mobil.TUM 2022 – 12th International Scientific Conference on Mobility and Transport

Hybrid Event 

5 – 7 April 2022, Singapore

MOBILITY INNOVATIONS FOR GROWING MEGACITIES

 

LATEST NEWS

  • Conference programme is updated. Check it out here
  • Keynote speakers announced. Check it out here
  • The conference will take place in hybrid form (online and on-site). Register online now!
  • Information on the Call for Papers can be found here
  • The deadline for optional full-paper submission is closed. 

For any enquiries, kindly contact mahesh@tum-asia.edu.sg.

The mobil.TUM 2022 – 12th International Scientific Conference on Mobility and Transport will become even more international. After 11-times in Munich, the conference will be hosted on 5 – 7 April 2022, by TUM Asia in Singapore in hybrid form.  The mobil.TUM 2022 will bring together mobility research and innovation from all over the world in parallel while offering many networking sessions.

This year, the conference theme is “Mobility Innovations for Growing Megacities” and refers to transportation challenges of growing urban agglomerations. Key topics include transit concepts, shared mobility systems, impacts of ITS technology, environmental impacts, modeling and simulation, travel behavior and data analytics.

 

PROGRAMME OVERVIEW

TUESDAY

5TH APRIL

 

 

 

15:00 (SGT)
9:00   (CET)

 

Keynote Address

1A Transit Oriented Planning and Development 

1B Impact of New Communication Concepts on Transport/ Data Analytics in Transport 

17:30 (SGT)
11:30 (CET)

Break 

18:00 (SGT)
12:00 (CET)

2A Transit Oriented Planning and Development 

2B Impact of New Communication Concepts on Transport/ Data Analytics in Transport

WEDNESDAY

6TH APRIL

 

 

 

15:00 (SGT)
9:00   (CET)

 

Keynote Address

3A Public Transport Concepts for Green Cities 

17:30 (SGT)
11:30 (CET)

Break 

18:00 (SGT)
12:00 (CET)

4A Public Transport Concepts for Green Cities

4B Environmental Impacts of Transport

THURSSDAY

7TH APRIL

 

 

 

15:00 (SGT)
9:00   (CET)

 

Keynote Address

6A Shared Mobility Solutions 

5B Modelling and Simulation of Transportation Systems

17:30 (SGT)
11:30 (CET)

Break 

18:00 (SGT)
12:00 (CET)

6A Shared Mobility Solutions 

6B Modelling and Simulation of Transportation Systems

PAST EVENT PHOTOS 

PROF. DR. RER.NAT. HABIL. BARBARA LENZ

Impact of new transport technologies in metropolitan areas on mobility behaviour – opportunities and risks

Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt e.V. (DLR),

 

Berlin

 

From 2007-2021, Barbara Lenz was Director of the DLR Institute for Transport Research in Berlin and Professor of Transport Geography at Humboldt University. Her main research areas within social science mobility and transport research include the transformation of the transport sector, acceptance and effects of automated driving, new mobility concepts as well as mobility concepts in an informal context. As part of the EU Advisory Group on Gender, she worked as an expert in the field of mobility and transport (Smart Mobility | Gendered Innovations (stanford.edu)). She is co-author of several standard works, such as the handbook for urban and spatial development, the Elsevier International Encyclopedia of Transportation and the White Paper “Autonomous Driving”.

MOHAMED MEZGHANI

Moving Ahead with Public Transport

In this presentation, Mohamed Mezghani introduces the audience to the changing priorities of the public and urban transport sector. The beginning of 2022 saw the onset of one of the worst health and sanitation crises that the world has collectively dealt with. The crisis sparked many innovations and brought to the forefront the essentiality of clean air, open spaces, health, social inclusion, among other points. And all of this can be enriched by Moving Ahead with Public Transport.

