ATOS 2010

Programme

Wednesday April 14th, 2010

 

9:00-9:10 Opening Ceremony
9:10-9:40 Keynote Speech 1
Peter de Swert,  Executive Vice President Operations of KLM Engineering & Maintenance
9:40-11:00 Industry Session 1
The KLM Lean Six Sigma Approach

1.1 The KLM Lean Six Sigma Approach

1.2 KLM Experience of Future Challenges in MRO

11:00-11:15 Break

Technical Session 1.1: Maintenance, Repair & Overhaul - 1

Session Chair: P. van de Horst, Martinair  
11:15-11:45
Redesigning Maintenance Processes to Increase Delivery Performance of the A-check for Wide-body Aircraft at KLM E&M J.N. Hooplot, TU Delft
11:45-12:15
Leaning the material management process of KLM Engineering & Maintenance E. de Gier, W.W.A. Beelaerts van Blokland, TU Delft
12:15-12:45
A model to forecast non-routine work for the wide-body base aircraft maintenance at KLM E&M  J.P.N. Flores, A. Ghobbar, TU Delft

 Technical Session 1.2: Air Traffic Management - 1

Session Chair: L. Quon, NASA
11:15-11:45
Control Space Analysis of Continuous Descent Operations at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol
 P.M.A. de Jong, A.C. in?t Veld, A.M.P. de Leege, M.M. van Paassen, M. Mulder, TU Delft
11:45-12:15
The Use of a Dynamic solution space to Predict Air Traffic Controller Workload J. G. d?Engelbronner, M. Mulder, M. M. van Paassen, TU Delft
12:15-12:45
Arrival management developments at Schiphol Airport D. Mijatovic-Jovanovic, F. Dijkstra, Air Traffic Control the Netherlands

Technical Session 1.3: Safety

Session Chair: S.H. Stroeve, NLR
11:15-11:45
Bayesian Estimation of Accident Rate, Trend and Uncertainty E.A. Bloem, H.A.P. Blom, NLR
11:45-12:15
The Passenger Process at Schiphol and the Promise of Biometrics A. van de Rijt, S.C. Santema, TU Delft
12:15-12:45
Safety Assessment of a Future Taxi Into Position and Hold Operation by Agent-based Dynamic Risk Modelling S.H. Stroeve, B.A. van Doorn, G.J. Bakker, NLR
12:45-13:05 Contract Signing: 'KLM's vision realised through the Air Transport & Operations Chair'
13:05-13:45 Lunch
13:45-14:15 Keynote Speech 2
John-Paul Clarke, Associate Professor, School of Aerospace Engineering and Director of  Air Transportation Laboratory (ATL), Georgia Tech
14:15-15:15 Industry Session 2

NASA & NLR

Accenture

15:15-15:30 Break

 Technical Session 2.1: Air Traffic Management - 2

Session Chair: A. Sultan, NASA / Session Co-chair: M. Price, Queens University Belfast
15:30-16:00
Priority Rules in a Distributed ATM P. Cásek, S.L. Brázdilová, Honeywell
16:00-16:30
Arrival Trajectory Optimization concerning Noise Impact on Perimeters of Airports H. Yu, J.A. Mulder, TU Delft
16:30-17:00
Understanding Aspects of Air Transportation Systems through an Agent Based Impact Analysis G. Davies, M. Price, J. Early, P. Connally, Queen's University Belfast 
17:00-17:30
The ?Catastrophe? of Aerospace Design P. Hollingsworth, University of Mancherster

Technical Session 2.2: Airports

Session Chair: F. van Schaijk, NLR
15:30-16:00
An Approach to Airport Categorization ? Category Definition and Quantification for Air Traffic Related Simulation Purposes G. Öttl, P. Böck, TU München
16:00-16:30
The road to airport sustainability K.J.G.A. Pauwel, M. van Hoeve, ADECS Airinfra
16:30-17:00
Determining Hub Efficiency in Europe, Middle-East and North Africa M.S. Nenem, E.N. Günay, Turkish Airlines 
17:00-17:30
Low Cost Hyperbolic Airport Surveillance System B. Dioncu, O.T. Pleter, S. Galetuse, Romanian Air Traffic Services Administration

 Technical Session 2.3: Revenue Management

Session Chair: F. van der Zwan, TU Delft / Session Co-chair: S. Ghijs, TU Delft
15:30-16:00
Low-cost  and full-service carrier's effect R. B. Carmona Benitez, G.Lodewijks, TU Delft
16:00-16:3016:30-17:00
Revenue optimization through demand forecasting: A test study at transavia.com W. Stikvoort, F.M. van der Zwan, TU Delft
17:00-17:30
Design of a revenue management framework: the charter-scheduled airline case D. Huffnagel, S.S.A. Ghijs, TU Delft
17:30-18:00 Keynote Speech 3
t.b.d.
18:00-18:45 Transportation to banquet
18:45-23:00 KLM Banquet


