Scientific and technical sessions, Wednesday 29 April

Please note that all information is preliminary and subject to change. The paper and its presentation will be included in the TRA2020 programme only if at least one author paper has registered for TRA2020. The information will be updated once presenting author registrations have been verified.

Scientific and technical session 16:
Acceptance of automated transport

Podium presentations 

Time: 8.30–10.00

108 People perceptions and public acceptance of autonomous vehicles: a literature review / Ms. Ghada Tay, Université de technologie de compiègne, France

221 On the road to automated vehicles: from perception to use / Dr. António Lobo, University of Porto – Faculty of Engineering Portugal

686 Creating informed public acceptance by a user-centered human-machine interface for all automated transport modes / Ms. Lesley-Ann Mathis, University of Stuttgart IAT, Institute of Human Factors and Technology Management, Germany

697 Ethically aligned design of autonomous systems: industry viewpoint and an empirical study / Mr. Ville Vakkuri, University of Jyväskylä, Finland

885 User rating and acceptance of attention-adaptive driver safety systems / Dr. Manfred Dangelmaier, Fraunhofer IAO, Germany

950 Investigation of acceptance of driverless buses in the city of Trikala and optimization of the service using Conjoint Analysis / Dr. Dimitrios Nalmpantis, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece

Poster presentations:
Acceptance of automated transport

Time: 10.00–10.30

421 Drive2theFuture: concepts and methodology towards accepting our automated future / Ms. Evangelia Gaitanidou, CERTH/HIT, Greece

530 Towards higher levels of vehicle automation: mediating between human and technological strengths / Dr. Nicole van Nes, SWOV Institute for Road Safety Research, Netherlands

561 Change of acceptance with repeated usage of a L3-motorway chauffeur / Dr. Barbara Metz, WIVW GmbH, Germany

718 Towards behavioral models for autonomous driving acceptance / Mrs. Foteini Orfanou, National Technical University of Athens, Department of Transportation Planning and Engineering, Greece

803 Developing a policy support tool for connected and automated transport systems / Mr. Anastasios Dragomanovits, National Technical University of Athens, Department of Transportation Planning and Engineering, Greece

806 Assessing user behaviour and acceptance in real-world automated driving: the L3Pilot project approach / Dr. Tyron Louw, Institute for Transport Studies, University of Leeds, United Kingdom

1015 Acceptance of autonomous delivery vehicles – applying the UTAUT model to the context of last-mile logistics / Mr. Sebastian Kapser, Northumbria University Newcastle Business School, United Kingdom

1087 Risk assessment of public acceptance on autonomous vehicles – the Drive2TheFuture project / Ms. Matina Loukea, CERTH/HIT Center for Research and Technology Hellas – Hellenic Institute of Transport (CERTH/HIT), Greece

Scientific and technical session 24:
Thought – tried – tested – taken to use; Test sites, labs and pilots

Podium presentations 

Time: 8.30–10.00

271 Transport policy labs: accelerating mobility innovations in Sweden / Dr. Maria Schnurr, RISE AB, Sweden

721 i-DREAMS: an Intelligent driver and road environment assessment and monitoring system / Prof. Tom Brijs, Instituut voor Mobiliteit – Transportation Research Institute (IMOB), Hasselt University, Belgium

802 Connected and automated driving in snowy and icy conditions – results of four field-testing activities carried out in Finland / Mr. Ilkka Kotilainen, Finnish Transport and Communications Agency Traficom, Finland

949 Public transport innovation platform boosting ITS value chains / Mr. Toni Lusikka, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd, Finland

1093 A tool to improve the efficiency of waste collection: development and application to a case study / Dr. Jesús María, Aransay Azofra Universidad de La Rioja, Spain

1171 The Modena automotive smart area: a private-public urban living lab for testing connected and autonomous vehicle and user-focused mobility services / Mx. Francesco Leali University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy

Poster presentations:
Thought – tried – tested – taken to use; Test sites, labs and pilots

Time: 10.00–10.30

317 Living labs and co-creation in infrastructure planning: a comparative case study into enabling conditions and mechanisms / Ms. Maria Alina Radulescu, Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management, Rijkswaterstaat / University of Groningen, Faculty of Spatial Sciences, Department of Planning, Netherlands

335 An innovative and safe active light weight design chassis suspension system – an enhanced development methodology / Mr. Oliver Deisser, DLR – Institute for Vehicle Concepts, Germany

496 5G-DRIVE: EU China C-V2X collaboration / Mr. Lasse Nykänen, Vediafi, Finland

557 OBELICS – optimization of e-drive concepts with scalable real-time models and functional testing based on real use-cases / Mr. Horst Pfluegl, AVL List GmbH, Austria

916 In-lab testing of future modularized and standardized systems for rail and road / Mr. Lennart Asbach, Institute of Transportation Systems – German Aerospace Center, Germany

