Within the framework of TBS’ aerospace activities for a sector which is currently the subject of many questions, a webinar has been prepared for October 5, 2020 at 18.30 French time with an American speaker, Dr. Kevin Michaels , an Alumni and former President of Aerospace MBA Alumni association (Nicolas Osorio-Lora) with the support of the AerospaceMBA management.
The German Aviation Research Society has kindly shared the information about this webinar. Thanks a lot!
Beyond Alumni and external audience from the industry, many students from Universities and Engineering Schools and of course from TBS (Bachelor Aviation, MSc Aerospace Management, AerospaceMBA and MS MTA) did attend this event.
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Dr. KEVIN MICHAELS, Managing Director, AeroDynamic Advisory
Kevin Michaels is Managing Director of AeroDynamic Advisory, a speciality consulting firm focused on the global aerospace and aviation industries. He has 31 years of experience, including hundreds of consulting engagements for leading aviation and aerospace companies across the globe.
Kevin is a globally recognized expert in the aerospace manufacturing and MRO sectors, and has significant expertise in business-to-business marketing, customer satisfaction, M&A advisory, technology assessment, cluster development, and strategic planning. His experience spans all major market segments, including air transport, business & general aviation, and military.
Previously Dr Michaels was a Vice President with ICF International’s Aerospace & MRO consulting practice from 2011 – 2016. He was a co-founder and partner with AeroStrategy from 2001-2011, until its acquisition by ICF. Previously, Dr. Michaels was Director – Strategic Development with Rockwell Collins Government Systems, and Principal with The Canaan Group, an aerospace consultancy. He began his career as a project engineer with aeroengine supplier Williams International.
Dr. Michaels holds BS – Aerospace Engineering and MBA degrees from the University of Michigan, and MSc and PhD degrees in International Relations from the London School of Economics.
He is a contributing columnist to Aviation Week & Space Technology and chairs the advisory board of the University of Michigan’s Aerospace Engineering Department. In 2016, he joined the Board of Directors of aircraft parts distributor Kapco Global Proponent.