Areas of expertise
- Aeronautical Systems
- Aerospace Structures
- Aviation Management & Operations
Tingyu Gong is a Research Fellow in Future Air Mobility, with the Centre for Autonomous and Cyber-Physical Systems in the School of Aerospace, Transport and Manufacturing. Prior to joining Cranfield University, he received his M.Sc. and B.Sc. in Air Traffic Management from Civil Aviation University of China. He completed his Ph.D in Advanced Guidance and Flight Simulation from Sichuan University, China. His main research interests focus on the solutions for enabling future Advanced Air Mobility(AAM) and Urban Air Mobility(UAM) operations leveraging advanced technologies in air traffic management. He is engaged in several Future Flight Challenge projects and dedicated his time in conducting simulation analyses.
Cranfield Co-I of project AMEC (Air Mobility Ecosystem Consortium), 2022-2024, funded by UKRI under the Future Flight Challenge Phase 3 programme, ID: 10023201.
Articles In Journals
- Gong T, Han S & Yang K (2022) Vulnerability evaluation and improvement method of civil aviation navigation network, Complexity, 2022 Article No. 4032957.
- Gao W, Gong TY & Ye ZJ (2015) Airspace sector dividing method to balance dynamic control workload, Journal of Aeronautics, Astronautics and Aviation, 47 (1) 23-29.