Wednesday 28 October 2015

From microscopic to macroscopic traffic patterns: different applications of the variational theory
Keynote talk Prof. Ludovic Leclercq

A unified pedestrian routing model combining multiple graph based navigation methods
Peter Kielar, Daniel Biedermann and André Borrman

Wayfinding and cognitive maps for pedestrian models
Erik Andresen, David Haensel, Mohcine Chraibi and Armin Seyfried

Adaptive tactical decisions in pedestrian simulation: a hybrid agents approach
Stefania Bandini, Luca Crociani and Giuseppe Vizzari

How to get a model in pedestrian dynamics to produce stop and go waves

Felix Dietrich, Stefan Disselnkӧtter and Gerta Kӧster

A force-based model to reproduce stop-and-go waves in pedestrian dynamics
Mohcine Chraibi, Antoine Tordeux and Andreas Schadschneider

Impact of impulse stops on pedestrian flow
Jaeyoung Kwak, Hang-Hyun Jo, Tapio Luttinen and Iisakki Kosonen 

Is slowing down enough to model movement on stairs?
Gerta Köster, Daniel Lehmberg and Felix Dietrich

Data-driven characterization of multidirectional pedestrian traffic
Marija Nikolić and Michel Bierlaire

Statistical structures of low density pedestrian dynamics
Alessandro Corbetta, Chung-min Lee, Roberto Benzi, Adrian Muntean and Federico Toschi

On collective movement characteristics of four-directional intersecting flows
Liping Lian, Weiguo Song, Richard Yuen and Chunlin Wu
A multi-class vehicular flow model for aggressive drivers
Wilson Marques Jr, Rosa Maria Velasco Belmont and Alma Rosa Mendez Rodriguez

Microscopic simulations of oversaturated city traffic: features of synchronised flow patterns
Gerhard Hermanns, Peter Hemmerle, Hubert Rehborn, Boris Kerner and Michael Schreckenberg

Traffic simulations with empirical data – How to replace missing traffic flows?
Lars Habel*, Fabian Hadiji, Thomas Zaksek, Alejandro Molina, Kristian Kersting, and Michael Schreckenberg

Dynamic model for assignment in ‘sky-car’ transit system – spatial intersections with other common transport modes
Kwami Sossoe and Jean-Patrick Lebacque
A queueing model based on individual social attitudes
Gerta Kӧster and Benedikt Zӧnnchen

How do people queue – a study of different queuing models
Angelika Kneidl

The relationship between a waiting crowd and the average service time
Oliver Handel and André Borrmann

‘How do we wait?’ – Fundamentals, characteristics, and modelling implications

Michael Seitz, Stefan Seer, Silvia Klettner, Oliver Handel and Gerta Kӧster

Impact of synchronized flow in oversaturated city traffic on energy efficiency of conventional and electrical vehicles
Peter Hemmerle, Micha Koller, Gerhard Hermanns, Michael Schreckenberg, Hubert Rehborn and Boris Kerner

Evaluation of transportation network resilience using adaptive capacity
Suhyung Yoo and Hwasoo Yeo

Network-wide mesoscopic traffic state estimation based on a variational formulation of the LWR model
Yufei Yuan, Aurélien Duret and Hans van Lint

Route choice behaviour in a three roads scenario
Dominik Wegerle and Michael Schreckenberg

Steady state of pedestrian flow in bottleneck
Weichen Liao, Antoine Tordeux, Mohcine Chraibi, Armin Seyfried, Xiaoping Zheng and Ying Zhao

Statistical models for pedestrian behaviour in front of bottlenecks

Nikolai Bode and Edward Codling

Dynamic of congestion in pedestrian traffic
Verena Ziemer and Armin Seyfried

Determining the density experienced by pedestrians in unstable flow situations

Dorine Duives, Winnie Daamen and Serge Hoogendoorn

Calibrating the local and platoon dynamics of car-following models on the reconstructed NGSIM data

Valentina Kurtc and Martin Treiber

Scaling from circuit experiment to real traffic based on optimal velocity model

Akihiro Nakayama, Macoto Kikuchi, Akihiro Shibata, Yuki Sugiyama, Shin-ichi Tadaki and Satoshi Yukawa

