Visitors


Assistant Professor Vittorio Marzano (University of Napoli "Federico II", Italy) visited DSSL in the period 9–25 September 2013 for joint research work on OD (origin–destination) traffic demand estimation. The visit was supported as a Short-Term Scientific Mission by the European COST Action MULTITUDE.



PhD Candidate José Ramón D. Frejo (University of Seville, Spain) visited DSSL in September – November 2013 for joint research work on motorway traffic control via reversible lanes and VSL (variable speed limits). The visit was supported by PIF program of the University of Seville and the European Network of Excellence HYCON2.


PhD Candidate Cecilia Pasquale (University of Genova, Italy) visited DSSL in May – July 2014 for joint research work on motorway traffic control in presence of two distinct vehicle classes (cars and trucks) and with emphasis on vehicle emissions.


Professor Krasimira Stoilova (Bulgarian Academy of Science, Sofia, Bulgaria) visited DSSL in September – October 2014 for joint research work on self-optimisation of traffic control system via multilevel programming. The visit was supported by project AComIn: Advanced Computing for Innovation.


Professor Todor Stoilov (Bulgarian Academy of Science, Sofia, Bulgaria) visited DSSL in September – October 2014 for joint research work on self-optimisation of traffic control system via multilevel programming. The visit was supported by project AComIn: Advanced Computing for Innovation.



PhD Candidate Weiming Zhao (University of Leeds, UK) visited DSSL in April – June 2016 for joint research work on trajectory planning for automated vehicles in urban roads to minimize fuel consumption.



Ph.D. Candidate Majid Rostami (University of Shiraz, Iran) visited DSSL in September 2016 - April 2017 for joint research work on urban traffic state estimation. Estimation was done based on measurements from connected cars and a few numbers of flow detectors in some links.



Graduate student Yongyang Liu (Zhejiang University, China) visited DSSL in January 2017 - March 2017 for joint research work on optimization of fixed-time urban signal control via adaptive fine-tuning (AFT) and on modelling of automated and connected vehicles in microscopic simulation.



MSCA Fellow Dr. José Ramón D. Frejo (Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands) visited DSSL in June – July 2017 for joint research work on macroscopic traffic flow modeling with Variable Speed Limits (VSL). The visit was supported by European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No 702579.