Secretary General

 

The International Association of Public Transport (UITP)

 

Belgium

 

Mohamed Mezghani has been working for more than 30 years in public transport and urban mobility related fields. He is the Secretary General of the International Association of Public Transport (UITP) since 1/01/2018. He has been Deputy Secretary General of UITP from January 2014 to December 2017.
Until then, he has worked at UITP as Senior Manager (1999-2001) and Knowledge Director (2001-2006) chairing the department developing knowledge-related services for UITP members: professional training, research projects, thematic studies, technical advice, conferences, networking activities, information centre, etc. From 2006 till 2013, he has worked as independent consultant and Adviser to UITP on several technical assistance and training projects in Africa and the Middle-East and managed a number of projects involving numerous experts and multidisciplinary teams.

DR.CHIN KIAN KEONG 

Mobility Challenges – Going Beyond Technologies

 

Chief Engineer

 

Road & Traffic 

 

Land Transport Authority 

 

Singapore 

 

An engineer by training, Dr Chin Kian Keong has been with the Land Transport Authority since its founding in 1995. Over the years, he had been involved in the development of various road and traffic management systems. These include the Electronic Road Pricing (ERP) system and various Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) to better manage traffic safety and efficiency. He represented Singapore at various international forums such as the World Road Association (PIARC) and at the ITS World Congress and Asia-Pacific Board of Directors. Over the years, he has presented and published papers at many conferences and technical journals, and had shared his experiences in lectures at the local universities’ academic programmes in transportation. In 2021, he was inducted into the ITS World Congress Hall of Fame in recognition of his contributions and as a thought leader in this field.

Only papers of confirmed participants are listed in the conference schedule. Programme is subject to change.

1st CONFERENCE DAY – TUESDAY, APRIL 5, 2022

 

TIME PROGRAMME
14:00 – 14:30 (SGT)

8:00 – 8:30 (CET)

Registration
14:30 – 15:00 (SGT)

8:30 – 9:00 (CET)

Opening Session: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Fritz BUSH, Emeritus of Excellence, TUM

Dr. Thorsten CLAUSING, Science and Technology Counsellor of the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany to Singapore 

15:00 – 16:00 (SGT

9:00 – 10:00 (CET) 

Keynote Presentation: Prof. Dr. rer.nat. habil. Barbara LENZ

“Impact of new transport technologies in metropolitan areas on mobility behaviour – opportunities and risks”

16:00 – 17:30 (SGT

10:00 – 11:30 (CET

1A Transit Oriented Planning and Development

(parallel)

25 How far are we from transportation equity? Measuring the effect of wheelchair use on daily activity patterns

Gregory Macfarlane, Natahan Lant

89 Mixed methods approach to assess equitability in potential expansion of public transport by rail (RPT)

Samuel Juhasz-Aba

9 Potential pathways for low carbon mobility in road passenger and freight transport

Thu Trang Nguyen, Gerald Mahringer, Mario Hirz, Christian Landschützer, Helmut Brunner

60 Simulating Health Impacts using an Agent-based Land Use and Transport Model

Corin Staves, Qin Zhang, Rolf Moeckel and James Woodcock

1B Impact of New Communication Concepts on Transport and Data Analytics in Transport

(parallel)

23 Impact of Deceleration-Acceleration Events on Excess Fuel Consumption at Signalized Intersections

Suhaib Alshayeb, Aleksandar Stevanovic

63 Allocation Optimization of an Electric Bus Fleet providing Power Grid Services

Fan Fei, Riccardo Iacobucci, Jan-Dirk Schmöcker

75 Hybrid modelling approach for demand estimation in large scale traffic networks

Sakitha Kumarage, Mehmet Yildirimoglu, Zuduo Zheng

79 Extending transit to local regions: An integration of citywide transit system and ODMTS

Hongzhao Guan and Pascal Van Hentenryck

8 Estimating the number of tourists in Kyoto based on GPS traces and aggregate mobile statistics

Tomoki Nishigaki, Jan-Dirk Schmöcker, Tadashi Yamada, Satoshi Nakao

17:30 – 18:00 (SGT

11:30 – 12:00 (CET

Break
18:00 – 19:30 (SGT

12:00 – 13:30 (CET) 

2A Transit Oriented Planning and Development

(parallel)

