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Dr. Max SARDOU Paper/Presentation Title STAGE SEPARATION AND SATELLITE ESTRANGEMENT Dr. Max SARDOU is master in physic and doctor engineer: He has discovered ground effect in 1973 during his thesis work He has worked 5 years on the ARIANE LO1 rocket He has created SARDOU SAS in 1980. Dr. Max SARDOU has: * designed and produced the fastest mowing ground in the world in 1985 working for racing car manufacturers. * studied ultra-low noise fans * designed composite torsion spring * designed composite “C” springs * designed composite coils springs * invented EPOSIL a high-performance epoxy * invented TOUGHCERAM a high-performance ceramic Now he works on high performances materials and technologies.
President - The International Society of MultiphysicsUK
Professor Moatamedi completed his engineering education including a Ph.D. at The University of Sheffield, an MBA at Manchester Business School of The University of Manchester; and LLM International Business Law at The University of Leeds. He is currently the President of Al Ghurair University. Prior to his current post, he was the Dean of the College of Engineering and Computing at Al Ghurair University where he successfully led the ABET (Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology) international accreditations for all college programs. Previously at Imperial College London, Cranfield University, Arctic University of Norway, Narvik University, University of Salford, and The University of Sheffield, he held senior managerial positions and also carried out research and teaching in the areas of Multiphysics, Modelling & Simulations, and Engineering Design. During his tenure at Imperial College London he was the Technical Manager for the Centre for Nuclear Engineering, at Cranfield the Director of Motorsport Engineering and Management, at Arctic University the Director of Multiphysics Centre; in Narvik the Founding Director of High North Technology Centre; and at Salford the Director of the Centre for Engineering Materials and the Director of Aerospace Engineering. He is the author of numerous peer-reviewed publications, commercial reports, and presentations including keynote addresses at international symposiums and conferences. He has risen substantial funding for research and innovation projects from the UK and overseas research councils, European Union, industry, and other sources. He successfully supervised many Ph.D. students to completion and many more graduate projects. He has extensive teaching experience in a wide range of engineering, management, and law subjects including modeling and simulations, project management, and intellectual property. He has been an external examiner for many research and teaching programs internationally including the engineering courses at Emirates Aviation University.
University of HuddersfieldUK
Len Gelman Biography: Len Gelman, PhD, Dr. Of Sciences (Habilitation) joined the University of Huddersfield as a Professor, Chair in Signal Processing and Condition Monitoring and the Director of Centre for Efficiency and Performance Engineering, in 2017 from Cranfield University, where he had worked as a Professor and Chair in Vibro-Acoustical Monitoring since 2005, creating a team focused on Vibro-acoustical condition monitoring of complex systems with an emphasis on their practical deployment. During his time at Cranfield, Len has developed technologies which have been field trialled in applications ranging from aircraft engines, gearboxes, bearings, steam turbines, composite materials and centrifugal compressors. He has managed as the Principal Investigator contributions to multiple EU funded programs, UK DTI programs (4 grants), multiple EPSRC grants, Royal Society grant, USA National Academy of Sciences grant, USA National Research Council grant, and multiple industrial contracts, including multiple contracts with Rolls-Royce (6 contracts), contracts with SKF, Shell, Scottish Southern Energy (two contracts), Caterpillar (USA, two contracts), London Underground (three contracts) and Cranfield Boeing Centre of Excellence (3 contracts). Before joining Cranfield University, Len was the Principal Investigator of USA International Science Foundation grant, USA Civilian Research and Development Foundation grants (two grants), USA MacArthur Foundation grant, Israel Lady Davis grant and Italian Landau Centro Volta grant. Len was • the Technical Manager of EU Framework FP7 project monitor • the Technical Manager of EU Framework FP7 project Indgear • the Technical Manager of EU Framework FP7 project PileInspect • the Technical Manager of the UK DTI project Sustain • the Coordinator of EPSRC project Len received the Rolls-Royce engineering award for innovation in 2012, COMADIT Prize (by British Institute of NDT) in 2017 for significant contribution through research/development in condition monitoring, Oxford Academic Health Science Network Award, 2014, William Smith Prize by UK Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 2010 and USA Navy Award, 1998. Len is the Honorary Technical Editor for the International Journal of Condition Monitoring, the Editor-in-Chief, the International Journal of Engineering Sciences (SCMR), the Executive Director of the International Society for Condition Monitoring, the Chair of the annual International Condition Monitoring Conferences, the Honorary Co-Chair of the annual World Congresses of Engineering, a Co-Chair of the International Conference COMADEM 2019, the University of Huddersfield, and the Chair of the International Scientific Committee of the Third World