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After 3 long years and 2 missed editions, the MobiLab team again massively participated to the Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting. Piergiorgio and Federico presented their posters. It was also the first experience in DC [...]
ACUMEN – The first Horizon Europe project acquired by Mobilab!
Excellent news received just before Christmas! Our team belonging to a super consortium led by Aalto University obtained a prestigious Horizon Europe grant for working on CCAM and future traffic management. We will collaborate with [...]
LuxDownUnder – an INTER Mobility project for creating collaborations with the Uni Sydney and other Australian universities!
From December 1st Francesco Viti left Europe direction Down Under. He has been appointed Visiting Professor at the Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies at the University of Sydney, where he will spend 9 months [...]
Predicting the future of mobility in Luxembourg – the MERLIN project
On October 25 the MobiLab team welcomed the project sponsor, the Ministry of Economy, for the final showcase of the MERLIN tools. We presented first the scientific outcomes of the project, which consist of advancements [...]
The 2nd PhD generation has grown up!
Being a relatively small sized team, I like to think of my 'PhD kids' as members of different generations. When I moved to Luxembourg, and after a small year of integration in the new environment, [...]
MobiLab Team Retreat
In December 2021 the whole MobiLab team spent two days in the province of Liege for team building activities. We did paintball, table tennis tournaments, Karaoke sessions, delicious dinners and lunches, and a lot of [...]
Francesco Viti presents the Mobilab work on demand modelling at Traffic Flow Theory Webinar Series
MobiLab visit to the E-Bus Competence Centre
In June 2021 we went to Livange to visit the E-Bus Competence Center. We could test and experience automated driving and provide our feedback to the EBCC research team. That was fun!
New Year online reception: starting with fun!
Today we did our new year reception. Despite having to do it online, we enjoyed some time together, shared a drink and played a pub quiz. Hoping that next one will be with a proper [...]
2020 in review: not everything is to be forgotten
The 2020 will not leave us many good memories. The Covid19 pandemic has taken away many of the daily pleasures such as the coffee breaks at work with the team mates, the conference travels, the [...]
MFTS2020 a virtual success!
On July 6 and 7 the MobiLab team organised the 3rd edition of the Symposium on Management of Future Motorway and Urban Traffic Systems. The restrictions caused by Covid-19 forced us to organise the event [...]
Free public transport in Luxembourg: interview on Belgian TV
On Monday 2nd Francesco Viti was interviewed by the Belgian TV RTBF on the theme of free public transport. Here is the link to the interview:
MobiLab goes to TRB!
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 [...]
A busy summertime full of conferences for Mobilab!
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, [...]
Yale Wong (ITLS, University of Sydney) visits MobiLab
On July 17-21 we were honoured to receive the visit of Yale Wong from the University of Sydney Business School. Yale’s research focus encompasses three core facets in future mobility, transport contracts and bus operations. A [...]
The MobiLab group is happy to share with you the new paper of the team published in Transportation Research Part B. Enjoy a 50 days free access to the paper. Click here!
Utility-Based Kalman Filtering for real-time estimation of daily demand flows @hEART18 Athens
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)
A multi-line holding criterion for public transport networks @Athens
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 [...]
Our external master student Erika Picarelli from University Roma Tre, presented her work from her master degree thesis on ecoBus Project during OR 2018 at MCE Conference Center in Bruxelles (11-14 September 2018). She presented [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
On July 23-25 Francesco Viti and Georgios Laskaris presented two papers promoting the eCoBus project. Francesco presented a work on the extension of the Green Light Optimal Dwell Time Adaptation to consider line regularity and [...]
The MobiLab group is happy to share with you the new paper of the team published in Transportation Research Part A. Enjoy a 50 days free access to the paper. Click here!
A famous crossroad in Tokyo
A video that shows the Shibuya Crossing. View on Youtube
An example of e-bus recharge – youtube video
A video that shows one technique to recharge an electric bus: Off-board Top-down-Pantograph. View on Youtube
Mobility Management Training 2018, a successful first edition!
Mobility Management Training 2018, a successful first edition! […]
A Luxemburgish Software Web to manage Employee Mobility!
HR One met Dr. Francois Sprumont and Professor Francesco Viti, co-founders of Movesion Luxembourg. […]
Cost-Benefit Analysis for transport policies
An interview of Francesco Viti, talking about cost-Benefit Analysis for transport policies. […]
Workshop on Smart Mobility
Thank you for attending the Workshop on Smart Mobility. […]
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Carsharing service – RTL video reportage
A video interview of Francesco Viti, talking about Car Sharing service. View on RTL
Superbus, an attractive solution – Luxembourger Wort
An interview with Francesco Viti, talking about Superbus as an attractive solution in Luxembourger Wort. Link to PDF version: View PDF
RTL interview – Traffic congestion
A video interview of Francesco Viti, talking about traffic congestion. View the full interview on RTL