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Vacancies@RUG: Postdocs Quantitative Logistics

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Postdocs Quantitative Logistics (4.0 fte) Job description Each postdoc position (1.0 fte) is part of a large research project of the Department of Operations. The...   Read More

NEW video lecture How to write a Literature Review Paper

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We are very pleased to show you the new video lecture “How to write a Literature Review Paper” by Prof. Bert van Wee.

Vacancy@TUD: PhD in Lane-Specific Traffic Control

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Job description Travel times on motorways can vary depending on the lane a driver chooses to drive on when traffic is not well-balanced over the...   Read More

Serge Hoogendoorn Distinguished Professor

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  TRAIL Staff member Prof. Serge Hoogendoorn of the Faculty of Civil Engineering and geosciences (CEG) has been appointed Distinguished Professor in the field of...   Read More

Registration TRAIL PhD Congress is open!

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REGISTER NOW 8 NOVEMBER 2016 GRAND HOTEL KAREL V, UTRECHT 53 (!) TRAIL PhD students will  give their presentation on Transport & Mobility, Logistics &...   Read More

Vacancy@RUG: Postdoc Offshore Wind Maintnance

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Postdoc Offshore Wind Maintenance (1.0 fte) Organisation The Department of Operations is an active and international research group, consisting of approximately 100 people. Members work...   Read More

  • Upcoming Events

    • Public defence – Yashar Araghi

      May 29, 2017
      15.00 h

      At 29 May 2017 TRAIL PhD student Yashar Araghi will defend his thesis ‘Consumer Heterogeneity, Transport and the Environment’ at Delft University of Technology.

    • Course – Macroscopic Traffic Modelling

      May 30, 2017
      13.30 - 16.30 h

      Traffic systems can be described by modelling every individual car (or cyclist, or pedestrian). These are microscopic simulation tools. Whereas they look convincing, in reality...   Read More

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