Traffic flow optimization at sags by controlling the acceleration of some vehicles
Bernat Goñi Ros, Victor Knoop, Kenichi Kitahama, Bart van Arem and Serge Hoogendoorn

Multimodal traffic on networks with information

Megan Khoshyaran and Jean-Patrick Lebacque

Thursday 29 October 2015

Distributed information systems to assist pedestrians, traffic and logistics (also recorded and available via YouTube)
Prof. Dirk Helbing

Modeling stride length and stepping frequency

Isabella Von Sivers, Gerta Kӧster and Benedikt Kleinmeier
Experimental study on the influence of step phase in pedestrian movement
Chi Liu, Weiguo Song and Siuming Lo
The influence of Moore and von-Neumann neighbourhood on the dynamics of pedestrian movements
Christian Rogsch

On the use of sheep to model of pedestrian evacuation through narrow doors
Iker Zuriguel, Martín Pastor, César Martín-Gómez, Luis Ferrer, Juan Ramos, Daniel Parisi and Ángel Garcimartín
Boarding of finite-size passengers to an airplane
Jevgenijs Kaupužs, Reinhard Mahnke and Hans Weber
Granularity of pre-movement time distribution in crowd evacuation simulations
Jakub Porzycki, Robert Lubaś and Jarosaw Was

Methodology for generating individualized trajectories from experiments

Wolfgang Mehner, Maik Boltes and Armin Seyfried
Advances in measuring pedestrians at Dutch train stations using bluetooth, wifi and infrared technology
Jeroen van den Heuvel, Danique Ton and Kim Hermansen
Avoiding walls – what distance do pedestrian keep from walls and other obstacles?
Ernst Bosina, Mark Meeder, Beda Buechel and Ulrich Weidmann
Measuring and modelling crowd flows – fusing stationary and tracking data
Martin Treiber

When is a bottleneck a bottleneck?
Johannes Schmidt, Vladislav and Andreas Schadschneider
Jam avoidance with autonomous systems
Antoine Tordeux and Sylvain Lassarre
Modelling of backward travelling holes in mixed traffic conditions
Amit Agarwal, Gregor Lämmel and Kai Nagel
Analysis in Kantorovich geometric space for quasi-stable patterns in 2D-OV model
Ryosuke Ishiwata and Yuki Sugiyama

Empirical study of the influence of social groups in evacuation scenarios

Cornelia von Krüchten, Frank Müller, Anton Svachiy, Oliver Wohak and Andreas Schadschneider
Models and analysis Of evacuation dynamics Of asymmetrically coupled pedestrian pairs
Frank Müller and Andreas Schadschneider
Granulometric distribution and crowds of groups: focusing on dyads
Andrea Gorrini, Giuseppe Vizzari and Stefania Bandini

The inflection point of the speed density relation and the Social Force model
Tobias Kretz, Jochen Lohmiller, and Johannes Schlaich
Investigation on cooperative avoiding behaviour in bidirectional flow
Daichi Yanagisawa
Pedestrian dynamics at transit stations: a hybrid pedestrian flow modeling approach

Samer Hamdar and Emily Porter

Friday 30 October 2015

The self-organised dynamics of shape and internal structure of flocks of starlings
Keynote talk Charlotte Hemelrijk

A macroscopic loading model for dynamic, multi-directional and congested pedestrian flows
Flurin Hänseler, William Lam, Michel Bierlaire, Riccardo Scarinci and Gael Lederrey
Collision-free first order model for pedestrian dynamics
Antoine Tordeux, Mohchine Chraibi and Armin Seyfried
A finite element simulation of high density pedestrian flow
Rebekka Axthelm

Two-channel partially coupled exclusion process with mutually interactive langmuir kinetics

Arvind Kumar Gupta
Transcription on crowded DNA
Aafke van den Berg and Martin Depken
Moving without a leader – the benefits of swarming
Ruben van Drongelen and Timon Idema

Oppilatio – The forecast of crowd congestions on street networks during public events
Daniel Biedermann, Peter Kielar and André Borrmann
Simulations-based forecasts of crowd flows at major events using real-time measurements
Thomas Matyus, Stefan Seer and Helmut Schromfeiertag
Level of safety concept for major events
Stefan Holl, Maik Boltes and Armin Seyfried
Brazilian legislation and the Boate Kiss tragedy – computational modelling of evacuation
Henrique Braga, Gray Moita and Paulo Almeida

