Speaker Bio

Jürgen Teutsch

Royal Netherlands Aerospace Centre - NLR

Senior R&D Engineer

Jürgen Teutsch studied Mechanical Engineering with a major in Aerospace Engineering at the Technical University of Aachen and obtained his academic degree in space engineering with a final examination on GPS-data post-processing carried out at Delft University of Technology in 1995. After gaining job experience in the IT sector and as aerospace engineer at TU Delft and Airbus Germany, he joined the Royal Netherlands Aerospace Centre (NLR) in 2000 as manager for ATM simulation projects. As validation specialist for real-time and fast-time simulations, he participated in international initiatives for harmonization of ATM R&D and was contributing author of the European Operational Concept Validation Methodology (E-OCVM). Jürgen has been involved in airport and safety net related research within the SESAR Programme for many years. Recently, activities also focused on the validation of innovative technology, such as remote towers and augmented reality devices in conventional tower environments. Furthermore, Jürgen took leadership roles in validation projects for integration of unmanned air traffic movements into ATC controlled airspace in Europe.