The UC3M visits Teruel Airport
Last Saturday, March 25, the students of the Bachelor’s degree in Aerospace Engineering visited Teruel Airport (Spain). The trip was organised during the Open Day held by the Airport to commemorate the X Anniversary since its opening to air traffic. The Aircraft Operations Lab UC3M attended with the students and we can recognise that theContinue…
Aerospace lessons at elementary school
The Aircraft Operations Lab UC3M has carried out a special scientific dissemination activity. On this occasion, it was aimed at children with the objective of promoting interest in the aerospace sector from an early age. To this end, we travelled to the Teresa Berganza Public School in Boadilla del Monte (Madrid), where Manuel Soler, theContinue…
Interview about FlyATM4E at Airspace World
From 7 to 10 March the Airspace World event took place in Geneva. An important meeting for the aviation community where several projects of the Aircraft Operations Lab were showcased. This was the case of the FlyATM4E project, which was also explained in depth in an interview with Manuel Soler: We look forward to attendingContinue…
The ISOBAR project: results and conclusions
ISOBAR is one of the completed projects of the Aircraft Operations Lab UC3M. It ended its activity after 30 months of research, receiving a nomination for the SESAR Digital European Sky Awards 2023 in the Exploratory Research category. The project’s solution achieved AI weather map predictions to reduce weather-related air traffic delays. An innovative solutionContinue…
More safety, capacity and efficiency for flights and less environmental impact
These are the achieved benefits of ALARM, a SESAR-funded project whose goal is to develop a prototype global multi-hazard monitoring and Early Warning System. Learn more in the interview to Manuel Soler.
The importance of innovation for air traffic controllers
The role of air traffic controllers is crucial, but innovation in the field of ATM can be of great use to them in making decisions, especially in traffic situations where weather phenomena, such as storms, complicate stability and resilience. To this end, the START project was born.
How can we ensure global air mobility that minimizes resource use and climate effects?
Sigrun Matthes is a scientist researching at DLR and also the coordinator of the FlyATM4E project. In the following video she answers the above question also addresses the following points:
A science outreach show for the European Researchers’ Night 21
On Friday, 24 September 2021, a science outreach show on climate change took place in the Auditorium of the UC3M (Leganés Campus). The show was aimed at secondary schools and consisted of theatrical scenes alternating with talks by UC3M researchers on the impact of various scientific projects regarding the climate and sustainability of the planet.Continue…