2018 MATSim User Meeting

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Open source Java algorithms for public transit planning

Maybe this is of interest to one or the other:

https://lintim.math.uni-goettingen.de

This is from Anita Schöbel’s group in Göttingen, containing algorithms for public transit planning. From the webpage: “Currently implemented are algorithms for line planning, timetabling, delay management and rolling stock circulation, amongst others.”

The code is available from a git repository. It uses several programming languages, including Java. I cannot say if everything is implemented in all the languages, or if some functionality exists in one language and...
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Call for papers: Workshop on Data-Driven Intelligent Transportation (in Conjunction with ICDM'18)

Looks like it would be good if one or the other of our community would go there:

November 17, 2018

Singapore

link: https://lnkd.in/eeYiGwG

From data into practice.

Paper Submission Deadline: August 7, 2018

Paper Notification: September 4, 2018

Camera Ready Version: September 15, 2018

Topics of interest include but not limited to:

    - Traffic forecasting

    - Route planning

    - Travel time estimation

    - Traffic signal control

    - Shared transportation

    - Autonomous driving vehicles

    - City-wide traffic estimation

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Phd scholarship for transportation simulation

With my colleague Daniel De Wolf, I will conduct a research for the North of France. The focus is related to transportation modelling under the context of innovations in information technologies and environmental constraints.

The PhD will be funded by the University of Littoral at Dunkerque (ULCO) for three years. Applications from candidates familiar with MATSIM are welcome.

Attached the call for application.

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