1035 Comparing the mobile road temperature observations and road temperature analysis made with kriging method / Mr. Janne Miettinen, Finnish Meteorological Institute, Finland

Scientific and technical session 25:
Electric – roads and Infrastructure

Podium presentations 

Time: 8.30–10.00

189 Smartroad Gotland: demonstration of a wireless electric road / Dr. Håkan Sundelin, Electreon, Sweden

215 Electric road system technologies in Sweden – gaining experience from research and demo facilities / Dr. Magnus Lindgren, Swedish Transport Administration, Sweden

380 AEROFLEX smart power dolly: towards efficient and mission-oriented long-haul vehicles / Mr. Henning Wittig, Fraunhofer Institute for Transportation and Infrastructure Systems IVI, Germany

760 Alternative fuels in transport systems: a review on state-of-the-art market developments in the European Union / Dr. Jonatan Gomez, Vilchez European Commission, Joint Research Centre (JRC), Italy

571 Grid impact assessment of high power e-bus charging methods with seasonal load variations / Mr. Daniel Stahleder, AIT Austrian Institute of Technology, Austria

951 Maturity of power transfer technologies for electric road systems / Dr. Martin Gustavsson, RISE Research Institutes of Sweden, Sweden

Poster presentations:
Electrification and energy alternatives I

Time: 10.00–10.30

299 TrAM – Transport: advanced and modular / Dr. Evangelos Boulougouris, Director of Maritime Safety Research Centre, United Kingdom

328 Emission and performance potential of paraffinic diesel fuels / Mr. Timo Murtonen, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd, Finland

409 Virtual component and system Integration for efficient electrified vehicle development / Dr. Reinhard, Tatschl AVL List GmbH, Austria

488 Emissions from city busses operated by alternative fuels; ethanol, compressed natural gas and diesel-electric / Dr. Hilkka Timonen, Finnish Meteorological Institute, Finland

522 DOMUS: design optimisation for efficient electric vehicles based on a USer-centric approach / Ms. Ines Munoz Sanchez Idiada, Automotive Technology SA, Spain

862 MEISTER: fostering smart e-mobility large scale adoption in European cities / Ms. Patricia Bellver, ETRA I+D, Spain

1009 Feasibility study of reconfigurability between different power transmission concepts for electric bus charging / Mr. Ashkan Pirooz, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium

1046 Use cases for supporting evaluation of e-mobility services / Mr. Joel Anttila, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd, Finland

1156 The vehicle scheduling problem of electric buses / Ms. Leonor Ayres Pereira, Faculdade de Engenharia da Universidade do Porto, Portugal

Scientific and technical session 32:
Infrastructures for the era of automation

Podium presentations 

Time: 8.30–10.00

340 Road Infrastructure challenges for automated vehicles / Mr. Hinko Van Geelen, Belgian Road Research Centre, Belgium

517 Enabling automated driving by ICT infrastructure: A reference architecture / Dr. Michael Buchholz, Ulm University, Germany

538 ODD requirements and other consequences of automated vehicles to physical and digital infrastructure / Ms. Sandra Ulrich, ARNDT IDC GmbH & Co KG, Austria

712 Infrastructure support for automated driving: Further enhancements on the ISAD classes in Austria / Ms. Jacqueline Erhart, ASFINAG Maut Service GmbH, Austria

1039 Internet of logistics: a new opportunity for the digitalization of logistics / Mr. Thomas van Bunningen, Ericsson, Sweden

1125 On the framework for optimal traffic management in the era of connectivity and driving automation / Mr. Aleksandr Belov, New York University Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

Poster presentations:
Infrastructures for the era of automation 

Time: 10.00–10.30

284 Infrastructure modifications to support the introduction of automated driving / Dr. Jan Ritter, Federal Highway Research Institute (BASt), Germany

426 Effects of truck platooning on bituminous road pavement of high-level roads / Mr. David Reisenbichler, ARNDT IDC GmbH & Co KG, Austria

445 Zero crashes, zero congestion, and zero emissions – future research in traffic management / Prof. Peter Wagner, DLR German Aerospace Center, Germany

555 An approach for systematic assessment of infrastructure automation readiness from a traffic performance perspective / Dr. Johan Olstam, Swedish National Road and Transport Research Institute (VTI), Sweden

598 Data needs, requirements and providers to create a concept for a data-sharing platform to support Road Operators’ efforts to realize digitalization and to support cooperative automated driving / Mr. Christian Lüpges, AlbrechtConsult GmbH, Germany

805 Validation approach of an C-ITS infrastructure – based solution / Mr. Andrea Steccanella, CRF, Italy

870 Scenario based approach in connecting Austria for the development and validation of connect, cooperative, (semi-)automated driving in the case of intersections / Mr. Andreas Kuhn, ANDATA, Austria

