Master class ‘Road Traffic Modelling & Control’: sheets

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On 21 March 2016, TRAIL PhD student Bernat Goñi-Ros successfully defended his PhD thesis “Traffic Flow at Sags: Theory, Modeling and Control” at Delft University of Technology.

On the occasion of his public defence, TRAIL and TU Delft set up a master class on ‘Road Traffic Modelling and Control’. In this master class, four lecturers presented traffic flow modelling and control from their point of view. The master class balanced between the application of state-of-the-art technologies in vehicular communication and driver-assistance systems, the newest techniques to simulate traffic flow correctly and reliably.

Lecturers & slides
Prof. Markos Papageorgiou (Technical University of Crete)
“Traffic Management in the Era of Vehicle Automation and Communication Systems (VACS)”

Dr. Victor Knoop (Delft University of Technology)
“Improving traffic flow at sags by controlling connected vehicles – new algorithms and their effectiveness”

Prof. Hans van Lint (Delft University of Technology)
“Opentrafficsim – a simulation framework to get human factors into simulation models”

Prof. Christine Buisson (University of Lyon, France)
“Microscopic Traffic Models: are the recommendations for correct calibration applicable in the stochastic cases?”


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