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The third WN3E Workshop on Wake Turbulence Achievements and Future Research Needs was hosted by NATS and took place at Grand Harbour Hotel in Southampton, United Kingdom on May 10th & 11th 2011.

All presentations as a single, packed zip-file (36 MB): download

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Workshop minutes: download

Day 1 - Tuesday, May 10th  
09:00 Workshop Registration 
09:00 Welcome & Introduction
PAUL HASKINS, GM LONDON TERMINAL CONTROL, NATS
DIETRICH KNÖRZER, Scientific Officer, European Commission
ANDREAS REINKE, Coordinator - WakeNet3-Europe, AIRBUS
10:00 Session 1: Wake Turbulence Separations and Recategorisation
10:00 Procedural Time Based Separation
JENNI SYKES (NATS)
10:30 RECAT
DAVID BOOTH (EUROCONTROL)
11:00 Coffee Break 
11:30 SESAR project 6.8.1 “Flexible and Dynamic Use of Wake Vortex Separations” 
MIKE COWHAM (NATS)
12:00 Airport Terminal Traffic Simulation Applying Reduced Wake Vortex Separation
NAOKI MATAYOSHI (JAXA)
12:30 Lunch
14:00 Update on A380 Wake Vortex Activities
CLAUDE LELAIE (AIRBUS)
14:30 Technology Enablers for Optimised Wake Vortex Separation
SHANNA SCHOENHALS (TU-BRAUNSCHWEIG)
16:30 Coffee Break
15:30 CROPS/TBS
DAVID BOOTH (EUROCONTROL)
16:00 SESAR project 12.2.2 “Runway Wake Vortex Detection, Prediction and Decision Support Tools” 
JEAN-FRANCOIS MONEUSE (THALES AIR SYSTEMS)
19:00 Social Event – Dinner De Vere Grand Harbour 
Day 2 - Wednesday, May 11th  
08:45 Session 2 : Continued Wake Vortex Research
09:00 A theoretical explanation as to why the induced rolling moment of an A380 wake on an A320 or A300 aircraft can be much like that of a B747 wake
GREGOIRE WINCKELMANS (UCL)
09:30 Wake Vortex Topology and Decay – New Insights from Observation and Simulation
FRANK HOLZAEPFEL (DLR)
10:00 Coffee Break
10:30 Wake Vortex Scattering Characteristics and Future Research Needs
ZHONGXUN LIU (NUDT/ISAE)
11:00 Session 3 : Wake Advisory Systems & Weather Prediction
11:00 Towards a Wake Encounter Advisory & Avoidance System – Recent work at DLR
TOBIAS BAUER (DLR)
11:30 Benefits of Conditional Reduction of Wake Turbulence Separation Minima 
JENS KONOPKA (DFS)
12:00 Lunch
13:00 SESAR projects 9.11 & 9.30 “Aircraft Systems for Wake Encounter Alleviation”
SEBASTIAN KAUERTZ (AIRBUS)
13:45 Wind and Wake Vortex Monitoring Sensors Research Needs for Airport Operations
FREDERIC BARBARESCO (THALES AIR SYSTEMS)
14:15 WN3E Workshop Comments
DIETRICH KNÖRZER (EC), ANDREW BADHAM (UK CAA), BOB LUNNON (UK MET OFFICE), ANDREAS REINKE (AIRBUS)
14:45 Coffee Break
15:00 A Radar Simulator for Monitoring Wake Turbulence in Rainy Weather
ZHONGXUN LIU (NUDT/ISAE)
15:30 GreenWake 
CARSTEN SCHWARZ (DLR)
16:00 Closing Session
15:00 Workshop Close
ANDREAS REINKE (AIRBUS), MATT ROSS (NATS), OTHERS
16:00 End of Workshop