Institute for Aerospace Technology (IAT)
The Institute for Aerospace Technology (IAT) is a major centre for aerospace research
Specialists from global aerospace companies and aviation leaders have joined forces with our researchers and academics across our three campuses in Malaysia, UK and China. Together, we are creating an extraordinary future for aerospace technology.
We at IAT share Malaysia’s ambition to be the leading aerospace nation in South East Asia by 2030, and to become an integral part of the global market. We are working closely with the Aerospace Malaysia Innovation Centre (AMIC) under the National Aerospace Industry Coordinating Office (NAICO), Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI) and we share a laboratory centre located in German Malaysia Institute (GMI), Kajang.
Our ambition and drive makes the Institute of Aerospace Technology (IAT) a partner of choice for addressing two key research goals, closely aligned to AMIC:
Factory of the future Improving the manufacturing capability of aerospace industry
Sustainable aviation Finding novel solutions for sustainable development such as bio-jet fuels and use of recycled materials
Our academic staff have internationally recognised expertise in the following topic areas:
- Chemical engineering and chemistry
- Material engineering
- Robotics design and control systems
- Thermofluid and renewable energy
We’re always searching to discover the next innovation within aerospace bringing people and projects together, and we’re always pleased to hear from commercial organisations and other universities with ideas for collaboration. If you share our ambition and passion for smarter, greener and faster aircraft, we’d like to hear from you.
We’re also uniquely placed to benefit from our global expertise. The Institute for Aerospace Technology at the University of Nottingham has over 70 externally funded projects valued at over £75 million with an inspirational team of 400 scientists and engineers.
For general enquiries:
Director, Dr Lim Chin Seong
For research collaboration and business engagement enquiries: