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2014-Present


Bojana Mirkovic attended the PMP Certification Training, organized by Global Impeccable, Belgrade, Serbia, 1-2 October 2015.


2011-2013


Data Science in Aviation Workshop
organised by Complex World SESAR Research Network,
Madrid, Spain, 15 October, 2013
N. Ivanov


Summer School on Air Transport Economics,
organised by German Aviation Research Society and Division of Airports and Air Traffic Safety, UB-FTTE, supported by German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD)
Belgrade, Serbia, September 9-13, 2013.
V. Tošić, O. Babić, F. Netjasov, R. Jovanović, T. Krstić Simić, B. Mirković, A. Vidosavljević, M. Lazarevic, N. Ivanov

 

Andrija Vidosavljevic, a PhD candidate at the Division, had visiting research at Ecole Nationale de l’Aviation Civile – ENAC, Toulouse, France. He spent two and a half months (May – August 2013) in Laboratory of Applied Mathematics – LMA developing optimization model for Robust Trajectory Planning with his co-mentor Dr Daniel Delahaye, professor. This research topic constitutes a part of his PhD thesis.

 

Marija Lazarevic, a PhD student and a research assistant at the Division, had an internship at ETHZurich and Zurich Airport, Switzerland. She spent three months (March - May 2013) at ETHZurich, where she attended the course “Signal and system theory II”. Her internship at ZurichAirport resulted in detailed report about systems/tools (with different level of automation) used at the airport for facilitating the passenger, baggage and cargo flows.

 

Marija Lazarevic, Velibor Andric and Nikola Ivanov attended the Summer school on “Research in Decision Support Systems for Future Air Traffic Management”, organized by HALA! SESAR Research Network, at La Granja de San Ildefonso in Madrid, Spain, 9-12 July, 2012.

 

Andrija Vidosavljevic, a PhD student, had professional training at Ecole Nationale de l’Aviation Civile – ENAC, Toulouse, France. He spent three months (February – May 2011) in Laboratory of Applied Mathematics - LMA working with Dr Daniel Delahaye, who was subsequently nominated a co-mentor of his PhD. During the stay Andrija conducted a research on optimization techniques and their application in ATM. Internship resulted with the report “Trajectory Planning in ATM” which subsequently resulted in submission of PhD proposal.

 

 

2008-2010


 

Bojana Mirkovic and Fedja Netjasov participated in the EUROCONTROL CRDS programme GENSPACE held in Budapest (Hungary), February 22-23, 2010. The objective of the programme was ATC Familiarization for non-ATC personnel.


Workshop on Fundamentals of Risk Analysis and Safety Assessment of Air Traffic Operations,
organised by Division of Airports and Air Traffic Safety and Air Transport Safety Institute of National Airspace Laboratory (NLR-ATSI), Amsterdam, and supported by EUROCONTROL and by the Ministry of Science and Technological Development, Republic of Serbia.
Belgrade, Serbia, October 5-9, 2009.
V. Tošić, O. Babić, B. Mirković, T. Krstić Simić, R. Jovanović, F. Netjasov, A. Vidosavljević


Summer School on Air Transport Economics,
organised by Division of Airports and Air Traffic Safety, UB-FTTE, German Aviation Research Society, and Berlin School of Economics and Law, and supported by EUROCONTROL and Ministry of Science and Technological Development, Republic of Serbia
Belgrade, Serbia, September 7-9, 2009.
V. Tošić, O. Babić, B. Mirković, T. Krstić Simić, R. Jovanović, F. Netjasov, A. Vidosavljević

 

Fedja Netjasov attended the five day course "SAM -SAF3-SSA: System Safety Assessment for ATM System Implementation and Monitoring", at Malta Air Traffic Services. Course organised by EUROCONTROL Institute of Air Navigation Services - IANS, Luqa, Malta, June 30 - July 4, 2008.

 

Bojana Mirkovic attended the five day course "Airport Resource Management", at EUROCONTROL Institute of Air Navigation Services - IANS, Luxembourg, May 26-30, 2008.

 

Fedja Netjasov attended the five day course "SAM-SAF2-PSSA: Preliminary System Safety Assessment for ATM system designers ", at EUROCONTROL Institute of Air Navigation Services, Luxembourg, Luxembourg, May 19-23, 2008.

 

Bojana Mirkovic had Graduate student internship at Zurich Airport, Switzerland. She spent three months (January - April 2008) at UniqueAirport, Operations Planning Department. During that time she worked on gate process analysis, parking stand assignment at future state (Schengen/Non Schengen) and parking stand availability analysis. Her internship resulted in two reports: "Gate process - Measurements and data analysis", "Simple process flowchart" (preparation for simulation) as well as Model (spreadsheet) for gate availability analysis.



2005-2007


 

Fedja Netjasov attended the five day course "SAM -SAF1-FSH: Introduction to EATMP System Safety Assessment Methodology and Functional Hazard Assessment", at EUROCONTROL Institute of Air Navigation Services, Luxembourg, Luxembourg, December 3-7, 2007. 

