Programme

Wednesday October 17, 2018

08.30

Registration

09.05

Opening

09.15

Keynote Talk: Discrete Choice and Machine Learning: Two Peas In A Pod?

Michel Bierlaire

10.00

Pause

Intersections

10.20

Green-wave Analysis in A Tandem of Traffic Light Intersections

Anna Oblakova, Ahmad Al Hanbali, Richard J. Boucherie, Jan-Kees van Ommeren, Henk Zijm

10.45

Platoon Forming Algorithms For Intelligent Street Intersections

Rik Timmerman, Marko Boon and Johan van Leeuwaarden

11.10

Analysis of Roundabouts

Jaap Storm

11.35

Non-Unique Flows In Macroscopic First-Order Intersection Models - An Equilibrium Theory

Chris Tampere, Willem Himpe, Raheleh Yahya

12.00

Lunch

Traffic Control

13.00

Coordinated Ramp Metering And Variable Speed Limit Using H∞ State Feedback Controller

Gökhan Göksu, Mehmet Ali Silgu, Selin Hülagü and Hilmi Berk Çelikoğlu

13.25

Optimal Integrated Routing And Signal Control In Simple Traffic Networks

Yazan Safadi and Jack Haddad

13.50

Dynamical Queueing, Dynamical Route Choice, Responsive Traffic Control And  Control Systems Which Maximise Network Throughput

Michael J. Smith, Takamasa Iryo, Richard Mounce, Marco Rinaldi and Francesco Viti

14.15

Pause

Traffic Flow Modelling

14.35

Modeling Traffic Accidents Caused By Random Misperception

Volker Berkhahn, Marcel Kleiber, Chris Schiermeyer and Stefan Weber

15.00

Coupling Conditions For A Discrete Velocity Model

Raul Borsche

15.25

Clarifying Differences Between Vertical And Horizontal Queueing Models

Hugo Pietrantonio

15.50

Bifurcation Analysis For Optimal Velocity Models On The Infinite Lane

Hannes von Allwörden and Ingenuin Gasser

16.15

Travel Time Prediction Using Higher Order Traffic Flow Models

B Dhivyabharathi and Lelitha Vanajakshi

16.40

Pause

17.00

Keynote Talk: Rebuilding The Traffic Dynamics From Partial Traffic Data Using Information Theory And A Hybrid Markov Chain Neural Network Approach

Alexandros Sopasakis

17.45

End of day 1

Thursday October 18, 2018

08.45

Keynote talk: Macroscopic Models For Pedestrian Flow And Mesh-Free Particle Methods

Axel Klar

Road Networks

09.30

Influence Of Route Choice Behavior On Vulnerability To Cascading Failure In Transportation Networks

Kashin Sugishita and Yasuo Asakura

09.55

Application Of Cross Entropy Method To Solving An Optimal Road Network Design Problem For Improving Intersections

Takumu Koike, Hideki Yaginuma, Wataru Nakanishi and Yasuo Asakura

10.20

Pause

10.45

2D Macroscopic Traffic Model For Large Scale Networks

Stéphane Mollier, Maria Laura Delle Monache, Carlos Canudas-de-Wit and Benjamin Seibold

11.10

A Multimodal Extension Of The Trip-Based Mfd Model

Mahendra Paipuri and Ludovic Leclercq

11.35

A Choice-Based Vehicle Routing Problem For A Flexible Mobility On Demand System

Bilge Atasoy, Yousef Maknoon, Shadi Sharif Azadeh, Michel Bierlaire and Moshe Ben-Akiva

12.00

Lunch

Calibration

13.00

Vectors Of Movement, A New Approach To Cluster Multidimensional Big Data On Mobility

Rafał Kucharski, Achille Fonzone and Arkadiusz Drabicki

13.25

Fast And Robust Calibration For Traffic Microsimulation Using Trajectory Data

Ronan Keane

13.50

Calibration Of Non-Lane Based Macroscopic Continuum Model -applying Global Search Algorithms

Hari Krishna Gaddam and K Ramachandra Rao

14.15

Pause

Stochasticity

14.30

The Derivation Of Stochastic Traffic Flow Equation From Prigogine-Herman Kinetic Model

Shoufeng Lu and Ximin Liu

14.55

Stationary Flow Approximation In Floor-Field Models Using Markov-Chain Theory

Pavel Hrabak and Frantisek Gaspar

15.20

Optimising Ship Scheduling Subject To Uncertain Sea Levels

Noémie Le Carrer, Francis Baumont De Oliveira and Scott Ferson

15.45

User Equilibrium Analysis With Travel Uncertainties And Hypercongestion

Sara Ghazanfari and Rudesindo Núñez Queija

16.10

Pause

Automated driving, Emissions, and Noise

16.30

Cooperative Strategy For Automated Vehicles And Ramp Metering In Mixed Traffic

Na Chen, Meng Wang, Tom Alkim and Bart van Arem

16.55

A Multi-Agent Synchronization Framework To Merging Manuevers In Platoons Of Automated Vehicles

Maolong Lv, Simone Baldi, Di Liu and Wenwu Yu

17.20

Predicting Highly Resolved Traffic Noise Using Data Available As A Bye-Product Of Urban Traffic Management And Control Systems

Margaret Bell, Shadman Marouf and Paul Goodman

17.45

A Gear-Based Vehicle Emission Model For Co2, Co And Nox Estimation

Hajar Hajmohammadi Hosseinabadi and Benjamin Heydecker

18.15

Leave for conference dinner

19.00

Conference dinner

21.30

End of day 2

Friday October 19, 2018

09.15

Keynote talk:
Better data, better models? Designing calibration algorithms for the next generation for mobility models

Carolina Osorio

Multi-class / non-vehicular traffic

10.00

A State-Space Model For Assimilating Passenger And Vehicle Flow Data With User Feedback In A Transit Network

Sylwester Arabas and Alexandros Papacharalampous

10.25

Self Organisation In Crowd Models And The Impact Of Numerical Methods

Femke Kessels

10.50

Pause

11.10

Critical Crossing Nodes In Synchromodal Transportation Networks

Zhidong He, Kumar Navneet, Wirdmer van Dam and Piet Van Mieghem

11.35

A Macroscopic Flow Model For Mixed Traffic Using Two-Dimensional Speed Functions

Marie-Jette Wierbos, Victor Knoop, Flurin Hänseler and Serge Hoogendoorn

 

 

 

12.00

Lunch

Origin-Destination matrix & traffic assignment

13.00

Implicit Acyclic Full Route Set For Stochastic Traffic Assignment

Jeroen Verstraete, Willem Himpe and Chris Tampere

13.25

New Method: Analytically Solving The Demand Matrix Estimation Problem For Assignment Models With Strict Capacity Constraints

Kobus Zantema and Luuk Brederode

13.50

Investigating The Quality Of Spsa And Spiess-Like Approaches For Dynamic Od Matrix Estimation

Xavier Ros-Roca, Jaume Barceló and Lídia Montero

 

      

 

14.15

Travel Demand Estimation

Nicklas Sindlev Andersen and Marco Chiarandini

14.40

Pause

15.00

Keynote talk: Modelling Traffic Dynamics At Large Urban Scale: The Contribution Of Network Macroscopic Fundamental Diagrams

Ludovic Leclercq

15.45

End of conference