Scientific and technical session 38:
Waterborne – pushing technology forward

Podium presentations 

Time: 8.30–10.00

79 Tools and applications for the holistic ship design / Prof. Apostolos Papanikolaou, HSVA, Germany

224 Design and demonstration of an energy saving device for a ship with controllable pitch propeller / Mr. Maarten Flikkema, Marin, Netherlands

595 Demonstrating the use of advanced materials and rethinking the innovation process in shipbuilding – results of the RAMSSES project / Mr. Matthias Krause, Center of Maritime Technologies e. V., Germany

655 Evaluating the performance of the vessel train concept / Ms. Eleni Moschouli, University of Antwerp, Belgium

713 Designing a remote-pilotage system: work styles to be considered / Ms. Tuisku-Tuuli Salonen, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd, Finland

902 Some new insights towards goal-based design of Arctic ships / Dr. Martin Bergström, Aalto University, Finland

Poster presentations:
Waterborne – pushing technology forward

Time: 10.00–10.30

241 Efficiency-boosting phase change material (PCM) based energy storage for marine environments / Mr. Alexander Sukhaseum, Hutchinson, France

816 WATERBORNE: safe, competitive and eco-friendly shipyards and production sites / Mr. Hermann-Josef Mammes, Meyer WerftGmbH & Co. KG, Germany

970 New, advanced and value-added innovative ships, a new generation of platform based modular ships / Mr. Jorinus Kalis, Damen Shipyards, Netherlands

985 Smart tanker shipping supported by STM BALT SAFE / Mr. Johannes Hüffmeier, RISE Research Institute of Sweden, Sweden

996 Impacts of standardized information sharing on maritime safety, efficiency and environment – STM Validation results / Mr. Ulf Siwe, Swedish Maritime Administration, Sweden

1004 STM Validation Project: Estimating the financial and social impact on safety, efficiency and environmental sustainability / Mr. Jorge Miguel Lara Lopez, Fundación Valenciaport, Spain

1044 Interreg central Baltic EfficientFlow project as a digital STM solution for improving information exchange between ships, ports and hinterland actors / Mr. Heikki Koivisto, Satakunta University of Applied Sciences, Finland

Scientific and technical session 28:
Pedestrian safety

Podium presentations 

Time: 8.30–10.00

594 Detecting and improving the safety of groups of pedestrians at signalised intersections / Mr. Nicolas Speisser, Cerema Est, France

726 Exploring contributory parameters of pedestrian movement using low cost GNSS receiver data / Prof. Ioanna Spyropoulou, National Technical University of Athens, Greece

821 The influence of urban network characteristics in pedestrian injury severity: a case study from Lisbon / Dr. Sandra Vieira Gomes, Laboratorio Nacional de Engenharia Civil, Portugal

905 Prevalence and factors associated with pedestrian fatalities and serious injuries: case Finland / Mrs. Fanny Malin, V VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd, Finland

1161 Investigation of traffic and safety behaviour of pedestrians texting or web-surfing / Mr. Dimitrios Nikolaou, National Technical University of Athens, Department of Transportation Planning and Engineering, Greece

Poster presentations:
Vulnerable Road Users 

Time: 10.00–10.30

188 Towards a distributed data fusion pipeline for pedestrian behaviour analysis / Prof. Sara Ferreira, University of Porto – Faculty of Engineering, Portugal

979 Analysis of pedestrian involved road accidents in the Vilnius city / Dr. Kornelija Ratkevičiūtė, Road Research Institute, Vilnius Gediminas Technical University, Lithuania

1049 Vehicle requirements for electric cargo bikes in commercial transport / Ms. Amelie Ewert, German Aerospace Center, Germany

Scientific and technical session 29:
Tomorrows Europeans railways

Podium presentations 

Time: 15.00–16.30

416 Shift2Rail adaptable communication system – a key enabler for the digitalization of the rail system / Mr. Michael Mikulandra, Kontron Transportation Deutschland GmbH, Germany

620 NextEVC: an opportunity to reduce costs and facilitate migration from class B to ETCS / Dr. Romain Bosquet, SNCF Mobilités, France

631 Contributing to Shift2Rail’s next generation of high capable and safe TCMS / Dr. Igor Lopez, CAF, Spain

669 Safe4RAIL-2: advanced architectures and components for the next-generation train control and monitoring system / Dr. Aitor Arriola, Ikerlan, Spain

973 A hybrid network architecture for train-to-ground communications based on Wi-Fi and LTE / Dr. Mohamed Kassab, University of Monastir, Tunisia

1119 Automatic detection of railway masts using air-borne LiDAR data / Ms. M.R.M.F. Ariyachandra, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom

Poster presentations:
Tomorrows Europeans railways

Time: 16.30–17.00

244 Conceptualization of place quality in high-speed rail station areas: a Review / Mr. Jinglun Du Eindhoven, University of Technology, Netherlands

