In this meeting, we aim to bring together researchers from academia and from industry at large.
We shall have five sets of "duo lectures", devoted to five different areas of traffic logistics.
Traffic logistics is an extremely important topic for our society. Research on traffic logistics seeks to reconcile economic, social and ecological objectives. Transport and logistics should be maximally efficient, with minimum delay and limited adverse impact on the environment. Novel technological developments, including autonomous driving and the massive availability of data, pose new opportunities, and offer interesting challenges to researchers.
In this meeting, we aim to bring together researchers from academia and from industry at large. We shall have five sets of “duo lectures”, devoted to five different areas of traffic logistics. The first talk of each duo centers mainly on the problem and the second talk focuses more on scientific solution methodology.
Some of the talks may be mathematically oriented, but generally speaking We aim to make this day accessible for a rather broad audience.
|Marko Boon||TU Eindhoven|
|Onno Boxma||TU Eindhoven|
|Richard Boucherie, University of Twente||Wim van Nifterick, ARS Traffic &Transport Technology|
|Maarten Steinbuch, TU Eindhoven||Maurice Kwakkernaat, TNO|
|Stijn Fleuren, TU Eindhoven||Bas van der Bijl, Sweco|
|Rob van der Mei, CWI||Frank Ottenhof, TrafficLink|
|Maaike Snelder, TNO-TU Delft||Remko Smit, Rijkswaterstaat|
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