Congress on Condition Monitoring, China, 2021. He was the General Chair of the First World Congress on Condition Monitoring, London, 2017, the Chair of the Second World Congress on Engineering Asset Management, a Co-Chair of the Technical Program of the International Conference on Maintenance, Prognostic and Health Management, 2012 and the Chair of the International Committee of the Second World Congress on Condition Monitoring, Singapore, 2019. Len is a Co-Chair of the International Working Group of the International Committee for NDT, the Chair of the International Working Group of the European Federation of NDT and a Member of ISO Technical Committee, Condition Monitoring. Len has published more than 250 publications, including 17 patents and 2 book chapters and he is a co-editor of 11 books published by Springer. He is a Fellow of British Institute of NDT, a Fellow of the International Association of Engineers and a Fellow of UK Institution of Diagnostic Engineers. Len made 42 plenary keynote presentations at major international conferences during period 1999-2019 and also made more than 100 invited lectures and seminars in the UK, USA, France, Italy, Denmark, Switzerland, Holland, India and Israel during period 1996-2019. He was a Visiting Professor at nine Universities abroad and at Argonne National Laboratory (USA). Len is reviewer of the following funding bodies: EPSRC, the Agency for Innovation by Science and Technology in Flanders,Belgium, German Research Foundation, Germany, Czech Science Foundation, Czech Republic, Research Grants Council, Hong Kong, China, Scottish Universities Physics Alliance, Scotland and National Research Foundation, South Africa. Research Expertise and Interests Professor Gelman's research interests include: Vibro-acoustical diagnosis, prognosis and root cause analysis, Classical and time-frequency signal processing, Pattern recognition, Structural health monitoring, NDT in civil engineering and Adaptation of condition monitoring technologies.
Hamid Bahai received his PhD degree in 1993 in Computational Mechanics from Queen Mary College, University of London. Between 1993 and 1995 he worked as a Senior Research Engineer at T&N Technology where he was involved in research and development work on a number of projects for the automotive and aerospace industries. This was followed by a period at Halliburton Inc during which time he carried out design and analysis of a number of major offshore structures. In 1996 he moved to the aerospace industry by joining Astrium, an aerospace subsidiary of European Aeronautics Defense and Space company, where as a senior scientist, he played a leading role in conducting design, mathematical modelling and computational analysis of Euro3000 space craft structures and Ariane launcher / spacecraft adapter. It was during this period that he was made a Fellow of the Institute of Mechanical Engineers for his technical contributions and services to the scientific and engineering communities. In 1998 he returned to academia and joined Brunel University as a lecturer. He was promoted to Senior Lecturer in 2004, Reader in 2005 and Professor in Computational Mechanics in 2009. He has led a number of research projects covering a wide range of topics in the area of Computational Mechanics and has published over 140 papers on various themes in the field. In 2014 Hamid Bahai was appointed as the Head of the newly formed Department of Mechanical, Aerospace and Civil Engineering at Brunel University, London and in 2019 was appointed as the Director of Brunel’s Institute of Materials & Manufacturing. Hamid Bahai’s many theoretical and applied contributions include the development of a new type of non-linear shallow shell strain based finite element and a novel inverse eigenvalue formulation for optimizing the vibratory behavior of structures. His current research interests include development of non-linear finite element formulations and algorithms for fluid-solid interaction and multi-scale continuum-particle numerical simulations. He acted as principal investigator and the chair of government and industrial jointly funded consortiums to work in a high performance computational fluid-solid coupled structural analysis projects. The output of a number of analytical models developed by Hamid Bahai and his co-workers has now become international benchmarks in the scientific community and industry. He has conducted consulting work in the field of structural integrity for many UK and International companies and has given invited talks and courses the world over on various topics in structural computational mechanics. He is the Editor-in-Chief of the European Journal of Computational Mechanics. Qualifications Education • PhD in Computational Mechanics -- Queen Mary College, University of London, 1993
NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center USA
Biography: Anand K. Bhatia is a Scientist Emeritus at NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland, USA. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Maryland in 1963. He taught for one year at Wesleyan University. He was a National Academy Research Fellow from 1963 to 1965 before joining the staff at Goddard. He developed the method of symmetric Euler-angle decomposition (with A. Temkin). He specializes in calculations of bound states, Feshbach resonances, and scattering of electrons and positrons using his hybrid theory. He has applied his theory to the calculations of photodetachment and photoionization cross-sections and to the opacity of the atmosphere of the Sun. He is a fellow of the American Physical Society.