369 Optiyard, optimized real-time yard management. An impact assessment / Mr. Celestino Sánchez, Martín Eurnex e.V., Germany

410 How can active suspension reduce cost in rail vehicles? / Dr. Rickard Persson, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden

692 Cargo wagon structural health estimation using computer vision / Mr. Andrés Felipe Posada-Moreno, IMA – RWTH Aachen University, Germany

790 Key challenges of European rail traffic management system / Dr. Vahid Ranjbar, KTH Raoyal Institute of Technology, Sweden

841 Optimal infrastructure utilization with regards to an integrated periodic timetable in a liberalized railway market / Mr. Martin Smoliner, Graz University of Technology, Austria

1038 Intelligent video gate – a conceptual application of emerging technologies in rail freight transports / Dr. Behzad Kordnejad, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden

1091 Lightweight running gear frame for high-speed application / Dr. Eduardo de la Guerra, Talgo, Spain

1145 Scalable fault detection in railway systems based on compressive sensing and neural network techniques / Dr. Markos Anastasopoulos, University of Bristol, United Kingdom

1173 Emulation of various radio access technologies for zero on site testing in the railway domain – The Emulradio4rail platforms / Dr. Marion Berbineau, Université Gustave Eiffel, France

Scientific and technical session 31:
Insights into system resilience

Podium presentations 

Time: 15.00–16.30

191 Embracing resilience in transport infrastructure: indicators, metrics and levels of service / Dr. Clemente Fuggini, RINA, Italy

443 Assessing and enhancing resilience to extreme weather for transport infrastructure in Germany / Dr. Kalliopi Anastassiadou, Federal Highway Research Institute (BASt), Germany

457 SAFEWAY: an integral IT solution to improve the resilience of inland transport infrastructure / Dr. Belén Riveiro, University of Vigo, Spain

562 Future-proofing decision making at the UK Department for transport: building resilience against future uncertainty / Mr. Michael Hobson, UK Department for Transport, United Kingdom

933 Airports at climate change risk: an assessment methodology / Dr. Athena Roumboutsos University of the Aegean, Department of Shipping, Trade & Transport, Greece

1018 Improving road network resilience: from weak links identification to effective post-disaster recovery / Dr. Rostislav Vodák CDV – Transport Research Centre, Czech Republic

Poster presentations:
System resilience

Time: 16.30–17.00

145 FORESEE: Future proofing strategies FOr resilience transport networks against extreme events / Mr. Inaki Beltran, Fundación Tecnalia Research & Innovation, Spain

363 Identification and prioritization of resilience measures for road infrastructures / Dr. Kalliopi Anastassiadou, Federal Highway Research Institute (BASt), Germany

428 The need for data management plans to enable the resilience analysis of transport infrastructure systems / Mr. Ignacio Robles, WSP Spain, Spain

872 Guideline to measure service provided by, and resilience of, transport infrastructure / Dr. Claudio Martani, ETH Zurich, Switzerland

1138 Implementing resilience in critical transport infrastructure systems / Ms. Savina Carluccio, ARUP, United States

Scientific and technical session 34:
Novel views on risk and safety management

Podium presentations 

Time: 15.00–16.30

516 Spatial and spatiotemporal analyses of traffic crashes / Dr. Richard Andrášik, CDV – Transport Research Centre, Czech Republic

845 Sustainable asset protection in transport and logistics under accelerated changes in risk landscapes forced by near-future climate states / Dr. Christoph Matulla, Zentralanstalt für Meteorologie und Geodynamik, Austria

884 Integrating risk management in the preservation planning of road networks: an approach towards efficient decisions / Prof. Luis Picado-Santos, Tecnico, Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal

1042 Estimating the risk of traffic incidents using causal analysis / Mr. Jorma Kilpi, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd, Finland

1071 Maritime risk assessment in Finland: analysis of grey literature / Dr. Ketki Kulkarni, Aalto University, Finland

1102 Enhancing transport safety: transfer of best practices from aviation to maritime / Prof. Osman Turan, University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom

Poster presentations:
Risk and safety management 

Time: 16.30–17.00

396 BRT and tram accident statistics databases – targeted recommendations for developing safer infrastructures / Ms. Celine Avril, Cerema, France

961 Risk analysis in the implementation of the city logistics systems / Prof. Stanisław Iwan, Maritime University of Szczecin, Poland

1012 Electrical accident risks in electric vehicle service and repair – accidents in Finland and a review on research / Mr. Vesa Linja-aho, Metropolia University of Applied Sciences, Finland

1083 Civil liability for damages caused by a software failure / Ms. Idoia Elizalde, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Spain

1184 SafePASS – transforming marine accident response / Dr. Evangelos Boulougouris, Director of Maritime Safety Research Centre, United Kingdom

