PRESENTATIONS

ISTTT22 presentation titles are linked and listed below in chronological order. If you presented but do not see a link to your slides, please send final slides as a PDF attachment to [email protected]

 


SUNDAY JULY 23, 2017

 

PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP

Introduction: Setting the Stage, Workshop Objectives
– Hani Mahmassani – Northwestern University, USA

Modeling Challenges
– Srinivas Peeta – Purdue University, USA

Data Streams & Opportunities
– Alex Skabardonis – University of California, Berkeley, USA

Experiments with Automated Driving in Real-life Situations
– Winnie Daamen – TU Delft, NL

What about Transit? CAV’s & Urban Mobility
– Juan Carlos Muñoz – Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile

New Dimensions in Intersection Control with CAV’s
– Henry Liu – University of Michigan, USA

The Road Ahead: FHWA Perspective
– James Sturrock – FHWA, US DOT

Panel Discussion: Challenges, Opportunities & Role of the Research Community
– Robert Bertini (moderator) – University of South Florida, USA
– Ludovic Leclercq – IFSTTAR & ENTPE, France
– Nikolas Geroliminis – EPFL Lausanne, Switzerland

 

 


MONDAY JULY 24, 2017

 

SESSION 1: Shared Mobility Operations
Session Chair:  Michael Bell

Surge Pricing and Labor Supply in Ride-Sourcing Market
– Liteng Zha, Yuchuan Du, Yafeng Yin

A car sharing auction with temporal-spatial OD connection conditions
– Yusuke Hara, Eiji Hato

Dynamic modeling and control of taxi services in large-scale urban networks: A macroscopic approach
– Mohsen Ramezani, Mehdi Nourinejad

 

SESSION 2: Connected & Autonomous Vehicles
Session Chair:  Nigel Wilson

Accurate and Cost-Effective Traffic Information Acquisition using Adaptive Sampling: Centralized and V2V Schemes
– Shiau Hong Lim, Yeow Khiang Chia, Laura Wynter

Effect of Information Availability on Stability of Traffic Flow: Percolation Theory Approach
– Alireza Talebpour, Hani S. Mahmassani, Samer H. Hamdar

Multi-scale Perimeter Control Approach in a Connected-Vehicle Environment
– Kaidi Yang, Nan Zheng, Monica Menendez

A capacity maximization scheme for intersection management with automated vehicles
– Weili Sun, Jianfeng Zheng, Henry X. Liu

 

SESSION 3: Vehicular & Pedestrian Traffic Flow
Session Chair:  Yanfeng Ouyang

Unifiable multi-commodity kinematic wave model
– Wen-Long Jin

Experimental & Empirical Investigations of Traffic Flow Instability
– Rui Jiang, Cheng-Jie Jin, H.M. Zhang, Yong-Xian Huang, Jun-Fang Tian, Wei Wang, Mao-Bin Hu,
Hao Wang, Bin Jia

The Intelligent Driver Model with Stochasticity – New Insights Into Traffic Flow Oscillations
– Martin Treiber, Arne Kesting

Data-driven spatio-temporal discretization for pedestrian flow characterization
– Marija Nikolić, Michel Bierlaire

 

SESSION 4: Location & Scheduling
Session Chair:  Ian Savage

Locating urban and regional container terminals in a competitive environment: An entropy maximising approach
– Collins Teye, Michael G.H. Bell, Michiel C.J. Bliemer

Reliable Sensor Location for Object Positioning and Surveillance via Trilateration
– Kun An, Siyang Xie, Yanfeng Ouyang

Coordination of scheduling decisions in the management of airport airspace and taxiway operations
– Marcella Samà, Andrea D’Ariano, Francesco Corman, Dario Pacciarelli

 

 


TUESDAY JULY 25, 2017

 

SESSION 5: Dynamic Network Models
Session Chair:  Yu (Marco) Nie

Statistical metamodeling of dynamic network loading
– Wenjing Song, Ke Han, Yiou Wang, Terry Friesz, Enrique Del Castillo

On the uniqueness of equilibrated dynamic traffic flow patterns in unidirectional networks
– Takamasa Iryo, Michael J. Smith

First-Best Dynamic Assignment of Commuters with Endogenous Heterogeneities in a Corridor Network
– Minoru Osawa, Haoran Fu, Takashi Akamatsu

The discrete-time second-best dynamic road pricing scheme
– Linghui Han, David Z.W. Wang, Chengjuan Zhu

