecture Programme

As a guide, lectures occur the second Thursday of every month from September to the following May.

Dates for your diaries are as follows. These are *Provisional so please check nearer the lecture date for updates or sign up to our e-mail newsletter.

2015 lecture dates for your diary



E-mail Newsletter

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Other Items of Interest

Various Branch Visits – see the Visits page.


Other Professional Organisations

Organisations in East Anglia also provide lecture programmes – see Links page.


Electronic Calendar

– save the attached the file to your desktop,

– click on your calendar tab

– then file,

– import and export,

– import from another program or file,

– comma separated values (windows),

– browse for the file on your desktop,

– then hit next


*Provisional: Lectures subject to change – please return to the website at a later date and/orContact us. You can also add yourself to our e-mail newsletter.