Scientific and technical session 35:
Innovations in logistics and freight

Podium presentations

Time: 15.00–16.30

143 Reinforced logistics: automated tour planning with reinforcement learning / Mr. Marco Kemmerling, IMA – RWTH Aachen University, Germany

330 Freight distribution in urban areas: a method to select the most important loading and unloading areas and a survey tool to investigate related demand patterns / Prof. Marco Diana, Politecnico di Torino, Italy

417 Innovative elements of the Swiss multimodal freight policy / Mr. Martin Ruesch, Rapp Trans Ltd., Switzerland

578 Impacts of increasing maximum truck weight – case Finland / Dr. Heikki Liimatainen, Tampere University, Finland

819 Shipper expectations from intermodal freight transport / Dr. George Panagakos, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark

998 Can robots solve logistics problems in a hospital environment? / Mr. Jonne Holmen, South-Eastern Finland University of Applied Sciences, Finland

Poster presentations:
Logistics and freight

Time: 16.30–17.00

121 Enhanced data management techniques for logistics planning and scheduling in real time – advances in logistar project / Ms. Leire Serrano, University of Deusto – DeustoTech, Spain

132 Mobility hubs as a prerequisite for intermodality and sustainable transport solutions / Dr. Maria Schnurr, RISE AB, Sweden

313 Public transport facilities as logistic hubs / Mr. Fabian Dorner, Technische Universität Wien, Austria

323 Analysis of measures on the modal share in freight transport: an example of gigaliners in Germany / Prof. Gernot Liedtke, Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt (DLR), Germany

471 Combining tourism and freight transport on Douro’s Inland Waterway / Dr. António Lobo, University of Porto – Faculty of Engineering, Portugal

514 Urban factories – establishing resource-efficiency in production logistics systems in cities / Mr. Felix Kreuz, TU Dortmund University, Germany

520 AutoTruck and helyOS: enabling highly efficient yard operation by automation / Mr. Gunter Nitzsche, Fraunhofer Institute for Transportation and Infrastructure Systems IVI, Germany

593 The future of urban freight transport: shifting the cities role from observation to operative steering / Mr. Thomas Otte, RWTH Aachen University – Institute of Information Management in Mechanical Engineering, Germany

728 Expectations for Finnish road infrastructure in semi-automated truck platooning – project results / Mr. Veikko Pekkala, University of Oulu, Finland

886 LCV’s in urban logistics: are AECS vehicles conceivable? / Mr. Kartik Va, IFSTTAR, France

Scientific and technical session 36:
Railways safety and reliability visions

Podium presentations 

Time: 15.00–16.30

166 Testing of the control unit of a train for the phase commutation on a HIL platform / Dr. Tony Letrouve, SNCF, France

543 Analysis and comparison of simulated and real train driving in an automatic train protection (ATP) system environment / Mr. Tomas Rosberg, Swedish National Road and Transport Research Institute, VTI, Sweden

600 Detecting anomalous behavior of railway switches under real operation conditions: workflow and implementation / Dr. Daniela Narezo, Institute of Transportation Systems – German Aerospace Center, Germany

755 A look into the JEC well-to-wheels study version 5 / Mrs. Marta Yugo Concawe, Belgium

946 An overview of natural hazard impacts on rail transport in the Czech Republic / Mr. Vojtěch Nezval, University of Ostrava, Faculty of Science, Czech Republic

1013 Level crossings ranking by integrated risk analysis for typical hazards / Prof. Stefano Ricci, Sapienza Università di Roma – DICEA – Transport Area, Italy

Poster presentations:
Railways safety and reliability 

Time: 16.30–17.00

80 DC high-speed circuit-breakers – tests versus operation in real conditions / Dr. Artur Rojek, Railway Research Institute, Poland

297 Condition monitoring of track surroundings: maintenance in the scope of digitalisation and automation / Mr. Felix Heizler, University of Stuttgart, Germany

487 Earthwork asset management using Petri Net models / Mr. Jose Solís-Hernández, CEMOSA, Spain

859 Rail voltage control by system weakening in electrified railways / Prof. Mehmet Turan, Soylemez Istanbul Technical University, Turkey

962 A new concept for people movers on branch lines / Mr. Walter Sebron, Vienna Institute for Safety and Systems Engineering (VISSE), University of Applied Science Vienna, Austria

Scientific and technical session 37:
Best practices for infrastructure safety and reliability

Podium presentations 

Time: 15.00–16.30

118 Safety management at road work zones – current practices and best-practice recommendations / Prof. Andras Varhelyi, Lund University, Sweden

141 Effect of roundabout design on the behaviour of road users: a case study of roundabouts in Oman / Dr. Putu Mandiartha, Military Technological College, Oman

294 Reliability assessment of ageing infrastructures for practitioners: a cross-modal approach / Ms. Julia Sorgatz, Bundesanstalt für Wasserbau, Germany

