Unprecedented opportunities and challenges shape the future of mobility of people and the transportation of cargo. New technologies including vehicle and system automation, connected driving, and electric propulsion as well as shared-economy based, information system supported and data driven services pose endless possibilities. Climate challenges, energy transition, economic development and inclusiveness ambitions challenge to create sustainable, affordable, accessible and efficient mobility and transport solutions.

Researchers at the TU Delft, collaborating within the Transport Institute, take up these challenges by conducting fundamental and applied research. They work on themes including Connected and Automated Driving, Freight Transport and Logistics, Transport Policy and Behaviour, Public Transport, Railway Systems, Active Modes and Urban Mobility, Traffic Safety and Traffic Monitoring, Data Analysis and Modelling.

TUD-TI researchers work together with public and private partners including Amsterdam Institute of Advanced Metropolitan Solutions (AMS), Rotterdam - Den Haag transport authority (MRDH), the municipalities of Delft, Den Haag, Rotterdam and Amsterdam, TNO, the Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment, Rijkswaterstaat, Port of Rotterdam, ProRail, transport companies, consultancy firms, SME, and various universities of applied sciences.

During the upcoming Tracks in Transport conference, we would like to share insights, ideas, and results of (collaborative) projects, to inspire each other and to explore pathways for applying results and for setting up new relevant and exiting research collaborations.

The event will include inspiring key-notes, interactive thematic break-out sessions, demonstrations and of course ample room for informal talks and discussions.

Program

12:15 Network Lunch and visit the Transport Square
13.15 Opening by Bart van Arem, Professor of Transport Modeling
Key notes by:
- Bart van Arem, (Scientific) Director of the TU Delft Transport Institute
- Martina Huismans, Alderman in the Municipality of Delft
- Albert Veenstra, Scientific Directeur Dutch Institute for Advanced Logistics, Dinalog
- Julian Kooij, Assistant Professor at the Intelligent Vehicles groupTU Delft
Announcement of break-out sessions by Bart van Arem

14.30 Break
14.45 Break-out Sessions
17.45 Drinks, Snacks, Transport Square (demos)

Themes of the Breakout Sessions:

  • "Automated mobility and logistics on-demand": Bilge Atasoy, Frederik Schulte, Vasso Reppa; Rudy Negenborn
  • "Multiscale integrated traffic observatory for large road networks (MiRRORS)”: Hans van Lint, Alexander Verbraeck
  • "Artificial Intelligence for Logistics Optimisation": Neil-Yorke Smith
  • “Acceptance of Automated driving” & “Interaction of automated vehicles with other road users”: Riender Happee
  • "Serious gaming for Freight Transport and Logistics"*: Ioanna Kourounioti, Lori Tavasszy
  • "Moral Aspects of driving behaviour:" Andreia Martinho, Caspar Chorus
  • "Active Modes (ALLEGRO) & Urban Mobility Observatory (UMO)"*: Dorine Duives, Danique Ton, Winnie Daamen, Sascha Hoogendoorn
  • "Smart Mobility": Bart van Arem, Nick Juffermans
  • "Flexible Transport": Niels van Oort, Oded Cats
  • "Connected & Automated Driving and Traffic Management": Meng Wang
  • "Railway Resilience": Nikola Besinovic, Yongqiu Zhu, Rob Goverde

Information

Tracks in Transport Conference

Wednesday 6th of November 2019

13:00 – 18:00 hrs

Lijm & Cultuur Delft
Rotterdamseweg 272