The trade-off between taxi time and fuel consumption in airport ground movement • S. Ravizza, J. Chen, J. A. D. Atkin, P. Stewart and E. K. Burke Public Transport: Volume 5, Issue 1 (2013), Page 25-40 http://www.springerlink.com/openurl.asp?genre=article&id=doi:10.1007/s12469-013-0060-1 Abstract Environmental issues play an important role across many sectors. This is particularly the case in the air […]
The School of Engineering was today saying goodbye to Jill Stewart, founding member and Head of School. Jill joined the University in 2009, and is now leaving to join the University of Chester as Professor of Mechanical Engineering, and founding Head of Electrical and Mechanical Engineering. Oil giant Shell donated its largest R&D centre in […]
Following the zetigeist of open research and publishing, I’m going to start blogging my current modelling and simulation experiments around the kinetic aspects of gold nano particles. starting off simply, I will be charting the progress of developing both mathematical and control system models and will regularly update from my ‘Messy Simulation Lab’. So (with […]
Following their successful Regional Growth Fund bid to develop an R&D centre at their Lincoln site, a team from Bifrangi headed by General Manager Barry Jackson were hosted in a visit today by Professor Paul Stewart. The Bifrangi team toured the Engineering Hub facilities including the Laser Group’s surface treatment facilities.
We are delighted to welcome Dr Zhaohui Cen who has recently arrived to work with Prof Paul Stewart on the EU FP7 Transport ACHEON Project. Dr Cen joins the project from the UAE University where he was researching into Control of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles. In 2005, 2007 and 2011, he received BSc, MSc and Ph.D […]