Tatjana Bolić

Dr. Tatjana Bolic is a senior researcher in VIU. She is currently managing the VIU involvement in the EURIDICE project (ICT in logistics). Dr. Tatjana Bolic has a strong expertise in the areas of automation adoption and human factors in the Air Traffic Control, as well as the issues related to airport design and operations. The topic of her Ph.D. thesis was the Automation Adoption and Adaptation in the ATC, where she assessed the extent of air traffic controllers’ adoption of User Request Evaluation Tool (URET) and the factors that lead to such adoption and use, for which she received a Best paper award at the 6th ATM and R&D USA and European Seminar. During her Ph.D. program she also worked on assessing the benefits to airlines, in terms of reduced flight times, using statistical methods resulting from the use of User Request Evaluation Tool (URET) in two Air Route Traffic Control Centers, FAA sponsored research. In the area of airport design, she worked on fast time simulations for major American airports, noise data analysis, review of LAX Master Plan and analysis and critique of gate capacity calculation, and teaching the airport design class at the graduate level.

Tatjana’s native language is Serbian, she is fluent in English and Italian, and has basic knowledge of French. She is a member of AV060 Airspace and Airport Capacity and Delay Committee of the Transportation Research Board.