AETN Airport Energy Technologies Network event at University of Lincoln 8th and 9th September 2011

AETN Air Transport Research Workshop

Air Transport Research Workshop – University of Lincoln

School of Engineering – 8th and 9th September 2011

Attendance is free – please contact Denise Bateman dbateman@lincoln.ac.uk to register.

AETN Website: www.energy-institute.eu/AETN

AETN Blog: www.energy-institute.eu/wordpress

Funded by EPSRC

About AETN The workshop is organised by the EPSRC funded Airport Energy Technologies Network (AETN), which was founded in 2008 to develop the low carbon energy research community and its links with the key industrial and commercial players in the Airport, Airline and Aeronautical industries. The Network participants are conducting research projects which represent high value to commerce and industry in terms of energy efficiency, reduced emissions, and compliance with future operating practices and legislation.

AGENDA

Day 1 – 8th September 2011

Current research activity in the AETN Network

10.30  Arrival and coffee

11.00-11.30  Introduction and welcome – Prof Paul Stewart

11.30-12.00  Energy and indoor environmental control of airport   buildings

12.00-12.30  Environmental investment toolkit

12.30-13.00  Surface access and environmental change

Lunch and networking

14.00-14.30  Changing airflow over the airfield (baffles)

14.30-15.00  Energy recovery from landing aircraft

15.00-15.30  EU FP7 Multibody Advanced Airship for Transport MAAT   Project – Prof Paul Stewart

Coffee and networking

16.00-17.00  AETN meeting roundup

  • Transportation Research Board paper/Energies Journal   special issue
  • Website/Blog/JiscMail – Dr Tim Ryley/Prof Paul Stewart

 

Day 2 – 9th September 2011

Forming Future Collaborative Research

10.00-10.30  Arrival and coffee

10.30-11.00  Roundup and intro – Dr Tim Ryley/Prof Paul Stewart

11.00-11.30  Integrating and automating airport operations

11.30-12.30  Improvements in Airport Operations by Enhanced   Runway Sequencing and Pushback Time Allocation–   Professor Edmund Burke, University of Nottingham

Lunch and networking

13.30-14.00  Social network research –  Prof Shaun Lawson, University   of Lincoln

14.00-15.30   EU FP7 Transport (Including avionics) Call   – Prof Paul   Stewart

Coffee and networking

15.45-close   Collaborative Research Round Table – Paul/Tim

 

Contact the AETN

Please contact Denise Bateman, the AETN Co-ordinator 
email: dbateman@lincoln.ac.uk

AETN Director

Professor Paul Stewart – Pro Vice Chancellor Research

School of Engineering

University of Lincoln LN6 7TS

email: pstewart@lincoln.ac.uk

AETN Co-director

Dr Tim Ryley – Senior Lecturer in Transport Studies

Dept. Civil and Building Engineering

University of Loughborough LE11 3TU

Email: t.j.ryley@lboro.ac.uk

Tel +44 1509 223422


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