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International Sustainable Aviation Research Society (SARES)


SARES was founded in 2015 as a multi-disciplinary initiative organization to promote, develop and support aviation researchers on innovative researches. SARES is also focusing to reproduce and improve the management tools and systems in the aerodrome, airplane technologies management and operations research, sustainability and social awareness training. Main research and application objectives are as follows:

  • Green and renewable energy resources and aviation technologies
  • Aircraft engine, control systems, production, storage, efficiency and planning
  • Explore the potential of integrating renewables within airports
  • Sustainable infrastructure development under a changing climate
  • Training and awareness facilities with aviation sector and social levels
  • Teaching and professional development in renewable energy technologies and sustainability

SARES focuses on sustainability in aviation considering all aspects and fields. SARES has a wide network of researchers through the symposiums and conferences organized internationally. SARES symposiums/conferences have spread under three main categories:

  • ISSA, International Symposium on Sustainable Aviation
  • ISEAS, International Symposium on Electric Aviation and Autonomous Systems
  • ISATECH, International Symposium on Aircraft Technology, MRO and Operations

SARES is supporting AnatoliaAeroDesign team to transfer the knowledge and the ability to create sustainable UAV aircraft to research the possibilities for electric aircraft. AnatoliaAeroDesign was awarded several prizes by competition organizers. Anatolia Aero Design team members are the members of SARES and SARES financially supports the scholars and the academic staff to develop better UAV System Integration, UAV Stability, Sustainability and cost models to produce electric aircraft. As a result of this integrated partnership, AnatoliaAeroDesign team has devoted themselves to the development of better prototypes in their laboratory.

The Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Laboratory located in Eskisehir Technical University Faculty of Aeronautics and Astronautics has six workshops and laboratories, including a composite workshop, a paint and surface treatment workshop, an assembly workshop, a design laboratory, an electronic laboratory and a software laboratory. PEM fuel cell UAV design and production has been done within the scope of research projects carried out in these laboratories. It is planned to carry out UAV studies further with solar powered UAVs. 10 fixed wing and one rotary wing UAVs in total including for competition and research purposes were designed and manufactured in the UAV Laboratories of Eskisehir Technical University. In the composite workshop, vacuum infusion and manual hand layup methods are used to produce UAV components. Various surface treatments are tested to reduce the drag of aircraft structures. Engine-propeller integration is tested in the electronic lab to achieve the best combinations. In addition, receiver and controller communications that provide the connection between the aircraft to the ground station are tested in this laboratory. In the software laboratory task systems are studied. Payloads such as cameras and sensors on the aircraft are integrated and communication with the ground achieved. In addition to the payload systems, autonomous flight, take-off, landing and task systems are the responsibility of software laboratory.

SARES , an international organisation, is multidisciplinary initiative for research into the advancement of

  • Innovative researches for aviation sector
  • Improvement management tools and systems in aerodrome
  • Airplane Technologies management and operations research
  • Sustainability and social awareness trainings.

SARES Awards 2020


International Sustainable Aviation and Energy Society (SARES) is the association which deals research based on Sustainable Aviation. Every year, SARES gives awards in four categories to scientists and researchers who works on sustainable aviation. Awards will be given in five categories:

  • Lifetime Achievement Award
  • Science Award
  • Gratitude Award
  • Young Scientist Award
  • Company Award

Candidates will be evaluated by Award Commission and will determine the most appropriate scientist or practitioner as an Award Winner.Awards will give to winners in International Symposium on Sustainable Aviation 2020 (ISSA 2020) days as an Award sculpture and Award Certificate.

The website of International Sustainable Aviation and Energy Society (SARES): www.sares.org

The website of International Symposium on Sustainable Aviation 2020 (ISSA 2020): www.issasci.org

For more detailed information, you can find an Award regulations in the attachment.

Best Regards,

T.Hikmet Karakoc,

President of SARES