Best Paper Awards

Best of Conference

Paper ID: 3003

Incremental Assurance of Multicore Integrated Modular Avionics (IMA)
Authors:
Steven VanderLeest – Rapita Systems, Inc.

David Matthews – Boeing Company

Best of Track Awards

TrackPaper IDPaper TitleAuthors
ATM – Machine Learning & Automation3139Multi-Agent Deep Reinforcement Learning for Solving Large-Scale Air Traffic Flow Management Problem: A Time-Step Sequential Decision ApproachYifan Tang – Cranfield University

Yan Xu – Cranfield University
ATM – Airspace & Spectrum management3237Joint Spectrum Access and Power Control in Air-Air Communications – A Deep Reinforcement Learning Based ApproachZhe Wang – University of Louisville

Hongxiang Li – University of Louisville

Eric J. Knoblock – NASA Glenn Research Center

Rafael D. Apaza – NASA Glenn Research Center
Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS)3197Detect and Avoid Considerations for Safe sUAS Operations in Urban EnvironmentsVictor Celdran Martinez – Cranfield University

Bilkan Ince – Cranfield University

Praveen Kumar Selvam – University of Applied Sciences Jena

Ivan Petrunin – Cranfield University

Minguk Seo – Cranfield University

Edward Anastassacos – Herotech8

Paul G. Royall – King’s College

Adrian Cole – Cranfield University

Antonios Tsourdos – Cranfield University

Sebastian Knorr – University of Applied Sciences Jena
Communications, Navigation, and Surveillance and Information Networks (CNS)3127Impact of Pilot Jamming Attacks on Digital Aeronautical Data CommunicationsDaniel M. Mielke – German Aerospace Center

Thomas Gräupl – German Aerospace Center

Ayten Gürbüz – German Aerospace Center
Cyber, Systems and Software (CSS)3009A Secure Broadcast Service for LDACS with an Application to Secure GBASNils Mäurer – German Aerospace Center

Maria Caamano – German Aerospace Center

Daniel Gerbeth – German Aerospace Center

Thomas Gräupl – German Aerospace Center

Corinna Schmitt – Bundeswehr University Munich
Integrated Modular Avionics (IMA)3003Incremental Assurance of Multicore Integrated Modular Avionics (IMA)Steven VanderLeest – Rapita Systems, Inc.

David Matthews – Boeing Company
Human Factors (HF)3181Common Cause Failure Analysis for Aviation Safety Assessment ModelsSara Nikdel – George Mason University

Seungwon Noh – George Mason University

John Shortle – George Mason University
Urban Air Mobility – Advanced Air Mobility (UAM-AAM)3161Assuring Human and Artificial Intelligence Are Appropriately Informed in Aviation SystemsAlfred Anderegg – MITRE Corporation

Shweta Mulcare – MITRE Corporation
Special Topics & Space Systems (STSS)3215Spectrum Sensing of Cognitive Radio for CubeSat Swarm NetworkChengtao Xu – Embry–Riddle Aeronautical University

Thomas Yang – Embry–Riddle Aeronautical University

Houbing Song – Embry–Riddle Aeronautical University
Posters3154Integrated Frameworks of Unsupervised, Supervised and Reinforcement Learning for Solving Air Traffic Flow Management ProblemCheng Huang – Cranfield University

Yan Xu – Cranfield University

Best of Session Awards

SessionPaper IDPaper TitleAuthors
Non-nominal Operations3196Reconnaissance Mission Flight Modeling for Strategic Planning of Manned and Unmanned Vehicle Integrated Disaster ResponseAdriana Andreeva-Mori – Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency

Kohji Ohga – Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency

Keiji Kobayashi – Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency
Aircraft & Aerial Vehicle Applications3157Reinforcement Learning-Based Flow Management Techniques for Urban Air Mobility and Dense Low-Altitude Air Traffic OperationsYibing Xie – Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology

Alessandro Gardi – Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology

Roberto Sabatini – Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology

Airport Surface Operations3151Agent-Based Simulation for Aircraft Stand Operations to Predict Ground Time Using Machine LearningMingchuan Luo – Dresden University of Technology

