Conferences

GKNAES, one of the 32 TOICA partners, presented a paper titled “Virtual Verification and Certification-Manufacturing Technologies”  at the AirTN-NextGen Workshop on Virtual testing, towards virtual certification.

University of Padova, one of the 32 TOICA partners, presented a paper titled “Loop Heat Pipes and mini-Vapour Cycle System for Helicopter Avionics Electronic Thermal Management” written in collaboration with Thales Avionics and Airbus Helicopter at the 16th International Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Conference.

Siemens Industry Software, one of the 32 TOICA partners, presented a paper titled “Minimizing Aircraft ECS Bleed Off Take Using System Simulation” written in collaboration with Alenia Aermacchi (Leonardo-Finmeccanica) at the IOR Annual Conference 2016.

Airbus Group Innovations, one of the 32 TOICA partners, presented a paper titled “Defining an Architecture Trade-off Management Capability” written in collaboration with Airbus Operations SAS at the 26th Annual INCOSE International Symposium (IS 2016).

Cranfield University, one of the 32 TOICA partners, presented a paper titled “Aircraft Systems Architecting, a Functional-Logical Domain Perspective” written in collaboration with Airbus at the AIAA AVIATION Conference 2016.

DLR, one of the 32 TOICA partners, presented a paper titled “DESA - Optimization of variable structure Modelica models using custom annotations” at the 7th International Workshop on Equation-Based Object-Oriented Modeling Languages and Tools (EOOLT 2016).

Thomas Polacsek of ONERA, one of the 32 TOICA  partners, presented a paper titled "Validation, accreditation of certification: a new kind of diagram to provide confidence" at the IEEE Tenth International Conference on Research Challenges in Information Science June 1-3, 2016, Grenoble, France.

Thales Avionics, one of the 32 TOICA partners, presented a paper titled “Electronic cooling for avionics using loop heat pipes and mini-Vapour Cycle Systems” written in collaboration with Airbus Helicopters, University of Padova and Atherm at the 10th European Advanced Technology Workshop on Micropackaging and Thermal management (IMAPS Conference).

MSC, one of the 32 TOICA partners, presented a paper titled “Aircraft Thermal Architecture Trade-off Management Use Case” written in collaboration with Airbus Operations at the NAFEMS World Congress 2015.

Epsilon Alcen, one of the 32 TOICA partners, presented a paper titled “TOICA – Innovations in aircraft architecture selection, uncertainty management in collaborative trade-offs” written in collaboration with Airbus Group Innovations and Airbus Operations SAS at the 6th International Conference on Experiments/Process/System Modeling/Simulation/Optimization (6th IC-EpsMsO 2015).

Dassault Aviation, one of the 32 TOICA partners, presented a paper titled “Towards Enhanced Process and Tools for Aircraft Systems Assessments during very Early Design Phase” written in collaboration with Liebherr Aerospace at the 11th International Modelica Conference 2015.

Thomas Polacsek of ONERA, one of the 32 TOICA partners, presented a paper titled “A Process to Support and to Report Collaborative Decision” at the 19th IEEE International Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work in Design May 6-8, 2015, Calabria, Italy.

Airbus Operations Limited, one of the 32 TOICA partners, presented a paper titled “MoSSEC:  A new initiative for sharing (Modelling and Simulation information in a collaborative Systems Engineering Context)”  at the GPDIS 2014 (Global Product Data Interoperability Summit).

Airbus Operations SAS, coordinating the 32 TOICA partners, presented a paper titled “Virtual Product Development: TOICA and beyond”  at the AirTN NextGen seminar.

Airbus Operations Limited, one of the 32 TOICA partners, presented a paper titled “MoSSEC:  A new initiative for sharing (Modelling and Simulation information in a collaborative Systems Engineering Context)”  at the PDT Europe 2014 (Product Data Technology).

Pierre Arbez (TOICA Coordinator) from Airbus Operations SAS presented a paper titled “TOICA: Vision, Objectives, Methodology”  at the 4th EASN Association International Workshop on Flight Physics and Aircraft Design.

Thomas Polacsek of ONERA, one of the 32 TOICA partners, was invited by NATO to speak on using argumentation theory in a V&V context at the Lecture Series on "Application of Verification and Validation of Models, Simulations and Data" (MSG-123).  A third session was scheduled 24-25 September 2014 at the NATO M&S COE Facility Caserma De Cicco Piaz in Rome, Italy.

Timoleon Kipouros of the University of Cambridge presented a paper titled “Integrating Value Assessment into the Computational Engineering Design Cycle” written in collaboration with Ola Isaksson of GKN Aerospace Sweden AB at the OPT-I Conference