37 Generating Standardized Agent-Based Transport Models in Germany     

Torben Lelke, Lasse Bienzeisler, Bernhard Friedrich

74 A Bayesian data fusion approach for Macroscopic Fundamental Diagram estimation in large-scale urban networks

Elham Saffari, Mehmet Yildirimoglu, Mark Hickman

34 Impact of public transport station characteristics on user behavior

Jan Weschke, Simon Nieland, Anton Galich, Zi Wang

32 Delineation of Influence Area for Transit Oriented Development (TOD) – GIS tool to determine the extent of transit influence (Case study: Bengaluru City, India)

Sanmay Bohidar, Deeshma Melakkil, Manjula Vinjamuri

86 The TUM Hyperloop Concept

Domenik Radeck, Choi Wonyoung, Julian Demicoli, Johannes Gehlen, Tim Hofmann, Felix Hsu, Florian Janke, Tim Klose, Sofía Ramírez, Sebastian Rink, Gabriele Semino, Joachim Sturm, Johannes Ungar, Markus Bauer, Friedrich Löser, Raphaela Schiburr, Oliver Fischer, Thomas Hamacher and Agnes Jocher

2B Impact of New Communication Concepts on Transport and Data Analytics in Transport

(parallel)

43 Location-based services data to improve transport models

Carlos Llorca, Shivam Arora, Gao Chao, Rolf Moeckel

58 Building a multi-sided data-driven mobility platform: key design elements and configurations

Andrea Carolina Soto, Marc Guerreiro Augusto, Søren Salomo

71 Discovering Commuting Patterns in Israel using Multiple Big Data Sources

Ido Orenstein, Yedidya Levi, Israel Feldman, Bat-Hen Nahmias Biran

82 Fusing real-time congestion and air pollution in a multi-modal routing engine

Rashmi Choudhary, Siftee Ratra and Amit Agarwal

84 Forecasting parking search times using big data

Kleio Milia, Magnus Duus Hedengran, Thomas Jansson, Filipe Rodrigues, Carlos Lima Azevedo

2nd CONFERENCE DAY – WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6, 2022

TIME PROGRAMME
15:00 – 16:00 (SGT)

9:00 – 10:00 (CET)

Keynote Presentation: Mohamed MEZGHANI

“Moving Ahead with Public Transport”

16:00 – 17:30 (SGT)

10:00 – 11:30 (CET)

 

 

3A Public Transport Concepts for Green Cities
26 Simulating and prioritizing service areas for regionally exclusive microtransit operations

Gregory Macfarlane, Hayden Atchley, Christopher Day, Gregory Erhardt, Zach Needell

33 Choice set generation for activity-based models

Janody Pougala, Tim Hillel, Michel Bierlaire

70 Can car-sharing reduce car-ownership and emissions? An analysis based on an intermediate modelling approach

Joren Vanherck, Santhanakrishnan Narayanan, Rodric Frederix, Athina Tympakianaki, Ferran Torrent, Constantinos Antoniou and Georgia Ayfantopoulou

31 Optimizing Passenger Flows in a Multimodal Personal Rapid Transit (PRT) Station using Microscopic Traffic Simulation

Oytun Arslan, Max Reichert, Eftychios Papapanagiotou, Silja Hoffmann

47 Quantifying the Implications of Pre-Bookings on On-Demand Ride-Pooling Systems

Roman Engelhardt, Florian Dandl and Klaus Bogenberger

17:30 – 18:00 (SGT)

11:30 – 12:00 (CET)

Break
18:00 – 19:30 (SGT)

12:00 – 13:30 (CET)

4A Public Transport Concepts for Green Cities

(parallel)

53 Understanding young travelers’ willingness to adopt carsharing services in the alpine city of Innsbruck, Austria

Rumana Sarker, Lucas Richter, Golam Morshed, Oliver Koll     

41 Simulation-based Dynamic System Optimum on regional networks considering aggregated traffic models

Sergio Batista, Mostafa Ameli, Monica Menendez

90 Intelligent digital twins for assessing and predicting bridge road traffic demands

Tim Hillel, Matthew Sjaarda, Elise Hautecoeur, Nicholas Molyneaux, Pablo Cattin, Isabelle Pumford, Alain Nussbaumer

