January is THE month where transportation researchers meet. It is TRB time! Despite DC is a city that does not attract tourism and does not welcome people with sunny and warm weather, it is the perfect time to meet great researchers, and above all good friends. It's about crazy sessions starting at 7h30, workshops [...]
During summertime, the MobiLab group was represented in several international conferences and workshops. The tour started in June with the participation to the 6th IEEE MT-ITS Conference in Krakow (Viti, Rinaldi, Laskaris, Giorgione, Mazur, Scheffer, Cisterna) and the 10th TRISTAN Symposium in Hamilton Island, Australia (Rinaldi, Laskaris). In July, we were part of the top [...]
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Guido Cantelmo presented his research "Utility-Based Kalman Filtering for real-time estimation of daily demand flows" during the 7th symposium of the European Association for Research in Transportation in Athens (5-7 September 2018)
Georgios Laskaris presented a multi-line holding criterion for public transport networks with a shared transit corridor during the 7th symposium of the European Association for Research in Transportation in Athens (5-7 September 2018). In this work, the control decision taken in real time accounts for all different passenger groups that will experience the control action. [...]
On September 5-7, during the 7th symposium of the European Association for Research in Transportation in Athens, Marco Rinaldi presented a novel theoretical framework to assess the degree of controllability of complex transportation networks. This groundbreaking work allows to determine, for a general transportation network, where to place controllers (such as tolling stations and traffic [...]
On July 9-11 Marco Rinaldi presented a joint work in collaboration with the University of Roma Tre on Optimal multi-line bus dispatching at terminals with electric charging scheduling constraints during the 29th European Conference on Operational Research in Valencia, Spain. This is the first presentation related to project eCoBus’ Work Package 2, dealing with exact mathematical modelling [...]
On July 19th Francesco Viti gave a 90 minutes seminar at the University of Sydney on the topic Estimating and Predicting Traffic States in the Era of Big Data. The seminar was well attended by students and staff of the Sydney Business School and the University of New South Wales.