Director- Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics China
Junhui Hu is a Chang-Jiang Distinguished Professor, China, the director of Precision Driving Lab at Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, and the deputy director of State Key Laboratory of Mechanics and Control of Mechanical Structures, China. He received his Ph.D. Degree from Tokyo Institute of Technology, Tokyo, Japan, in 1997, and B. E. and M. E. degrees in electrical engineering from Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China, in 1986 and 1989, respectively. He was an assistant and associate professor at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, from 2001 to 2010. His research interest is in piezoelectric/ultrasonic actuating technology. He is the author and co-author of more than 200 papers and disclosed patents, including more than 80 full papers published in SCI journals and 1 editorial review in an international journal. He is also the sole author of the monograph book “Ultrasonic Micro/Nano Manipulations” (2014, World Scientific, Singapore). Dr. Hu won the Paper Prize from the Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers (Japan) as the first author in 1998, and his research work has been highlighted by 7 international scientific media. He is a senior member of IEEE and the editorial board member of two international journals. He was once awarded the title of the valued reviewer by Sensors and Actuators A: Physical and Ultrasonics. He has given ten invited talks at international conferences and is the honorary chairman of IWPMA 2011, held in the USA.
AM-Tech Consulting Engineers (Pty) Ltd South Africa
Jasper L. Coetzee, Pr.Eng., Ph.D., M.Eng. (Industrial), B.Sc. (Eng.) (Mechanical), B.Com., GCC (Mines and Works), GCC (Factories), SAIIE, ICMEE, SAAMA, IFRIM, IAM, FISEAM, AkadSA., been actively involved in the Physical Asset Management field in the industry for the last 49 years. He is a well-known world leader in the field of Maintenance Engineering, is a fellow of the International Society of Engineering Asset Management (ISEAM), and has more than 60 research journals and conference papers to his credit. His contribution to maintenance was acknowledged in 2005 when he received the individual President’s Award for Excellence in Maintenance from the Southern African Maintenance Association (SAMA). He received an intense introduction to the realities of maintenance at the Thabazimbi Iron Ore Mine of Iscor, a mine that experienced a particularly intense period of crisis in the seventies due to poor mine planning. At the same time, there was a severe shortage of engineers, leading to him carrying the responsibility of two to three engineers for extended periods over a span of six years. This experience built a particularly strong basis for his passion for excellence in maintenance management and his awareness of the dangers involved in the neglect of prevention in the maintenance of assets. During the first three years of the eighties dr. Coetzee filled the Engineering Manager post at Sasol’s Sigma Colliery at Sasolburg, where he was responsible for all maintenance of the then-largest underground coal mine in the world. During this period the young management team acquired a reputation for excellent management, originating from several world production records, safety achievements, and culminating in becoming the first coal mine to win the National Productivity Award from the National Productivity Institute. For the next two and a half years he was appointed as the Manager of the Mechanical Department of Sasol One, responsible for all mechanical and civil maintenance of this petrochemical plant. This period was characterized by the development of the department to a particularly well-oiled example of excellent maintenance management. In 1985 he was seconded to Sasol’s Group Information Services to head a project to lead the maintenance fraternity in the Sasol Group of Companies towards a new dispensation in the use of maintenance information systems. Dr. Coetzee left Sasol in 1987 to establish a maintenance consulting practice. He is managing director of three companies: AM-Tech Consulting Engineers (Pty) Ltd, Maintenance Publishers (Pty) Ltd., and Terotechnica Asset Management College (Pty) Ltd. The group’s emphasis is on knowledge development, transfer, and activation in the Physical Asset Management field. He is the principal of the Terotechnica Asset Management College. He joined the University of Pretoria in 1993 as the incumbent of the Chair in Maintenance Engineering. In this role, he was responsible for the establishment and administration of a range of maintenance courses (including two full master's degree programs). In February 2000 he left the university to devote his total attention to his organization. He however kept his fingers in the academic world through involvement on a part-time basis at the Rand Afrikaans University (now the University of Johannesburg) from 2001 to 2011, where he led a master's degree program in Maintenance Engineering. From 2011 until the end of 2021 he was a part-time Professor in the Centre for Asset Integrity Management (C-AIM) at the University of Pretoria. He is the author of a widely used textbook ‘Maintenance’, which is a prescribed source at various universities, and used fairly widely in industry. He is also the author of ‘RCM ProAktiv: A proactive approach to Reliability Centered Maintenance - a complete view’, published in 2015, and 'Maintenance Planning - a first course, published in 2017. The Terotechnica Asset Management College presently presents 6 Diplomas and 25 Courses. This is soon to be augmented by a Degree in Asset Management. The land for a campus to the east of Pretoria has been purchased a number of years ago, and it is planned to move from the present temporary premises in three years' time.
