Trains, planes, automobiles, roads, bridges, airports, and satellites all make our modern life possible. Underrepresented in public debate, two student clubs at HBS bring top representatives together from transportation, infrastructure, logistics (TIL), aviation and aerospace (AA) to discuss their future and progress of these industries annually, at the Moving the Future conference.
MTF 2018’s participants bring incredible experience to campus, in what will be a day full of learning. To be held on February 17th, 300 students, academics and business professionals will congregate to discuss the business of aerospace, aviation, transportation, infrastructure 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:
- Emerging Strategies in Commercial Aviation
- The Flight Path of Commercial Aircraft
- The Future of Mobility
- The Future of Public and Mass Transportation
- The Business of Drones
- Space – the newest industry
Organizations represented this year
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.
The HBS Aerospace alumni group brings together HBS alumni from Aeronautics, Space, and Aviation. The group helps foster connections between current students and alumni in the industry and encourage students to pursue interests in the field.