报告题目：Coordination of scheduling decisions in the management of airport airspace and taxiway operations
报告人：Andrea D'Ariano（Roma Tre University）
报告地点：腾讯会议 791 639 419
This talk addresses the real-time problem of coordinating aircraft ground and air operations in an airport area. At a congested airport, airborne decisions are related to take-off and landing operations, while ground (taxiway) decisions consist of scheduling aircraft movements between the gates and the runways. Since the runways are the initial/terminal points of both decisions, coordinated actions have a great potential to improve the overall performance. However, in the traffic control practice the different decisions are taken by different controllers, at least in large airports. Weak coordination may result in long queues at the runways, with increasing aircraft delays and energy consumption. This paper investigates models, methods and policies for improving the coordination between taxiway scheduling and airborne scheduling. The performance of a solution is measured in terms of delay and travel time, the latter being related to the energy consumption of an aircraft. A microscopic mathematical formulation is adopted to achieve reliable solutions. Exact and heuristic methods have been analysed in combination with the different policies, based on practical-size instances from Amsterdam Schiphol airport, in the Netherlands. Computational experience shows that good quality solutions can be found within limited time, compatible with real-time operations.
Andrea D’Ariano received the B.S. and M.S. degrees in computer science and automation engineering from Roma Tre University, and the Ph.D. degree in 2008, under the supervision of Prof. I.A. Hansen. In November 2003, he joined the TRAIL Research School and the Department of Transport and Planning, Faculty of Civil Engineering and Geosciences, Delft University of Technology. In 2018, he got the Full Professor Italian Scientific Habilitation in Operations Research. He served as an Expert for European Commission and numerous national research foundations. He is currently an Associate Professor with the Department of Engineering, Roma Tre University. He is currently coordinating the AIRO Chapter on Optimization in Public Transport and Shared Mobility. His research publications were acknowledged by TRAIL, IAROR, INFORMS RAS, and AGIFORS as best papers, and by the IEEE ITSS as the best Ph.D. dissertation. His main research interest includes the study of scheduling problems with application to public transportation. He is also an Associate Editor of well-known international journals (e.g., Transportation Research Part B) and conferences (e.g., IEEE ITSC).
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