SoAR - Second Symposium on Aviation Research

 

SoAR 2021

Online Workshop – 5th and 6th February 2021

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Zoom online platform: Central European Time (CET)

The Symposium on Aviation Research (SoAR) series was recently launched as a forum grounded in the fields of Operations Research and Economics to present and discuss, in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere, cutting-edge academic aviation research.

Program: Two panel sessions are planned

5th February

Time (CET)

Authors

Topic

Discussant

14:00

Y. Xu,
N. Adler,
S. Wandelt,
X. Sun

Competitive integrated flight schedule design
with application to Chinese markets

V. Vaze
(Darmouth College)

14:35

J. Costa,
A.R. Andrade,
S. Kalakou

Public service obligations (PSOs) in air
transport: a benchmarking exercise to European PSOs

N. Adler
(Hebrew University of Jerusalem)

15:10

Coffee/Tea/Spirit break

15:30

Y. Wu,
A. Lange,
B. Mantin

Contracting strategies for price competing firms under
uncertainty

B. Zou
(University of Illinois Chicago)

16:05

I. Ruiz-Gauna,
G. Gangemi,
M. Whittome,
I. Galarraga

Calculating the total cost
per minute of delay in Europe: a different approach

A. Cook
(University of Westminster)

16:40

End Day #1

 
6th February

Time (CET)

Authors

Topic

Discussant

14:00

C. Roucolle,
M. Urdanoz

Airline scheduling: learning from past errors

R. Florez-Fillol
(Universitat Rovire-i-Virgili)

14:35

I. Mayers,
S. Proost,
E. Delhaye

Climate ambitions for European aviation: where can biofuels bring us?

G. Martini
(Università di Bergamo)

15:10

Coffee/Tea/Spirit break

15:30

N. Mijovic,
M. Renold,
J. Kuljanin

Prediction of airline net profit cycles in the context of COVID19 crises

F. Allroggen
(MIT)

16:05

A.S. Bergantino,
M. Intini

Airports' effects on the environment and consequences for health: evidence from a cas study

M. Alderighi
(Università Valle d'Aosta)

16:40

Farewell

For further information, please visit SoAR website: http://www.symposiumsoar.org/

Participation link to all events: Zoom link

Organized by University of Bergamo. For information and help for connection contact: gianmarco.andreana@unibg.it

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