ATOS 2012

Programme
             
ATOS 2012 - FINAL PROGRAMME
             
 Monday, June 18, 2012
8:00 - 8:45Registration with coffee
8:45 - 9:00Opening Ceremony by Jacco Hoekstra & Ricky Curran  (LR-B)
9:00 - 10:00Keynote Speech 1 & 2  (LR-B)
Rene de Groot(KLM) & Pierre Bachelier (Airbus)
 Session 1 : Academic
10:00 - 11:151.1 (LR-B)1.2 (LR-C)1.3 (LR-D)
 IMAPP: Health monitoringValue Driven DesignATM ComplexWorld 1
11:15 - 11:30Coffee Break (Location: LR Restaurant)
 Session 2: Panel Session  (LR-B)
11:30 - 12:30Role of integration in future air transport
Akbar Sultan (NASA), Pablo Perez Illana (EU), Rene de Groot (KLM E&M), J.P Clarke (GeorgiaTech), Mark Hansen (Berkeley)
12:30 - 13:30Lunch
13:30 - 14:00Keynote Speech 3 
Akbar Sultan (NASA)
 Session 3: Industry
14:00 - 15:003.1 (LR-B)3.2 (LR-C)3.3 (LR-D)3.4 (LR-F)3.4 (LR-H)3.4 (LR-E)
IMAPP: NFF now - futureKLM / Kenya AL panelComplexWorldKLMKLMKLM Fleet development
15:00 - 15:30Coffee Break (LR Restaurant)
 Session 4: Academic
15:30 - 17:104.1 (LR-B)4.2 (LR-C)4.3 (LR-D)4.4 (LR-F)
 IMAPP: No Fault FoundAir Transport SafetyATM ComplexWorld 2Airport operations
17:10 - 17:40Keynote Speech 4  (LR-B)
 Christiane Bruynooghe (EU)
17:40 - 19:00Airbus Welcome Reception
19:30 - 23:00Organising Committee Meeting
             
 Tuesday, June 19, 2012
8:45 - 9:00Opening Day 2 (LR-B)
9:00 - 10:00Keynote Speech 5 & 6  (LR-B)
Mark Hansen (Berkeley University)
Henk Akkermans (UvT / World Class Maintenance) 
 Session 5: Industry
10:00 - 11:005.1 (LR-B)5.2 (LR-C)5.3 (LR-D)5.4 (LR-F)
NASARoyal Netherlands Air ForceComplexWorldStall Shield
11:00 - 11:30Coffee Break
 Session 6: Academic
11:30 - 13:106.1 (LR-B)6.2 (LR-C)6.3 (LR-D)6.4 (LR-F)
IMAPP: Life cycle managementValue Operations MethodologyATM PerformanceComplexWorld
13:10 - 14.15Lunch or Travel to Schiphol (plus packed lunch during journey)
14:15 - 16:15Visit to Schiphol / KLM Visit TU Delft Faculty of AEVisit City of Delft
             
16:15 - 16:45Travel to Delft Centre
17.00 - 18.30Canal tour Delft
         
18:30 - 19:15Transportation to banquet
19:30 - 23:00KLM Banquet (Lindenhof, Delft)
21.00 - 22:00ATOS Awards Ceremony
             
 Wednesday, June 20, 2012
9:00 - 9:10Opening Day 3 (LR-B)
9:10 - 10:10Keynote Speech 8 & 9  (LR-B)
ASDA (2)
 Session 7: Industry
10:10 - 11:107.1 (LR-B)7.2 (LR-C)7.3 (LR-D)7.4 (LR-F)
Introduction to fast, selective and highly mobile aircraft paint strippingIntroduction to VDD
(Paul Collopy)
ASDA KeynotesNASA
(Banavar Shridar)
11:10 - 11:40Coffee Break
 Session 8: Academic
11:30 - 13:108.1 (LR-B)8.2 (LR-C)8.3 (LR-D)8.4 (LR-F)
IMAPP: Flying TestbedsAirline operationsASDAIMAPP: NFF panel
13:10 - 14:10Lunch
 Session 9: Industry
14:10 - 15:159.1 (LR-B)9.2 (LR-C)9.3 (LR-D)9.4 (LR-F)
Fokker SPAIATA Air Mercury NGASDA panel discussionSystems Engineering
15:15 - 15:45Coffee Break
 Session 10: Academic
15:45 - 17:2510.1 (LR-B)10.2 (LR-C)10.3 (LR-D)
 IMAPP: Special Purpose Aircraft Value Engineering ASDA+Airport
17:25 - 17:55Keynote Speech 11  (LR-B)
 John-Paul Clarke (GeorgiaTech)
 Closing Reception
17:55 - 19:00(LR Atmosphere)
18:00 - 23.00 Organising Committee final debrief
             