Fractal analysis of empirical and simulated traffic time series

Thomas Zaksek and Michael Schreckenberg
Physical mechanism for the occurrence of wide-scattering in Traffic Cellular Automata (TCA) Models
Wei Luang Quek and Lock Yue Chew
Effective Modelling of traffic dynamics: classification and unification
Bo Yang and Christopher Monterola
Empirical verification of microscopic traffic models from the detailed acceleration patterns (see second part of presentation above)
Bo Yang, Jiwei Yoon and Christopher Monterola


Computing and visualization of pedestrians

PedVis – Pedestrian flow visualizations
Arne Scheuermann, Jimmy Schmid, Nicolo Bernasconi, Judith Buehling and Michael Flueckiger
Distributed computing in crowd dynamics simulation systems
Robert Lubas, Jakub Porzycki and Jarosław Waş
Facing needs and requirements of crowd modelling: towards a dedicated computer vision tooltest
Sultan Khan, Giuseppe Vizzari and Stefania Bandini

Modelling pedestrians

Simulation of crowd in the corridor of Ziara in Masjid-e-Nabwi, Madinah
Abdullah Alshehri, Muhammad Arif and Emad Felemban
Simulation of people flow by a fuzzy discrete automate model and an ergonomic approach
Henrique C. Braga, Gray F. Moita and Paulo E.M. Almeida
The inflection point of the speed-density relation and the social force model
Tobias Kretz, Jochen Lohmiller and Johannes Schlaich
Sensitivity of the continuum model regarding pedestrian movement phenomena
Dorine C. Duives, Winnie Daamen and Serge Hoogendoorn

Evacuation behaviour

Method for simulating the evacuation behaviours of people in dynamically changing situations
Toshinori Niwa, Rintaro Isono and Tomoichi Takahashi
Efficacy of evacuation time estimation framework for total pedestrian evacuation derived from agent based model on queuing network and volunteered geographic information for UK cities
Bharat Kunwar, Filippo Simini and Anders Johansson
Modelling pedestrian evacuation movement in a swaying ship
Juan Chan, Jian Ma and Lo Siuming

Empirical pedestrian data and measurements

Estimation of density levels in the holy mosque from a network of cameras
Yasir S. Ali, Basim Zafar and Mohammed Simsim
Method for measuring pedestrian density with low computational costs and high resolution
Maria Davidich
Individual microscopic results of bottleneck experiments
Marek Bukáček, Pavel Hrabák and Milan Krbálek
Understanding the pedestrian group behaviour in normal conditions
Lakshmi Devi Vanumu, Kalaga Ramachandra Rao and Geetam Tiwari

Traffic control

Traffic phase dependent fuel consumption
Micha Koller, Peter Hemmerle, Hubert Rehborn, Boris Kerner and Stefan Kaufmann
Examining perimeter gating of urban traffic networks with locally adaptive traffic signals
Vikash Gayah, Xueyu Gao, Mehdi Keyvan Ekbatani and Victor Knoop
A comparison of tram priority at signalized intersections in Melbourne
Lele Zhang, Timothy M. Garoni and Somayeh Shiri
Macroscopic modelling of heterogeneous traffic flow using area occupancy
Hari Krishna Gaddam and Kalaga Ramachandra Rao

Empirical data for vehicular traffic

Bifurcation analysis of experimentally accessible car-following model
Akiyasu Tomoeda, Tomoyuki Miyaji and Kota Ikeda
Lane changing and speed interaction on freeways: an analytical microscopic study
Mehdi Keyvan-Ekbatani, Vincent Grebert, Winnie Daamen and Victor L. Knoop

Discrete simulation and capacity

Estimation of discretized motion of pedestrians by the decision-making model
Pavel Hrabák and Ondřej Ticháček
Discrete phenomena-based multi-scale traffic flow modelling
Mahtab Joueiai, Hans van Lint and Serge Hoogendoorn
Traffic capacity estimation method of a waterway intersection
Xavier Bellsolà Olba, Winnie Daamen, Tiedo Vellinga and Serge P. Hoogendoorn
Granular flow to a blast iron ore furnace – influence of the particle size distribution on segregation of the mixture
Dingena Schott, Carmen Molhoek, Wouter Vreeburg and Gabriel Lodewijks