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26 April 2016
An article dealing with the impact of insect contamination on operational and economic effectiveness of aircraft with natural laminar flow has been published successfully in the AIAA Journal of Aircraft.
Promotion: Environmental Analysis of Operational Air Transportation Concepts
26 April 2016
The Institute of Air Transportation Systems is pleased to congratulate Florian Linke for completing his doctoral thesis on the topic of “Environmental Analysis of Operational Air Transportation Concepts”.
Best Paper Award für Tobias Marks, Florian Linke, Volker Gollnick
11 November 2015
19.-21.7.15 CATO Conference, TU Delft: Best Paper Award „Evaluation of potential fuel savings by introducing formation flight on a North Atlantic scenario“ für Tobias Marks, Florian Linke, Volker Gollnick
Zuhause im Goldfisch
10 November 2015
Zuhause im Goldfisch - Einrichtung Lufttransportsysteme bezieht innovatives Bürogebäude im Harburger Channel.
Promotion: A Multi-Fidelity Workflow to Derive Physics-Based Conceptual Design Methods
28 August 2015
Das Institut freut sich, Herrn Daniel Böhnke zum Abschluss seiner Promotion im Bereich „Integrierter Luftfahrzeugenturf“ zu gratulieren
The Next Generation of Aircraft Design
16 June 2015
In aircraft design, more than in any other discipline, products become more complex and design more time-critical. For the first time, DLR develops methods for collaboration that intensify and fasten the design on a large, international scale.
Journal Publication on Supersonic Flight Operations
9 March 2015
The AIAA Journal of Aircraft published the article "Supersonic Deviations - Assessment of Sonic-Boom-Restricted Flight Routing".
Best Paper Award PHM14 for Dipl.-Ing. oec. Nico Hölzel
Nico Hölzel was honored with the Best Paper Award (Applied) at the „Annual Conference of the PHM Society 2014“ in Fort Worth (Texas).
Review: Symposium “Future Air Transport“
19 September 2014
From August 27 to 28, the symposium “Future Air Transport“ took place at the German Federal Armed Forces Command and Staff College in Hamburg. This year’s key subject “Fewer growth, more innovation – chances for SME“ included a critical review of structures and relations within the aviation industry presuming the future scenario “stagnation”.
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