Note: Activity locations are given between parentheses!
The main location for ATOS 2012 is TU Delft, Faculty of Aerospace Engineering, Kluyverweg 1, 2629 HS Delft, The Netherlands

 


 Academic Session 1Academic Session 1Academic Session 1
 Session 1.1: IMAPP: Health monitoringSession 1.2: Value Driven DesignSession 1.3: ATM ComplexWorld 1
 Monday 18-06, 10:00 - 11:15Monday 18-06, 10:00 - 11:15Monday 18-06, 10:00 - 11:15
 Jens Strahmann (Airbus Bremen)
Stephan Hollmann (Pacific Aviation & Lease Management, Inc)
Danielle Soban (Queens University Belfast)Hartmut Helmke (German Aerospace Center (DLR))
Henk Blom (NLR & Delft University of Technology)
10:00Nico B. Hölzel, Christopher Schröder, Thomas Schilling and Volker Gollnick Paul Collopy and Cristina Poleacovschi Tibor Bosse, Alexei Sharpanskykh, Jan Treur, Henk Blom and Sybert Stroeve 
 Nico Hölzel (German Aerospace Center (DLR))Paul Collopy (University of Alabama in Huntsville)Alexei Sharpanskykh (VU University Amsterdam)
 A Maintenance packaging and scheduling optimization method for future aircraft Validating Value-Driven Design Modelling of Human Performance-Related Hazards in ATM 
10:25Paul van der Zwet Seng Seng Heng, Mark Price, Roy Douglas and David Thornhill Andreas Heidt and Olga Gluchshenko 
 Paul van der Zwet (Delft University of Technology)Seng Heng (Queens University Belfast)Andreas Heidt (FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg)
 A comparative study including reliability and maintainability analysis and reliability growth modelling to accurately predict the sheet metal repair workload on Boeing 747-400 C-checks Value Driven Design in Automotive Transport Systems From uncertainty to robustness and system's resilience in ATM: a case study 
10:50 Ron Van Baaren Soufiane Bouarfa, Henk Blom and Ricky Curran 
  Ron van Baaren (ADSE consulting and engineering)Ricky Curran (Delft University of Technology)
  How improve operational availability and cost effectiveness using a pragmatic RAMS Value Driven Design effort: a Military Helicopter Case Study. Airport Performance Modeling using an Agent-Based Approach 
 Academic Session 4Academic Session 4Academic Session 4Academic Session 4
 Session 4.1:  IMAPP: No Fault FoundSession 4.2: Air Transport SafetySession 4.3: ATM ComplexWorld 2Session 4.4: Airport operations
 Monday 18-06, 15:30 - 17:10Monday 18-06, 15:30 - 17:10Monday 18-06, 15:30 - 17:10Monday 18-06, 15:30 - 17:10
 Lori Fischer (AIAA-PSTC (IMAPP) - Woodward)
Adel Ghobbar (Delft University of Technology)
Ron van Baaren (ADSE consulting and engineering)Henk Blom (NLR & Delft University of Technology)
Hartmut Helmke (German Aerospace Center (DLR))
Jesper Bronsvoort (Airservices Australia)
15:30Bernhard Meyer Marco Franke, Dennis Gerke, Carl Hans and Klaus-Dieter Thoben Mariken Everdij, Henk Blom, Hicham Zmarrou and Bert Bakker Michael Arntzen 
 Bernhard Meyer (Philotech)Marco Franke (BIBA - Bremer Institut für Produktion und Logistik GmbH)Mariken Everdij (National Aerospace Laboratory (NLR))Michael Arntzen (National Aerospace Laboratory (NLR))
 NFF - Who is to be blamed? Unravelling the Mysteries of NFF Method-driven test case generation for functional system verification Agent-Based Safety Risk Analysis of Time Based Operation in Future TMA Flyover noise synthesis for the Virtual Community Noise Simulator 
15:55Jim Saltigerald Veit Voges and Gerhard Hüttig Nataliya Mogles, Sybert Stroeve and Bert Bakker Maximilian Richter, Fisch Florian and Florian Holzapfel 
 Jim Saltigerald (Air Wisconsin)Veit Voges (Institute of Technology Berlin, (TU Berlin))Nataliya Mogles (VU University Amsterdam)Maximilian Richter (Technische Universität München, Institute of Flight System Dynamics)
 Managing the NFF Phenomenon – A Practical Structured Approach Aviation Security in the Digital Age: Can Security Benefit from Wireless Communication Technologies in Passenger Air Transport Processes? Analysis of accident risk related events and the roles of agents in conflict recognition and resolution during a runway incursion scenario Noise-minimal landing and take-off trajectories under procedural and safety regulations 
