Program 2017

Program TRAIL PhD Congres 2017      
Unico van Wassenaar roomGraaf van Leicester roomAnna van Oostenrijk roomHertogen room
09.30Registration coffee/tea
10.00Opening plenaire by Prof. Bert van Wee and Gert Jaap Polinder
Automated drivingTravel behaviourBicycles
Chair: Bart van AremChair: Caspar ChorusChair: Kees Maat
10.30IntroductionIntroductionIntroduction
10.4011.00Bahman MadadiYihong WangTim van Oijen
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
11.0011.20Anirudh Kishore BhoopalamMariska van EssenAngela van der Kloof
Truck platooning with in-platoon restingTaking the detour - Travelers’ information compliance with system-beneficial travel information.The Formation of Cycling Knowledge in the Netherlands
11.2011.40Silvia VarottoBaiba PudaneMarie-Jette Wierbos
Acceptable or not? Modelling Choices of Control Transitions and Speed Regulations in Full-Range Adaptive Cruise ControlBehavioural Response to Automated Vehicles: A Simple Formal ModelBicycle queue dynamics: The relation between queue density and outflow rate of bicyclists at a controlled intersection
11.4012.00Lígia Conceicao PereiraAlexandra GavriilidouKonstanze Winter
The deployment of automated vehicles: a model to design dedicated roadways in urban centersWhat affects your decisions while you are cycling?The Novelty Effect: The Neglect of Initial Safety Risks of New Pedestrian and Cycling Infrastructure
12.00Lunch in de REFTER
Automated drivingInfluencing customersDistribution Network
Chair: Rudy NegenbornChair: Maarten KroesenChair: Rene de Koster
13.2013.40Bo ZhangLizet KrabbenborgXiao Lin
Factors Influencing Driver Take-over Time when Resuming Manual Control from Automated DrivingPublic Viewpoints on Peak-hour-avoidance: an Application of Q Methodology Integrated approach for quality-aware cut rose logistics
13.4014.00Anika BoelhouwerFrancesco WalkerSander Onstein
Information Presentation for Calibrated Take-overs in Highly Automated DrivingTrust in Level 2 automated cars before and after experience with the vehiclesFactors driving firms' spatial decisions on distribution structures
14.0014.20Hari Hara Sharan Nagalur SubravetiRick WolbertusJohan Los
Motorway Merge Control for Mixed Manual and Automated VehiclesPrice incentives for efficient electric vehicle charging behaviour: A latent class choice model applied to charging data in AmsterdamFleet Management for Pickup and Delivery Problems with Multiple Locations and Preferences
14.2014.40Breno Beirigo
Mixed-purpose shared autonomous vehicles with parcel lockers: insights on integrating passenger and freight transportation
14.4015.00Break coffee / tea
Inter-model transportPassenger optimizationSupply Chains
Chair: Lori TavasszyChair: Andreas HegyiChair: Rommert Dekker
15.3015.50Alberto GiudiciBoudewijn ZwaalKartika Nurhayati
Reliability in intermodal transport: a bilevel programming planning approachDeparture time optimisation using a Macroscopic Fundamental Diagram-based traffic flow modelThe relationship between the structure of power and decisions in dyadic supply chains
15.5016.10Hamid SaeediGert-Jaap PolinderBob Castelein
Slacks-based Network DEA approach to assess the efficiency of the intermodal freight transport chainsEvaluating a line planDecisions and perceptions regarding energy-saving in reefer container transport
16.1016.30Qu HuXiao LiangBahareh Zohoori
Optimization of Inter-modal Rail Transport in a Port AreaAn optimization model for vehicle routing of automated taxi trips with dynamic travel times and real-time demandSupply Chain Disruption Management Under Uncertainty and Risk
16.3016.50Patrick FahimAhmad Alwosheel
The Impact of the Physical Internet on Ports: A Conceptual Framework and Future Development PathsArtificial Neural Networks as a means to accommodate decision rules in choice models
Maria van Hongarije Room
17.00Drinks & FAQ Future Employees with the cooperation of Taoufik Bakri (TNO), Gert-Jan de Maagd (Min. IenM), Geert-Jan van Houtum (Logistics) and Bert van Wee (TU Delft)
18.00Dinner
20.00End of program

 

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