Program Congress 2018

The program for the TRAIL PhD Congress is set. You can download the Final program TRAIL Congress 2018 and below the schedule. We hope to meet you in November!

      
TimeUnico van WassenaarGraaf van LeicesterAnna van OostenrijkHertogen
09.30Coffee & Tea
10.00Opening by Bert van Wee and Lizet Krabbenborg
Supply ChainSharing & PricingAcceptance
CHAIR: Rene de KosterCHAIR: Jan Anne AnnemaCHAIR: Karst Geurs
10.2010.40Rie Larsen (Negenborn)Teodora Szep (Chorus)Tanzhe Tang (Verbraeck)
Towards Predictive Synchromodality using Model Predictive ControlComparison of incentives for cooperative drivingLearning Opinions by Observing Actions: Simulation of Opinion Spreading Using An Action-Opinion Inference Model
10.4011.00Qinqin Zeng (Lodewijks)Konstanze Winter (Arem)Rick Wolbertus (Chorus)
Measuring company performance from an environmental perspective: a composite indicator for truck manufacturersRelocating and Parking Strategies for a Fleet of Shared Automated VehiclesViewpoints on future electric vehicle charging infrastructure from industry experts and policy makers: An application of Q-methodology
11.0011.20Borut Zgonc (?)Ayu Andani (Geurs)Bo Zhang (Martens, M)
Break-even distance estimation between combined and unimodal road freight transportEffects of a toll road construction on the travel behavior of transport-disadvantaged group: a case study in IndonesiaFrom Passive to Active Drivers’ Control Intervention: Exploring the Effects of Uncertainty Monitoring Request on Driver Attention, Take-over Performance and Acceptance
11.2011.40Bahareh Zohoori (Verbraeck)Emiliano Heyns (?)Bing Huang (Chorus)
Supply Chain Resilience in High‐tech IndustriesHighway congestion Death by automation? Social acceptance of Automated Vehicles: Safety aspects
11.4012.00Wenjing Guo (Negenborn)Hari Nagalur Subraveti (Arem)Yke Eisma (Paassen)
Multi-commodity Multi-service Matching Design for Container 2 Transportation Systems Rule based control for motorway merges: assessment and case studyDo Ecological Interfaces cause competency or complacency? A study in air traffic control
12.0013.00Lunch (in de Refter!)
Automated VehiclesActivities-TravelNew Data Sources
CHAIR: Marieke MartensCHAIR: Rob van der HeijdenCHAIR: Eric van Berkum
13.0013.20Ana Rodriguez Palmeiro (Hagenzieker)Anuradha Jain (Marchau)Oskar Eikenbroek (Berkum)
Automated Vehicle to Vulnerable Road User communication: a crowdsourcing video‐based surveyMaking rail freight fit for futurePattern Recognition in Urban Traffic Flows
13.2013.40Johan Los (Negenborn)Pauline Detavernier (?)Vincent Gong (Hoogendoorn)
Autonomous Vehicle Routing: Optimizing Individual Pickups and Deliveries in a Multi-Agent System with AuctionsTrain stationsCrowd Characterization using Social Media Data in City-Scale Events for Crowd Management
13.4014.00Anika Boelhouwer (Martens, M)Maria Alonso Gonzalez (Hoogendoorn)Ahmad Alwosheel (Chorus)
Review of HMI transition designs in highly automated vehicles: an embodied interaction perspective.Which is the disutility of sharing a ride? - Willingness to share in ride-sourcing servicesGraying the ‘black-box’: Interpretable Artificial Neural Networks to Understand Travel Choice Behavior
14.0014.20Andreia Martins Martinho (Chorus)Baiba Pudane (Chorus)Yang Zhou (Hoogendoorn)
Novel perspectives on ethics and Autonomous VehiclesActivity-travel Behaviour in the Automated Vehicle–era: A Time-use Model and Its EstimationQuantitative analysis of the impacts of wind and current on ship behavior in ports based on AIS data
14.2014.40Francesco Walker (Martens, M)Florian Schneider (Hoogendoorn)Timo Melman (?)
Gaze Behaviour and Galvanic Skin Response as Indicators of Driver Trust in Automated VehiclesDeriving and assessing activity hierarchies from travel distancesExploring the differences between comfort and sport mode in Renault's Multi-Sense
14.40Coffee and tea
Active ModesNetwork ModelsPorts
CHAIR: Henk MeursCHAIR: Soora RasouliCHAIR: Rob Zuidwijk (TBC)
15.2015.40Marie-Jette Wierbos (Hoogendoorn)Yongqiu Zhu (Goverde)Camill Harter (?)
Estimating the Capacity of Bicycle Paths and Capacity Drop in Bicycle FlowIntegrated timetable rescheduling and passenger routing using dynamic event-activity networksThe European hinterland transport network as a complex network – How is robustness affected by the multi-mode and multi-operator structure?
15.4016.00Alexandra Gavriilidou (Arem)Breno Beirigo (Negenborn)Bob Castelein (Geerlings)
Modelling cyclist queue formation at urban intersections using a two-layer discrete choice frameworkDual-mode vehicle routing in mixed autonomous and non-autonomous zone networks*What makes a reefer hub? Cold chain policies for container ports.
16.0016.20Giulia Reggiani (Hoogendoorn)Ding Luo (Lint)Gert-Jaap Polinder (?)
Managing bicycle flows in urban areasComplex network representations of public transport service supplyEvaluating a line plan
16.2016.40Alphonse Vial (Hoogendoorn)Hobbs White (Zuidwijk)Kailan Wu (Tavasszy)
Unravelling Active Mode Mobility in Cities with a Vehicular Sensing NetworkPlanning with heterogeneous elements of transportation capacity in synchromodal networksCollaboration Mechanisms Design for Sustainable Supply Chain with Asymmetric Demand Information
16.4017.00Mingying Xu (?)
The evolution of the shipping sulphur cap: multi-level governance in rhetoric or reality?
17.00Drinks
18.00Diner
20.00End of program
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