ATOS 2010


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  
Redesigning Maintenance Processes to Increase Delivery Performance of the A-check for Wide-body Aircraft at KLM E&M J.N. Hooplot, TU Delft
Leaning the material management process of KLM Engineering & Maintenance E. de Gier, W.W.A. Beelaerts van Blokland, TU Delft
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
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
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
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
Bayesian Estimation of Accident Rate, Trend and Uncertainty E.A. Bloem, H.A.P. Blom, NLR
The Passenger Process at Schiphol and the Promise of Biometrics A. van de Rijt, S.C. Santema, TU Delft
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



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
Priority Rules in a Distributed ATM P. Cásek, S.L. Brázdilová, Honeywell
Arrival Trajectory Optimization concerning Noise Impact on Perimeters of Airports H. Yu, J.A. Mulder, TU Delft
Understanding Aspects of Air Transportation Systems through an Agent Based Impact Analysis G. Davies, M. Price, J. Early, P. Connally, Queen's University Belfast 
The ?Catastrophe? of Aerospace Design P. Hollingsworth, University of Mancherster

Technical Session 2.2: Airports

Session Chair: F. van Schaijk, NLR
An Approach to Airport Categorization ? Category Definition and Quantification for Air Traffic Related Simulation Purposes G. Öttl, P. Böck, TU München
The road to airport sustainability K.J.G.A. Pauwel, M. van Hoeve, ADECS Airinfra
Determining Hub Efficiency in Europe, Middle-East and North Africa M.S. Nenem, E.N. Günay, Turkish Airlines 
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
Low-cost  and full-service carrier's effect R. B. Carmona Benitez, G.Lodewijks, TU Delft
Revenue optimization through demand forecasting: A test study at W. Stikvoort, F.M. van der Zwan, TU Delft
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
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
Knowledge-Based Engineering: Conceptual Foundations and Research Issues W.J.C. Verhagen, R. Curran, TU Delft
Sufficient scope in current aircraft technology developments? A.R.C. de Haan, TU Delft
New opportunities for aircraft noise policy in the Netherlands M. Kroese, TU Delft  

 Session 3.2: Airlines

Session Chair: T. Günther, TU Dresden
Significant Turnaround Process Variations due to Airport Characteristics B. Oreschko, M. Schultz,J. Elflein, H. Fricke, TU Dresden
Increasing airline operational robustness H. Wesseling, W.W.A. Beelaerts van Blokland, TU Delft
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
Business Opportunities in Aircraft Cabin Conversion and Refurbishing M. F. Ni??, D. Scholz, Hamburg University of Applied Sciences, 
Asymmetric Traveling Salesman Problem - Near Optimal Real-time Solution P. Richter, O&S Consultancy
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


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
Short-term allocation of Time Windows to Flights through a distributed market-based CDM mechanism L. Castelli, A. Ranieri, R. Pesenti, University of Trieste
Contributions of Advanced Taxi Time Calculation to Airport Operations Efficiency T. Günther, M. Hildebrandt, H. Fricke, M. Strasser, Technische Universität Dresden
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
Emotion Elicitation in Individuals During a Cognitive Task R.J. de Boer, P. Badke-Schaub, S.C. Santema, Hoeschool van Amsterdam
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
Reliability monitoring and modelling based on Weibull Distribution Q. Zhu, A. Ghobbar, TU Delft
Maintenance cost forecasting for ageing aircraft R. Bruinsma, A. Ghobbar, TU Delft
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

Value-Driven Design Simulation

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