SICSA Workshop on modelling and optimisation of real-world transportation problems

SICSA is running a workshop on real-world transport problems in Stirling on Friday 16 January 2015, at which we have a poster and talk.

Workshop on modelling and optimisation of real-world transportation problems

University of Stirling (The Court Room, Cottrell Building)
16 January 2015, 10am – 4:30pm

Programme

10:00-10:30: Arrivals, tea and coffee

10:30-11:30: Invited talk

  • Geert De Maere. Real-World Airport Operations Optimisation

11:30-12:45: Session 1

  • Ahmad Faisal Abidin, Mario Kolberg and Amir Hussain. Towards Improved Vehicle Arrival Time Prediction in Public Transportation: Integrating SUMO and Kalman Filter Models
  • Daniël Reijsbergen, Jane Hillston and Stephen Gilmore. Formal analysis of Edinburgh buses using GPS data
  • Michael Rovatsos. Travelling collectives: The human side of transportation modelling

12:45-13:45: Lunch, Poster Session

13:45-15:00: Session 2

  • Olivier Regnier-Coudert, John McCall, Charles Neau and Steven Anderson. Evolutionary Algorithms for Dynamic Truck Scheduling: A case study
  • Pavlos Andreadis. Decision-theoretic ride-sharing optimisation with coarse user preferences
  • Simon Dobson, Saray Shai, Emanuele Strano and Marc Barthelemy. Multiplex cities: interacting transport networks in metropolitan areas

15:00-15:30: Break

15:30-16:30: Open Panel Discussion

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