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2019 Hong Kong Aviation Management Program

Date:           18th – 19th April, 2019

Time:          Day 1: 10:00 – 17:45 ; Day 2: 10:00 – 15:30

Venue:         The Hong Kong Polytechnic University 

Day 1:  Chiang Chen Studio Theatre, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

Day 2: V322 Lecture Theatre, Jockey Club Innovation Tower, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

Target:         S4 – S6 students who are interested in aviation management

Quota:         240 participants

Language:   The program will be conducted in English

Program Fee: HK$480 (Hong Kong Students)

Attendance: Participants are required to COMPLETE ALL TRAINING SESSIONS to be presented certificate issued by the School of Aviation of The University of New South Wales (UNSW)

Organizers: School of Aviation of The University of New South Wales (UNSW)

                    UNESCO Hong Kong Association

Co-organizer: Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

Timetable

Time Day 1

18th April, 2019

Chiang Chen Studio Theatre,
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

Time Day 2

19th April, 2019

V322 Lecture Theatre,
Jockey Club Innovation Tower, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

1000 – 1115 Introduction and Objective of the Program

Speakers: Dr Ian Douglas (UNSW) & Prof. Jason Middleton (UNSW)

1000 – 1100 The Role of Airports 

Speaker: Dr. Ian Douglas (UNSW)

1115 – 1130 Break 1100 – 1115 Break
1130 – 1215 The Airline Industry

Speaker: Dr Ian Douglas (UNSW)

1115 – 1215 Aviation Safety: Human Factors and Accident Investigation 

Speaker: Prof. Jason Middleton (UNSW)

1215 – 1315 Lunch 1215 – 1315 Lunch
1315 – 1415 Basic Flying Technologies 

Speaker: Prof. Jason Middleton (UNSW)

1315 – 1415 Advanced Flying Technologies

Speaker: Prof. Jason Middleton (UNSW)

1415 – 1430 Break 1415 – 1430 Break
1430 – 1530 Airline Growth in Asia
Speaker: Dr. Ian Douglas (UNSW)
1430 – 1530 Summery and Presentation of Certificates 

Speakers: Dr Ian Douglas (UNSW) & Prof. Jason Middleton (UNSW)

1545 – 1745 General Introduction of Dept. of Industrial and Systems Engineering, PolyU

Speaker: Dr Nick Chung
(ISE Dept., PolyU
)

&

 Laboratories Tour by ISE Dept., PolyU**

 

**Laboratories Tour, organized by Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

  • Cyber-Physical Systems Laboratory
  • Aviation Operations and Control Laboratory
  • Digital Factory
  • PolyU Industrial Centre

Seats are limited, registration will be processed on a first-come-first-served basis.

Speakers:

Emeritus Professor Jason Middleton

Emeritus Professor Jason Middleton is the UNSW Aviation’s Co-Founder and retiring Head of School. He was appointed as Head of Aviation School from 1995 and retired since 2017. His interest is in environmental fluid dynamics, and in particular aviation meteorology. In the past, he has undertaken research into sea-breezes, microbursts and wind gusts. Present interests are in wake flows arising from natural objects in wind and ocean current streams. In the aviation context, wakes have been a significant contributory factor in a number of aircraft accidents. He has held a Commercial Pilot License since 1973, and flies regularly as an instrument rated pilot.

 

Dr. Ian Douglas

Dr. Ian Douglas is a senior lecturer with the School of Aviation. His research interest is focused on ASEAN aviation, and his DBA research addresses the tensions between economic and institutional factors in development of airline strategy.

 

Dr. Nick Chung (PolyU)

Dr. Nick Chung is the Assistant Professor of Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University. He graduated from the Department of Industrial, Manufacturing and Systems Engineering, The University of Hong Kong in 2001. He obtained his MPhil and PhD in 2004 and 2007 respectively at the same University. His research interests include Logistics and Supply Chain Management, Supply Chain collaboration, Production Scheduling, Distributed Scheduling, Distribution Network, etc.