Michael Schultz – Dresden University of Technology

Hartmut Fricke – Dresden University of Technology

Bruno Desart – European Organisation for the Safety of Air Navigation

Rocio Barragán Montes – European Organisation for the Safety of Air Navigation

Floris Herrema – European Organisation for the Safety of Air Navigation
Flow Management3139Multi-Agent Deep Reinforcement Learning for Solving Large-Scale Air Traffic Flow Management Problem: A Time-Step Sequential Decision ApproachYifan Tang – Cranfield University

Yan Xu – Cranfield University
Human Operator Support3248A Multi-Agent Reinforcement Learning Approach for Conflict Resolution in Dense Traffic ScenariosJiajian Lai – Beihang University

Kaiquan Cai – Beihang University

Zhaoxuan Liu – Beihang University

Yang Yang – National Key Laboratory of CNS/ATM, Beihang University
System-wide Challenges & Change3186Assessing the Global COVID-19 Impact on Air Transport with Open DataRainer Koelle – European Organisation for the Safety of Air Navigation

Fabio Lourenco Carneiro Barbosa – Brazilian Air Force
Arrival and Departure Management3053Trajectory Pattern Identification for Arrivals in Vectored AirspaceChuhao Deng – Purdue University

Kwangyeon Kim – Purdue University

Hong-Cheol Choi – Purdue University

Inseok Hwang – Purdue University
Autonomy Concepts & Applications3061Verification of Image-Based Neural Network Controllers Using Generative ModelsSydney Katz – Stanford University

Anthony Corso – Stanford University

Christopher Strong – Stanford University

Mykel Kochenderfer – Stanford University
Demand Capacity Balance3070Demand and Capacity Balancing Technology Based on Multi-Agent Reinforcement LearningYutong Chen – Cranfield University/ Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics

Yan Xu – Cranfield University

Minghua Hu – Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics

Lei Yang – Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics
Explainable AI3177SEDA: A Self-Explaining Decision Architecture Implemented Using Deep Learning for On-Board Command and ControlAlexander Stringer – United States Air Force

Brian Sun – United States Air Force

Zackary Hoyt – United States Air Force

Lacey Schley – University of Oklahoma

Dean Hougen – University of Oklahoma

John Antonio – University of Oklahoma
Trajectory Modelling & Optimization3112Modeling Relative Trajectory Costs for Airborne Trajectory Reroutes Using Trajectory Option SetsKevin-Christian Garzon Galindo – San Jose State University Research Foundation/NASA Ames Research Center

Paul U. Lee – National Aeronautics and Space Administration

Connie L. Brasil – San Jose State University
Modelling & Measuring Safety3096Application of Trajectory Clustering for Aircraft Conflict DetectionSasha Madar – Georgia Institute of Technology

Tejas Puranik – Georgia Institute of Technology

Dimitri Mavris – Georgia Institute of Technology
Optimizing ATM3153A Unified Collision Risk Model for Unmanned Aircraft SystemsSuraj Bijjahalli – Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology

Alessandro Gardi – Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology

Nichakorn Pongsakornsathien – Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology

Roberto Sabatini – Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology
Spectrum Allocation & Performance Monitoring3237Joint Spectrum Access and Power Control in Air-Air Communications – A Deep Reinforcement Learning Based ApproachZhe Wang – University of Louisville

Hongxiang Li – University of Louisville

Eric J. Knoblock – NASA Glenn Research Center

Rafael D. Apaza – NASA Glenn Research Center
Flow Management & Airport Operations3231Evaluation of Controller Position Takeover in Team-Based Flight Centric ATMKevin Capiot – German Aerospace Center

Anne Papenfuß – German Aerospace Center

Bernd Korn – German Aerospace Center

Max Mulder – Delft University of Technology
Applications 13071Adaptive UAV Swarm Mission Planning by Temporal Difference LearningShreevanth Krishnaa Gopalakrishnan – Cranfield University

Saba Al-Rubaye – Cranfield University

Gokhan Inalhan – Cranfield University
Detect and Avoid, Conflict Detection & Resolution 13197Detect and Avoid Considerations for Safe sUAS Operations in Urban EnvironmentsVictor Celdran Martinez – Cranfield University

Bilkan Ince – Cranfield University

Praveen Kumar Selvam – University of Applied Sciences Jena

Ivan Petrunin – Cranfield University

Minguk Seo – Cranfield University

Edward Anastassacos – Herotech8

Paul G. Royall – King’s College

Adrian Cole – Cranfield University

Antonios Tsourdos – Cranfield University

Sebastian Knorr – University of Applied Sciences Jena
Operations & Path Planning 13209Identification and Characterization of Traffic Flow Patterns for UTM ApplicationAbdulrahman Alharbi – Cranfield University

