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Guest lecturer

2016

  • Neil Rubens 

 Lecture 

Neil Rubens received PhD in Computer Science from Tokyo Institute of Technology, MSc in Computer Science from the University of Massachusetts, has about 7 years’ experience as an assistant professor of the University of Electro-Communications, Tokyo. His main research interests include Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning.

At present, Neil Rubens conducts the research projects as follows:

  • together with Stanford University - Utilising AI/ML for Identification of Industry/Sector Opportunities;
  • together with Delft University of Technology and the University of Edinburgh - Utilising AI/ML for Identification of Design Opportunities

Semester 

Autumn semester, Academic year 2016-2017 

Course 

Data Science (from data to products)

 Course topics 

 

Data Acquisition (crawling)

Data Preparation (error detection and correction, enrichment, linking)

Data Modelling (explorative  analysis, modelling, evaluation)

Data Understanding (domain, users)

Data/Model Interaction (data visualisation, story telling, user experience, user interface)

Students 

master's degree programmes' : Computer Science and Information Systems Management students

  • Niccolò Melchionne

 Lecture 

Niccolò Melchionne

Master's Degree in Law, lector.

Baltic Aviation Academy UAB, Vilnius (Lithuania), Dariaus ir Gireno st. 21, LT-02189, Vilnius, Lithuania: http://www.baatraining.com/aviation-academy/

Semester 

весенний семестр 2016 / Spring Semester 2016 / Pavasara semestris 2016

Учебный предмет

Авиационное законодательство (Air Low), 6 к.п. – the lectures will be held in English

 Content of the teaching

programme

 

International law: conventions, agreements and organizations (The Convention on International Civil Aviation (Chicago); Other Conventions and Agreements; World Organisations; European organisations).

Airworthiness of aircraft. Aircraft nationality and registration marks. Personnel licensing.

Rules of the air.

Procedures for air navigation services – aircraft operations (Approach procedures; holding procedures; Altimeter setting procedures; Secondary surveillance radar transponder operating procedures)

Air traffic services and air traffic management (Aeronautical information service; Aerodromes; Facilitation; Search and rescue; Security Aircraft accident and incident)

Students 

Летная эксплуатация авиационного транспорта / Gaisa kuģa pilotēšana / Pilots

  • Andžej Piatikonis

 Lector

Andžej Piatikonis

Bachelor of Transport Engineering, Pilot, Engineer of Aviationб lector.

Baltic Aviation Academy UAB, Vilnius (Lithuania), Dariaus ir Gireno st. 21, LT-02189, Vilnius, Lithuania: http://www.baatraining.com/aviation-academy/

 Semester

весенний семестр 2016 / pavasara semestris 2016/ Spring Semester 2016

Content of the teaching

programme

 

Радиосвязь (Radio Communication), 6 к.п. – the lectures will be held in English

Содержание предмета

 

Priekšmeta saturs

Basic principles; Antennas; Wave propagation

Ground D/F; NDB/ADF; VOR and Doppler-VOR; DME; ILS; MLS

Pulse techniques and associated terms ; Ground Radar; Airborne Weather Radar; Secondary Surveillance Radar and transponder

General philosophy and definitions; Simple 2D RNAV; 4D RNAV; FMS and general terms; Typical flight deck equipment fitted on FMS aircraft

GPS/GLONASS/GALILEO; NAVFRAR GPS; GLONASS; GALILEO; Ground, Satellite and Airborne based augmentation systems

Students 

Студенты, обучающиеся по программам:

Летная эксплуатация авиационного транспорта / Gaisa kuģa pilotēšana

  • Vacius Jusas

Lecturer

 

Lecturer: Professor Vacius Jusas, Kaunas University of Technology (Lithuania) http://ktu.edu/en

Period of teaching

Spring Semester 2016 

Subject area

Software Security Engineering, 2 cr.p.

Content of the teaching

programme

 

Рarticipants

 

  • Michael Alexander Radin

Lecturer

 

Michael Alexander Radin  

Ph.D. Mathematics,

Associate Professor of Mathematics

Rochester Institute of Technology, School of Mathematical Sciences, Rochester, NY, USA

https://www.rit.edu/science/people/michael-radin

Period of teaching

Spring Semester 2016 

Subject area

Discrete Mathematics , 4 cr.p.

Content of the teaching

programme

Basics of Sets & Set Theory; Counting Techniques
Boolean Functions
Graph Theory.

Рarticipants

Computer Science and Information Technology (Bachelor)

Telecommunication systems and computer networks (Bachelor)

Electronics (Bachelor)

2015

Lecturer

Gints Jakobsons Mg.sc.ing., lektor. BAA Training Aviation Academy,

Dariaus ir Gireno st. 21, LT-02189, Vilnius, Lithuania: http://www.baatraining.com/aviation-academy

Period of teaching

осенний семестр 2015 / autumn semester 2015 / rudens semestris 2015

Subject area

Principles of flight (Принципы полета / Lidojuma principi) , 6 cr.p. – the lectures will be held in English

Subsonic aerodynamics; High speed aerodynamics; Stability; Control; Limitations; Propellers; Flight mechanics.