Old Dominion UniversityUSA
Dr. Elmustafa is a Professor in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at Old Dominion University and The Applied Research Center –Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility in Norfolk and Newport News, VA. Dr. Elmustafa obtained his Ph.D. in Materials Science and Engineering from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and served as a post-doctoral fellow in the Materials Science and Engineering Department, University of Wisconsin-Madison. He was also a Principal Investigator and Program Manager at Piezomax Technologies, now NPoint Inc. Madison, Wisconsin. He was also a Visiting Research Professor in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at Princeton University, 2003-2005. Dr. Elmustafa has successfully established a distinguished research program that has been funded by industry, NSF, NASA, Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility (Jlab), and other federal agencies. He strives to foster quality students through excellence in education, teaching and research. He has crafted a vibrant research group, where collaborators, graduate, and undergraduate students work together in an atmosphere that is conducive to research and publication. Dr. Elmustafa principal interest is in the study of Nanoscale Mechanical Behavior of solids researching plastic flow properties and the fundamental atomic scale mechanisms, evaporation and deposition of thin films for activation analysis, study of computational and experimental nanoscale mechanical properties, deformation mechanisms, strain gradient plasticity, dislocation defects, fractures strength of thin films, MEMS, cell mechanics and bulk materials using nanoindentation techniques and classical mechanics. He also researches nanoscale mechanical properties of semiconductors materials such as Silicon-on-Insulator, metal gate hafnium and aluminum oxides, and zinc oxide. Additionally he performs modeling and simulation of nanoscale creep and contact mechanics. Other areas of interest in the biomedical sciences include abdominal mesh for hernia repair, urinary bladder replacement, heterogeneous biodegradable materials for bone fixation, and material systems immune/insensitive to bacteria and fabrication, characterization of wireless sensors.
Dean-Capitol Technology University USA
Professor Ian R. McAndrew FRAeS is a very highly qualified academic with extensive experience within the industry and an internationally recognized researcher with extensive teaching experience at all levels of education. Conference and Journal publication of 71 over 30 years, six books, and numerous Keynote presentations around the world. Has supervised 135 students to their doctoral completion in the USA, UK, Germany, Greece, Italy, Jordan, Singapore, Malaysia, UAE, Kenya, and South Africa. Extensive consultancy experience internationally for multi-nation organizations. Leading a global doctorate program of in excess of 350 students. As the Dean of Doctoral Programs at Capitol Technology University he is responsible for 23 different Doctoral Programs ranging from Cybersecurity, Analytics, Aviation, Aeronautical Science, and Technology based.