Ivan Petrunin – Cranfield University

Dimitrios Panagiotakopoulos – Cranfield University
Operations & Path Planning 23038Enhancing the Security of Unmanned Aerial Systems Using Digital-Twin Technology and Intrusion DetectionBenjamin Fraser – Cranfield University

Saba Al-Rubaye – Cranfield University

Sohaib Aslam – Cranfield University

Antonios Tsourdos – Cranfield University
Modeling & Simulation3129Understanding the Implications of the Future Unmanned Air Traffic GrowthCristina Barrado – Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya

Esther Salamí – Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya

Antonia Gallardo – Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya

Lluis Xavier Herranz – Technical University of Catalonia

Enric Pastor – Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya
Detect and Avoid, Conflict Detection & Resolution 23024Aircraft Proximity: Towards Systematic Test Strategies via the Apollonian Proximity Circle ParadigmErik Theunissen – Netherlands Defence Academy

Neale Fulton – University of New South Wales

Brendan Williams – Boeing Research & Technology

Chip Meserole – Boeing Company
Applications 23156Integration of a UAV-Lidar System for Remote Sensing of CO2 Concentrations in Smart AgricultureThomas Fahey – Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology

Alessandro Gardi – Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology

Roberto Sabatini – Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology
Algorithms, ML/DL, Automation, Autonomy3089A New Approach to Complex Dynamic Geofencing for Unmanned Aerial VehiclesVihangi Vagal – Royal Holloway, University of London

Konstantinos Markantonakis – Royal Holloway, University of London

Carlton Shepherd – Royal Holloway, University of London
Surveillance & Situational Awareness3250Mixed Initiative Balance of Human-Swarm Teaming in Surveillance via Reinforcement LearningChengtao Xu – Embry–Riddle Aeronautical University

Houbing Song – Embry–Riddle Aeronautical University
Communications Resiliency3127Impact of Pilot Jamming Attacks on Digital Aeronautical Data CommunicationsDaniel M. Mielke – German Aerospace Center

Thomas Gräupl – German Aerospace Center

Ayten Gürbüz – German Aerospace Center
Future Communications3204Novel Filterbank Multicarrier Waveform for L-Band Digital Aeronautical Communications: Initial Field Test ResultsDavid Matolak – University of South Carolina

Hosseinali Jamal – University of South Carolina

Nozhan Hosseini – University of South Carolina

Zeenat Afroze – University of South Carolina

Nathan Stofik – University of South Carolina

Eddie King – University of South Carolina

Mohanad Mohsen – University of South Carolina
Onboard Communications3235Gatekeeper: A Reliable Reconfiguration Protocol for Real-Time Ethernet SystemsBrendan Luksik – University of Pittsburgh

Andrew Loveless – NASA Johnson Space Center

Alan George – University of Pittsburgh
Surveillance3179Drone Model Identification by Convolutional Neural Network from Video StreamMariusz Wisniewski – Cranfield University

Zeeshan Rana – Cranfield University

Ivan Petrunin – Cranfield University
Navigation3210Enhancing Detection Performance Through Sensor Model-Based Trajectory Optimization for UAVsMarkus Zwick – Bundeswehr University Munich

Matthias Gerdts – Bundeswehr University Munich

Peter Stütz – Bundeswehr University Munich
Applying Neural Networks to Navigation3026Applying Novel Adaptive Activation Function Theory for Launch Acceptability Region Estimation with Neural Networks in Constrained Hardware Environments: Performance ComparisonAtakan Filgöz – Roketsan Missiles Inc.

Güliz Demirezen – Roketsan Missiles Inc.