73 Development of CART model to predict attributes of potential consumers driving the EV market in urban India: A case study of Delhi

Shaurya Mall and Ramesh Anbanandam

12 Analysing long-term effects of the Covid-19 pandemic on last-mile delivery traffic using an agent-based travel demand model

Anna Reiffer, Jelle Kübler, Lars Briem, Martin Kagerbauer, Peter Vortisch

4B Environmental Impacts of Transport

(parallel)

78 Network Traffic Model with Accidents

Marcel Kleiber, Stefan Weber

93 Impacts of inner city consolidation centres on route distances, delivery times and costs

Matthias Ribesmeier

95 Comparison of Travel Surveys, Physical Activity Questionnaire and Passive GPS tracking data for Measuring Transport-related Physical Activity                           

Qin Zhang, Corin Staves, Rolf Moeckel, James Woodcock, Kelly Clifton

19 Understanding public acceptance towards electric flying – a survey design

Mengying Fu, Rolf Moeckel

3rd CONFERENCE DAY – THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 2022

TIME PROGRAMME
15:00 – 16:00 (SGT)

9:00 – 10:00 (CET)

Keynote Presentation: Dr.Kian Keong CHIN

“Mobility Challenges – Going Beyond Technologies”

16:00 – 17:30 (SGT)

10:00 – 11:30 (CET)

5A Shared Mobility Solutions

(parallel)

10 Identifying Vehicle Preferences and System Requirements of Potential Users of Shared Mobility Systems (SMS)

Maryna Pobudzei, Katharina Wegner, Silja Hoffmann

11 Macroscopic Calibration and Evaluation of Car Following Models with SUMO Using Autonomous Vehicle Driving Data

Aleksandar Trifunović, Sefa Yilmaz-Niewerth, Bernhard Friedrich

17 An Automated Traffic Signal Management System for Large-scale Urban Networks based on Google Probe Vehicle Data

Dotan Emanuel, Eliav Buchnik, Tom Kalvari, Danny Veikherman, Avishai Zagoury, Ori Rottenstreich, Jack Haddad, Avinatan Hassidim, Yossi Matias

39 Data Fusion in Sporadic Connected Environments for Urban Traffic Control – Dissertation Summary and Future Work

Eftychios Papapanagiotou, Fritz Busch, Silja Hoffmann

5B Modelling and Simulation of Transportation Systems

(parallel)

81 A data-driven car-following model capturing platoon dynamics of autonomous vehicles from real-world ACC data

Rowan Davies, He Haitao and Hui Fang

46 Prediction of Signal Phase and Timing Information: Comparison of Machine Learning Algorithm Performance

Lena Elisa Schneegans, Josua Duensing, Kevin Heckmann, Robert Hoyer

36 Disruptive transport technology and the future of Singapore’s public transport

Iain Lawrie

7 The Impact of Autonomous Vehicles and their Driving Parameters on Urban Road Traffic

Bernd Kaltenhäuser, Sascha Hamzehi, Klaus Bogenberger

17:30 – 18:00 (SGT)

11:30 – 12:00 (CET)

Break
18:00 – 19:30 (SGT)

12:00 – 13:30 (CET)

6A Shared Mobility Solutions

(parallel)

20 Enhancing Robustness of Intelligent Transportation Systems Through Self-Diagnosis Functionality

Christian Creß, Lukas Rabe, Alois Knoll

49 Development of an Evaluation System for Virtual Ridepooling Stops: A Case Study

Dennis Harmann, Sefa Yilmaz-Niewerth, Riklas Häbel, Vanessa Vinke, Sarah Kögler, Bernhard Friedrich

77 Implications of Future Transportation and Car-Lite Policies in Dense Auto-Dependent Cities

Bat-Hen Nahmias Biran, Yedidya Levi, Gabi Dadashev

38 A Multi-Objective Negotiation Approach to Resolve Conflicting Public Transport Signal Priority Requests

Philipp Nicolas Stueger, Antonios Tsakarestos, Xiaodong Liu, Andreas Rau

6B Modelling and Simulation of Transportation Systems

(parallel)

