How airlines navigate the intricate balance between competitive edge and environmental sustainability?

Qian LIU's thesis, endorsed by the Institute for Sustainable Aviation in 2023, sheds light on the intricate dynamics within the aviation sector and on how airlines navigate the intricate balance between competitive edge and environmental sustainability in their flight offerings.

When unforeseen events like new policies or emerging competitors disrupt the airline industry, the race to adapt and secure new market shares intensifies. This scenario sets the stage for the thesis of Qian LIU, titled « Shock Propagation in Air Transport Networks: Stochastic Models and Economic Impacts ». Leveraging advanced signal processing techniques and graph theory, this research delves deep into understanding how shocks reverberate across the entire air transport network, ultimately leading to a new equilibrium.

Under the guidance of Paul Rochet and Chantal Roucolle from ENAC, this groundbreaking study not only sheds light on the intricate dynamics within the aviation sector but also explores innovative applications of signal processing techniques on graphs.

It is worth noting that this promising research is funded by the Occitanie / Pyrénées-Méditerranée Region and ENAC.

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