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Programme

 

Full programme

Wednesday 9th of September

Thursday 10th of September

Friday 11th of September

  

Abstracts:


3. Francisco J. Bahamonde-Birke and Juan De Dios Ortúzar.About the categorization of latent variables in hybrid choice models link
4. Stéphanie Souche.Transport and emotion: the contribution of neurosciences
5. Eric Miller.Evaluating Transit Policy Options within an Agent-Based Microsimulation Modelling Framework link
6. Zhenhua Chen and Kingsley Haynes.Impact of Intercity Passenger Rail on Urban Housing Prices: An Investigation from Three Chinese Metropolitan Areas
7.Tomas Robenek and Michel Bierlaire.Evaluating the Quality of Railway Timetables from Passenger Point of View link
8. Jeppe Rich.A spline function classes suitable for transport demand models link
12. Farideh Ramjerdi and Bjørn Johansen.Public acceptance of road pricing; Does it matter? link
15. Harilaos Psaraftis, Min Wen and Christos Kontovas.Dynamic Vehicle Routing Problems: Three Decades and Counting link
17. Flurin S. Hänseler, William H.K. Lam, Michel Bierlaire, Riccardo Scarinci and Gael Lederrey.A macroscopic loading model for dynamic, anisotropic and congested pedestrian flows link

18. Patrick Bonnel, Zbigniew Smoreda, Etienne Hombourger and Ana-Maria Olteanu-Raimond.Potential of « passive » mobile phone dataset to construct origin-destination matrix

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19. Yuntao Guo and Srinivas Peeta.The Impacts of Interactive Accessibility Information on Residential Location Choice and Travel Behavior: An Experimental Study link

