Upcoming Innovations in the Vertical Lift Industry.
Manager, Engineering – Innovation Bell Helicopter Textron Canada Ltd.
Tuesday, November 28
6 to 8 PM Concordia University
EV Building, Room 2.260
Michel leads the team in Mirabel who conduct research & development activities with the objective to bring innovation into the next generations of commercial vertical lift products.
Michel joined BHTCL in 2006 as an Integrated Product Team Leader for the 206L Long Ranger Upgrade program. Michel has then held different leadership roles in product improvements and R&D activities with consortiums such as CRIAQ, CARIC and GARDN.
Michel has been leading complex aerospace projects for 20 years. Before joining Bell Helicopter, Michel was responsible for leading different projects under the CF-18 program at L-3 MAS and Bombardier Aerospace – Defense Systems Division.
Michel earned a Bachelor Degree in Space Sciences from the Royal Military College of Canada and a Master Degree in Project Management from Université du Québec à Montréal.
WHERE: EV Building 1515 St Catherine West, Montréal, Québec.
About AHS Concordia
Chapter strives to develop the ingenuity of undergraduate and graduate helicopter enthusiasts. The AHS Concordia Chapter’s mission is to educate engineering students on the vertical flight industry through speaker series with aerospace professionals, tours of aviation plants, and exclusive networking events. Additionally, to help students get hands-on experience the AHS Concordia team designs and assembles a Micro Air Vehicle (MAV) to participate in yearly drone competitions.
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Diplômé universitaire en histoire, journalisme et relations publiques, en 1993, Philippe Cauchi amorce une carrière de journalisme, analyste et consultant en aérospatiale. En 2013, il fonde avec Daniel Bordeleau, le site d’information aérospatial Info Aéro Québec.