Stanley Förster
Stanley Förster
Institute of Logistics and Aviation, Technische Universität Dresden
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Continuous climb operations with minimum fuel burn
J Rosenow, S Förster, H Fricke
Sixth SESAR Innovation days, 2016
222016
A toolchain for optimizing trajectories under real weather conditions and realistic flight performance
S Förster, J Rosenow, M Lindner, H Fricke
Greener Aviation, Brussels, 2016
222016
Impact of multi-critica optimized trajectories on European air traffic density, efficiency and the environment
J Rosenow, S Förster, M Lindner, H Fricke
Proceedings of the Twelfth USA/Europe Air Traffic Management Research and …, 2017
212017
Multi-objective trajectory optimization
J Rosenow, S Förster, M Lindner, H Fricke
International Transportation 1, 2016
212016
Ecological impact of air traffic control en-route charging zones from multi criteria optimized flight paths
M Lindner, S Förster, J Rosenow, H Fricke
Greener Aviation, Brussels, 2016
82016
Multicriteria-Optimized Trajectories Impacting Today’s Air Traffic Density, Efficiency, and Environmental Compatibility
J Rosenow, S Förster, M Lindner, H Fricke
Journal of Air Transportation 27 (1), 8-15, 2019
62019
Using agent-based modeling to determine collision risk in complex TMA environments: the turn-onto-ILS-final safety case
H Fricke, S Förster, M Vogel
Aeron Aero Open Access J 2 (3), 155-164, 2018
32018
Potential of integrated flight scheduling and rotation planning considering aerodynamic-, engine-and mass-related aircraft deterioration
M Lindner, J Rosenow, S Förster, H Fricke
CEAS Aeronautical Journal 10 (3), 755-770, 2019
22019
Analysis of safety performances for parallel approach operations with performance based navigation
S Förster, H Fricke, B Rabiller, B Hickling, B Favennec, K Zeghal
ATM Seminar, 2019
2019
Using Agent-Based Modeling to Determine Collision Risk in Complex TMA Environments
S Förster, H Fricke, M Vogel
ICRAT, 2018
2018
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