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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...   Read More

Several SURF proposals for TRAIL staff members granted!

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SEVERAL SURF PROPOSALS FOR TRAIL STAFF MEMBERS GRANTED! TRAIL researchers are well represented in four projects that have been granted in the SURF programme of...   Read More

NEWS Info about TUDelft GS credits for TRAIL courses

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Info about TUDelft GS credits for TRAIL courses Bert van Wee, October 2015 The most important conclusions: 1. The GS sticks to their policy of...   Read More

Hoogendoorn receives ERC Advanced Grant for unravelling pedestrian and cyclist flows in cities

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TRAIL Staff member Prof. Serge Hoogendoorn has been awarded an ERC Advanced Grant for five-year research into traffic theory for pedestrians and cyclists. The Advanced Grant...   Read More

Rob Zuidwijk new Professor of Ports in Global Networks

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TRAIL Staff member Rob Zuidwijk has been appointed endowed Professor of Ports in Global Networks at Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University (RSM).  This new...   Read More

University of Groningen joins in TRAIL!

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We are proud to announce that as of July, the Faculty of Economics and Business of the University of Groningen has joined TRAIL Research School....   Read More

  • Upcoming Events

    • Course – Data-analysis and Statistics

      October 15, 2019
      10.00 - 16.00 h

      After this course attendees are able to: Explain the basic principles behind statistical modelling (Central Limit Theorem). Choose appropriate bivariate data-analysis techniques (given a particular...   Read More

    • Course – Emergency Service Logistics

      October 16, 2019
      10.00 - 16.00 h.

      Objectives The students will learn: What is the state-of the-art in models and methods for determining strategic locations of resources urgently needed in emergency situations?...   Read More

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