ATOS 2011

 Monday, March 28, 2011
9:00 - 9:10Opening Ceremony (LR-B)
9:10 - 9:40Keynote Speech 1 (LR-B)
KLM Keynote
 Industry Session 1 (LR-B, LR-C, LR-D)
9:40 - 11:00KLM Engineering & Maintenance
11:00 - 11:30Coffee Break (Location: LR Restaurant)
 Technical Session 1
11:30 - 12:451.1 (LR-B)1.2 (LR-C)1.3 (LR-D)
Aircraft Design & Future ConceptsAir Transport EconomicsMRO 1
12:45 - 13:45Lunch
13:45 - 14:15Keynote Speech 2 (LR-B)
Low Cost Carrier Keynote
 Industry Session 2
14:15 - 15:152.1 (LR-C)2.2 (LR-D)
Maintenance, Repair & OverhaulKnowledge Based Engineering
15:15 - 15:45Coffee Break (LR Restaurant)
 Technical Session 2
15:45 - 17:302.1 (LR-B)2.2 (LR-C)
Air Transport & EnvironmentSafety
17:30 - 18:00Keynote Speech 3 (LR-B)
 LVNL Keynote
18:00 - 18:45Transportation to banquet
18:45 - 23:00KLM Banquet (Prinsenkelder, Delft)
 Tuesday, March 29, 2011
9:00 - 9:10Opening (LR-B)
9:10 - 9:40Keynote Speech 4 (Location: LR-B)
NACO Keynote
 Industry Session 3
9:40 - 11:003.1 (LR-C)3.2 (LR-D)
Airport Business Suite & Air Mercury Demo'sIntroduction to Value Driven Design
11:00 - 11:30Coffee Break
 Technical Session 3
11:30 - 12:453.1 (LR-B)3.2 (LR-C)3.3 (LR-D)
Aircraft LifecycleValue Engineering 1Personal Air Transportation Systems
12:45 - 13:45Lunch
13:45 - 14:15Keynote Speech 5 (LR-B)
Boeing Advanced Systems Keynote
14:15 - 15:15Value Driven Design panel discussion (LR-B)
15:15 - 15:45Coffee Break (LR Restaurant)
 Technical Session 4
15:45 - 17:304.1 (LR-B)4.2 (LR-C)4.3 (LR-D)
Airports & ATMValue Engineering 2MRO 2
17:30 - 17:50NLR Keynote (LR-B)
17:30 - 17:55Closing Ceremony (LR-B)
17:55 - 19:00Reception (LR Atmosphere)
19:00 - 20:00ATOS Scientific Committee Meeting
Note: Activity locations are given between parentheses!
The main location for ATOS 2011 is TU Delft, Faculty of Aerospace Engineering, Kluyverweg 1, 2629 HS Delft, The Netherlands

Technical Session 1

Monday, 28 March 2011


Session 1.1: Aircraft Design & Future Concepts
11:30 - 12:45 (LR-B)
Session Chair: M. Price / Co-chair: P. Roling
A. de Graaff
Think out of the box
Y.G. Özen
The Quest for Unmanned Transportation and Role of Governments 
S. Langmaak
Strategic Jet Engine System in light of Uncertain Fuel and Carbon Prices 
Session 1.2: Air Transport Economics
11:30 - 12:45 (LR-C)
Session Chair: D. Soban / Co-chair: F. van der Zwan
R. Ariaans
Development of a customer value forecasting tool for commercial aircraft wing movables 
W.G. Miksa
Air Cargo information platform 
Session 1.3: Maintenance, Repair & Overhaul - 1
11:30 - 12:45 (LR-D)
Session Chair: H. Appel / Co-chair: S. Ghijs
Forecasting maintenance by monitoring usage, loads or condition 
R.J. de Boer
Identification of the requirements for a handheld computer in aviation maintenance 
R. Rakers
The influence of sustainment contract types on aero engine reliability 



