Tentative program 2017

Tentative program    
10.00Plenair by Prof. Bert van Wee and Gert Jaap Polinder
Automated drivingTravel behaviour/informationBicycles
10.4011.00Bahman MadadiYihong WangLara-Britt Zomer
Network Design and Impacts of Automated Driving: A Research AgendaUsing mobile internet usage behavior data to understand travel behaviorThe Art of GPS Bicycle Data & Activity Identification
11.0011.20Niharika MahajanBing HuangAlexandra Gavriilidou
Automatic tuning of Cooperative Speed Control Algorithm (COSCAL) for effective mitigation of jam wavesTesting Weber’s law in utility-based and regret-based models of travel behaviorWhat affects your decisions while you are cycling?
11.2011.40Anirudh Kishore BhoopalamDanique TonAngela van der Kloof
Truck platooning with in-platoon restingA conceptual framework of travel choice interactions suitable for active-mode travel modellingThe Formation of Cycling Knowledge in the Netherlands
11.4012.00Silvia VarottoMariska van EssenMarie-Jette Wierbos
Acceptable or not? Modelling Choices of Control Transitions and Speed Regulations in Full-Range Adaptive Cruise ControlTaking the detour - Travelers’ information compliance with system-beneficial travel information.Bicycle queue dynamics: The relation between queue density and outflow rate of bicyclists at a controlled intersection
12.0012.20Francesco WalkerKonstanze Winter
Trust in Level 2 automated cars before and after experience with the vehiclesThe Novelty Effect: The Neglect of Initial Safety Risks of New Pedestrian and Cycling Infrastructure
Automated drivingInfluencing customersDistribution Network
13.2013.40Baiba PudaneLizet KrabbenborgXiao Lin
Behavioural Response to Automated Vehicles: A Simple Formal ModelPublic Viewpoints on Peak-hour-avoidance: an Application of Q Methodology Integrated approach for quality-aware cut rose logistics
13.4014.00Bo ZhangI Gusti Ayu AndaniRamesh Pokarel
Factors Influencing Driver Take-over Time when Resuming Manual Control from Automated DrivingEffects of Toll Road on Urban Development: How Much Does Accessibility Matter? (A Case in Indonesia)Project Title: Transport Investment and Regional Economic Development: A Developing Countries’ Perspective
14.0014.20Anika BoelhouwerRick WolbertusSander Onstein
Information Presentation for Calibrated Take-overs in Highly Automated DrivingPrice incentives for efficient electric vehicle charging behaviour: A latent class choice model applied to charging data in AmsterdamFactors driving firms' spatial decisions on distribution structures
14.2014.40Hari Hara Sharan Hagalur SubravetiAlexandros PasparakisJohan Los
Motorway Merge Control for Mixed Manual and Automated VehiclesIn the Driver’s Seat: The Role of Leadership in Safe and Productive Cargo TransportSolving the Pickup and Delivery Problem with Multiple Ranked Delivery Locations using Adaptive Large Neighborhood Search
14.4015.00Breno Beirigo
Mixed-purpose shared autonomous vehicles with parcel lockers: insights on integrating passenger and freight transportation
15.0015.30Coffee and tea break
Inter-model transportPassenger optimizationSupply Chains
15.3015.50Alberto GiudiciFei YanKartika Nurhayati
Reliability in intermodal transport: a bilevel programming planning approachThe Novelty Effect: The Neglect of Initial Safety Risks of New Pedestrian and Cycling InfrastructureDecision Chain in Supply Chain Management
15.5016.10Hamid SaeediBoudewijn ZwaalBob Castelein
Slacks-based Network DEA approach to assess the efficiency of the intermodal freight transport chainsDeparture time optimisation using a Macroscopic Fundamental Diagram-based traffic flow modelDecisions and perceptions regarding energy-saving in reefer container transport
16.1016.30Qu HuGert-Jaap PolinderBahareh Zohoori
Optimization of Inter-modal Rail Transport in a Port AreaEvaluating a line planSupply chain disruption management through infrastructure resilience
16.3016.50Patrick FahimXiao LiangAhmad Alwosheel
The Impact of the Physical Internet on Ports: A Conceptual Framework and Future Development PathsAn optimization model for vehicle routing of automated taxi trips with dynamic travel times and real-time demandArtificial Neural Networks as a means to accommodate decision rules in choice models

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