21. Sergio Arturo Ordóñez Medina.Personalized multi-activity scheduling of secondary activities

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22. Tim Hilgert, Martin Kagerbauer, Christine Weiss and Peter Vortisch.Modeling travel behavior using socio-demographic characteristics and statistical matching methods
23. Evantia Kazagli and Michel Bierlaire.Assessment of A Route Choice Model Based on Mental Representations for Traffic Assignment and Route Guidance link
25. Britta Niehof and Christian Winkler.How to drive: New Insights in the Future of the German Automobile Market
26. Ismir Mulalic, Bruno de Borger and Jan Rouwendal.Measuring the Rebound Effect with Micro Data link
27. Lasse Fridstrøm, Vegard Østli and Kjell Werner Johansen.A stock-flow cohort model of the national car fleet link
28. Jens West, Maria Börjesson and Leonid Engelson.Ex-post evaluation of national transport model - Gothenburg congestion charges application link
29. Masato Wada, Felipe Delgado and Bernardo Pagnoncelli.A risk averse approach to the optimal capacity problem in the airline cargo industry link
30. Michal Maciejewski.Effcient real-time taxi dispatching by solving the assignment problem link
32. Femke van Wageningen-Kessels, Winnie Daamen and Serge Hoogendoorn.The two-dimensional Godunov scheme and what it means for continuum pedestrian flow models
34. Nursitihazlin A. Termida, Yusak O. Susilo and Joel P. Franklin.The influence of non-instrumental variables on individuals’ time-scale responses towards the introduction of a new public transport option link
35. Caspar Chorus.The practice of strategic journal self-citation: It exists, and should stop link
38. Amit Agarwal and Ihab Kaddoura.Marginal Congestion Cost Pricing: Allocation of Spill-back Delay Costs to the True Causing Agents link
40. Stefan Binder, Mohammad Yousef Maknoon and Michel Bierlaire.Passenger-oriented train timetable rescheduling in case of severe disruptions
42. Antonin Danalet and Michel Bierlaire.An activity-based approach for transport hubs
45. Michael Bruhn Barfod, Sigal Kaplan, Ina Frenzel and Jens Klauenberg.COPE-SMARTER – A decision support system for analysing the challenges, opportunities and policy measures: A case study of electric commercial vehicles market diffusion in Denmark link
47. Sigrun Beige and Rita Cyganski.Long-Term and Short-Term Aspects of Car Allocation within the Household Context
48. Nobuhiro Sanko.Should small samples from recent time point be used with older data? Applicability of updating models by transfer scaling
49. Konstadinos Goulias and Jae Hyun Lee.Behavioral micro-dynamics of car ownership, activity and travel in the Seattle metropolitan region from 1989 to 2002 link
50. Cesar Orbe, Milos Balac, Francesco Ciari and Trivik Verma.Evaluating the effects of variable user demand on a round-trip, one-way, and free-floating carsharing fleet in the city of Zurich, Switzerland link
51. Joen Dahlberg, Maud Göthe-Lundgren, Stefan Engevall, Kurt Jörnsten and Mikael Rönnqvist.Monotonic paths in game theory - Application, forest industry transportation link
52. Pascal Rebreyend, Xiaoyun Zhao and Johan Håkansson.Does road network density matter in optimally locating facilities? link
53. Iliya Markov, Matthieu de Lapparent, Sacha Varone and Michel Bierlaire.Towards an integrated approach for demand forecasting and vehicle routing in recyclable waste collection link
54. Jonas Christensen, Dario Pacino, Joao Fonseca and Harilaos Pseraftis.Cargo-mix optimization in Liner Shipping link
55. Paul Koster, Christiaan Behrens and Erik Verhoef.Follow or join the Leader?
58. Charles Raux, Ayman Zoubir and Nicolas Ovtracht.Who are bike sharing schemes members and how they travel daily: the case of the Lyon’s “Velo’v” scheme link
59. Anna Fernández-Antolín, C. Angelo Guevara-Cue and Michel Bierlaire.Capturing non-linearities between observed and unobserved variables: how to model comfort while correcting for endogeneity link
60. Emmanouil Chaniotakis, Constantinos Antoniou and Evangelos Mitsakis.Data for Leisure Travel Demand from Social Networking Services link
61. Riccardo Scarinci, Iliya Markov and Michel Bierlaire.Accelerating Moving Walkways: Optimization of an Innovative Transport System for Dense Urban Areas link
63. Marija Nikolic and Michel Bierlaire.Characterization of multidirectional pedestrian flows based on three-dimensional Voronoi tessellations link
64. Shadi Sharif Azadeh, Yousef Maknoon, Patrice Marcotte and Michel Bierlaire.A new approach to airline and train demand modeling using registered transactions link
