Keynote Speaker: José Páscoa Marques
Title: ClusterDEM Multiphysics Flow Research Lab – Leading innovation
Keynote Speaker: Saulo da Silva
Title: Trust Framework: The Emerging Role of Identity and Trust in Global Aviation
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Saulo da Silva began his career in the Brazilian Air Force as an Air Traffic Controller in an Area Control Centre in 1985. After getting his Electrical Engineering degree and his Master degree in Air Transport Engineering and a post-graduation in Air Traffic Management he moved in 1995 to the Brazilian Air Navigation Service Provider where he became a procedure designer and an airspace manager.
Saulo joined the United Nations specialized agency for aviation, ICAO, in 2007. Currently Saulo is the Chief of the Globally Interoperable Systems Section in the ICAO Air Navigation Bureau and responsible for the development of the Global Air Navigation Plan, system-wide information management (SWIM) and also responsible for the development of a trust framework to help the aviation system to face cyber threats and keep resilience considering the digitally connected aviation ecosystem.
Keynote Speaker: Rosário Macário
Title: Research Roadmap for Transport Policy: Gaps from the Past and Challenges for the Future
Rosário Macário, has degrees in Business Economics, MSc and Ph.D. in Transportation Systems, Habilitation (DSc) in Civil Engineering. Professor and Researcher in Transportation at the Department of Civil Engineering, Architecture and Georresources at Instituto Superior Técnico (IST) Universidade de Lisboa (www.ist.eu) and Guest Professor at University of Antwerp, Department of Transport and Regional Economics (Belgium). She is in the Board of Directors of TIS.PT (www.tis.pt). Her mobility research focuses are institutional setting, policy development, and financing. She stands for a systemic and integrated view of urban mobility systems, prioritizing accessibility as a value capture element and source of financing. She is also Editor-in-Chief of the Elsevier journal “Case studies for Transport Policy.”