Dr. Jan Malawko at the ECAC/EU Dialogue in Valencia
The aviation projects of the Interdisciplinary Centre for Mathematical and Computational Modelling, University of Warsaw (ICM UW) related to the optimization of the global network of connections and the concept of directional transfer nodes were presented at the European Civil Aviation Conference (ECAC).
During the “12th ECAC/EU Dialogue: Flying sustainably — from buzz to reality” conference (Valencia, October 24-25, 2023), various aspects of environmentally friendly civil aviation were discussed, particularly flight route optimization, the use of biofuels, emission reduction, and network optimization.
In the session titled “Economic sustainability – is the sector economically viable?”, Dr. Jan Malawko introduced the Big Data projects in civil aviation carried out by ICM UW, such as the optimization of the global network of connections and the concept of directional transfer nodes.
The conference in Valencia was dedicated to the dialogue between the European Civil Aviation Conference (ECAC) and the European Commission, airspace users, airlines, airports officials as well as representatives of state aviation authorities and international aviation organizations.
The event, organized under the auspices of the Spanish Presidency of the EU Council, brought together around 150 participants from around the world, including a significant number from South America.
Debate featuring dr. Jan Malawko, ICM UW
How to balance connectivity with sustainability requirements
ECAC/EU Dialogue with the air transport industry
Session: Economic sustainability – is the sector economically viable?
- Johann Friedrich Colsman, Director General of Civil Aviation, Federal Ministry for Digital and Transport, Germany
- Fernando Candela, Chief Executive Officer, Iberia
- Jón Gunnar Jónsson, Director General of Civil Aviation, Icelandic Transport
- Oliver Jankovec, Director General, ACI EUROPE
- Jan Malawko, Assistant Professor, Warsaw University
- Marcela Braga Anselmi, CAEP member of Brazil