681 A decision support tool for strategic asset management of infrastructure on the TEN-T network / Dr. Nikola Tanasic, Infrastructure Management Consultants GmbH, Switzerland

924 The role of numerical tests in assessing road restraint system functionality / Dr. Marcin Budzynski, Gdansk University of Technology, Poland

1075 Effectiveness of blue wildlife warning reflectors for avoiding wildlife accidents on rural roads / Dr. Jean Emmanuel Bakaba N., German Insurance Association, Insurers Accident Research, Germany

Poster presentations:
Infrastructure management

Time: 16.30–17.00

158 Improvement of road safety on rural roads by using suitable safety barriers / Mrs. Susanne Schmitz, Federal Highway Research Institute (BASt), Germany

597 CEDR transnational research programme call 2016 water quality: environmentally sustainable roads / Mr. Peter Coenen, Netherlands Organisation for applied scientific research TNO, Netherlands

679 Bridge maintenance, inspection and monitoring: a comprehensive review of research and innovation in Europe / Dr. Konstantinos Gkoumas, European Commission, Joint Research Centre (JRC), Italy

812 Continuous road health monitoring – how street view videos with computer vision improve safety and generate savings for cities and road authorities / Mr. Markus Melander, Vaisala Oyj, Finland

986 Field evaluation of road marking systems used for renewal of structured pavement markings – preliminary findings / Dr. Tomasz Burghardt, M. Swarovski GmbH, Austria

1001 Reduction of skid resistance due to cumulative traffic volume: a case study in Northeast Thailand / Dr. Avirut Chinkulkijniwat, Suranaree University of Technology, Thailand

Scientific and technical session 30:
New technologies for railways

Podium presentations 

Time: 17.00–18.30

167 Evaluation of neutral section phase commutation strategies in a 25kV / 50Hz railway network / Mr. Jules Pascal, SNCF, France

402 Multiphysics simulation of a battery electric train operation / Mr. Sebastian Reimann, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany

882 Development and evaluation of new concepts and systems for railway switches and crossings / Dr. Saikat Dutta, University of Birmingham, United Kingdom

943 Properties of RFID technology in real rail freight transport environment / Mr. Petr Šohajek, OLTIS Group, Czech Republic

1147 Multi-technology wireless access for railway cabin services: planning and performance evaluation / Dr. Markos Anastasopoulos, University of Bristol, United Kingdom

1151 Comparative analysis of autoencoder neural networks for fault detection in railway systems / Dr. Markos Anastasopoulos, University of Bristol, United Kingdom

Poster presentations:
New technologies and tools for railways

Time: 18.30–19.00

286 SIGALi – multifunction battery energy storage for railway signalling and station / Dr. Bogdan Vulturescu, SNCF, France

406 Positive experiences in the strategy against rail corrugation and railway rolling noise / Ms. Rakel Robles, Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of the Basque Country UPV/EHU, Escuela de Ingeniería de Bilbao, Plaza Torres Quevedo 1, 48013 Bilbao, Spain, Spain

565 Health monitoring of a railway track switch actuator based on continuous-time parameter estimation method / Dr. Saikat Dutta, University of Birmingham, United Kingdom

589 Hardware in the loop environment for test and validation of railtrain control components / Mr. ALvaro Coupeau, Fundación Tecnalia Research & Innovation, Spain

720 Data-driven structural assessment of railway bridges by empirical green functions and fragility curves / Mr. Jose Solís-Hernández, CEMOSA Spain

823 First natural air cooling on-roof traction transformer for railway rolling stock / Mr. Andre Chamaret, SNCF Mobilités, France

893 Hybrid high-speed carbodies: the next generation of light rolling-stock / Dr. Eduardo de la Guerra, Talgo, Spain

966 Towards a European mobility with rail as backbone – a review of research roadmaps in transport / Ms. Jacqueline Kommers, Eurnex e.V., Germany

Scientific and technical session 26:
Electric and hybrid busses

Podium presentations 

Time: 17.00–18.30

579 Thermal high-performance storages as heating systems for electric buses / Mr. Werner Kraft, DLR German Aerospace Center, Germany

774 Battery and fuel cell aging conscious intelligent energy management strategy for hydrogen hybrid electric buses / Mr. Jon Ander López-Ibarra, Ikerlan Technology Research Centre, Spain

901 Ensuring short-term e-bus compatibility and interoperability within Europe – ASSURED 1.0 interoperability reference / Mr. Marko Paakkinen, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd, Finland

917 Fuel cell electric buses: experience of a zero-emission solution through JIVE, JIVE 2 and MEHRLIN projects / Ms. Sabrine Skiker, Hydrogen Europe, Belgium

919 Thermal management strategy of electric buses towards ECO Comfort / Mr. Mohammed Mahedi Hasan, Vrije Universiteit Brussel – MOBI Research Centre, Belgium

