Education

Courses Master CTS

Our group offers the following masters courses:

Course Name


Course code

Modeling Consumer Behaviour

Q1

201800059

GIS (ITC)

new in 2019

Q1


Planning and Process Management

Q1

201800072




Traffic Operations

Q1

201800064

Transport Research Project

Q1-Q4

201800055

Data Science

Q2

201400174

Intelligent Transport Systems. Design & evaluation

NEW in 2019

Q2

201800346

Sustainable Transport

Q2

201800060

Traffic Forecasting and Analysis

Q2

201800063

Land use and Transport Interactions

Q2

201800061

Network Modelling and Forecasting (e-course)

Q2

201800068

Transport Research Project


Q1-Q4


201800055


Network equilibrium analysis

Q4

201800054

Public Transport Modelling

Q3

201800070

Choice Modeling

Q3

201800058

Transport Research Project


Q1-Q4


201800055


Advanced Methods in Transport Planning

NEW in 2019

Q4

201800297

Traffic Management


Q4

201800065

Traffic Safety

Q4


Transport Research Project


Q1-Q4


201800055


CEM Master Thesis Traffic

30 EC

195439999

Student guide for the MSc thesis

Please find here the new student guide for the MSc thesis.

An important change is related to the proposal form. The student must first go to BOZ to pick up the proposal form, the form can also be found in appendix 8 of the student guide. Then BOZ will check whether the student has 10 EC or less open in course work to start the Preparation MSc-thesis (5 EC or less to start MSc thesis project). In this way the thesis supervisor knows whether the student can start with the preparation for the thesis, since he/ she does not have access to Mobility Online.

If you have any questions regarding the student guide, you can contact Eva Blokhuis (e.m.blokhuis@utwente.nl)

August 2017, the Smart Urban Mobility Lab (SUM-LAB) was opened in in this Brazilian metropolis. The research facility is an initiative of the city of Curitiba, two local universities – the Pontifical Catholic University of Paraná (PUCPR), the Federal University of Technology - Paraná (UTFPR) – and the University of Twente.

Researchers from each of the partners will work together in the SUM-LAB to formulate the key challenges facing urban mobility in the metropolis of Curitiba. They will also examine ways in which these challenges can best be met. These researchers will cooperate in the context of various studies and in testing innovative mobility solutions, using the city as a Living Lab. The lab is located at the UTFPR.

Join us! Carry out a research project at the SUM-LAB as part of your BSc or MSc thesis, internship or as a minor. We also offer exchange packages for some bachelor programmes. Projects start each semester.

Flyer for students can be downloaded here

Contact: prof. dr. Ing. Karst Geurs

Read more at:

www.utwente.nl/curitiba/students

https://www.utwente.nl/en/news/!/2017/8/39521/smart-urban-mobility-lab-in-curitiba-open-for-business