16:20Mitch Klink John Stoop and Jan De Kroes Lorenzo Castelli, Luca Corolli and Guglielmo Lulli Yu-Hern Chang, Kitty Wu and Ya-Chi Lin 
 Mitch Klink (FedEx)John Stoop (Delft University of Technology)Lorenzo Castelli (University of Trieste)Kitty Wu (Department of Transportation and Communications Management Science, National Cheng Kung University)
 USING AN LRU QUARANTINE PROGRAM TO REDUCE COSTS ASSOCIATED WITH NO FAULT FOUND Stall shield devices, an innovative approach to stall recovery? The impact of airlines’ collaboration in Air Traffic Flow Management Traveler expectation and airport service improvement: Kaohsiung International Airport, Taiwan 
16:45Chris Rijsdijk  Natalia Alexandrov Ashley Nunes and Ian Cook 
 Pete Kines (National Research Centre for the Working Environment) Natalia Alexandrov (NASA Langley Research Center)Ashley Nunes (ISA SOFTWARE LLC)
 An attempt to quantitatively underpin the rationality of maintenance support  Control of Future Air Traffic Systems via Complexity Bound Management Air Traffic Control Complexity and performance: Examining relationships based on terminal area radar data 
 Academic Session 6Academic Session 6Academic Session 6Academic Session 6
 Session 6.1: IMAPP: Life cycle managementSession 6.2: Value Operations MethodologySession 6.3: ATM PerformanceSession 6.4: Complexworld
 Tuesday 19-06, 11:30 - 13:10Tuesday 19-06, 11:30 - 13:10Tuesday 19-06, 11:30 - 13:10Tuesday 19-06, 11:30 - 13:10
 Jens Strahmann (Airbus Bremen)
Stephan Hollmann (Pacific Aviation & Lease Management, Inc)
Peter Hollingsworth (University of Manchester)Lorenzo Castelli (University of Trieste) 
11:30Thomas Schilling, Nico B. Hölzel and Stephan Langhans Frank Smulders, Ricky Curran and Frank van der Zwan Hugo De Jonge, Geert Mulder and Dries Visser Case Studies from an operational point of view
 Thomas Schilling (Institute of Air Transportation Systems, Hamburg University of Technology)Frank Smulders (Air Transport and Operations - Delft University of Technology)Geert Mulder (Delft University of Technology)Juan F. Moya (ATCO Barcelona)
 Cost-Benefit Evaluation of Aircraft Maintenance Base-Checks Downtime and Cost A Value-Operations-based methodology for the development of airport concepts for the year 2050 Subliminal Control on CDA final descent operations High Complexity en-route sectors: Levante (LVG) A case of study
11:55William Pyfferoen, Adel Ghobbar, Dries Visser and T.M. Kerkhof Ricky Curran, Khanh Dinh, Edwin Van Calck and Paul Roling Hejar Gürlük, Dirk Schulze Kissing and Maria Uebbing-Rumke Case Studies from an operational point of view
 William Pyfferoen (Delft University of Technology)Ricky Curran (Delft University of Technology)Maria Uebbing-Rumke (DLR, Institute of Flight Guidance)Marcel Richard (Operational Requirements & Acceptance Expert, EUROCONTROL)
 Development of a Maintenance Decision Model to Optimize for Technical Reliability – a component approach Simulation of Taxiway System Maintenance to Optimize Airport Operational Value Adaptive Automation Support for Time-Based Operations in ATC The Network Manager experience’
12:20Bengt Brötzmann, Rene Waldheuer and Benjamin Hinz James Briggs, Yan Jin, Mark Price and Robert Burke Dennis Nieuwenhuisen  
 -James Briggs (Queens University Belfast)Dennis Nieuwenhuisen (R&D Engineer NLR) 
 Life Cycle criteria in Space cabin - special challenge and new ergonomics Scheduling a hybrid flowshop with parallel machines for aircraft assembly production Optimizing Nightly Schiphol Traffic through Time Based Operations  
12:45Werner Granzeier Claudia Mullan, Mark Price, Danielle Soban and Christine Fanthorpe Greg Mcdonald and Jesper Bronsvoort  
 -Claudia Mullan (Queens University Belfast)Jesper Bronsvoort (Airservices Australia) 
 INDUSTRIAL DESIGN OUTLOOK – Life Cycle cabin Management Surplus Value Sensitivity and Subsystem Analysis Concept of Operations for Air Traffic Management by Managing Uncertainty through Multiple Metering Points  
Academic Session 8Academic Session 8Academic Session 8Session 8
Session 8.1: IMAPP: Flying TestbedsSession 8.2: Airline operationsSession 8.3: ASDASession 8.4: IMAPP NFF panel
Wednesday 20-06, 11:30 - 13:10Wednesday 20-06, 11:30 - 13:10Wednesday 20-06, 11:30 - 13:10Wednesday 20-06, 11:30 - 13:10