Content of the teaching

programme

Airframe and systems (Планер и системы / Gaisa kuģa korpuss un sistēmas), 6 к.п. – the lectures will be held in English

System design, loads, stresses, maintenance; Airframe

Hydraulics; Landing gear, wheels, types, brakes; Pneumatic – pressurization and air conditioning systems; Anti and de-icing systems; Fuel system; Electrics; Protection and detection systems; Oxygen systems.

Рarticipants

TSI students / TSI cтуденты / TSI studenti:

Pilots / Пилоты / Gaisa kuģu pilotēšana 

Lecturer

Anatoli Beifert
Head of EU projects centre
Wismar University of Applied Sciences

Period of teaching

2015 year, spring semester

Subject area

Business Simulation Game (3 ЕСТS)

(English)

Content of the teaching

programme

1. Preparing case studies in Management Accounting

2. Business strategy and Management

3. Business Simulation Game - Analysis of the starting situation - Preparing rounds - Main Rounds - Discussion of the results - Business Report

Рarticipants

TSI students:Faculty of Transport and Logistics, Faculity of Economics and Management

 

Lecturer

Dr.sc.ing, Ms.oec. Vaira Gromule

Chairman of the Board

Riga International Coach Terminal JSC

General Secretary

Association of Paneuropean Coach Terminals

Period of teaching

September 2014 - May 2015

Subject area

Transport Economics (4 cr.p)

(in English, Latvian, Russian)

Content of the teaching programme

The purpose of Transport Economics is to combine four different perspectives in a one course and to provide a general overview. This course will encourage rational analysis and contribute to successful decisions, both within transport firms and in policymaking.

• Regulation in the transport sector
• Economics of transport management:
• Cost calculation and pricing in a transport firm
• Investing in vehicles
• Logistical costs
• transport decisions from a logistical perspective
• Transport supply and demand.equilibrium and market structure
• Transport policy as part of general policy
• Charging for extremal costs
• Taxation methods and alternative measures
• Pricing policy ricing
• Infrastructure policy

Рarticipants

Master, Faculty of Transport and Logistics

Lecturer

Slavomir Augustyn PhD, Eng., Assoc. professor. National Defence University, Poland, Warsaw: http://w-zid.aon.edu.pl/wzid/index.php/lista-wykladowcow/nauczyciele/ite...

Period of teaching

Autumn semester 2014

Subject area

Ground Handling, 2 cr.p. – the lectures will be held in English

Content of the teaching

programme

Basic terminology and typology of Ground Handling.

Standard Ground Handling Agreement – IATA SGHA.

Business plan of Ground Handling company.

Success factor in Ground Handling like TQM.

Know-how to build a Global Network in Ground Services for aviation safety.

Case study of the Ground Handling.

Technological progress in the Ground Handling business.

Controlling and reporting of Ground Handling activities.

Рarticipants

Aviation Transport (Bachelor)

 

2014

Lecturer

Dr.sc.ing, Ms.oec. Vaira Gromule

Chairman of the Board

Riga International Coach Terminal JSC

General Secretary

Association of Paneuropean Coach Terminals

Period of teaching

September 2013 - April 2014

Subject area

Transport Economics (4 cr.p)

(in English, Latvian, Russian)

Content of the teaching programme

The purpose of Transport Economics is to combine four different perspectives in a one course and to provide a general overview. This course will encourage rational analysis and contribute to successful decisions, both within transport firms and in policymaking.

• Regulation in the transport sector
• Economics of transport management:
• Cost calculation and pricing in a transport firm
• Investing in vehicles
• Logistical costs
• transport decisions from a logistical perspective
• Transport supply and demand.equilibrium and market structure
• Transport policy as part of general policy
• Charging for extremal costs
• Taxation methods and alternative measures
• Pricing policy ricing
• Infrastructure policy

Рarticipants

Master, Faculty of Transport and Logistics

  • Prof. Nicos Komninos

Lecturer

Prof. Nicos Komninos Director of URENIO Research, Faculty of Engineering, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece.

