Congratulations to PhD students Frank Gu and Sajjad Shafiei for acceptance of their papers for presentation at the IEEE ITSC 2016 which will be held in Rio, Brazil in November 2016.
Gu, Z., Saberi, M., Sarvi, M., Liu, Z. (2016) Calibration of Traffic Flow Fundamental Diagrams for Network Simulation Applications: A Two-Stage Clustering Approach. The 19th International IEEE Conference on Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITSC), Rio de Janeiro, November 1-4, 2016.
Shafiei, S., Saberi, M., Sarvi M. (2016) Application of an Exact Gradient Method to Estimate Dynamic Origin-Destination Demand for Melbourne Network. The 19th International IEEE Conference on Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITSC), Rio de Janeiro, November 1-4, 2016.
Monash University Open Day was held on Sunday 7/8/2016. We at the Institute of Transport Studies among many other departments and institutes had a table to showcase some of our research and education programs to prospective students. We brought our Virtual Reality gear for visitors to try on and explore this fast emerging technology. Applications of VR in transportation include but not limited to simulating user (driver/cyclist/pedestrians) behavior, testing individual's reaction to different scenarios in a virtual environment like exit choice during an emergency, etc. We welcome both undergraduate and graduate students to join us at CityX to explore exciting transportation research areas that VR can contribute to.