21 Real-Time And Robust 3D Object Detection in LiDAR Point Clouds Using Semi-Supervised Learning

Walter Zimmer, Xingcheng Zhou, Alois C. Knoll and Jialong Wu

62 Simulation of Car-sharing pricing and its impacts on public transportation: Kyoto case study

Yihe Zhou, Riccardo Iacobucci, Jan-Dirk Schmöcker, Tadashi Yamada

66 Quantitative Risk Indices for Autonomous Vehicle Training Systems

Eduardo Candela, Yuxiang Feng, Yiannis Demiris, Panagiotis Angeloudis                       

72 The Munich Test Bed for Automated and Connected Mobility

Martin Margreiter, Phillipp Stüger, Mario Ilic, Klaus Bogenberger, Wolfgang Mohr

19:30 – 20:00 (SGT)

13:30 – 14:00 (CET)

Closing Session

The Scientific Committee includes all the individuals who have kindly reviewed submissions for Mobil.TUM 2022. 

NAME GIVEN NAME INSTITUTE COUNTRY
Antoniou Constantinos Technical University of Munich (TUM) Germany
Axhausen Kay ETH Zurich Switzerland
Azevedo Carlos Lima Technical University of Denmark Denmark
Bell Michael GH University of Sydney Australia
Bertini Robert Oregon State University USA
Bierlaire Michel EPF Lausanne Switzerland
Bogenberger Klaus Technical University of Munich (TUM) Germany
Busch Fritz Technical University of Munich (TUM) Germany
Chaniotakis Emmanouil University College London UK
Chattopadhyay Anupam Nanyang Technological University (NTU) Singapore
Cheah Lynette Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD) Singapore
Christofa Eleni University of Massachusetts Amherst USA
Dalla Chiara Bruno Politecnico di Torino Italy
E Silva João de Abreu Instituto Superior Técnico Portugal
Friedrich Bernhard TU Braunschweig Germany
Geroliminis Nicolas EPF Lausanne Switzerland
Head Larry University of Arizona USA
Hellendoorn Hans J. TU Delft Netherlands
Heydecker Ben University College London UK
Hoffmann Silja Bundeswehr University Munich Germany
Huapu Lu Tsinghua University China
Hyland Mike University of California Irvine USA
Jianxin Zheng Singapore Institute of Technology (SIT) Singapore
Kaparias Ioannis University of Southampton UK
Leonhardt Axel Bundeswehr University Munich Germany
Marzano Vitorio University of Naples Federico II Italy
Meng Qiang National University of Singapore (NUS) Singapore
Moeckel Rolf Technical University of Munich (TUM) Germany
Nocera Silvio Universita IUAV di Venezia Italy
Pereira Francisco DTU Kopenhagen Denmark
Schmoecker Jan-Dirk Kyoto University Japan
Srikanthan Thambipillai Nanyang Technological University (NTU) Singapore
Stevanovic Aleksandar University of Pittsburgh USA
Theofilatos Athanasios Loughborough University UK
Van Arem Bart TU Delft Netherlands
Viti Francesco University of Luxembourg Luxembourg
Vortisch Peter Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) Germany
Wang Zhiwei (David) Nanyang Technological University (NTU) Singapore
Winter Stefan University of Melbourne Australia
Wong Yiik Diew Nanyang Technological University (NTU) Singapore

The mobil.TUM 2022-12th International Scientific Conference on Mobility and Transport is an amazing opportunity to engage and get inspired, boost your career and keep abreast of all the latest developments in mobility and transport while connecting with mobility experts from all over the world.

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LATEST NEWS

  • Conference programme is updated. Check it out here.  
  • Keynote speakers announced. Check it out here
  • The conference will take place in hybrid form (online and on-site). Register online now!
  • Information on the Call for Papers can be found here
  • The deadline for optional full-paper submission is closed. 

For any enquiries, kindly contact mahesh@tum-asia.edu.sg.

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