Date

16th October 2014

Topic

Intelligent Cities and Intelligent Transportation Systems

  • Prof. Jacek Mazurkiewicz

Lecturer

As. Prof. Jacek Mazurkiewicz, Wroclaw University of Technology, Poland

Date

16th October 2014

Topic

The Future of Automotive - Augmented Reality versus Autonomous Vehicles

2013

Lecturer

 

Dr. habil. in Transport Technology, Professor of Vilnius Technical University,

Transport Management Department

RAMUNAS PALSAITIS

 

 

Publications:

Author or co-author of more than 200 scientific publications, including:

  • Strategic planning of transport priority infrastructure development. Vilnius.Technika. 2013. 175p. Collective monograph. In Lithuanian.
  • Transport and logistics service of international business. Vilnius.Technika. 2011. 298p. Manual. In Lithuanian.
  • Contemporary Logistics. Vilnius. Technika. 2010. 335 p. Manual. In Lithuanian.
  • And others

SELECTED PROJECT REFERENCES

  • Interreg III Project „BSR Transgovernance. Multi-level governance to better align transport policies” 2012-2014. Lithuania team leader
  • Interreg III project „Connecting Authorities for Safer Heavy Goods Traffic in the Baltic Sea Region - C.A.S.H.“2009-2012. Lithuania team leader
  • Interreg III project „TransBaltic-Towards an integrated transport system in the Baltic Sea Region“ 2009-2011. Expert

     

  • FRAMEWORK 7 project “Be Logic. Benchmark Logistics for Co-modality”. TREN/FP7TR/218694/ 2008—2011. Lithuania team leader
  • And others

Period of teaching

Autumn semester 2013 - spring semester 2014

Subject area

Introduction to Logistics (2 c.p.)

Transport Logistics (4 c.p)

Purchases and Reserves Logistics (2 c.p.)

(The lectures will be held in English)

Content of the teaching

programme

• Theoretical basis of logistics
• Logistic systems

• Functional and logistical management.
• Distribution and physical distribution
• Logistical costs
• Modern logistical technologies of delivering cargoes and passengers
• Transport tariffs
• Key ideas and problems of Purchasing
• Purchasing from global sources
• Stocks as object of management in logisics systems
• Stock control in integrated systems (MRP1, MRP2, DRP).
• Purchasing flows in logistics systems

Рarticipants

Students, Faculty of Transport and Logistics

Lecturer

Prof. Dr. Gunnar Prause

Professor at Wismar Business School / University of Wismar, Germany

Professor at Tallinn University of Technology / TSEBA

Period of teaching

February – March - 2013

Subject area

Strategic Management (2 cr.p)

(The lectures will be held in English)

Content of the teaching programme

Introduction into strategic management and application to logistics and transport sector in seminar form. The lecture will give an overview of the scientific area of strategic management and the most important techniques and methods in strategic management. The knowledge and corresponding methodology of strategic management will be presented and studied within the seminar and deepened with business cases. The tentative topics will comprise the following point:

Introduction, Development & Objectives of strategic management
SWOT and business environment
Marketing strategies & PIMS
Economy of scale, Economy of distance, Experience curve effect, Life cycle concept
Portfolio Theory
Strategic costing and Activity based Costing
Standardisation, Module & Platform Concepts
Benchmarking, Value-added profiles, Financial strategies
Cases: Green Corridors, Multimodal Transport, Hub-Spoke-Systems

Level Master

Master, Faculty of Transport and Logistics

Period of teaching

February – March - 2013

Subject area

Business Simulation Game LUDUS

(The lectures will be held in English)

Content of the teaching programme

LUDUS for WINDOWS is a Business-Simulation where two up to six joint-stock companies engaged in the same line of business are competing in three markets. All companies are being confronted with the same business cycles, developments of the business line as well as market trends in situations close to reality. At the start of the game, each company is handed over to a „fixed term board of directors“. The purpose of the game is to develop using different business and economics analysis and team work skills.

Development of enterprise strategy and implementation of the strategy in an international context are done as teamwork. Decisions are made based on limited information and outcome of enterprises is dependent on other players decisions. Acquired skills from different fields of business disciplines (marketing, management, accountancy, financial management, strategic management) will be employed comprehensively. Teamwork skills development has important role in the game.

This e-learning module is produced to help students to understand the logic of the game, prepare for the lectures and refresh the basic knowledge about enterprise management. This is a supporting tool, in order to finalize the subject and earn the credit points it is essential to took part of the seminars and play the game in a group.

Рarticipants

Students. Higher Professional Bachelor Study Programme
"Transport and Business Logistics"

 

Lecturer

Dr.sc.ing, Ms.oec. Vaira Gromule

Chairman of the Board

Riga International Coach Terminal JSC

General Secretary

Association of Paneuropean Coach Terminals

Period of teaching

September 2012 - April 2013

Subject area

Transport Economics (4 cr.p)

(in English, Latvian, Russian)

Content of the teaching programme

The purpose of Transport Economics is to combine four different perspectives in a one course and to provide a general overview. This course will encourage rational analysis and contribute to successful decisions, both within transport firms and in policymaking.

• Regulation in the transport sector
• Economics of transport management:
• Cost calculation and pricing in a transport firm
• Investing in vehicles
• Logistical costs
• transport decisions from a logistical perspective
• Transport supply and demand.equilibrium and market structure
• Transport policy as part of general policy
• Charging for extremal costs
• Taxation methods and alternative measures
• Pricing policy ricing
• Infrastructure policy

Рarticipants

Master, Faculty of Transport and Logistics

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