Fluid Dynamic Modelling Lab- HeadItaly
Pietro Catalano Brief C.V. •M. Sc. In Aeronautical Engineering from University of Napoli “Federico II” in 1992; •Ph.D. In Aerospace Engineering from University of Napoli “Federico II” in 2007; •Since 1996 works at Italian Aerospace Research Center (C.I.R.A.) where currently is responsible for the Fluid Dynamic Modelling Laboratory in the Fluid Mechanics Unit. •Main Research interest: Turbulence and Transition Modelling, Flow control and drag reduction, Hypersonic flows. Icing
Technical University of Kosice Slovak Republic
Peter Pavol Monka Professor, Eng. MSc., PhD., Eng.-Paed. IGIP SCIEI Vice-President Science and Engineering Institute │Hong Kong – www.sciei.org Judge and evaluator of accreditation procedures of study programs and high-level graduation in the Slovak Republic Business or sector International Research Institute Foreign Expert Qingdao University of Technology – School of Mechanical & Automotive Engineering │China – www.qtech.edu.cn A foreign expert in the area of precision manufacturing technology and equipment
Sheffield Hallam UniversityUK
“Dr. Xinjun Cui is a senior lecturer in the Department of Engineering and Maths at Sheffield Hallam University, U.K. After having been the course director for the Aerospace Engineering program from 2013 to 2021, he is now a Research Theme Lead at the National Centre of Excellence for Food Engineering (NCEFE) in the University. Dr. Xinjun Cui did his Ph.D. in Applied Maths, BEng (Hons), and MSc in Mechanical Engineering. His research interests have been involved in the fields of aerodynamics, rotating flows, multiple-phase flows, granular flows, industrial and natural hazardous flows, rigid-body dynamics, and flight mechanics. His recent research has been focused on the study of granular flows in industrial and natural processes and is a Royal Society Short Industry Fellow. “
Harbin Institute of TechnologyChina
Huanan Qi (Ph.D.) is a Chinese Association for Artificial Intelligence member. His study focuses on the intelligent control of wheeled mobile robots from 2018. His master's thesis was included in CNKI as an excellent master's thesis. He has four SCI papers and three invention patents granted by China until 2021. The Chinese Software Developer Network (CSND) forum awarded him a quality creator in artificial intelligence and a blog expert. In 2016, he obtained China's high voltage and low voltage special operation certificate. He was awarded two national scholarships and multiple first-class school scholarships at the student level. He participated in the National Mathematical Contest in Modeling and the National Robotics Competition, both of which won the second prize
National Space Agency of Ukraine
Dr.Phys. Serhii A.Matviienko, Chief designer Dr.Phys. S A Matviienko was born on 26.09.1960. In 1984 he finished the Dnepropetrovsk State University, Physics technical faculty. Since 1986 he has been working in SDO ''Yuzhnoye''. Now he is the chief designer of JSC"RPC "KURS”. He has 5 copyright certificates of the USSR, 16 patents of Ukraine, three demands for the invention, eight «Certificates on registration of the copyright to product», and also has published 53 scientific articles.
University of LeonSpain
JESUS GONZALO: Aeronautical engineer by Polytechnic university in Madrid/Spain. PhD in Physics from University of Valladolid. He has 16-year experience in the space industry, leading the R&D department of INSA, a Spanish government-owned company to develop aerospace projects and services. Patent author and lead engineer of FUEGOSAT constellation, an ESA-EC initiative to provide efficient fire-fighting services in temperate forests worldwide in the 90’s. He moved to University of León in 2005 to establish the aerospace research group, with outstanding projects such as the airplane-helicopter convertible HADA or the autonomous airship SANCHO. He teaches aerodynamics, CFD, flight mechanics and satellites. His research is today focused on stratospheric lighter-than-air platforms, being the Chief engineer of the ECOSAT program, which is currently flying a model of 30-m length as a precursor of the operational one.
Tehran University Iran
Naimeh Borjalilu is a P.h.d Industrial Engineer student at Tehran University and she has worked as IranAir Co. Senior Manager, Flightsafety since 2018. She also is a researcher, teacher and consultant in the field of system management and productivity. She is a member of European Operators Flight Data Monitoring forum (EOFDM), Editorial Board of Management Science & Engineering Research Journal, Editorial Board of International Education and Practice Journal and official reviewer member of Air Transport Management Journal. She published papers as following subject in scientific journals: • An integrated method for airline company supplier selection based on the entropy and VIKOR methods: a real case study. • Optimal Maintenance Strategy Selection Based on FANP Fuzzy Method (Case Study on A 5MW Powerhouse). • A Fuzzy TOPSIS Based Model for Safety Risk Assessment of operational Flight Data. • A Dynamic Risk Assessment Modeling Based On Fuzzy ANP for Safety Management Systems. • A Fuzzy Hypothesis Test Based Model for Customer Satisfaction Measurement: Case Study in PARS KHODRO CO. • Identifying and prioritizing factors influencing e-teacher’s performance Based on Fuzzy Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP). • A fuzzy analytical network process Based Model for Maintenance Performance Measurement (Case Study in Iran Air Company). • Presenting Pattern of Thinking Strategy: