2006 Second International Airports Conference: Planning, Infrastructure & Environment

The 2006 second international airports conference (2006 IAC) was organized by ANDIT and University of Mackenzie, CAIT-University of Mississippi, and iSMARTi, with the support of INFRAERO (Brazilian Airport Infrastructure Office), DAESP (Aviation Department of Sao Paulo State), NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) Langley Research Center, and ITA (Brazilian Technologic Institute of Aeronautic). It followed the first International Airport Conference that was held in Rio de Janeiro - Brazil in June, 2003. That event was organized by University of Mackenzie and ABPv (Brazilian Pavement Association) with the support of CAIT-University of Mississippi. It was attended by 250 participants from 18 countries. The 2006 airports conference was a success with about 300 participants from 30 different countries and paper offers from Brazil, USA, Argentina, Austria, Canada, Chile, Colombia, China, Croatia, Demark, France, Germany, India, Israel, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Netherlands, Niger, Northern Ireland, Paraguay, Pakistan, Palestine, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Singapore, Slovakia, and the United Arab Emirates. An international scientific committee was responsible for the quality of the papers and the technical program. The invited lectures, plenary and paper sessions, and field technical visit made this a memorable event. The conference technical program feature international airport technology experts from USA, Europe, and Brazil. This included 17 invited lectures and 39 paper presentations in 7 technical sessions, with excellent discussions and interactions. The CD proceeding includes all these papers. Technical and social visits were held on 4th August at Congonhas Airport, Sao Paulo.


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  • Pagination: pp 201-204
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  • Accession Number: 01054609
  • Record Type: Publication
  • Files: TRIS
  • Created Date: Jul 22 2007 12:58PM