66. Yousef Maknoon and Michel Bierlaire.Scheduling trucks in logistic network with transhipment centers link
67. Helen Bowkett, Kiron Chatterjee and Graham Parkhurst.Incorporating habits into an agent based model of commuting mode choice link
69. Yedidya Levi, Shlomo Bekhor and Yehiel Rosenfeld.A Multi-objective optimization model for urban planning: the cas of a very large floating structure link
71. Jonas Eliasson, Christer Anderstig and Svante Berglund.Congestion charges and labour market imperfections link
73. Katrine Hjorth, Niken Prameswari, Mogens Fosgerau and Thomas Jensen.Prediction Model for Travel Time Variability for Copenhagen
74. Johannes Müller and Klaus Bogenberger.Explanatory Variables For The Varying Demand Of Free-Floating Carsharing
76. Dimas Bayu Endrayana Dharmowijoyo, Yusak Susilo and Anders Karlström.Interaction between individual’s psychological mechanisms and time-space constraints to explain individual’s day-to-day discretionary activities behaviour: Case study in the Bandung Metropolitan Area, Indonesia
77. Joram H.M. Langbroek, Joel P. Franklin and Yusak O. Susilo.Electric vehicle users and travel patterns in Greater Stockholm link
79. Niek Mouter and Caspar Chorus.Value of Time: a Citizen's perspective
80. Sylvia Bleker, Christiaan Behrens, Paul Koster and Erik Verhoef.Optimal subsidization of electric vehicles: Network externality vs. environmental externality
82. Esra Suel, Alireza Zolfaghari and John Polak.Mobility behaviour in multi-channel retail environments: joint model of shopping channel, destination, and mode choice link
83. Bojan Kostic, Guido Gentile and Constantinos Antoniou.An Aggregate Approach for the Calibration of Time-dependent Demand for Dynamic Traffic Assignment Models using SPSA Algorithm link
85. Guido Cantelmo and Francesco Viti.Activity Demand: An empirical analysis on the influence of the activities on the traffic within-day demand profile link
88. Daniel Hosse and Andreas Neumann.Modelling of operational variants for the use of Personal Rapid Transit in public transit
89. Marco Rinaldi, Rodrigo Amaral, El-Houssaine Aghezzaf, Pieter Vansteenwegen and Chris M.J. Tampère.Joint Traffic Management and Logistics optimization: a game theoretical approach
91. Gebeyehu M. Fetene, Georg Hirte, Stefan Tscharaktschiew and Sigal Kaplan.Three Players Nash Equilibrium Game Concerning the Charging Time and Place of Employees Electric Vehicles link
93. Danique Ton, Jeroen van den Heuvel, Serge Hoogendoorn and Winnie Daamen.Route and activity location choice behaviour of departing pedestrians at train stations
94. Gunilla Björklund and Jan-Erik Swärdh.Valuing comfort and crowding abatement in Swedish public transport link
97. Jan Vuurstaek, Glenn Cich, Luk Knapen, Ansar-Ul-Haque Yasar, Tom Bellemans and Geert Wets.Integrating OSM and GTFS to create MATSim plans using PT
100. Baiba Pudane and Andreas Rau.Step versus slope model for valuing waiting time unreliability link
101. Wei-Shiuen Ng.Parking Choices and Pricing Preferences link
103. Thomas A.S. Nielsen, Ismir Mulalic and Hjalmar Christansen.Changing cycling mode-share: analysis of drivers based on Danish travel survey data 1996-2013. link
105. Emile Quinet, David Meunier, Christoph Walther and Alexander Dahl.New trends in cost-benefit assessment of public investments in France and Germany link
107. Thibaut Dubernet and Kay Axhausen.Simulating the Influence of Social Contacts Spatial Distribution on Travel Behavior link
108. Sander Van Cranenburgh and Carlo Giacomo Prato.Omitted attributes in RRM models link
109. Vasileia Papathanasopoulou and Constantinos Antoniou.On-line calibration of car-following models exploiting input parameter correlation link
110. Alejandro Tirachini, Ricardo Hurtubia and Thijs Dekker.Modelling crowding discomfort in Santiago´s Metro: influence on time perception and policy implications link
111. Ihab Kaddoura, Lars Kröger and Kai Nagel.Activity-based and dynamic marginal noise cost pricing link
112. Jesper Bláfoss Ingvardson and Otto Anker Nielsen.A meta-study on the significance of rail networks on public transport ridership link
113. Andrey Shabalov, Eran Ben-Elia and Itzhak Benenson.Adaptive Public Transit Network Design link
114. Marco Percoco.Environmental effects of the London Congestion Charge: a regression discontinuity approach link
115. Domokos Esztergár-Kiss and Bálint Caesar.Definition of passenger user groups with Ward’s method for the evaluation of journey planners
