Shaping the necessary transition pathways to achieve sustainable air transport solutions requires a sound understanding of the behavior of the air transport system itself. The task of the group is to analyze and evaluate alternative transition pathways in order to achieve long-term development goals for the air transport system.
The JRG consists of the group lead and two doctoral researchers and is supported by Prof. Thomas Spengler (Chair of Production and Logistics) and Prof. Sebastian Stiller (Institute for Mathematical Optimization).
[May 22] Article published
Our paper C. Hansknecht, I. Joormann, B. Korn, F. Morscheck, S. Stiller "Feeder routing for air-to-air-refueling" has been published in EJOR and is (for a short time openly) accessible here.
[February 22] JRGs@TU Braunschweig
Future City has featured our group in their newsletter.
[September 21] New member joins our teams
Lisa-Marie Manke joins our group. Welcome!
[May 21] Model and report published
We have made our model to describe the ATS development for battery-operated aircraft available. An algebraic description of the model can be found as well.
System Dynamics Modeling of Market Entry and Exit Strategies of Airlines
This master thesis should implement a System Dynamics modeling of Market Entry and Exit Strategies of Airlines. This includes the determination of the corresponding system borders, the implementation in VenSim, and testing and interpreting of the results.
It would be helpful to have some experience wih System Dynamics beforehand.