TRAIL Congress Program 2023


Program TRAIL PhD Congress 2023
31 October - In de Driehoek, Utrecht
Beginning ResearchIntermediate ResearchAdvanced ResearchMixed stages
Start time
EntranceGertrudes Kapel
(Ground floor)
(between floor)
(1st floor)
(1st floor)
09.00Registration & Coffee/tea--------
09.30Opening by
Scientific Director & PhD Council
09.45Keynote speech by
Lilian van den Aarsen
Accessibility and shared mobilityPublic transport networksRailway planning and logisticsPanel data and surveys
Chair Bert van WeeChair Jan Anne AnnemaChair Rob GoverdeChair Maarten Kroesen
10.20Carol Masingi
Interrelationships between perceived accessibility, public transport mode choice and activity space in peripheral areas
Sara Momen
Effect of educated decision-making towards uncertainty in battery electric
buses network design
Yanyan Liu
The Prediction of Disaster Risk Paths Along Railway Lines Based on IECNN Model
Maarten 't Hoen
In and out of balance: Travel Time Budgets for individuals in the Netherlands
10.40Roberto Ramirez Juarez
Integrated Accessibility: Accessibility measure contemplating calculated and perceived accessibility in mulimodal transport systems
Renate van der Knaap
Railway line planning for varying demand with stop planning, frequency setting, and asymmetric lines
Nina Versluis
Conflict detection and resolution for
distance-to-go railway signalling
Georgios Kapousizis
What role do safety-related factors play in determining user preferences towards new bicycle technologies enhancing cycling safety?
11.20Thiago Louro
Electric bicycles
Elif Arslan
Constructing Explainable Optimal Decision Trees for Taxi Demand Prediction
Ziyulong Wang
Stability of timing points in automatic train operation
Tessa Leferink
No car anymore? A study on the effects of life events on travel behaviour using Dutch MPN data
11.40Luqi Dong
What individual characteristics would influence the potential usage of shared modes and relevant mode combinations?
Santiago Cardona
“I am travelling more than before” The impact of an aerial cable car in activity participation in disadvantaged communities.
Alex Cunillera
Lion Cassens
Assessing bidirectional relationships between noise annoyance and health: A cross-lagged panel analysis
12.00Jing Qin
Mobility-as-a-Service in Space–time prism
Konstantinos Rigos
Comparative Study of Centrally Controlled vs. Self-Organized Railway System
Senkai Xie
Nonlinear effects of changes in built environment and life events on mode choice: A longitudinal analysis
Data and learning techniquesNew ways forward and concepts in decision-makingDriving behaviourTraffic Safety / Cycling and Bike Sharing
Chair Simeon CalvertChair Taede TillemaChair Marieke Martens (tbc) Chair Dorine Duives
13.30Callum Evans
Integrated Motorway Traffic Control using Reinforcement Learning
Yescha Danandjojo
The influence of land ownership and private involvement in the implementation of land value capture instruments in the global perspective
Nagarjun Reddy
Human driving behavior in mixed traffic at motorway on-ramps, signalized provincial road intersections, and car following behind leader: A driving simulator experiment
Mehrnaz Asadi
A methodological framework to conduct joint zone-based analysis of traffic safety and accessibility
13.50Nirvana Pecorari
Gaussian Mixture Model and Extended Kalman Filter for traffic data imputation: impact on perimeter control
Maha Attia
Learning strategies for handling uncertainties in urban accessibility planning: a systematic review
Lucas Elbert Suryana
Expert Perspectives into Automated Vehicle Motion Planning Aligned with Human Reasons
Christian Ratering
Moving around with an anxiety disorder
14.10Weiming Mai
Incorporating Physics Prior for Data-Driven Indoor Crowd Flow Forecasting
Marquis Yip
Angèle Picco
Information, Assessment, or Decision: A Driving Simulator Study on the Effect of Real-Time Feedback Based on Information-Processing Stages
Mario Boot
Using Body Sensors in Evaluations of the Impact of Smart Cycling Technologies on Cycling Experience
14.30Xue Yao
Identification of Driving Heterogeneity with Machine Learning: A Literature Review and Future Perspectives
Gabriel Nova
Understanding the Decision-making Process of Discrete Choice Modellers: One database but many workflows
Kexin Liang
Understanding Drivers’ Takeover Behaviours: Insights from the
Task-Capability Interface (TCI) Theory
Huitao Lyu
An origin-destination level analysis on the competitiveness of bike-sharing to underground using explainable machine learning
15.00Coffee Break
Vehicle and AV behaviourOptimization of networks and vehiclesRoute choice and perceptionsMaritime Transport
Chair Serge HoogendoornChair Jan Anne AnnemaChair Winnie DaamenChair Rommert Dekker
15.30Saeed Rahmani
Modeling Two-dimensional Vehicular Maneuvers at Unsignalized Intersections: A Decentralized Approach
Pedro Zattoni
Inverse Optimization for Routing Problems
Arco van Beek
The impact of illumination on pedestrian route choice using virtual reality experiments
Marcel van Benten
A Circular Bunkering Process for Hydrogen-Fuelled Marine Vessels
15.50Yongqi Dong
Social-aware Planning and Control for Automated Vehicles based on Driving Risk Field and Model Predictive Contouring Control
Zakir Farahmand
Developing Cooperative Traffic Signal Control Systems
Fransisco Garrido-Valenzuela
Urban Space embedding based on Street-Level Images and perceived urban
Lisna Rahayu
Governance Challenges in Improving Maritime Transport System Connectivity in the Global South (Case Study: Indonesia)
16.10Haihong Xu
Characterization of traffic dynamics in non-equilibrium ride-hailing mobility networks: A mesoscopic approach
Xiaolei Liu
Understanding the route choice behavior of metro passengers: A case study of Shanghai
Adrien Nicolet
A Choice-Driven Service Network Design and Pricing model considering Shippers’ Behavior
16.30Teun Uijtdewilligen
The relationship between perceptions of crowding, high bicycle volumes, and perceived and objective bicycle safety
16.50Awards Presentation
with Refreshments
18.00Dinner buffet
20.00-- End of program --


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