Thursday April 15th, 2010

 

9:00-9:10 Opening Ceremony
9:10-9:40 Keynote Speech 4
Akbar Sultan, Deputy Director, Airspace Systems Program, NASA
9:40-10:10 Keynote Speech 5
Bob Graham, Head of Concept Strategy and Development, SESAR Joint Undertaking
10:10-10:20 Break



 Session 3.1: Delft Center for Aviation

Session Chair: W. Beelaerts van Blokland
10:20-10:50
Knowledge-Based Engineering: Conceptual Foundations and Research Issues W.J.C. Verhagen, R. Curran, TU Delft
10:50-11:20
Sufficient scope in current aircraft technology developments? A.R.C. de Haan, TU Delft
11:20-11:50
New opportunities for aircraft noise policy in the Netherlands M. Kroese, TU Delft  

 Session 3.2: Airlines

Session Chair: T. Günther, TU Dresden
10:20-10:50
Significant Turnaround Process Variations due to Airport Characteristics B. Oreschko, M. Schultz,J. Elflein, H. Fricke, TU Dresden
10:50-11:20
Increasing airline operational robustness H. Wesseling, W.W.A. Beelaerts van Blokland, TU Delft
11:20-11:50
Enterprise Sustainability Risk Management Modeling as a Tool for Airline Strategy T. Flouris, A. Kucukyilmaz, Daniel Webster College

 Technical Session 3.3: Maintenance, Repair & Overhaul - 2

Session Chair: D. Dam, KLM
10:20-10:50
Business Opportunities in Aircraft Cabin Conversion and Refurbishing M. F. Ni??, D. Scholz, Hamburg University of Applied Sciences, 
10:50-11:20
Asymmetric Traveling Salesman Problem - Near Optimal Real-time Solution P. Richter, O&S Consultancy
11:20-11:50
A predictive model to evaluate and improving punctuality for a fleet of wide-body aircraft maintenance and reliablity A. Ghobbar, V. Alves, TU Delft

Parallel Session 3.4: Value Driven Design

Chair: Paul Collopy
10:20-11:50 VDD workshop - An Introduction to Value-Driven Design 
11:50-12:20 Keynote Speech 6
Paul Collopy, Executive Director, Value Driven Design Institute
Delivering Value to Operators with Improved
Design Processes
12:20-13:00 Lunch
13:00-13:30 Keynote Speech 7
John Hsu, Senior Manager, Systems Engineering Department, Boeing
13:30-13:40 Journal Presentation
13:40-14:40 Industry Session 4

IATA: Airline Simulation Software Demo

Fokker

Parallel Session 4.3: Value Driven Design (cont.)

Chair: James Scanlan, University of Southampton
13:40-14:40 Meeting of the European Arm of the Value-Driven Design Committee 
14:40-15:00 Break

 Session 4.1: Air Traffic Management - 3

Session Chair: P. Kopardekar, NASA / Session Co-chair: H. Blom, NLR
15:00-15:30
Short-term allocation of Time Windows to Flights through a distributed market-based CDM mechanism L. Castelli, A. Ranieri, R. Pesenti, University of Trieste
15:30-16:00
Contributions of Advanced Taxi Time Calculation to Airport Operations Efficiency T. Günther, M. Hildebrandt, H. Fricke, M. Strasser, Technische Universität Dresden
16:00-16:30
A Time-Space Diagram as Controller Support Tool for Advanced Continuous Descent Approach Operations A.M.P. de Leege, M. Mulder, M.M. van Paassen, A.C. in't Veld, TU Delft



 Session 4.2: Industrial Learning

Session Chair: J. Butterfield, Queens Univ. of Belfast / Session Co-chair: J. Scanlan, Univ. of Southampton
15:00-15:30
Emotion Elicitation in Individuals During a Cognitive Task R.J. de Boer, P. Badke-Schaub, S.C. Santema, Hoeschool van Amsterdam
15:30-16:00
The Use of Process Simulation Methods in Support of Organisational Learning in Availability Contracting W. McEwan, J. Butterfield, Queen?s University Belfast,

 Session 4.3: Maintenance, Repair & Overhaul - 3

Session Chair: A. Ghobbar, TU Delft
15:00-15:30
Reliability monitoring and modelling based on Weibull Distribution Q. Zhu, A. Ghobbar, TU Delft
15:30-16:00
Maintenance cost forecasting for ageing aircraft R. Bruinsma, A. Ghobbar, TU Delft
16:00-16:30
Evaluation of Aircraft Maintenance and Modification Cost optimization Based on Soft-Time approach Model F. Bulato, A. Ghobbar, TU Delft

Parallel Session 4.4: Value Driven Design (cont.)

Chair: Peter Hollingsworth, University of Manchester
15:00-16:30

Value-Driven Design Simulation

 
16:30-16:35 Closing Ceremony
16:35-18:00 Closing Reception
18:00-19:30 ATOS Scientific Committee Meeting
Proceedings