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"Traffic Flow: a Microscopic and Macroscopic Perspective"

11.-12.10.2007 in Hamburg

The Workshop is kindly supported by the EU-Research Training Network


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The main objective of the wokshop is to bring together different approaches in the mathematical modelling of traffic flow. The invited lectures will give an overview of the new developments in both macroscopic and microscopic traffic dynamics. They hopefully will stimulate new interdisciplinary projects in these two fields.

The list of speakers include

  • Masako Bando , Physics Division, Aichi University
    Application of Optimal velocity Model of Traffic Flow to Ecophysics

  • Rinaldo Colombo, Dipartimento di Matematica, Università degli Studi di Brescia
    On Macroscopic Models for Pedestrian Flows

  • Andrea Corli, Department of Mathematics - University of Ferrara
    Non-local traffic flow models

  • Michael Herty, FB Mathematik, Technische Universität Kaiserslautern
    Modeling, simulation and analysis for traffic intersections

  • H.J.C. Huijberts, Department of Engineerin g Queen Mary, University of London
    Analysis of a car-following model for a circular bus route

  • Reinhard Mahnke, Institut für Physik, Universität Rostock
    Stochastic Description of Traffic Flow

  • Gabor Orosz, Mathematics Research Institute, University of Exeter
    The nonlinear dynamics of car-following models with reaction-time delay and stochasticity of drivers

  • Lorenzo Pareschi, Department of Mathematics - University of Ferrara
    Fokker-Planck asymptotics of kinetic models for traffic flows

  • Michel Rascle, Laboratoire J.A. Dieudonné, Université de Nice
    From discrete to continuum Traffic Flow Models: a few old and new remarks.

  • Michael Schreckenberg, Lehrstuhl Physik von Transport und Verkehr, Universität D uisburg-Essen
    Traffic Information and Management with CA-Based Online-Simulations

  • Florian Siebel, Weilheim
    On the capacity drop at highway bottlenecks in balanced vehicular traffic

  • Martin Treiber, Institute for Transport & Economics, TU Dresden
    Microscopic and macroscopic routes to controversial aspects of congested traffic flow:
    A simulation-based approach

  • Peter Wagner, DLR, Berlin
    Comparison between microscopic and macroscopic description of traffic flow based on empirical data

  • Eddie Wilson, Department of Engineering Mathematics, University of Bristol
    Linear and nonlinear stability properties of car-following models and their connection to empirical macroscopic traffic patterns

Scientific Coordination:

Ingenuin Gasser
Zentrum für Modellierung und Simulation
Fachbereich Mathematik
Bundesstrasse 55
D-20146 Hamburg

Tel.: +49-(0)40-428 38 5128
Fax: +49-(0)40-428 38 5117
e-mail: gasser"at"math.uni-hamburg.de

Jens Struckmeier
Zentrum für Modellierung und Simulation
Fachbereich Mathematik
Bundesstrasse 55
D-20146 Hamburg

Tel.: +49-(0)40-428 38 4077
Fax: +49-(0)40-428 38 5117
e-mail: struckmeier"at"math.uni-hamburg.de

Local Organisation:

Dr. Stefan Heitmann /  Birgit Mehrabadi

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