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Changes in VehicleType

The following is currently in the newest matsim snapshot. It is not yet in the newest contribs snapshots, but will be there once they are no longer failing on jenkins. (They are passing on travis.)

We have changed the "VehicleType" data structure. This has been discussed in depth at various places. We think that we are still reading the old file format but into the new data structure. If you have not used ScenarioLoader but have been reading the vehicles yourself,...
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MatSim Modeller -Job opportunity at Connected Places Catapult (UK)

Connected Places Catapult (the new name for Transport Systems and Future Cities Catapult) is looking at expanding the team currently working on Agent Based Modelling. This role will support our ongoing Programme of work in relation to new mobility services, Mobility as a Service, connected (and autonomous) vehicles, and advanced modelling techniques.

This is a permanent position and appointment should be made before 31/10/2019. A key requirement for this role will be taking learning and experience gained from developing and...
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1st MATSim User Meeting on freight transport @TU Berlin, 17.-18. Sep. 2019

Information desk: Dr.-Ing. Carina Thaller

Telephone: +49 30 67055-9676

Email: carina.thaller@dlr.de

Date: July 31st, 2019

Invitation to the 1st International Symposium on Multi-Agent Freight Transport Simulation

Dear Ladies and Gentlemen,

This is an announcement of the 1st International Symposium on Multi-Agent Freight Transport Simulation (FreighTSim), which will take place on 17th – 18th September, 2019 in Berlin, Germany.

The 1st FreighTSim symposium is organized jointly by Technical University Berlin (Chair of Transport System Planning...
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Postdoc in South Africa

There is an opportunity to apply for a postdoc fellowship (PhD completed within the past 4 years) at the University of Pretoria, South Africa. The focus will be to build on existing MATSim use cases. The position, if successful, is for two years, and the value of the fellowship is R200,000 (South African Rand) per year. If you are interested, please email me at johan.joubert@up.ac.za by no later than Monday, 29 July 2019.


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