On 3 February 2020, TRAIL PhD researcher Paul van Erp will defend his PhD thesis “Relative Flow Data: new opportunities for traffic state estimation” at Delft University of Technology. The defence is public, and you are invited to join.
Moreover, on the occasion of this public defence, TRAIL and TU Delft have set up a seminar on “Next Generation Transport and Traffic”.
Traffic and transport systems are rapidly developing. The new technologies have a large effect on the urban system, and the transport system. In this masterclass we will be discussing new research developments in this area. We will discuss so at various levels. We start at the highest level, in which the size and structure of cities is discussed. Then, the traffic operations at the urban level are disused. Finally, we will discuss the added value of detailed data for a single road for traffic monitoring, using advanced and high-resolution floating car data.
Chairman: Dr. Victor Knoop
12.45 – 13.30 h Lunch
13.30 – 14.10 h Prof. Carlos Daganzo (UC Berkeley) – Size and structure of cities, and city clusters, from a business and transportation perspective.
14.10 – 14.50 h Prof. Ludovic Leclercq (Université de Lyon) – Calibrating and validating multi-region MFD models.
14.50 – 15.30 h Prof. Chris Tampère (KU Leuven) – Traffic impact monitoring at the future Flemish test site for automated vehicles: data fusion for detailed traffic state reconstruction.
15.30 h Closing
Registration: Participation is free, registration is required: click here.
Location: Aula, TU Delft, Mekelweg 5, Delft
Room: Commissiekamer 3
Public defence Paul van Erp
At 10:00 h the public defence starts in the Senaatszaal of the Aula.
At 09:30 h Paul will give a brief presentation about his research in the same room.