Jens Strahmann (Airbus Bremen)
Stephan Hollmann (Pacific Aviation & Lease Management, Inc)
Mark Price (Queens University Belfast)  
11:30Gerold Tabken Erik Den Hartigh, Hatice Kucukonal and Bas Verheij Florian Fisch, Matthias Bittner and Florian Holzapfel 11:30 - Lori Fischer
Gerold Tabken (Consulting Engineer Aeronautics)Erik den Hartigh (Ozyegin University and Delft University of Technology)Maximilian Richter (Technische Universität München, Institute of Flight System Dynamics) 
Noseboom attachment for research and industrial purposes The Turkish Aviation System and the Strategy of Turkish Airlines Optimal Scheduling of Fuel-Minimal Approach Trajectories  
11:55Herwig Zieger Arthur Dijkstra Meilin Schaper, Marco Temme, Lothar Christoffels, Olga Gluchshenko and Andreas Pick 12:00 - Bernhard Meyer
Gerold Tabken (Consulting Engineer Aeronautics)Arthur Dijkstra (Delft University of Technology)Meilin Schaper (German Aerospace Center (DLR)) 
Qualification/Certification of Nose boom installation for research and industrial purposes Safety Management as Integrated Aspect of Airline Management Coupling of ATM Planning Systems with Different Time Horizons  
12:20Reiner Kickert Jennifer van Horn and Sicco Santema Isabelle Laplace 12:30 - Plenary Session 
Reiner Kickert (Leichtwerk AG)Jennifer van Horn (KLM Royal Dutch Airlines / Delft University of Technology)Pete Kines (National Research Centre for the Working Environment) 
Modification and Certification of Research Aircraft Moonshine: employee-involved workplace innovation Future strategies for airports  
12:45Raj K. Nangia Arjan Stander, Maria Boersma, Mark Overeijnder and Robert Jan de Boer   
Raj Nangia (Nangia Aero Associate)Arjan Stander (Amsterdam University of Applied Science)  
Aircraft Efficiency & Operations, comparing Civil and Military Types – Opportunities for SPA and Demonstrators Applying proved methods in a new environment: the case of LEAN in business aviation MRO   
Academic Session 10Academic Session 10Academic Session 10
Session 10.1: IMAPP: Special Purpose AircraftSession 10.2: Value EngineeringSession 10.3: ASDA+Airport
Wednesday 20-06, 15:45 - 17:25Wednesday 20-06, 15:45 - 17:25Wednesday 20-06, 15:45 - 17:25
Jens Strahmann (Airbus Bremen)
Stephan Hollmann (Pacific Aviation & Lease Management, Inc)
Paul Collopy (University of Alabama in Huntsville) 
15:45Jean Blondeau Yan Jin, Matilde Freijo Troncoso, Ruben Abella, Enrique Ares, James Briggs, Mark Price and Robert Burke Peter Nolte, Arno Apffelstaedt and Volker Gollnick 
Jean Blondeau (FTI Group)James Briggs (Queens University Belfast)Peter Nolte (German Aerospace Center (DLR))
Modification of Military Aircrafts for Fire Fighting Operations New similarity metric for mixed production of aircraft assembly Quantitative Assessment of Technology Impact on Aviation Fuel Eciency 
16:10Jean Blondeau Christine Fanthorpe, Danielle Soban, Mark Price, Claudia Mullan and Peter Hollingsworth Hu Li and William Gale 
Jean Blondeau (FTI Group)Christine Fanthorpe (Queens University Belfast)Hu Li (Leeds University)
Coexistence of Entertainment and Instrumentation WiFi in Aircrafts Predicting Foreseeable Uncertainty Using a Value Driven Design Methodology Analysis of Removal and Decomposition Pathways of Vaporized Hydrogen Peroxide (VHP) for Aircraft Decontamination Operation 
16:35Arun Karwal and Xander In 'T Veld Colin Quinn, Danielle Soban and Mark Price Faramarz Golmohammadi and Aliasghar Mehdizadeh Dastjerdi 
Arun Karwal (National Aerospace Laboratory (NLR))Colin Quinn (Queens University Belfast)Aliasghar Mehdizadeh Dastjerdi (Linköping University)
Upgrading a multi-mission research aircraft Value Driven Design In The Presence Of Fuzzy Requirements The Economic Analysis of Satellite-Based CNS/ATM Application in Iranian Air Transportation 
17:00Michael Weisel Peter Hollingsworth and Dipesh Patel  
Michael Weisel (FTI Group)Peter Hollingsworth (University of Manchester) 
Wireless Sensor networks for Flight Test Instrumentation. (Radio based and light based networks) Development of a Surplus Value Parameter for Use in Initial Aircraft Conceptual Design  
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