Dr. Ian R. McAndrew, graduate studies chair for Embry-Riddle Worldwide’s College of Aeronautics, recently served as chairman of the European Conference on Materials, Mechatronics and Manufacturing in Paris this month.
Sponsored by the International Journal of Materials, Mechanics and Manufacturing, the conference hosted more than 40 presenters from five continents. In addition to his chairperson duties, Dr. McAndrew delivered the keynote address, “Propeller Design for Quadcopters – Taking It to a New Level.”
Dr. McAndrew’s Paris presentation followed a January keynote in Hong Kong. He has additional international speaking engagements planned for 2017, including keynotes in Prague and Japan.
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