Mustafa Umut Demirezen – Roketsan Missiles Inc.
Avionics Systems3009A Secure Broadcast Service for LDACS with an Application to Secure GBASNils Mäurer – German Aerospace Center

Maria Caamano – German Aerospace Center

Daniel Gerbeth – German Aerospace Center

Thomas Gräupl – German Aerospace Center

Corinna Schmitt – Bundeswehr University Munich
Model-Based Development & Requirements3056Integrating Safety Into MBSE Processes with Formal MethodsAlexander Ahlbrecht – German Aerospace Center

Umut Durak – German Aerospace Center
AI & Algorithms3138Classification for Avionics Capabilities Enabled by Artificial IntelligenceAndreas Schweiger – Airbus Defence and Space

Bjoern Annighoefer – University of Stuttgart

Marina Reich – Airbus Defence and Space

Christoph Regli – Zurich University of Applied Sciences

Yannick Moy – AdaCore

Thomas Soodt – German Aerospace Center

Alexis De Cacqueray – Airbus Defence and Space

Romaric Redon – Airbus Defence and Space
Cybersecurity3062ATMChain: Blockchain-Based Solution to Security Problems in Air Traffic ManagementXin Lu – Civil Aviation University of China

Zhijun Wu – Civil Aviation University of China

Yanhan Wu – Civil Aviation University of China

Qing Wang – Civil Aviation University of China

Yue Yin – Civil Aviation University of China
Safe & Secure Technologies3051Certification Considerations for Adaptive Stress Testing of Airborne SoftwareMichael Durling – GE Research

Heber Herencia-Zapana – GE Research

Baoluo Meng – GE Research

Mike Meiners – GE Aviation Systems

Joachim Hochwarth – GE Aviation Systems

Nicholas Visser – GE Aviation Systems

Ritchie Lee – NASA Ames Research Center

Robert Moss – Stanford University

Vidhya Tekken Valapil – GE Research
AI and Multicore3003Incremental Assurance of Multicore Integrated Modular Avionics (IMA)Steven VanderLeest – Rapita Systems, Inc.

David Matthews – Boeing Company
Self-adaptive and Wireless Avionics3047Requirements and Concept for a Self-Organizing Plug&Fly Avionics PlatformBjoern Annighoefer – University of Stuttgart

Johannes Reinhart – University of Stuttgart

Matthias Brunner – University of Stuttgart

Bernd Schulz – University of Stuttgart
Real-time Networks3017Performance Evaluation of the Efficient Precise Time Synchronization Protocol for the Redundant Ring Topology NetworkPusik Park – Korea Electronics Technology Institute & Korea Aerospace University

Myeonhwan Son – Korea Electronics Technology Institute

Jeongdo Lee – Korea Electronics Technology Institute

Jongho Yoon – Korea Aerospace University
Systems & Development3083Toward a Cloud-Based Flight Management SystemTodd Kilbourne – Mosaic ATM, Inc.

Frederick Wieland – Mosaic ATM, Inc.

Bryan Trainum – SmartSky Networks, LLC

Matthew Underwood – NASA Langley Research Center

Miro Lehky – Mosaic ATM, Inc.
Pilot Factors3035An Objective Human Fatigue Monitoring Solution for Fatigue Risk Management or Reduced Crew OperationsSylvain Hourlier – Thales AVS France SAS

Vincent Ibanez – Thales AVS France SAS

Jean-Francois Gagnon – Thales Research & Technology
Displays & HMI3045Human Machine Interface Design to Support Safety Risk Monitoring of Autonomous Small Unmanned Aircraft Systems – Results from a Mock-Up EvaluationMax Friedrich – German Aerospace Center
Human Factors – Special Topics3181Common Cause Failure Analysis for Aviation Safety Assessment ModelsSara Nikdel – George Mason University

Seungwon Noh – George Mason University

John Shortle – George Mason University
Automation & Teaming3103Evaluating Human Perception of Autonomous System Teammate-LikenessGüliz Tokadli – Iowa State University

Michael Dorneich – Iowa State University
Autonomy, High Performance Computing, & 4DT in UAM3037SIRIUS: Simulation Infrastructure for Research on Interoperating Unmanned SystemsCésar Muñoz – NASA Langley Research Center

María Consiglio – NASA Langley Research Center

Swee Balachandran – National Institute of Aerospace

Andrew Peters – National Institute of Aerospace

Brendan Duffy – National Institute of Aerospace
Flight Tests & Simulation Evaluations of UAM/AAM Concepts3113Preliminary Evaluation of National Campaign Scenarios for Urban Air MobilityNicholas Craven – NASA Ames Research Center/ Millennium Engineering & Integration Co.