 

Radosav Jovanovic attended the INFRATRAIN AutumnSchool on "Infrastructure Regulation, Modelling and Policy", Specialisation in "Efficiency and Productivity Analysis", Berlin University of Technology, October 2007.

 

During 2007 summer vacation a senior year student Andrija Vidosavljevic had professional summer training organized trough IAESTE (International Association for the Exchange of Students for Technical Experience). He spent two months at AENA (Aeropuertos Espagnoles y Navegacion Aerea), Spanish Civil Aviation Authorities, working on a part of the FP6 project "RESET - Reduced Separation Minima". His traineeship has resulted with the report which presents one of the deliverables of the project.

 

Obrad Babic and Tatjana Krstic participated in the EUROCONTROL CRDS programme GENSPACE/2 held in Budapest (Hungary), October 2-6, 2006. The objective of the programme was ATC Familiarization for non-ATC personnel.

 

Fedja Netjasov spent three months in the Netherlands on a study visit (February 01-April 30, 2006), organized by the Division of Airports and Air Traffic Safety. During that period he was hosted by the Delft University of Technology, Section of Transport and Infrastructure OTB Research Institute for Housing, Urban and Mobility studies, where he worked on doctoral thesis preparation in the field of Risk and Safety in Air Transportation. That visit resulted in the working paper titled "A Review of Risk and Safety Modelling in Air Transportation". During the visit Fedja also co-operated with the Aviation Safety Department of the National Airspace Laboratory (NLR) in Amsterdam on the familiarisation with the TOPAZ (Traffic Organisation and Perturbation AnalyZer) methodology through the work on the project named "Bias and Uncertainty Assessment of Collision Risk Estimation with a Monte Carlo Simulation Model of ASAS-Supported Time-Based Spacing in TMA".

 

During summer vacation 2005, a junior assistant Bojana Mirkovic and senior year student Predrag Vranjkovic had professional summer training organized through IAESTE (International Association for Exchange of Students for Technical Experience) and DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service). They spent two months with the Business Division Aviation and Baggage handling department at Munich International Airport.



2002-2004


 

During summer vacation 2004, three graduate students had professional summer training organized through IAESTE (International Association for Exchange of Students for Technical Experience):

  • Danica Pavlovic and Mirjana Djordjevic spent two months with the Traffic Operations Department at Munich International Airport, Munich, Germany,
  • Bojana Mirkovic spent two months with the AENA (Aeropuertos Espanoles y Navegacion Aerea), Tenerife SurAirport ("Reina Sofia"), Traffic and Operations Planning Department, Granadilla de Abona, Tenerife, Spain.



1999 – 2001


 

Brankica Pesic, junior research assistant on leave of absence, spent nine months at the "Institut National Polytechnique de Toulouse", Toulouse, France. She obtained the "Diplome de Recherche Universitaire - (D.R.U), specialite Informatique", finishing course work and research report titled "Optimization de la Circulation des Aeronefs au Sol".

 

Tatjana Krstic and Igor Poltoracki spent two months with the Traffic Operations Department at Munich International Airport in the Terminal 2 Project Team (cooperation between Deutsche Lufthansa and MunichAirport). They developed major parts of a simulation model, using the ARENA 4 tool, which analyses the interdependencies of aircraft movements on taxilanes and service vehicle movements on apron-roads and will be used to evaluate the necessity of a vehicle tunnel.

 

Fedja Netjasov spent two months with the Unique Zurich Airport. He worked in the Airlines Division, Operations Engineering, on the project of implementation of new concepts of ZurichAirport operations.


1996 – 1998


 

Brankica Pesic, junior research assistant, on leave of absence from the Division, spent nine months as visiting graduate student at ENAC (Ecole Nationale de l'Aviation Civile), Toulouse, France. Her stay was sponsored by EUROCONTROL. During that period she worked with Dr Daniel Delahaye on the problem of daily operational airspace sectorisation.

 

Vojin Tosic spent two months (January and February) as a Visiting Scholar at the Institute of Transportation Studies (ITS), University of California at Berkeley. He was a Visiting Research Engineer in the NEXTOR (National Center of Excellence for Aviation Operations Research) working on Air Traffic Safety problems and San Francisco International Airport Systems Analysis.

 

During 1998 summer vacation four of senior year students had professional summer training organized trough IAESTE (International Association for the Exchange of Students for Technical Experience). Igor Poltoracki spent two months at Las Palmas Airport (Canary Islands) in organization of AENA (Aeropuertos Espagnoles y Navegacion Aerea), Spanish Civil Aviation Authorities. Tatjana Bolic, Fedja Netjasov and Miodrag Mirkovic spent two months working at the Munich Airport organized by DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service).

 

 

1993-1995


 

During July and August of 1995 Almira Ramadani had summer practice and training at the Munich Airport organized by IAESTE (International Association for the Exchange of Students for Technical Experience) and DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service).

 
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