›4th International Conference on Research in Air Transportation (ICRAT 2010)
Following the success of its three previous editions in 2004, 2006 and 2008, ICRAT has now been established as a mainstream biennial event in Air Transport Research, alternating with the USA/Europe ATM R&D Seminar. ICRAT is an excellent forum for young researchers within air transportation to share their work, expand their professional network, and gain new knowledge and inspiration. This fourth edition of ICRAT includes one day of tutorials, two days of technical presentations and a doctoral symposium where PhD students can expose their research problems to get advice from established scientists in the field.
ICRAT 2010 is organized by the FAA, EUROCONTROL and Budapest University of Technology & Economics. Other co-sponsors include NASA and JPDO. Selected papers will be included in the Elsevier journal Transportation Research Part C. Grants for young scientists and students to present their research results at ICRAT will be awarded in limited numbers.