Infrastructure is the lifeblood of the world. Trains, planes, automobiles, roads, bridges, airports, and satellites all make our modern life possible. We believe these industries are underrepresented in public debate—and for the first time at Harvard Business School, the Aviation & Aerospace Club and Transportation, Infrastructure, and Logistics Club is bringing top representatives together from these fields to discuss their future and progress.
300 students, academics and business professionals will congregate to discuss the business of aerospace, aviation, transportation and logistics, all under one roof at HBS. The Conference aims to enable new interested minds to engage with the industries and professionals that will continue to define our combined future. Panel topics include:
- Commercial Aviation
- The Future of Vehicles
- Space Investments
- The Business of Drones
- PPPs in Space
- Emerging Market Infrastructure
Schedule of events:
This year’s event will also include a stargazing event on the eve of the conference hosted by the Student Astronomers at Harvard-Radcliffe (STAHR).
See the Stargazing Event page for more information.
About the A&A Club
The Aerospace & Aviation Club at HBS brings together students and faculty members from three pillars of interest: Aeronautics, Space, and Aviation
About the TIL Club
The Transportation, Infrastructure, and Logistics Club at HBS was founded to serve students and faculty interested in moving people, things, and information.