118. Eric Larsen, Jean-Philippe Raymond, Emma Frejinger and Angelo Guevara.A cross-validation approach for discrete choice models with sampled choice sets link
119. Jack Haddad.Optimal splitting rates for traffic routing and control in simple networks link
121. Mette Berner Dyrberg, Charlotte B. Christensen, Marie Karen Anderson, Otto Anker Nielsen and Carlo G. Prato.Transfer attributes in route choice models for public transport passengers link
122. Stephane Hess, Andrew Daly, Thijs Dekker, Manuel Ojeda Cabral and Richard Batley.Developing and estimating behavioural models for the value of time in the UK
126. Roger Pyddoke and Jan-Erik Swärdh.Differences in the effects of fuel price and income on private car use in Sweden 1999-2008 link
127. Nicolo' Daina, John Polak and Aruna Sivakumar.Capturing the Effect Range of Anxiety on Electric Vehicle Charging Behaviour: An Integrated Choice and Latent Variable Approach link
129. David Watling, Thomas Rasmussen, Carlo Giacomo Prato and Otto Anker Nielsen.Stochastic User Equilibrium with Equilibrated Choice Sets link
130. Thomas Rasmussen, David Watling, Carlo Giacomo Prato and Otto Anker Nielsen.Restricted Stochastic User equilibrium with Threshold (RSUET) - Model formulation, solution methods and large-scale test link
131. Wei Liu and Nikolas Geroliminis.Modeling the Morning Commute for Urban Networks with Cruising-for-parking: an MFD Approach link
133. Andrea Pellegrini and Stefano Scagnolari.The relationship between length of stay and transportation mode in the tourism sector: a discrete-continuous analysis of Swiss data.
136. Raphaël Lamotte, André de Palma and Nikolas Geroliminis.Vickrey's bottleneck model with a cooperative sub-route alternative link
137. Mehmet Yildirimoglu and Nikolas Geroliminis.Regional Route Choice Behaviour in Large-Scale Urban Networks link
138. Fangni Zhang, Nan Zheng and Nikolas Geroliminis.Optimization of bus services in multimodal networks with dedicated bus corridors with network-level traffic models link
139. Haitao He, Robert Susset, Mónica Menéndez and Qiao Ge.Modelling lane changing behavior at freeway weaving sections
140. Gunnar Flötteröd.Optimization subject to transport micro-simulation constraints link
141. Giulio Erberto Cantarella, Massimo Di Gangi and Antonino Vitetta.MSA Algorithms for solving SUE in Urban Transit Networks
143. Anastasios Kouvelas, Mohammadreza Saeedmanesh and Nikolas Geroliminis.Adaptive fine-tuning of feedback perimeter controllers for multi-region urban networks with MFDs link
144. Tien Mai.A cross-nested recursive logit model for route choice analysis link
145. Elhabib Moustaid and Gunnar Flötteröd.Macroscopic modeling of multi-directional point-like pedestrian intersections link
146. Benjamin Kickhöfer and Amit Agarwal.A joint internalization model for congestion and air pollution externalities: Is marginal cost pricing enough to comply with the EU CO2 reduction targets? link
147. Ouassim Manout, Patrick Bonnel and Louafi Bouzouina.Local accessibility to transit stops: a new method for defining centroid connectors link
148. Elisabetta Cherchi.A semi-compensatory model with cut-offs to account for attributes non-attendance
149. Ioanna Kourounioti, Amalia Polydoropoulou and Athena Tsirimpa.How Online Social Networks Affect Travel Behavior in Insular Areas? Findings from a Latent Variable Model link
152. Louafi Bouzouina, Kiarash Motamedi, Jean Pierre Nicolas and Hakim Ouaras.Modelling Business establishments evolution in Lyon Area, a firmographics approach link
153. Pablo Guarda, Carlos Bueno, Patricia Galilea, Juan Carlos Muñoz and Juan De Dios Ortúzar.Lower bus fares or higher frequencies, what do people want? A microeconomic analysis link
154. Sami Jarboui and Louafi Bouzouina.Measuring and improving the efficiency of urban public transport systems in France
157. Sofia Samoili, Nikolaos Geroliminis and André-Gilles Dumont.Stochastic Modeling of Lane Distribution And Dynamic Control Of Managed Lanes For Highways link
158. Mikhail Murashkin and Nikolas Geroliminis.Analysis of taxi drivers' behavior with GPS data from a megacity link
162. Wei Zhang, Xiaoliang Ma and Erik Jenelius.Coordination for heavy-duty vehicle platoon formation considering travel time variance
164. Andre de Palma, Kiarash Motamedi and Nathalie Picard.A firmographic model for business establishments in Paris area





Organising committee

Professor Mogens Fosgerau
Associate professor Stefan Mabit

Coordinator Marianne Boelskifte

Contact the local committee:
heart2015@transport.dtu.dk
http://www.heart2015.transport.dtu.dk/programme
23 SEPTEMBER 2017