Technical Session 2

Monday, 28 March 2011


Session 2.1: Air Transport & Environment
15:45 - 17:30 (LR-B)
Session Chair: D. Rohacs / Co-chair: D. Visser
G. Davies
Noise level implementation in an agent-based impact analysis of an air traffic management system   
M.L. Braakenburg
A Multi-Event Trajectory Optimization Methodology for the Design of Community Noise Optimized RNAV Approach Routes 
T. Snijders
Emissions testing on Gas-to-Liquid kerosene blends 
D.S. Zachary
A decision platform for multi-impact approach to aviation community noise 
Session 2.2: Safety 
15:45 - 17:30 (LR-C)
Session Chair: T. Tinga / Co-chair: J. Stoop
P. van Meer
Systemic Safety Investigations for aerospace MRO's 
A. Dijkstra
Using the concept of Safety Culture to improve the Safety Management System of KLM E&M 
C. De Zanna
Safer by design. Towards a conceptual assessment of safety 
J.A.A.M. Stoop
From factor to vector, a transition in safety investigations 



Technical Session 3

Tuesday, 29 March 2011


Session 3.1: Aircraft Lifecycle
11:30 - 12:45 (LR-B)
Session Chair: T. Flouris / Co-chair: J. Stoop
K. Franz
A methodical approach to assess the aircraft life cycle 
C. Fanthorpe
Manufacturing Considerations within Conceptual and Preliminary Aircraft Design 
R. Wijnen
Bringing People Together To Strategically Plan An Airport’s Development  
Session 3.2: Value Engineering - 1
11:30 - 12:45 (LR-C)
Session Chair: P. Hollingsworth / Co-chair: W. Beelaerts van Blokland
P. Collopy
Valuing Capacity in Air Transportation 
J. Butterfield
Digital Methods for Process Development in Manufacturing and Their Relevance to Value Driven Design 
C. Mullan
A study of Aircraft Subsystem Impacts within a Value Driven Design Framework 
Session 3.3: PATS
11:30 - 12:45 (LR-D)
Session Chair: K. Franz / Co-chair: A. Ghobbar
B.D. Dziugiel
Small aircraft transport systems as a chance for local and regional airports. 
Jef Geudens
The development of a multimodal choice model to estimate demand for personal air transport in Europe
D. Rohacs
An Emission Model to Assess the Environmental Load of Different Personal Aircraft Configurations 
Technical Session 4

Tuesday, 29 March 2011


Session 4.1: Airports & ATM
15:45 - 17:30 (LR-B)
Session Chair: D.S. Zachary / Co-chair: P. Roling
H. Appel
Overcoming limitations on data availabillity regarding airport and aircraft ground processes 
B. Oreschko
Skill Analysis of Ground Handling Staff and Delay Impacts for Turnaround Modelling 
T. Flouris
The Integration of sustainability risk into airport business and management 
R. Martens
Benchmarking the efficiency of terminal processes at regional airports 
Session 4.2: Value Engineering - 2
15:45 - 17:30 (LR-C)
Session Chair: P. Collopy / Co-chair: R. Curran
J. Cheung
Understanding the Potential Use of Value-Driven Design: Some Challenges in Industry  
P. Hollingsworth
An Investigation of Value Modelling for Commercial Aircraft 
D. Soban
Defining a Research Agenda in Value Driven Design: Questions That Need to be Asked 
B. Schumann
Evaluating design decisions in real-time using operations modelling  
Session 4.3: Maintenance, Repair & Overhaul - 2
15:45 - 17:30 (LR-D)
Session Chair: J. Butterfield / Co-chair: A. Ghobbar
C. Rijsdijk 
Election of a hypothesis asserting that supportability implies quality 
P. van Langen
Validation of a new method for ultrasonic structural health monitoring using advanced signal analysis  
P.N.C.S. van der Zwet
A comparative study of reliability and maintainability analysis and neural networks for prediction of sheet metal repairs during C-checks on Boeing 747 aircraft 
A. Kik
Simulate the human factor 



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