 

SESSION 6: Transit Planning & Operations
Session Chair:  Joseph Schofer

Integrated Public Transport Timetable Synchronization and Vehicle Scheduling with Demand Assignment: A Bi-objective Bi-level Model Using Deficit Function Approach
– Tao Liu, Avishai (Avi) Ceder

Inferring Left Behind Passengers in Congested Metro Systems from Automated Data
– Yiwen Zhu, Haris N. Koutsopoulos, Nigel H.M. Wilson

Stochastic dynamic switching in fixed and flexible transit services as market entry-exit real options
– Qian-Wen Guo, Joseph Y.J. Chow, Paul Schonfeld

Fair Dynamic Resource Allocation in Transit-based Evacuation Planning
– Soheila Aalami, Lina Kattan

 

SESSION 7: Travel Demand & Activity Models
Session Chair:  Patricia Mokhtarian

A Decade of Dynamics of Residential Location, Car Ownership, Activity, Travel and Land Use in the Seattle Metropolitan Region
– Jae Hyun Lee, Konstadinos G. Goulias

A Utility-based Dynamic Demand Estimation Model that Explicitly Accounts for Activity Scheduling and Duration
– Guido Cantelmoa, Francesco Viti, Ernesto Cipriani, Marialisa Nigro

Models of Count with Endogenous Choices
– Roger B. Chen

 

SESSION 8: Macroscopic Flow Models
Session Chair:  Michael Cassidy

Macroscopic Fundamental Diagram for pedestrian networks: theory and applications
– Serge P. Hoogendoorn, Winnie Daamen, Victor L. Knoop, Jeroen Steenbakkers, Majid Sarvi

An analytical framework to model uncertainty in urban network dynamics using Macroscopic Fundamental Diagrams
– Xueyu (Shirley) Gao, Vikash V. Gayah

Minimal Parameter Formulations of the Dynamic User Equilibrium using Macroscopic Urban Models: Freeway vs City Streets Revisited
– Jorge A. Laval, Ludovic Leclercq, Nicolas Chiabaut

 

 


WEDNESDAY JULY 26, 2017

 

SESSION 9: Idealized Bottleneck Theories
Session Chair:  Karen Smilowitz

Pareto-improving policies for an idealized two-zone city served by two congestible modes
– Shu-Xian Xu, Ronghui Liu, Tian-Liang Liu, Hai-Jun Huang

Day-to-day departure time choice under bounded rationality in the bottleneck model
– Ren-Yong Guo, Hai Yang, Hai-Jun Huang, Xinwei Li

Departure Time and Route Choices with Bottleneck Congestion: User Equilibrium under Risk and Ambiguity
– Yang Liu, Yuanyuan Li, Lu Hu

The morning commute in urban areas with heterogeneous trip lengths
– Raphaël Lamotte, Nikolas Geroliminis

 

SESSION 10: Network Management & Traffic Control
Session Chair:  Alex Skabardonis

Adaptive offsets for signalized streets
– Carlos F. Daganzo, Lewis J. Lehe, Juan Argote-Cabanero

An optimization modeling of coordinated traffic signal control based on the variational theory and its stochastic extension
– Kentaro Wada, Kento Usui, Tsubasa Takigawa, Masao Kuwahara

An Optimization Approach for Deriving Upper and Lower Bounds of Transportation Network Vulnerability under Simultaneous Disruptions of Multiple Links
– Xiangdong Xu, Anthony Chen, Chao Yang

Capturing Value of Reliability through Road Pricing in Congested Traffic under Uncertainty
– Shanjiang Zhu, Gege Jiang, Hong K. Lo

 

SPECIAL EVENT: TSL Joint Session
Session Chair:  Karen Smilowitz

Planning reliable service facilities under continuous traffic equilibrium and disruption risks
– Zhaodong Wang, Yanfeng Ouyang

Logistical challenges and operations research solutions at mass participation events
– Karen Smilowitz, Mehmet Basdere, Sanjay Mehrotra, George Chiampas, Jennifer Chan, Mike Nishi

Design and Control of Driverless Fleets of Electric Vehicles using Approximate Dynamic Programming
– Warren Powell, Andy Deng, Lina Al Kanj, Alain Kornhauser

From ‘No Data’ to ‘Some Data’ to ‘Big Data’: Towards a Cyber-Physical System for Proactive Traffic Management
– Pitu Mirchandani, Kerem Demirtas, Viswanath Potluri

 


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