Symposium Program 2018

8.30 – 9.00


9.00 – 10.40

Room 1: Plenary session
Chair: David Hensher (USYD)

Opening Symposium, Chris Bennetts (TfNSW)

                                                                       Launch TRANSW, Michiel Bliemer (USYD)

Research Hub & Strategic Research Directions, Sherri Fields (TfNSW) PDF

Keynote 1: Can we simulate how traffic accidents occur? PDF
Hans van Lint (Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands

Keynote 2: Innovative travel demand modelling using novel data sources PDF
Stephane Hess (University of Leeds, UK)

10.40 – 11.10

Morning tea

11.10 – 12.30

Room 1: Research ideas A
Chair: TBC

Insurance for autonomous vehicles PDF
Amolika Sinha (UNSW)

Walking and cycling in an automated world PDF
Tony Arnold (USYD)

The wicked problems of connected and autonomous vehicles PDF
David Wilson (UTS)

Hierarchical city-scale dispatching method for ride-sourcing systems PDF
Amir Valadkhani (USYD)

Perimeter flow control with time-varying cordon based on macroscopic fundamental diagram PDF
Ye Li (USYD)

Room 2+3: Research ideas B
Chair: TBC

Rail concept of operations – the pathway to the rail of tomorrow PDF
Codruta Bastucescu (UTS)

Topological evolution of Sydney railway networks PDF
Bahman Lahoorpoor (USYD)

Effects of timetable change on job accessibility PDF
Hao Wu (USYD)

Integrated demand-supply model for charging infrastructure of electric vehicles in NSW PDF
Shuangqing Gong (UNSW)

Impact of bicycle highways on commuter mode choice: a scenario analysis PDF
Hema Sharanya Rayaprolu (USYD)

12.30 – 13.30


13.30 – 15.00

Room 1: Research findings A

Dynamic microsimulation travel demand model PDF
Amarin Siripanich (UNSW)

 Let’s play for the future of transport: the gamification of travel surveys PDF
Nina Verzosa (USYD)

Route choice behaviour in stated choice experiments – with and without consequences PDF
Muhammad Fayyaz (USYD)

Intelligent CCTV sensing for train platform crowd counting PDF
Saeed Amirgholipour (UTS)

Room 2+3: Research findings B
Chair: TBC

Vertical integration and its implications to port expansion PDF
Shengda Zhu (USYD)

Designing a smart evacuation system for future resilient transport infrastructure PDF
Maziar Yazdani (UNSW)

Optimisation of signalised intersections equipped with light rail vehicle signal priority systems by minimising cars’ dwell time PDF
Mina Ghanbarikarekani (UTS)

Aircraft conflict resolution and heading recovery with mixed integer PDF
Fernando Cunha Dias (UNSW)

15.00 – 15.30

Afternoon tea

15.30 – 16.30

Room 1: Research findings
Chair: TBC

Responsive passenger information systems: the need for a responsive nudge design framework PDF
Katelyn Bywaters (UTS)

Stated preference design for Mobility as a Service (MaaS) broker/aggregator contracts PDF
Yale Wong (USYD)

Consumer preferences and values for smart ticketing system usage PDF
James Bushell (USYD)

       Room 2+3: Research findings D
Chair: TBC

A linear programming framework for optimal lane allocation for shared autonomous vehicles on freeways
Shantanu Chakraborty (UNSW) PDF

Calibration of large-scale transportation planning models: a systematic approach PDF
Ali Najmi (UNSW)

Bus bunching modelling and control: a passenger-oriented approach PDF
Dong Zhao (USYD)

16.40 – 17.00

Room 1: Plenary session 

Closing of the Symposium, Michiel Bliemer (USYD) 

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