On Friday 10 June, University of Twente, Eindhoven University of Technology and University of Amsterdam organize, in collaboration with ARS Traffic & Transport Technology, a one-day workshop on Urban Traffic Management and Control, for which you are cordially invited. The workshop is organized in the context of the research project "Implementing Stochastic Models for Intersections with Regulated Traffic" (ISMIRT), a collaboration between the aforementioned institutes. This research project is financially supported by NWO and TKI Dinalog with Accelerator 2020 grant 439.20.616 of the Top Sector Logistics.
The aim of the workshop is to bring together research and industry and to address recent developments and challenges. On behalf of the university world, University Twente and TU Eindhoven give presentations about a new prototype for an "analytical" simulator of traffic networks. Unlike existing simulation programs, this analytical simulator uses mathematical, analytical methods from applied probability theory to simulate a traffic network. From industry, presentations are given by ARS Traffic & Transport Technology, Simacan and DAT.Mobility. During the workshop we hope to create a nice, informal atmosphere that stimulates interaction between traffic controllers and model builders. The workshop will be held in the U Parkhotel at the University of Twente and starts on Friday 10 June with registration from 10:30-11:00 and ends around 17:30. The global program looks like:
11:00-12:30 welcome and two presentations
13:30-15:00 two presentations
15:00-15:30 coffee/tea break
15:30-16:15 final presentation
The final schedule of presentations follows.
Participation in the workshop is free, but we do ask participants to register via this registration form.