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MATSim @ TRB 2019

It’s almost time for the Transportation Research Board (TRB) Annual Meeting 2019, held next week in sunny Washington, DC.

We thought it would be useful to collect all MATSim related workshops, posters and presentations so you can be sure not to miss a single piece of MATSim @ TRB (smile)

Are you aware of any other contributions? If so be sure to let me about them, and I’ll update the list.

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AI Driving Olympics: Managing an Automated Taxi Fleet

The AI Driving Olympics invite you to design novel algorithms for the management of automated taxi fleets. On top of the MATSim-based framework AMoDeus, you will be able to design, test and improve your own control algorithms and to compete against researchers from all over the world. The winners of the challenge will be announced at NIPS 2018, one of the largest conferences on Machine Learning, and ICRA 2019, the International Conference on Robotics...
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Announcing MATSim User Meeting 2019: April 29th at ABMTRANS / ANT in Leuven, Belgium

Save the date! The 2019 MATSim User Meeting will be held on 29 April 2019, in Leuven, Belgium, in coordination with the ABMTRANS / ANT conferences hosted by Hasselt University. The all-day MATSim user meeting will occur on the Monday before the ABMTRANS / ANT conferences, which begin on Tuesday, April 30th.

Abstracts and papers can be submitted to the ABMTRANS conference, to the MATSim User Meeting, or...
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Open position at University of British Columbia (Vancouver)

A former FCL colleague of mine who moved from FCL to UBC is overseeing the hiring of a post-doc fellow at UBC (Vancouver) to engage with agent-based modelling of road transportation and pedestrian movement – with desire to apply MATSIM (although this is not required). USI Postdoc_Transportation Modelling_Final.pdf

The application closing date is tentatively end of this month, but they probably will still be accepting applications until mid-November. The start date in 2019 is also flexible, but ideally...
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