2016 NEXTOR 20th Anniversary Workshop


The NEXTOR 20th Anniversary Workshop was held Sept. 29–30, 2016 in College Park, Md. View the program schedule for this workshop here.

Topic Speaker
NEXTOR and the Federal Aviation Administration—Accomplishments and Future Challenges Randy Park, Deputy Chief Operating Officer, Air Traffic Organization, Federal Aviation Administration
Foundations and Impact of NEXTOR: A Personal Perspective George L. Donohue, Prof. Emeritus George Mason University, Formerly Associate Administrator for Research, Engineering, Development and Acquisitions, Federal Aviation Administration (1994-1998)
From Positive Passenger Bag Matching to Flight Safety Metrics: a Brief History of NEXTOR Research on Safety and Security Arnold Barnett, Massachusetts Institute of  Technology
Wake Modeling for NextGen Trajectories John Shortle, George Mason University
NEXTOR CDM Research Contributions Michael Ball, University of Maryland
Modeling Oceanic Traffic Flows Antonio Trani, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
NEXTOR New York Airport Congestion Management Project Karla Hoffman, George Mason University
Schedule Improvements at Congested Airports Amedeo Odoni, Massachusetts Institute of  Technology
Future Research Challenges Norman Fujisaki, Strategy Advisor, Norman T. Fujisaki, LLC
Total Delay Impact Study Mark Hansen, University of California, Berkeley
A Multi-Level Modeling and Simulation View on Air Transportation Evolution Daniel DeLaurentis, Purdue University
Research and Development of Efficient Descent Trajectories John-Paul Clarke, Georgia Institute of Technology
Benefits Case for Oceanic ADSB John Hansman, Massachusetts Institute of  Technology
Passenger Delay Modeling Lance Sherry, George Mason University
Predictability Metrics David Lovell, University of Maryland