Program TRAIL-Beta Congress 17 November 2015

The Program for the TRAIL-Beta Congress has been set by the representatives of the PhD councils of Beta (Inge) and TRAIL (Mariska) – and approved by the management of TRAIL and Beta.
In the morning (10.00 – 12.00 hr), there are 4 workshops:
– Ethics of authorship, publishing and citing (by Prof. Caspar Chorus & PhD Dorine Duives – DUT)
– Job Crafting (by Lonneke Dubbelt – TUE) More info here
– How to become the next professor or CEO? (by Prof. Henk Meurs – MuConsult)
– How to balance practice and academic interests? (by Prof. Albert Veenstra – DINALOG)

Program in the afternoon:

   
1. The effect of human behaviour IRoom:Auditorium
13.00 hr.Mariska van EssenRole of travel time information on day-to-day route choice behaviour based on real-world experiments
13.20 hr.Haijiang WangDoes leader proactive personality relate to employee daily job crafting? The role of daily empowering leadership and enduring job characteristics
13.40 hr.Silvia VarottoEmpirical Car-following and Lane-Changing Driving Behaviour in Case of Authority Transitions  between Adaptive Cruise Control and Manual Driving
14.00 hr.Maren VosIndustrial firms and modularity: the role of the customer-facing functions
2. Traffic Management IRoom:Beurs
13.00 hr.Lin XiaoString Strategies of Cooperative Adaptive Cruise Control (CACC)Vehicles for High-Performance Streams
13.20 hr.Stijn FleurenOptimizing fixed-time traffic light control at isolated intersections
13.40 hr.Bernat Goni RosTraffic Flow Optimization At Sags By Controlling The Acceleration Of Some Vehicles
14.00 hr.Nikola BesinovicA novel two-stage approach to robust periodic timetabling
3. Transport management and land useRoomOranjezaal
13.00 hr.Dena KasraianThe long-term relation between the development of the public transport infrastructure network (including heavy and light rail) and land-use change in the Greater Randstad Area, the Netherlands over the course of three decades.
13.30 hr.Peng Sunto determine a set of tours with departure times at a depot such that maximize the difference between the collected profits and the total routes duration cost.
14.00 hr.Kasper KerkmanA spatial interaction model of public transportation travel flows in the Arnhem Nijmegen City Region
4. Production maintenance materials coordination and transportation IRoom:Schatkamer
13.00 hr.Sajjad Rahimi Ghahroodispare parts inventory control of stocks and planning of Man-power (service engineers) needed to facilitate corrective maintenance
13.20 hr.Xiao Linmathematical model for predictive scheduling of perishable material allocating in order to reduce loss of perishable goods
13.40 hr.Jiwen GeSelling to Nanostores
14.00 hr.Loe SchlicherSpare parts pooling under criticality differences
5. Transport Freight Management I Room:Stijlkamer
13.00 hr.Wouter van Heeswijkdispatch problem with uncontrolled batch arrivals of LTL orders at an urban consolidation center.
13.20 hr.Hamid SaeediThe Concentration degree of the market of Intermodal Freight Transport Networks in the EU: model application
13.40 hr.Maryam SteadieSeifiA metaheuristic for the tactical and operational planning of a multimodal transportation system with product quality preservation and empty repositioning
14.00 hr.Veaceslav GhilasPickup and Delivery Problem with Time Windows and Scheduled Lines (PDPTW-SL); an exact solution approach for the PDPTW-SL based on a branch-and-price algorithm
6. Production maintenance materials coordination and transportation IIRoom:Schatkamer
15.30 hr.Qianru GeWe develop an optimization model to determine the optimal failure rate of critical components in both single-component systems and multiple-component systems.
15.50 hr.Fei YanRailway line planning problem with partly cyclic pattern
16.10 hr.Alireza AlemiIn-service monitoring of multiple railway wheels diameter
16.30 hr.Mohammad R. RasouliThis paper, from a dynamic capabilities perspective, aims to move towards the operationalization of the characteristics of the Service-Oriented Demand-Supply Chain (SODSC)
7. Transport Freight Management IIRoom:Stijlkamer
15.30 hr.DM Lases FigueroaNew service development for scheduled freight services
15.50 hr.Marjolein Veenstrapickup and delivery traveling salesman problem with handling costs (PDTSPH)
16.10 hr.Qu HuOptimization for fleet configuration and route in ITT
16.30 hr.Taimaz SoltaniProcuring and Transporting Commodities: Hedging against Price, Demand and Freight Rate Risk with Options
8. The effect of human behavior IIRoom:Auditorium
15.30 hr.Fanchao LiaoConsumer preferences for electric vehicles - a research proposal
15.50 hr.Luuk VerstegenDigitization technology’s role in shaping business practice of creative service firms
16.10 hr.Madis TalmarDISRUPTIVE INNOVATION IN ENERGY INCUMBENTS: A SCIENCE-BASED DESIGN APPROACH
16.30 hr.Freddy Mullakkal BabuIMPACT ASSESSMENT OF AUTOMATED DRIVING
9. Quantitative models for analysis of operational processes Room:Oranjezaal
15.30 hr.Jori SelenShortest expected delay routing
15.50 hr.Gianmarco BetCritical queues exhibiting the depletion-of-points effect
16.10 hr.Xiao LiangOptimizing the service zone location of electric automated taxis in train trip connection.
16.30 hr.Nardo BorgmanThe effect of an offered appointment schedule on the waiting time for scheduled patients, as well as lateness for unscheduled patients of different urgency categories.
10. Traffic Management IIRoom:Beurs
15.30 hr.Goof van de WegThis paper proposes a model predictive control strategy for the optimization of urban road traffic network throughput by controlling intersection flows.
16.00 hr.Xavier Bellsolà OlbaTraffic Capacity Estimation Method of a Waterway Intersection
16.30 hr.Fabio CecchiMean-Field Analysis of Ultra-Dense CSMA Networks

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