Aircraft Breaking Availability Testing (BAT) - ON-150

Preferred Disciplines: Human Factors, Working & Traveling in Aircraft (WTA) (Masters; PhD or Post-Doc)
Company: Team Eagle & Greater Sudbury Airport
Project Length: TBD
Desired start date: TBD
Location: Sudbury, ON
No. of Positions: 1
Preferences: Ideally Laurentian University – a Northern Ontario academic preferred

About the Company: 

Team Eagle Ltd. (TEL) is engaged the research & development, design, testing, manufacturing, marketing, selling and after-market service for airfield equipment, smart devices & sensors and software applications that targets inspection, maintenance and operation management to support airport customers in achieving enhanced safety, efficiency and capacity.

Greater Sudbury Airport The Greater Sudbury Airport (YSB), (GSA) operates under the Sudbury Airport Community Development Corporation (SACDC), a not-for-profit, non-share capital corporation at arm’s length of the City of Greater Sudbury.  The Greater Sudbury Airport is one of Northern Ontario’s busiest, with commercial air service to over 200,000 passengers annually, and is currently served by Air Canada, Bearskin Airlines, Porter Airlines, WestJet and Sunwing Airlines.

Project Description:

Lead airfield/aviation research in Ontario's North for the BAT technology, providing data on human factors consideration, the ability to improve the quality (objectivity, turnaround time, other) of airfield condition reporting and return on investment calculations.

Research Objectives:

  • TBD

Methodology:

  • TBD

Expertise and Skills Needed:

    • Knowledge of Human Factors
    • Develop measurement capabilities to determine impact on pilot, crew etc

    For more info or to apply to this applied research position, please

    1. Check your eligibility and find more information about open projects
    2. Interested students need to get the approval from their supervisor and send their CV along with a link to their supervisor’s university webpage by applying through the webform.
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