The 4th SoAR Symposium is a research forum grounded in the fields of Operations Research and Economics in order to analyse aviation markets and push the boundaries of knowledge forward. The symposium will consist of: (1) invited talks by distinguished keynote speakers; (2) extended presentations and discussions of consolidated research; and (3) “pitch” presentations of research intentions, particularly those developed in the framework of doctoral and postdoctoral projects. The programme will include approximately 12 full paper presentations with dedicated discussants and some early stage presentations.
● Full papers (40-minute presentation and discussion) – extended abstract of maximum 1000 words; full papers corresponding should be made available one month before the symposium.
● Early stage presentations (15-minute presentation and discussion) – short abstract of 200 words.
Researchers wishing to present and discuss their research should send an abstract to the email address email@example.com.
Closing date for abstract submissions: 31 December 2022
The 11th edition of the EUROSIM Congress’s theme is simulation for a sustainable future. As well as a PhD track, contributions are welcomed from a wide range of topic areas, including:
● Agent-Based Simulation
● Supply Chain Management, Logistics and Transportation
● Data Science for Simulation
● Environment and Sustainability Applications
● Simulation Optimisation
Contributions can be submitted as discussion papers (4-page extended abstract) or full papers (max 15-page contribution).
Closing date for extended abstract/full paper submissions: extended to 17 February 2023
Closing date for final paper submissions: extended to 14 April 2023
The European Climate, Infrastructure and Environment Executive Agency (CINEA) has launched a new call under the Connecting Europe Facility, containing provisions for a series of SESAR JU Digital European Sky Demonstrators in the areas of automation and virtualisation. The demonstrators are a key tool to support the SESAR JU’s vision of delivering the Digital European Sky, matching the ambitions of “sustainable and smart mobility” and “Europe fit for the digital age” initiatives. The demonstrators, when selected, are expected to be launched in 2023 and to run until 2026.
CEF SESAR 3 JU call topics:
SESAR-DEMONSTRATORS Common Project One implementation projects – works (CEF-T-2022-SIMOBGEN-SESAR-DSD-CP-WORKS) – closing date for proposal submissions: 18 January 2023
SESAR-DEMONSTRATORS VC – works (CEF-T-2022-SIMOBGEN-SESAR-DSDA-WORKS) – closing date for proposal submissions: 18 January 2023
SESAR-DEMONSTRATORS HLA – works (CEF-T-2022-SIMOBGEN-SESAR-DSDU-WORKS) – closing date for proposal submissions: 18 January 2023
SESAR-DEMONSTRATORS Other SESAR Projects – works (CEF-T-2022-SIMOBGEN-SESAR-DSD-OP-WORKS) – closing date for proposal submissions: 18 January 2023
The United States Federal Aviation Administration and EUROCONTROL are jointly organising the 15th USA/Europe ATM R&D Seminar. This continues a series started in 1997, hosted alternately in Europe and the USA. The ATM R&D Seminars allow the ATM community to share and discuss R&D results and to build consensus on major issues; they have a strong record of creating and reinforcing working and personal relationships amongst leading experts and researchers in the industry.
The 2023 edition of the seminar will take place in Savannah, Georgia, USA between 05 and 09 June 2023; it will provide a platform for researchers to share results that can contribute to current European and US ATM initiatives. All technical sessions of the seminar will be video-recorded and the recordings will subsequently be made available to the community. The seminar itself, however, will be in-person and attendance throughout the event is strongly encouraged.
● Air traffic flow management and optimisation
● 4D Trajectory planning, prediction, and management
● Separation assurance and safety nets
● Advanced communication, surveillance and navigation
● Integrated airport/airside operations
● Economics, finance and policy
● ATM performance measurement and management
● Safety, resilience and security
● Environment and energy efficiency
● Weather in ATM
● Human factors
● Autonomous, unmanned and remotely piloted aircraft systems
● Complexity science, analytics and big data for ATM
Closing date for paper submissions: 05 February 2023
The Aerospace PhD Days, International Congress of PhD students in Aerospace Science and Engineering is organised by the Italian Association of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIDAA). PhD students will have the opportunity to share their activities with an international network of young researchers. The Aerospace PhD Days are open to any PhD student in Aerospace Science and Engineering or with a PhD topic in the aerospace field. PhDs who graduated in 2023 are welcome too. In order to participate, an extended abstract on the PhD topic or part of it (between 2 and 4 pages) must be submitted.
Closing date for abstract submissions: 28 February 2023