The University of Žilina has been operating in the network of Slovak universities for nearly 60 years. At its seven faculties it offers technically and technologically oriented study programmes as well as economic and humanities education. It has successfully spread the cooperation with partners in the world. The international dimension in our activities, the humanities and language branch of studies prepare students for work in the interdisciplinary and globalised environment.
Key personnel: Antonin Kazda
CARTIF was created in 1994 as the Automation, Robotics, Information and Manufacturing Technology Centre, a non-for-profit association focused on applied research and based in Boecillo Technology Park, Valladolid, Spain. From October 2005, CARTIF is legally established as a Foundation keeping its main goals are to identify technology needs and develop R&D-based knowledge, to support technological innovation in Industry, mainly among SMEs, to disseminate R&D and innovation results.
Key personnel: Ainhoa Gonzalez Gallego
The Brno-Tuřany Airport was built during the 1950s. At present, the South-Moravian local government owns the airport, and it is operated by a private company, Brno Airport Ltd. Although charter and private flights still dominate at the airport, it has seen significant growth of scheduled service in the last years.
Key personnel: Tomas Placek
The Social, Cognitive, and Quantitative Sciences Department of the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia has been founded in 2001 and is constituted of 57 personnel units (full professors, associate professors and researchers) belonging to two Faculties, namely the Economics and Communication Sciences Faculty and the Educational Sciences Faculty. Another 35 people are currently working as PhD students and temporary research contracts. Besides the ordinary lessons the Department, through the Metacentre, provides different distant learning (e-learning) degree courses. A Research Centre on the Information and Communication Society is also part of the Department from year 2002.
Key personnel: Michele Mariani
Avitronics Research is a non profit research organisation SME focused in promoting research in the area of aircraft technology, maintenance, operations, airports and management. It has been involved in IP European projects ( TAMEM- FLYSAFE-HILAS-ICE recently in QUANTOM ) in a variety of experts areas. Members of the research team have a strong professional background derived from their previous engagements either in IP projects or as air transport services provider. They are highly qualified and experienced in a wide range of related disciplines; those of which are of particular value to this project include modeling experts and dissemination and exploitation experts.
Key personnel: Robert Konstantinidis WP7 Leader Dissemination –Exploitation
The Delft University of Technology is an internationally recognized university with an impressive record when it comes to applied research. The university covers a wide span of technical disciplines ranging from basic disciplines like mathematics, chemistry, and physics to applied disciplines like civil engineering, aerospace engineering, and design.
Key personnel: Coen van Gulijk
Helios is a technical and business consultancy specialising in the aviation industry and air traffic management. Helios aims to provide intelligent and innovative solutions to customer problems, applying analytical skills and experience to achieve the best solution.
Key personnel: Juraj Jirku Gulijk
USE2ACES was founded in 1996 after the original partners left the aircraft manufacturing industry as experienced experimental test pilots. At the same time they joined a European airline, extending their experience even further through valuable day-to-day flying as commanders of wide-body aircraft on world-wide, long-range passenger and cargo operations. Since then we bring practical and effective solutions to the diverse needs of a wide variety of aviation stakeholders (operators, manufacturers, aviation training institutes, air traffic service providers, insurers and law firms).
Key personnel: Wim Huson
BMI has been established in 1992. The company is specialized in the development of data management software, statistical modeling & simulation and also software controlling industrial processes. In fact, BMI has extensive experience in the statistical modeling and simulation of industrial processes.
Key personnel: Bretislav Beranek
Deep Blue is a research and consultancy company located in Rome, and created by a group of senior researchers from major Italian Universities and Research Centres. It is a multidisciplinary team of specialists in Human Factor, Cognitive Psychology, Interaction Design, and Safety.
Key personnel: Linda Napoletano
For more than eight decades the Technion - Israel Institute of Technology has been Israel’s primary technological university and the largest centre of applied research. It is ranked among the leading technological universities in the world. Many innovations in all fields of science, technology, engineering and life sciences have their origins in research conducted at the Technion.
Key personnel: Prof. Alan (Avi) Kirschenbaum –Coordinator
The BEMOSA Consortium would like to invite all relevant stakeholders for the BEMOSA Capstone Conference that will conclude the three years of this applied research project in applying human factors and
The net article to be published by the BEMOSA consortium, is to be published in a peer-reviewed scientific magazine. www.Springer.com has made available the article "Airports at risk: the impact of information sources on security decisions".
Interview with Proff. Avi (Alan) Kirschenbaum on the Voice of Russia radio. Discussing how effective are random screenings and how much security is on the place at US airports these days
On open BEMOSA workshop took place in Brussels (May 15th) whose aim was to: