ART Workshop on Weather and Atmospheric Science

25 April 2017

The Agency Research Team (ART) workshop on ‘Weather and Atmospheric Science’ took place on 25 April 2017 kindly hosted by the University of Westminster at their Marylebone Road campus.

Eleven presentations by industry, academia, airlines and air navigation service providers (ANSPs) were featured in three sessions:

  • The impact of weather, 
  • Meteo service provision, and  
  • Research, development and the future.

The workshop was attended by more than 40 researchers.

Deliverables

Abstracts of all talks, as well as the conclusions of the debate following the workshop presentations can be found below.

Subject and Presenter Presentations

The impact of weather

Airline operations perspective
Marcus Farrell, Air France
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Pilot perspective
Johan Glantz, ECA
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Network management perspective
Brian Flynn, Network Manager
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Meteo service provision

Meteo services to aviation
Ian Cameron, UK met office
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International collaborative approaches
Maria Lundblad, NAMCON
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Added value from equipment manufacturers
Daniel Muller, Thales
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Research, development and the future

Evolutions in met service provision
Rosalind Lapsley, EUMETNET
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Research for better trajectory prediction – ensemble forecasting
Damian Rivas, University of Seville

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Managing the data and delivering it efficiently
Dennis Hart, EUROCONTROL
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Modelling of the impact of aviation on the atmosphere
Keith Shine, University of Reading

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Climate change is having an impact now!
Andrew Watt, EUROCONTROL
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Other meeting document

Workshop Proceedings Download

Background

ART is the EUROCONTROL Agency Research Team reporting to the Agency Advisory Body. It comprises researchers from ANSPs, industry, small and medium enterprises (SMEs), academia and research centres and provides advice on matters of research and innovation. It is chaired by David Bowen from the SESAR Joint Undertaking.

Colin Meckiff

Programme Manager for long-term and Innovation Research
Address: 
Centre du Bois des Bordes CS 41 005
91220 Brétigny-sur-Orge
France