New Methodologies Applied to Medium and High Energy Impact on Aeronautical Parts


Miguel Castillo: Master Aerospace Engineer (1990), Escuela Técnica Superior Ingenieros Aeronáuticos, Universidad Politécnica Madrid. He is currently preparing Thesis to achieve Ph. D. on Aerospace Engineering from this University. Post- graduate studies in Science and Technology Management (1992), Universidad Carlos III, Getafe, Spain. Prior to joining Aernnova, 11 year career as aerospace structures engineer in C.A.S.A. (Getafe, Spain), Boeing (Seattle, USA) and Hispano Suiza (Le Havre, France). Following this structures engineer career, Miguel held several Technical and Project Management positions in Aernnova, former Gamesa Aeronáutica, staring May 2000. Professional interests include development of new aero-structures concepts, new composite architectures, innovative materials and process for lighter aero- structures, easier and cheaper to maintain and innovation on engineering process frameworks and methods.

Federico Martin de la Escalera is Mining Engineer from the Polytechnic University of Madrid, specialized in numerical methods and materials. His experience in Aerospace industry is about 20 years . Among the most representative programs: Ariane V upper stage , Airbus 380 section 19, Airbus 350 Horizontal Stabilizer , Embraer 170 Horizontal stabilizer and elevator, Boeing 787 Dreamliner Horizontal tail, etc. . Currently and for the past six years , is responsible for the Aernnova Engineering Solutions Iberica Research and Technology Department , focused on the development of new composite materials technologies , medium and high impact energy , development of new structural configurations , as well as development of new manufacturing processes in both, composite and metallic materials. He is a professor in the Department of Continuum Mechanics and Theory of Structures of Carlos III University, Madrid. He has several publications in the field of computational fracture mechanics and is in possession of Advanced Studies Diploma.