Author: Pam Forster

The Cranfield Jet in its hanger next to the DARTeC Centre
Events

UAM Open Demo Day

Join Cranfield University for the first open day for the Advanced Air Mobility and AMU-LED Demos. This flight demonstration with UAM devices and UAVs constitutes phase 1 of the Cranfield validation exercise. Phase 2 will be held in September 2022.

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Dr. Anders af Wåhlberg
Blog

Welcome to Dr. Anders af Wåhlberg

We are delighted to welcome Dr. Anders af Wåhlberg to the TAS-S Node.  Dr. af Wåhlberg has recently joined us as a Research Fellow and will be based at Cranfield University.  He has an MA and PhD in Psychology and

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An original 1930s/1940s red bricked building at Cranfield with a covered seating area outside.
Blog

The University with an Airport!

Last week, we held our researchers’ workshop.  Although this was the second time the researchers had all met each other, it was our first trip down to Cranfield.  

Although Cranfield is nearly 200 miles from Lancaster, it is remarkably easy

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TAS-S researchers outside Lancaster Castle
Blog

Meeting the TAS-S team!

TAS-S researchers outside Lancaster Castle
Waiting to explore Lancaster Castle
A large decorated Christmas tree in the Lancaster House Hotel
The Lancaster House Hotel was looking very festive throughout the event

On the 24th and 25th November, the TAS-S Researchers took part in a face-to-face workshop for the very first time.  For me, this was

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Photo of Eduardo Soares in front of some mountains
News

Eduardo Soares to join TAS-S!

Eduardo Soares is currently a 3rd year Ph.D. student at Lancaster University, where he is funded by Ford (Palo Alto – USA) to work on the project “Transparent Deep Learning Classifier of Driving Scenarios able to Identify and Learn from

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Photo of Dr. Andrew Sogokon
News

Welcome to Dr. Andrew Sogokon

We are delighted to announce that Dr. Andrew Sogokon has joined TAS-S  as a Senior Research Fellow.  Dr. Sogokon joins us from the University of Southampton (UK) and is based at Lancaster University.

His research is broadly in the area

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Photo of Pamela Forster, holding a cup of tea
Blog

New role, new project!

As I have been in the role of Project Manager for the  TAS-S node for a few weeks now, I thought this would be a good opportunity to reflect on how things are going so far and highlight some of

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