A workshop jointly organised by the SESAR Workpackage E SATURN and ACCESS projects.
|Date:||Thursday 20 March 2014.|
|Venue:||University of Westminster, 309 Regent Street, London W1B 2HW.|
|Aimed at:||Stakeholders from airlines, airports, slot coordinators, air navigation service providers, European and national policy makers and regulators. Professionals from industry and academia are equally welcome.|
Workshop material can be downloaded here.
|0930-1015||Registration (refreshments available)|
|1015-1030||Welcome and introduction to the workshop||Prof Geoffrey Petts, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Westminster and Dr Andrew Cook, Principal Research Fellow, University of Westminster|
|1030-1045||Airspace demand management - an introduction to the SATURN project||Dr Lorenzo Castelli, Assistant Professor in Operations Research and SATURN project coordinator, University of Trieste|
|1045-1100||New approaches to airport slot allocation - an introduction to the ACCESS project||Ricardo Herranz, Managing Director and ACCESS project coordinator, Nommon Solutions and Technologies|
|1100-1130||Equity and choice - the urban road pricing experience||Prof Peter Jones, Professor of Transport and Sustainable Development, University College London|
|1200-1230||Strategic airport slot allocation: issues and reform||Dr Arturo Benito, Head of Air Transport Department, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid|
|1230-1300||Driving future ATM performance with variable pricing||Dr Andrea Ranieri, Consultant, Advanced Logistics Group/Indra|
|1300-1310||Explanation of break-out discussion sessions||Dr Andrew Cook|
|1310-1410||Light buffet lunch (complementary)|
Four parallel break-out sessions will discuss airspace (A, B) and airport (C, D) challenges:
(Participants will be invited on the day to choose which discussion group they would like to join)
|Each discussion group has an expert facilitator (from Manchester Airport, NATS, Nommon Solutions and Technologies and the University of Trieste), assisted by a co-facilitator|
|1605-1650||The way ahead for airport and airspace management?
(Panel discussion based on break-out session outcomes)
|The panel consists of the four break-out facilitators, with the discussion chaired by Dr Colin Meckiff, Head of Unit, Long-Term and Innovative Research, EUROCONTROL|
|1650-1700||Close and summary of next steps||Dr Andrew Cook|
|Opportunity for further informal discussions and networking|