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Joint Capacity Ordering and Trajectory Pricing in European Air Traffic Management

Dr Stefano Starita [1] has been selected to present a poster describing his research on "Joint Capacity Ordering and Trajectory Pricing in European Air Traffic Management" to MPs at the House of Commons as part of the Mathematical Sciences Session of the STEM for Britain 2017 [2] competition for early career researchers. The competition currently attracts around 500 entrants, of whom approximately 35% are selected to present their work in Parliament. The work is part of the COCTA project and focusses on mathematical modeling and optimization of capacity ordering and pricing decisions.


This project has received funding from the SESAR Joint Undertaking under Grant Agreement No. 699326, under European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation programme.
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