987 Selected functionalities of the PLATON planning tool to support electric bus deployment in transport networks / Dr. Krzysztof Krawiec, Silesian University of Technology, Faculty of Transport, Poland

Poster presentations:
Electrification and energy alternatives II

Time: 18.30–19.00

303 REDIFUEL: robust and efficient processes and technologies for drop-in renewable fuels for road transport / Dr. Thorsten Schnorbus, FEV Europe GmbH, Germany

331 3D printing application in personal light electric transport production in Belarus / Dr. Natallia Yankevich, National Academy of Sciences of Belarus, Belarus

583 Improvement potentials for user-centrically designed electric vehicles: The QUIET Project / Mr. Hansjörg Kapeller, AIT Austrian Institute of Technology GmbH, Austria

732 Horizon2020 ReFreeDrive project: rare earth free e-Drives featuring low cost manufacturing / Mr. Javier Romo, Fundación Cidaut,Spain

1021 Optimization of electric vehicle system utilizing a hybrid particle swarm algorithm / Dr. Mikaela Ranta, VTT, Finland

1103 User segmentation, user preferences and current challenges in the Austrian electric vehicle market / Dr. Wolfram Groschopf, University of Economics and Business, Institute for Transport and Logistics Management, Austria

1105 Embracing electromobility in Europe: analysis of good practices and their transferability in nine European regions / Prof. Lieselot Vanhaverbeke, Vrije Universiteit Brussel – MOBI, Belgium

Scientific and technical session 27:
Catering non-motorised transport

Podium presentations 

Time: 17.00–18.30

144 An ex-ante impact assessment model for testing different strategies for the implementation of cargo bike transshipment points in urban districts / Mr. Tom Assmann, Otto von Guericke University Magdeburg, Germany

181 More feet on pavements and more feet on pedals: Enabling safe walking and cycling in CIVITAS eccentric / Dr. Paul Fenton, City of Stockholm, Sweden

510 Cycling rail trails increase commuters’ safety and comfort: examples from Czechia / Dr. Michal Bíl, CDV – Transport Research Centre, Czech Republic

574 Facing the needs for clean bicycle data – a bicycle-specific approach of GPS data processing / Mr. Sven Lißner, Technische Universität Dresden, Germany

939 How cycling perceived in Budapest based on household survey results / Mr. Tamás Mátrai, Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary

1008 The creation of a citizen observatory campaign aimed at promoting cycling through Flamenco: an open and reconfigurable digital platform / Mr. Jesse Pappers, Vrije Universiteit Brussel – MOBI Research Centre, Belgium

Poster presentations:
Catering cycling 

Time: 18.30–19.00

354 Latent class ordered probit model for bicycle crash severity / Mr. Marcus Skyum Myhrmann, Technical University of Denmark Denmark

540 Protocols for eye-tracking of cyclists: a review and application / Mrs. Shyrle Berrio, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, Colombia

787 Modelling and simulation of bicycle dynamics / Mr. Murad Shoman, IFSTTAR, France

874 Peer-to-peer cargo bike sharing: findings from LARA share project / Mr. Fabian Dorner, Technische Universität Wien, Austria

1055 Nudging bicyclists towards a safer behavior – experiences from the MeBeSafe project / Dr. Pontus Wallgren, Chalmers university of technology, Sweden

Scientific and technical session 39:
Exploring shipping and maritime operations

Podium presentations 

Time: 17.00–18.30

263 Ship departure time estimation and data sharing practices in Finnish ports / Mr. Janne Saarikoski, Kotka Maritime Research Association, Finland

682 A Day in the life of a vessel train – exploring the concept / Ms. Alina Colling, TU Delft, Netherlands

717 Models to evaluate container transhipment ports in the Mediterranean Sea / Prof. Elen Twrdy, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

800 Modelling port operations towards environmental impact reduction: IoT infrastructure and scenarios / Mr. Miguel Llorente, Prodevelop, Spain

1056 FIBRESHIP project: engineering, production and life cycle management for the complete construction of large length fiber-based ships / Mr. Alfonso Jurado, Tecnicas y Servicios de Ingenieria, Spain

1176 When would moderation of the ice conditions along the Northern Sea Route trigger serious investment in polar code shipping capacity? / Mx. Adriaan Perrels, Finnish Meteorological Institute, Finland

Poster presentations:
Shipping and maritime operations 

Time: 18.30–19.00

245 The effects of automating navigation on the economic viability of a short sea platooning / Ms. Carmen Kooij, TU Delft, Netherlands

260 The HyMethShip Concept: an investigation of system design choices and vessel operation characteristics influence on life cycle performance / Ms. Elin Malmgren, Chalmers university of technology, Sweden

275 A fuel cell power unit and hydrogen storage for the research vessel Aranda / Dr. Jari Ihonen, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd, Finland

