the 67th International Congress of Aviation and Space Medicine, ICASM 2019.
It is my honor and pleasure to invite you on behalf of University of Debrecen and PHARMAFLIGHT Aeromedical Insititute to participate in the 67th International Congress of Aviation and Space Medicine, ICASM 2019 under the theme
As organizers we will do our best to create a friendly atmosphere for work and rest, encourage new personal contacts and exchange of ideas.
The ICASM2019 Conference is aimed at bringing together a wide variety of specialists in Aerospace Medicine with the purpose to show the latest developments in the respective fields, to exchange experience, stimulate further interaction and discuss the latest challenges that our community of Aviation faces.
To explore DEBRECEN which was the largest Hungarian city in the 18th century and it is one of the most important cultural centres of the Hungarians. Debrecen was also the capital city of Hungary during the revolution in 1848-1849. To see the cultural riches of Debrecen and Hortobágy which are unique and iconic in their own right. The streets of the cívis town and its buildings representing a medley of architectural styles set up a pleasant atmosphere. Leisurely walks in museums and galleries will lead to close encounters with artistic treasure troves of past and present. Get to know the centuries-old artistic and folklore traditions of Debrecen and Hortobágy that live on today.
To see HORTOBÁGY National Park which is rich with folklore and cultural history. The park, a part of the Alföld (Great Plain), was elected among the World Heritage sites in 1999. Hortobágy is a steppe, a grassy plain with Hungarian Grey cattle, racka, water buffalo, and horses tended by herdsmen. It is also famous by its gastronomy and unique atmosphere.
As of 2002, he is an invited speaker at the University of Debrecen and he regularly holds seminars on aviation, airport development and air transport topics and he has several publications. As a new idea in Europe he introduces the “Air Traffic Management” specialized course at the University of Debrecen and creates the airline background for it as Honorary Associate Professor. With the involvement of well-known aircraft and helicopter manufacturers he creates a high-level aircraft simulator base with the aim to establish an international "Flight Academia" in Debrecen. Honorary Associate Professor and Head of Aviation Engineering Department of University of Debrecen, Director General of Civil Aviation of Hungary. During the past years he obtained several airman certificates, among others, commercial and airline pilot licenses, inter alia for the Boeing 737 type.
President of the Organizing Committee of ICASM 2019
Honorary Associate Professor and Head of Aviation Engineering Department of University of Debrecen, Director General of Civil Aviation of Hungary
President of the Scientific Committee of ICASM 2019
Co-Chairman of the Scientific Committee
Social Program Chairman
Assistant to Secretary Organizing Team
(before 11th June)
One day ticket
One day ticket
includes entrance to sessions, congress material, Welcome Reception, Gala Dinner, Technical Tour, coffee breaks and lunches as per programme
includes Welcome Reception,Technical Tour, Gala Dinner, complimentary half day tour, coffee breaks and lunches as per programme.
includes entrance to sessions, Technical Tours coffee breaks and lunches as per the day programme.
Cancellation should be done by e-mail by August the 5th. In this case, 50% of registration fee will be deducted as administrative costs and the rest will be returned to your account. All registration fees for applicants are final and cannot be refunded after the cancellation date of August 06st. Cancellations received after this date will not be eligible for a refund.
The PHARMAFLIGHT Plc. was established in 2002 in order to form a research and training center equipped with world-class tools to create high level Hungarian added value. The project is a “greenfield investment”, which was created using the latest technologies (solar cell, solar collector, ion boilers). Within the framework of the investment, the building of a scientific and service center was built on an area of nearly 5,745 m2 with the necessary infrastructure that consist 3 main units.
HungaroControl as an integrated (civil and military) air navigation service provider guarantees the efficient flow of all flights operated in accordance with the rules of general air traffic (GAT) in the Hungarian airspace, ranging from aircraft departing from or landing at Budapest Liszt Ferenc International Airport to overflying traffic in upper airspace. In ANS III, the Budapest air traffic control centre covering nearly ten thousand square meters and equipped with state-of-the-art technology, the Hungarian experts control Hungary’s air traffic using MATIAS, one of the most modern air navigation systems. HungaroControl’s flight safety performance is renowned even in an international comparison, and the company has not caused a single second of delay to airlines or passengers in the past 10 years. At the airport of the Hungarian capital (BUD), aerodrome controllers, and in the Budapest Air Traffic Control Centre, approach and area controllers are on 24-hour duty. Hungarian air traffic controllers (ATCOs) manage about 600,000 flights per year on average, and in intensive periods, an aircraft enters Hungary’s airspace in every 30-40 seconds. The daily average is 1700, and the all-time high was 3257 aircraft controlled in a single day. For flights in the uncontrolled airspace, HungaroControl provides a flight information service.
Based on temporary assignment from NATO, from 2014 HungaroControl also manages the upper airspace over Kosovo, which is a major diplomatic success for Hungary and a significant professional recognition for the company
Hungary lies in the middle of Europe, in the Carpathian Basin since its foundation, which 1100 th anniversary was celebrated in 1996. Hungary is one of the most important tourist destinations in Central and Eastern Europe welcoming more than 1 million visitors each year.
Debrecen is Hungary’s second largest city, but it is often known as the Capital of the Great Hungarian Plain. Although it may seem as though it is a little far away from Budapest, it is well worth making the trip to experience a different side of Hungary.
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