Pedro Camanho has received the highest degree awarded by the institution – the oldest aeronautical society in the world.
The honor of becoming a Fellow of the Royal Aeronautical Society is reserved for professionals with notable contributions to the advancement of aeronautics. Pedro Camanho is one of them. In his career, the researcher and vice-President of INEGI has been notably recognized for the study and development of advanced composite materials, contributing to the creation of new high-performance and low-weight structures that meet strict mechanical resistance requirements.
This recent distinction joins the many others that Pedro Camanho has already achieved, which includes the Scientific Excellence Award from the University of Porto, received earlier this year.
Full Professor at FEUP since 2014, Pedro Camanho is one of the Portuguese area directors in the area of Space-Earth Interactions. of the UT Austin Portugal Program. He is also president of the Associated Laboratory of Energy, Transport and Aeronautics (LAETA).
Founded in 1866, the Royal Aeronautical Society is the oldest aeronautical society in the world. Its mission is to promote the highest professional standards, provide a unique source of specialized information and a forum for the exchange of ideas.