609 Interoperability of IoT platforms in the port sector / Dr. Pablo Gimenez, Valenciaport Foundation, Spain

1026 VESSL as a tool for macro-analyses at European level. STM validation project results calculated by the use of short sea shipping data mining / Mr. Jorge Miguel Lara Lopez, Fundación Valenciaport, Spain

1031 Shaping the future port choices: a support tool / Prof. Sacco Nicola, University of Genoa, Italy

1117 Integration of model-based systems engineering tools in the holistic ship design framework / Mr. Lefteris Koukoulopoulos DNV GL, Greece

Scientific and technical session 41:
Research in pavement and material engineering

Podium presentations 

Time: 17.00–18.30

367 FIBRA – fostering the implementation of fibre reinforced asphalt mixtures by ensuring its safe, optimized and cost-efficient use. Preliminary results / Mr. Carlos J. Slebi-Acevedo, GITECO Research Group. University of Cantabria Spain

552 Design of flexible pavements with cold recycled asphalt bases: comparison of five national approaches / Mr. Marius Winter, University of Kassel, Germany

716 The moisture induced and material composition related abnormalities in asphalt concrete pavements in Finland / Dr. Michalina Makowska, Aalto University, Finland

887 Accelerated laboratory ageing of bituminous mixtures using the TEAGE method / Prof. Luis Picado-Santos CERIS, Instituto Superior Técnico, Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal

914 Multiple objective optimization of sustainable pavement maintenance and rehabilitation strategies: a clustering procedure for selecting preferred Pareto optimal solutions / Dr. Joao Santos, University of Twente, Netherlands

1159 Improving porous asphalt mixes by incorporation of additives / Ms. Anik Gupta, GITECO Research Group. University of Cantabria Spain

Poster presentations:
Pavements & materials engineering 

Time: 18.30–19.00

485 Performance of pavement structures with cement bound and cement-bitumen bound base layers / Ms. Judita Grazulyte, Road Research Institute, Vilnius Gediminas Technical University, Lithuania

701 Opportunistic sensing for road pavement monitoring / Prof. Bert De Coensel, ASAsense, Belgium

766 Simplified approach of pavement solutions to adopt in roundabout intersections – standard Catalog / Ms. Margarida Goncalves, Infraestruturas de Portugal, Portugal

865 Representing a two-dimensional specimen of stabilized quarry fines using a random particle generator / Dr. Daniel Castillo, Aalto, Finland

944 Materials selection for structured horizontal road markings: financial and environmental case studies / Dr. Tomasz Burghardt, M. Swarovski GmbH, Austria

1074 An Exploratory Study Applied of Rutting Characteristics for Modified Bituminous Mixes by Apply Waste Plastic / Mr. Al-Salih Wissam, BME University, Faculty of Transportation Engineering and Vehicle Engineering, Budapest, Hungary

1080 Static in-tire circumferential strain signature using Rayleigh-scattering fiber optic technology / Mr. Martin Fontaine, IFSTTAR, France

1086 A review of damage modelling approaches for layered composites / Mr. Udit Pillai, University of Nottingham, United Kingdom

Scientific and technical session 42:
Maintenance and asset management

Podium presentations 

Time: 17.00–18.30

256 A generic framework for decision support systems in maintenance and interventions planning / Mr. Jose Solís-Hernández, CEMOSA, Spain

605 Significance of the contractual relationship for efficient railway maintenance planning / Ms. Daria Ivina, Lund University, Sweden

809 Use of BIM to put monitoring data into context to simulate infrastructure future performance / Dr. Stanislav Lenart, Slovenian National Building and Civil Engineering Institute (ZAG), Slovenia

904 Earthworks degradations, climate change and complex systems: data mining techniques searching for rail assets resilience / Mr. Jose Solís-Hernández, CEMOSA Spain

908 Multi-year maintenance planning framework using multi-attribute theory and genetic algorithms / Ms. Zaharah Allah Bukhsh, University of Twente, Netherlands

1155 Long-term effects of different bridge maintenance strategies on multimodal transport / Mrs. Sandra Skaric Palic, Infra Plan Consulting, Croatia

Poster presentations:
Maintenance and asset management

Time: 18.30–19.00

134 Low-cost system for monitoring road friction properties / Dr. Miha Ambrož, University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Slovenia

267 On implementing and testing an intelligent Asset Management system for rail signalling / Dr. Alice Consilvio, University of Genoa, Italy

656 Forecasting the operational state of highway bridges / Ms. Larysa Bodnar, M.P. Shulgin State Road Research Institute State Enterprise – DerzhdorNDI SE, Ukraine

709 Gathering observation data from the road physical condition anomalies with Mobile-Louhi tool / Mr. Pekka Eloranta, Sitowise Oy, Finland

854 Road access and weight control with geofencing – the Swedish high capacity transport case / Prof. Sten Wandel, Lund University, Sweden