Decision making and Priority Scheme in PARS KHODRO Company. • A FANP Based Model for effective strategy: Case Study in CASPIAN Company. • Presenting an Evaluation and Measurement Model of Improving Productivity in PLASTIRAN Company Maintenance KPIs in Aviation Industry. • A fuzzy analytical network process Based Model for Maintenance Performance Measurement (Case Study in Iran Air Company). • A FANP Based Model for effective strategy: Case Study in CASPIAN Co. • Presenting an Evaluation and Measurement Model of Improving Productivity in PLASTIRAN Company. • Presenting Pattern of Thinking Strategy: Decision making and Priority Scheme in PARS KHODRO Company Maintenance KPIs in Aviation Industry. • A fuzzy analytical network process Based Model for Maintenance Performance Measurement (Case Study in Iran Air Co.). • Strategies for deploying a performance-based budgeting system based on organizational maturity models. • Designing and presenting a customized model for evaluating the performance of offices and the electronic System (judiciary). She also published books as following subject: • Modeling (Benchmarking) of selected cities in the world for the creation of citizen center services. • Establishment of citizen center services. • Strategies for deploying a performance-based budgeting system based on organizational maturity models. She also was distinctly passionate to put her theoretical knowledge into practice, Her interest is in the field of Industrial Engineering topics, and she have done related research in this area, especially in: Flight Data Analysis, Operational Manpower Planning, Productivity Management, Safety and Quality Management System, Project Management, Fuzzy Logic Implementation, Decision Making Methods Implementation, Human Recourses Management, Feasibility Study, Optimal Maintenance Management Strategy, Customer Relationship Management (CRM), System Maturity Models Implementation, Budgeting System.
International aviation lawNetherlands
AYOMIDE ADEIFE, JIDE-OMOLE An experienced, industrious and bilingual Lawyer with 5 years + of experience in the Nigerian Bar and a specialist in International Law, Investment and Trade Law, Competition Law, Data Protection Law, Corporate Law, Compliance and Risk management, Corporate Governance, Aviation and Space Law. Ayomide has spent most of her legal career working across various jurisdictions,including the United States of America, The Netherlands and Nigeria. She is the managing director of the Space Futures Forum, an initiative of the Caribbean Space society where she advocates for the sustainable development of space as an 18th SDG in order to promote awareness about the benefits of space, and drive international discourse on legislative reform and NewSpace legislation. She was called to the Nigerian Bar in 2017 and in 2020, obtained a Masters in Air and Space Law from the Universiteit Leiden. Since 2021, she has been enrolled to obtain a Masters of Law from Babcock University. She is a Barrister and a Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Nigeria, and a Member of the International Bar Association. In addition, she is a Graduate of the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators, Member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (UK), Associate of the Chartered Institute of Conciliators and Mediators (Nigeria), Member of the International Institute of Air and Space law, Nigerian Bar Association, Dignified Member of the International Society for Transport Aircraft Trading, Aircraft leasing and financing Fellow of the Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Florida United States. She is on the President’s council of the National Space Society, United States and she volunteers with the AviAssist foundation and the Women in Aviation International. As an aviation expert, she lectures at the International Institute for the Unification of Private Law the curator of the Convention on International Interests in Mobile Equipment in Rome, Italy. Concurrently, she serves as the international aviation law expert with the Aerospace Qualified Entity in Utrecht, the Netherlands, where she manages cross border corporate transactions, acquisitions and restructuring across several jurisdictions. Ayomide is also the founder of the “Law Alley Legal Practitioners” an outfit that provides business and legal advisory services to specific sectors within the aviation industry. Particularly, she has worked with leasing companies, financing companies, AV-gas companies desirous of engaging in business in Nigeria and has advised on the ease of doing business in Nigeria in line with various conventions such as the Convention on International Civil Aviation (1944), Montreal Convention (1999), Convention on International Interests in Mobile equipment (2001). Ayomide has gained several certifications in the field of Aviation and she is also certified on the AML/CFT frameworks. In addition, Ayomide has written leading articles for major aviation and space magazines and has been published in leading journals and national dailies across the Globe wherein she advocates for the overall sustainability and growth of the aviation industry and more participation and interaction between relevant stakeholders. She serves as an Assistant Faculty Adviser at the Faculty of Law, Babcock University, Nigeria. Ayomide speaks and lectures regularly on aviation and space law at local and international conferences and institutions. When she is not engaged in speaking seminars, Ayomide writes about aviation, space and international law on her blog