The Program for the TRAIL-Beta Congress has been set by the representatives of the PhD councils of Beta (Inge) and TRAIL (Mariska) – and approved by the management of TRAIL and Beta.
In the morning (10.00 – 12.00 hr), there are 4 workshops:
– Ethics of authorship, publishing and citing (by Prof. Caspar Chorus & PhD Dorine Duives – DUT)
– Job Crafting (by Lonneke Dubbelt – TUE) More info here
– How to become the next professor or CEO? (by Prof. Henk Meurs – MuConsult)
– How to balance practice and academic interests? (by Prof. Albert Veenstra – DINALOG)
Program in the afternoon:
|1. The effect of human behaviour I
|Mariska van Essen
|Role of travel time information on day-to-day route choice behaviour based on real-world experiments
|Does leader proactive personality relate to employee daily job crafting? The role of daily empowering leadership and enduring job characteristics
|Empirical Car-following and Lane-Changing Driving Behaviour in Case of Authority Transitions between Adaptive Cruise Control and Manual Driving
|Industrial firms and modularity: the role of the customer-facing functions
|2. Traffic Management I
|String Strategies of Cooperative Adaptive Cruise Control (CACC)Vehicles for High-Performance Streams
|Optimizing fixed-time traffic light control at isolated intersections
|Bernat Goni Ros
|Traffic Flow Optimization At Sags By Controlling The Acceleration Of Some Vehicles
|A novel two-stage approach to robust periodic timetabling
|3. Transport management and land use
|The long-term relation between the development of the public transport infrastructure network (including heavy and light rail) and land-use change in the Greater Randstad Area, the Netherlands over the course of three decades.
|to determine a set of tours with departure times at a depot such that maximize the difference between the collected profits and the total routes duration cost.
|A spatial interaction model of public transportation travel flows in the Arnhem Nijmegen City Region
|4. Production maintenance materials coordination and transportation I
|Sajjad Rahimi Ghahroodi
|spare parts inventory control of stocks and planning of Man-power (service engineers) needed to facilitate corrective maintenance
|mathematical model for predictive scheduling of perishable material allocating in order to reduce loss of perishable goods
|Selling to Nanostores
|Spare parts pooling under criticality differences
|5. Transport Freight Management I
|Wouter van Heeswijk
|dispatch problem with uncontrolled batch arrivals of LTL orders at an urban consolidation center.
|The Concentration degree of the market of Intermodal Freight Transport Networks in the EU: model application
|A metaheuristic for the tactical and operational planning of a multimodal transportation system with product quality preservation and empty repositioning
|Pickup and Delivery Problem with Time Windows and Scheduled Lines (PDPTW-SL); an exact solution approach for the PDPTW-SL based on a branch-and-price algorithm
|6. Production maintenance materials coordination and transportation II
|We develop an optimization model to determine the optimal failure rate of critical components in both single-component systems and multiple-component systems.
|Railway line planning problem with partly cyclic pattern
|In-service monitoring of multiple railway wheels diameter
|Mohammad R. Rasouli
|This paper, from a dynamic capabilities perspective, aims to move towards the operationalization of the characteristics of the Service-Oriented Demand-Supply Chain (SODSC)
|7. Transport Freight Management II
|DM Lases Figueroa
|New service development for scheduled freight services
|pickup and delivery traveling salesman problem with handling costs (PDTSPH)
|Optimization for fleet configuration and route in ITT
|Procuring and Transporting Commodities: Hedging against Price, Demand and Freight Rate Risk with Options
|8. The effect of human behavior II
|Consumer preferences for electric vehicles - a research proposal
|Digitization technology’s role in shaping business practice of creative service firms
|DISRUPTIVE INNOVATION IN ENERGY INCUMBENTS: A SCIENCE-BASED DESIGN APPROACH
|Freddy Mullakkal Babu
|IMPACT ASSESSMENT OF AUTOMATED DRIVING
|9. Quantitative models for analysis of operational processes
|Shortest expected delay routing
|Critical queues exhibiting the depletion-of-points effect
|Optimizing the service zone location of electric automated taxis in train trip connection.
|The effect of an offered appointment schedule on the waiting time for scheduled patients, as well as lateness for unscheduled patients of different urgency categories.
|10. Traffic Management II
|Goof van de Weg
|This paper proposes a model predictive control strategy for the optimization of urban road traffic network throughput by controlling intersection flows.
|Xavier Bellsolà Olba
|Traffic Capacity Estimation Method of a Waterway Intersection
|Mean-Field Analysis of Ultra-Dense CSMA Networks