Carlos Canudas de Wit was present during the 21st IEEE International Conference on Intelligent Transportation Systems

During the 21st IEEE International Conference on Intelligent Transportation Systems who takes place at Maui – Hawai from November 4th to November 7th, Carlos CANUDAS DE WIT presented : – “2D-LWR in Large-Scale Network with Space Dependent Fundamental Diagram” : Traffic modeling of large-scale urban networks is a challenging task….

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Carlos Canudas De Wit gave a talk at Groningen University

Carlos Canudas de Wit gave a talk at the 7th IFAC Workshop on Distributed Estimation and Control in Networked System (NecSys18) about Towards Scale-Free Control of large-scale traffic networks. Abstract: The talk discuss new research lines addressing the optimal control of time-varying dynamic large-scale traffic networks. The driving idea consists…

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Nicolas Martin visited Imura Laboratory at Tokyo University of Technology from June 20th to August 20th 2018

Nicolas Martin visits Imura Laboratory at Tokyo University of Technology from June 20th to August 20th in the frame of the JSPS summer program . Within this collaboration, we aim to integrate controllability and/or observability notions in the network reduction problem in which Nicolas is concerned. Before the visit, he presented his poster to the other students of the program.

Maria-Laura Delle Monache and Stephane Mollier were at the TRB 2018 in Washington

Stephane Mollier and Maria-Laura Delle Monache were in January at the Transportation Research Board (TRB) 97th Annual meeting in Washington.
The congress hold from 7/01/2018 to 13/01/2018. This event covers all fields of research related to the domain of Transport. The presentations are divided in Lecture sessions, Workshops and Poster Presentations.

Nicolas Martin and Paolo Frasca at the Complex Networks and their applications conference

From Novembre 29 to December 1, Nicolas Martin and Paolo Frasca attended the 6th Conference on Complex Networks and their Applications. They presented a poster on their work on graph reduction during a well-attended interactive session. The conference program focused on network science with both theoretical and experimental works, with applications ranging from urban traffic to brain and to social networks.