TI Agenda

Promotie H. Zheng: AGV’s

12 december 2016

Coordination of Waterborne AGVs. Promotor: Prof.dr.ir. G. Lodewijks (3mE).Lees verder

 

Promotie M. van den Berg: evacuatie

12 december 2016

The Influence of Herding on Departure Choice in Case of an Evacuation. Design and Analysis of a Serious Gaming Experimental Set-up. Promotor: Prof.dr.ir. S.P. Hoogendoorn (CiTG).Lees verder

 

Autonomous Ship Events

12 december 2016

Alleen Engels: Autonomous shipping is one of the latest development within maritime transport with a prosperous outlook for the future. The department of Maritime & Transport Technology cordially invites you to the Autonomous Ship Events, which consist of three seperate events halfway December.Lees verder

 

Promotie S. Li: havens

13 december 2016

Coordinated Planning of Inland Vessels for Large Seaports. Promotor: Prof.dr.ir. G. Lodewijks (3mE).Lees verder

 

Promotie K. Yuan: snelwegen

14 december 2016

Capacity Drop on Freeways: Traffic Dynamics, Theory and Modeling. Promotor: Prof.dr.ir. S.P. Hoogendoorn (CiTG).Lees verder

 

Promotie S.J. Heblij: luchthavens

19 december 2016

An integrated approach to optimised airport environmental management. Promotor: Prof.dr. R. Curran (LR).Lees verder

 

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TI Nieuws

Two million euro ERC grant for Caspar Chorus’ modelling moral decision making proposal

05 december 2016

Alleen Engels: The European Research Council has approved the ERC Consolidator proposal of TPM professor Caspar Chorus. A great achievement, since only around 10% of the submitted proposals is selected. Chorus: ‘I am very pleased with this outcome, certainly since we have put in a lot of effort over the past year in obtaining this funding. It will be used for a research programme to extend...Lees verder

 

TU Delft ‘NWO Complexity in Transport & Logistics’ proposals granted

01 december 2016

Alleen Engels - Several researchers at the Transport Institute had successful proposals in the NWO Complexity grant: Complexity in Transport and Logistics. The purpose of the Complexity in Transport and Logistics programme is to encourage innovative, multidisciplinary research that will generate revolutionary ideas for logistics systems and contribute to new theories and innovation in the field...Lees verder

 

Paper uitgelicht: ‘Het verbeteren van de last mile in OV-reis met automatische voertuigen’

30 november 2016

Transport Instituut onderzoekers Niels van Oort en Menno Yap, beiden ook werkzaam bij Goudappel Coffeng, hebben vrijdag 25 november tijdens het Colloquium Vervoersplanologisch Speurwerk (CVS) de prijs gewonnen voor ‘beste paper’. TU Delft alumnus Arthur Scheltes ontwikkelde de simulatietool. De jury: “Over zelfrijdend vervoer wordt veel geroepen, maar vaak ontbreekt het aan de onderbouwing. Het...Lees verder

 
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