Savita Savvy Verma – NASA Ames Research Center

Spencer Monheim – NASA Ames Research Center

Annie Cheng – NASA Ames Research Center

Chin Seah – NASA Ames Research Center/KBR Wyle

Fritz Renema – NASA Ames Research Center/KBR Wyle

Amir Farrahi – NASA Ames Research Center/Universities Space Research Association
Capacity Management & Traffic Coordination3107Comparing the Performance of Traffic Coordination Methods for Advanced Aerial MobilityÍtalo Romani de Oliveira – Boeing Research & Technology

Euclides Carlos Pinto Neto – Boeing Research & Technology

Thiago Matsumoto – Boeing Research & Technology

Huafeng Yu – Boeing Research & Technology

Emiliano Bartolomé – Boeing Research & Technology Europe

Guillermo Frontera – Boeing Research & Technology Europe

Aaron Mayne – Boeing Research & Technology
CNS, DFR, & Traffic Deconfliction3190Informing New Concepts for UAS and Autonomous System Safety Management Using Disaster Management and First Responder ScenariosDeborah Kirkman – Flight Safety Foundation

Jessie Mooberry – Flight Safety Foundation

Rubi Reeser – Flight Safety Foundation

Matvey Yang – Flight Safety Foundation

Kaleb Gould – Flight Safety Foundation

Misty Davies – NASA Ames Research Center

Kyle Ellis – NASA Langley Research Center

Lawrence Prinzel – NASA Langley Research Center

Paul Krois – Crown Consulting, Inc.

Robert Mah – NASA Ames Research Center

Samanth Indre Infeld – NASA Langely Research Center
ETVOL Aircraft & Vertiport Operations3191Scenarios for the Use of eVTOLs Using Multiagent Systems with Netlogo: Comparison of Parameters and the Impact on UAMFelipe Desiglo Ferrare – Universidade de São Paulo

Derick Moreira Baum – Universidade de São Paulo

Jorge Rady de Almeida Júnior – Universidade de São Paulo

João Batista Camargo Júnior – Universidade de São Paulo

Paulo Sérgio Cugnasca – Universidade de São Paulo
Safety Assurance & Contingency Management3161Assuring Human and Artificial Intelligence Are Appropriately Informed in Aviation SystemsAlfred Anderegg – MITRE Corporation

Shweta Mulcare – MITRE Corporation
AI Application3183Toward Certification of Machine-Learning Systems for Low Criticality Airborne ApplicationsKonstantin Dmitriev – Technical University of Munich

Johann Schumann – NASA Ames Research Center

Florian Holzapfel – Technical University of Munich
Navigation & Network3029Generation of Emergency Trajectories Based on Aircraft Trajectory PredictionRaúl Sáez – Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya

Homeyra Khaledian – Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya

Xavier Prats – Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya
Safety3073Development of an Automatic Ground Collision Avoidance System for a General Aviation AircraftTim Neidhardt – Technical University of Munich

Pranav Nagarajan – Technical University of Munich

Lukas Beller – Technical University of Munich

Xiyao Chen – Technical University of Munich

Florian Holzapfel – Technical University of Munich
SE Development3102Towards Formalization of a Data Model for Operational Risk AssessmentVidhya Tekken Valapil – GE Research

Heber Herencia-Zapana – GE Research

Michael Durling – GE Research

Kristen Armstrong – GE Aviation Systems

Saswata Paul – GE Research

Szabolcs Borgyos – GE Research

Abha Moitra – GE Research

William Premerlani – NA
Next-Gen Space Systems3215Spectrum Sensing of Cognitive Radio for CubeSat Swarm NetworkChengtao Xu – Embry–Riddle Aeronautical University

Thomas Yang – Embry–Riddle Aeronautical University

Houbing Song – Embry–Riddle Aeronautical University
Poster Session A3085A Testbed for Performance Analysis of Algorithms for Engineless Taxiing with Autonomous Tow TrucksStefano Zaninotto – University of Malta

Jason Gauci – University of Malta

Brian Zammit – University of Malta
Poster Session B3154Integrated Frameworks of Unsupervised, Supervised and Reinforcement Learning for Solving Air Traffic Flow Management ProblemCheng Huang – Cranfield University

Yan Xu – Cranfield University

walk, pathway, san antonio
san antonio, texas, town

Questions?

Contact Us

Special Thanks

Conference Sponsors

Co-Sponsor

Conference Special Event Sponsor

Silver Sponsor

Bronze Sponsor

Exhibitor

Media Sponsor

  • 00Days Until Conference

Follow Us!