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 January 29th, 2015, Roel Goddijn defended his MSc thesis on the development and simulation of a sub-network controller based on MFD’s and perimeter flows. His report is titled “Design of subnetwork controller based on MFD’s and perimeter flows
On January 8th, 2015, Niharika Mahajan defended her MSc thesis on integrated control approach for variable speed limits and ramp-metering. Her report is titled “Integrated Approach to Variable Speed Limits & Ramp Metering“.
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“.
Start master thesis project of Friso Scholten on schort-term prediction. The project researches the possibilities to use short-term predictions in the decision making process of traffic operators based on available data on the traffic situation and the predicted situation.