2018 Aeronautics Safety Day Schedule of Events | Kent State University

2018 Aeronautics Safety Day Schedule of Events

Below is the schedule of events for 2018. Check back as we will be updating the schedule for the 2018 Aeronautics Safety Day Schedule of Events.

Activities

photo 2017 Aero Safety Day Barany Chair

Sign-In: Please sign in to each speaker you attend.

Barany Chair-go for a spin in the Barany chair to experience spatial disorientation effects! On loan to us from the Cleveland Flight Standards District Office (FSDO) is the Barany Chair, or “Vertigo Chair,” which Mike Fuzer will use to give participants first-hand experience with the effects of spatial disorientation in a controlled environment (see schedule of speakers).

Raffle prizes throughout the day and after the Keynote Speaker

Refreshments

Starting off Aeronautics Safety Day, water, coffee, tea, hot chocolate and a selection of breakfast pastries will be provided.

Water, iced tea, punch, soda pop and a selection of fruits, vegetables, and chips, with dip will be provided throughout the day, as well as pizza.

For purchase, additional dining options are available in the Kent State Student Center.

Speaker/Room Schedule

Room 310 Safety Day Center-general information, literature, networking, raffle prize viewing, food, and more

Small prizes may be given out during speaker presentations, so pay attention and participate! Receive a raffle ticket after each speaker presentation you attend. Most prizes will be raffled after the Keynote Speaker.

9:00 AM Speakers

Room 316 Leah Hetzel and Chris Douris “Abnormal Life of an Airline Pilot”
Room 317 Jim Sebastian “Recognizing and Avoiding Distraction”

10:30 AM Speakers

Room 315 Andy Behary “Air Traffic Controller, Overview of Operations”
Room 316 Leah Hetzel and Chris Douris “Abnormal Life of an Airline Pilot”
Room 317 Kevin Fetsko “International Standard for Business Aircraft Operations (IS-BAO) and Safety Management Systems”

12:00 PM Speakers

Room 309 Galib Albumeri “Aircraft Certification: Roles and Responsibilities”
Room 313 Myron Koyle “And the Winner Is... Applying Good Aeronautical Decision-Making”
Room 315 Andy Behary “Air Traffic Controller, Overview of Operations”
Room 316 Alan Zeleznik “Runway Incursions and Airport Hot Spots”
Room 317 Jim Sebastian “Recognizing and Avoiding Distractions”
Room 319 Mike Fuzer “Flight Physiology and Spatial Disorientation” featuring the Barany chair

1:30 PM Speakers

Room 309 Mark Woike “New Sensors and Techniques for Aircraft Engine Health Monitoring”
Room 313 Tim Lanigan “Avoiding a Plastic Cloud” (Unmanned Aerial Vehicles UAV/drones)
Room 315 Daniel Mickolick "Wrenching Safety into Aviation Maintenance"
Room 316 Adam Basaran “Threat and Error Management”
Room 317 Kevin Fetsko “International Standard for Business Aircraft Operations (IS-BAO) and Safety Management Systems”
Room 319 Chris Robison “Operational Control and You: The Finer Workings of a Dispatch Department”

3:00 PM Speakers

Room 309 David Stresing “Regulatory Compliance for Design of Aircraft Structures”
Room 313 Hans Krach "Akron Canton Airspace with interactive ATC discussion"
Room 315 Nick Belluardo “Airport Construction Safety Phasing Plans”
Room 316 Alan Zeleznik “Runway Incursions and Airport Hot Spots”
Room 317 Tony Vallillo “As the Pros Fly”
Room 319 Mike Fuzer “Flight Physiology and Spatial Disorientation” featuring the Barany chair

5:00 PM Keynote Speaker

Governance Chambers, Keynote Speaker Captain Ted Orris, “The Evolution of Safety”

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Please note that rooms and speakers/topics are subject to change. The date for Kent State University's Aeronautics Safety Day is typically the second Thursday in April.