On Thursday September 10th, 2020, the (virual) defense of the MSc thesis of William van Linkdonk took place. His thesis is Speed limits and their effect on capacity and deals with the analysis of data to determine the influence of different speed limits on the capacity of the road.
William van Lindonk has started his MSc project about the impact of speed limits on the capacity of the road. In the past years various changes in speed limits have occurred in the Netherlands. The impact on capacity of some of these changes is investigated in this project.
On September 1st, 2019 Raj Kumar Muniyandi started his MSc project on developing an eco-driving control strategy for truck platooning at signalized intersections.
On February 26th, 2015, Joost van Kampen defended his MSc thesis on the development and simulation of an integrated traffic signal control and route guidance approach based on back-pressure control. His report is titled “Route Guidance and Signal Control Based on the Back-Pressure Algorithm
On November 19th, 2014, Emiel van Eijk defended his MSc thesis on the use of in-vehicle information to improve traffic signal control in urban networks. His report is titled “Design of an urban traffic controller that incorporates route advice given by in-vehicle navigation systems“.