Thursday, 19 January 2012

Indonesian Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics

Indonesian Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics

IIAA Mission: 

IIAA advances the state of aerospace science, engineering, and technological leadership.

IIAA Vision:

IIAA is the shaping, dynamic force in aerospace – The forum for innovation, excellence and global leadership.


The Indonesian Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (IIAA) is the professional society for the field of aerospace engineering.

Universities with programs in aerospace engineering or related fields may form Student Branches, which are overseen and in part funded by their parent Section.

Another aspect of the IIAA is their standards writing activities. In the past, IIAA standards for aeronautics have been incorporated into broader standards and public laws. These standards help transition innovative aeronautical ideas to everyday usage.

The IIAA publishes nine technical journals, monthly general interest magazine, Aerospace Indonesia, and a series of technical books. It also organizes a number of conferences on space engineering.

Students & Educators

The Online Resource for Tomorrow's Pioneers

A simple, compelling philosophy drives our commitment to math, science, and technology education. Make it exciting, make it empowering, and make it fun.

IIAA's far-reaching education programs do just that for college students, K-12 students, and the educators who inspire them. So what are we waiting for?

Let's change the world.

Resources for Teachers & Students

IIAA offers and sponsors a wealth of resources to support educators at both the university level and K-12: publications & online tools, classroom grants, our Educator Associate Program, informative aerospace links. The list goes on and on.

You'll also find design competitions, scholarships, internships, research help, discounts on textbooks, and more. And for students still in elementary or high school, this is the place to learn about aerospace … get involved … get inspired … and have fun while you do it!

Kid's Place


Fly the Wright Flyer simulation. Test drive interactive flight tools. Enjoy games, puzzles, fun experiments, teen-recommended books and movies, and more.

More info >

History of Aerospace

Informative timelines show you where we've been. Follow the course of aerospace through today's industry-wide transformation.
More info >

News You Can Use

National Aeronautics and Space Administration
INSPIRE (PDF – view NASA’s flyer)

Are YOU ready to plan YOUR future?

Are YOU ready to take YOUR place in history?

Are YOU ready to be INSPIRED?

NASA is ready for YOU!

NASA’s new program, the interdisciplinary National Science Program Incorporating Research Education Experiences (INSPIRE) will encourage the future generation of explorers from the 9th through 12th grades to pursue an education and careers in the sciences, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields.

INSPIRE’s unique design allows those selected access to an On-Line Community, and once in the community, to complete for grade appropriate STEM experiences during the summer months, such as:
  • A one-day VIP tour and workshop at a NASA facility.
  • A two-week learning experience on the campus of a participating college or university.
  • Paid summer internships at a NASA facility working with scientists and engineers as mentors.

NASA will be accepting applications to join the On-Line Community in the fall. For the latest information about this exciting program, please visit NASA's Web site at:

Team Indonesia Rocketry Challenge

For more information on careers in aerospace, visit

Special Thanks to:

Prof. H. Bacharuddin Jusuf Habibie

TNI Angkatan Udara

4. PT Dirgantara Indonesia

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