2013 - Member of the National Academy of Engineering For development of aviation display and alerting systems for air safety.
1967 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
R. John Hansman mainly focuses on Aviation, Aeronautics, Systems engineering, Transport engineering and Air traffic control. His biological study deals with issues like Fuel efficiency, which deal with fields such as Environmental economics, Commercial aviation and Profitability index. His Aeronautics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as National Airspace System, Aviation fuel, Altitude and Descent.
His Systems engineering research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Automation, Process and Process management. His work carried out in the field of Transport engineering brings together such families of science as System of systems engineering and Air transportation system. His study looks at the relationship between Air traffic control and topics such as Operations research, which overlap with System Wide Information Management, Structural element and Special use airspace.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Aviation, Aeronautics, Air traffic control, Transport engineering and Simulation. Aviation is often connected to Operations research in his work. His Aeronautics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Cruise and Altitude.
The Air traffic management research he does as part of his general Air traffic control study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Structure, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science. The Transport engineering study combines topics in areas such as Air transportation system and General aviation. His studies link Cockpit with Simulation.
R. John Hansman mostly deals with Aeronautics, Aerospace engineering, Air traffic control, Data-driven and Electric aircraft. His research integrates issues of Flight test and Cruise in his study of Aeronautics. His study explores the link between Aerospace engineering and topics such as Aircraft noise that cross with problems in Small Aircraft Transportation System, Aviation, Direct operating cost and Air traffic controller.
His Air traffic control research integrates issues from Transport engineering and Traffic flow. His Data-driven research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Real-time computing and Occupancy. R. John Hansman combines subjects such as Trajectory, Leverage, Data analysis and Identification with his study of Air traffic management.
His main research concerns Automotive engineering, Air traffic control, Noise, Takeoff and landing and Sensitivity. His work deals with themes such as Aviation, Small Aircraft Transportation System and Aircraft noise, which intersect with Automotive engineering. His research in Air traffic control is mostly concerned with Air traffic management.
R. John Hansman interconnects Electronic engineering, Thrust and ASDE-X in the investigation of issues within Noise. R. John Hansman has included themes like Direct operating cost, Air traffic controller and Uncontrolled airspace in his Takeoff and landing study. In his articles, he combines various disciplines, including Sensitivity and Development.
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Air transportation in a carbon constrained world: Long-term dynamics of policies and strategies for mitigating the carbon footprint of commercial aviation
Sgouris Sgouridis;Sgouris Sgouridis;Philippe A. Bonnefoy;Philippe A. Bonnefoy;R. John Hansman;R. John Hansman.
Transportation Research Part A-policy and Practice (2011)
Existing and Required Modeling Capabilities for Evaluating ATM Systems and Concepts
Amedeo R. Odoni;Jeremy Bowman;Daniel Delahaye;John J. Deyst.
Nonlinear fluid slosh coupled to the dynamics of a spacecraft
Lee D. Peterson;Edward F. Crawley;R. John Hansman.
AIAA Journal (1989)
DEMONSTRATION OF REDUCED AIRPORT CONGESTION THROUGH PUSHBACK RATE CONTROL
Ioannis Simaiakis;Harshad Khadilkar;Hamsa Balakrishnan;Tom G. Reynolds.
Transportation Research Part A-policy and Practice (2014)
SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS FOR OPERATION OF UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLES IN THE NATIONAL AIRSPACE SYSTEM
Roland E. Weibel;R. John Hansman.
Anomaly detection via a Gaussian Mixture Model for flight operation and safety monitoring
Lishuai Li;R. John Hansman;Rafael Palacios;Roy Welsch.
Transportation Research Part C-emerging Technologies (2016)
Situation Awareness Information Requirements for Commercial Airline Pilots
Mica R. Endsley;Todd C. Farley;William M. Jones;Alan H. Midkiff.
Analysis of flight data using clustering techniques for detecting abnormal operations
Lishuai Li;Santanu Das;R. John Hansman;Rafael Palacios.
Journal of Aerospace Information Systems (2015)
Safety Considerations for Operation of Different Classes of UAVs in the NAS
Roland Weibel;R. John Hansman.
AIAA 3rd "Unmanned Unlimited" Technical Conference, Workshop and Exhibit (2004)
Introducing Structural Considerations into Complexity Metrics
Jonathan M. Histon;R. John Hansman;Guillaume Aigoin;Daniel Delahaye.
Air traffic control quarterly (2002)
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