Programme 2010

ASDA Seminar 2010       

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Do we have the right methods and techniques to assess the future human role in the new ATM environment in order to improve the performance?

3rd and 4th November 2010

Location: University Parthenope of Naples (ITALY)


Preliminary Programme 

Day 1 – Wednesday 3rd November 2010


12,00 – 13,30 Participants registration

 

Opening

13,30 – 13,50 Seminar opening and welcome
(ASDA chairman and host institutions)

 

Technical session 1

13,50 – 14,20 M. Hilscher – EASA, European Human Factors Advisory Group, Key note speech 1
HF and ATM Research

14,20 – 14,50 R. Zon – NLR
A set of tools for assessing Human Factors aspects of new technologies

14,50 – 15,20 Coffee break

15,20 – 15,50 M. Baumgartner – IFATCA, Key note speech 2
HF and Controller involvement (tentative title)

15,50 – 16,20 O. Burov, A. Skripetz, O. Klimenko – Ukraine National Aviation  University
Day-to-day check and prediction of a human performance

16,20 – 16,50 Marcus Biella – DLR
Methods and Techniques derived by lessons learnt in EMMA2

16,50 – 17,00 Session chairman
Session 1 wrap-up

17,00 End of seminar day 1

 

Social event

18,00 – 20,30 Guided tour in the city

20,30             Dinner at Il Transatlantico restaurant, on the sea, in the Borgo Marinari district with a panoramic view of Vesuvius and the Gulf

 

Day 2 – Thursday 4th November 2010


Technical session 2

9,00 – 9,30     G.C. Ferrara – SESAR JU, Key note speech 3
HF Validation and measurement in SESAR

9,30 – 10,00   G. Duca, E. Attaianese – University of Naples Federico II
Open issues in human performances assessment in Model Based  Simulations for present and future ATM systems

10,00 – 10,30 Plenary Discussion
“Do we have the right methods and techniques to assess the future human role in the new ATM environment ?”

10,30 – 11,00 Coffee break

11,00 – 11,30 R. Curran, F. Van der Zwan, F. Smulders – TU Delft
Evaluation of Airport System of Systems from a Human Stakeholder Perspective using a Value Operations Methodology (VOM) Assessment Framework

11,30 – 12,00 E. D’Amato, G. del Core, G. Duca – University Parthenope of Naples
Development of an ant colony optimization algorithm to improve maintenance process efficiency

12,00 – 12,30 S. Conversy, H. Gaspard-Boulinc (Universite de Toulouse/ ENAC/ IRIT), S. Chatty, S. Vales (IntuiLab), C. Dupre, C. Ollagnon (Intactile Design)
Supporting Air Traffic Control collaboration with a TableTop System

Seminar closure

12,30 – 13,00 Session chairman and ASDA chairman
Final discussion, wrap-up and closing remarks


The Guidelines for Authors and Speakers can be downloaded here.