On 3 December 2020, TRAIL PhD researcher Lin Xiao will defend her PhD thesis entitled “Cooperative Adaptive Cruise Control Vehicles on Highways: Modelling and Traffic Flow Characteristics” at Delft University of Technology. The defence is public, and you are cordially invited to join.
On the occasion of this public defence, TRAIL and TU Delft have set up a seminar on ”Driver Behavior and Traffic Operations with Automated Vehicles”. Microscopic driver-vehicle behaviors are crucial in determining macroscopic flow characteristics and traffic safety impact. Partially automated driving system introduces complex driver-vehicle interactions and changes the way we operate our vehicles today. This has paramount implications for traffic operations. This seminar will discuss recent advances in understanding and modelling driver-vehicle behavior under partial automation and the connection between microscopic driver-vehicle dynamic and macroscopic traffic flow dynamics.
Chairman: Meng Wang
15.30 – 16.00 Dr. ir. Riender Hapeee, TU Delft
Transitions of Control in Automated Driving
16:00 – 16:30 Dr. Xiaopeng Li, University of South Florida
Trade-off between safety, mobility and stability in automated vehicle following control
16:30 – 17:00 Prof. Soyoung Ahn, University of Wisconsin – Madison
On Multi-class Automated Vehicles: Car-following Behavior and Its Implications for Traffic Dynamics
17:00 – 17:30 Dr. Hao Liu, PATH, UC Berkeley
Cooperative Adaptive Cruise Control (CACC) Vehicle String Operations in Mixed Traffic: Models and Applications
17:30-17:40 Panel discussion and wrap up
Participation is free, registration is required: CLICK HERE.
You will receive a ZOOM invitation on 1 December at the latest.
The online public defence of Lin Xiao will take place at 15:00 December 3, 2020 at TU Delft.