SUMO User Conference 2017 - "Towards Simulation for Autonomous Mobility"
May 8-10, 2017 - Berlin-Adlershof, Germany
Traffic simulations are of immense importance for researchers as well as practitioners in the field of transportation. SUMO has been available since 2001 and provides a wide range of traffic planning and simulation applications. SUMO consists of a suite of tools covering road network imports and enrichment, demand generation and assignment and a state-of-the-art microscopic traffic simulation capable to simulate private and public transport modes, as well as person-based trip chains. Being open source, SUMO is ready to implement new behavioral models or to control the simulation remotely using various programming environments. These and other features make SUMO one of the most often used open source traffic simulations with a large and international user community.
All accepted papers will be printed and published in the SUMO proceedings in the scientific series of the DLR Institute of Transportation Systems. Selected papers will be given the chance to publish an extended version in a Springer post proceedings book.
Download templates for publications (1 MB).
Mon, May 08
SUMO Tutorial and SUMO Café
Tue, May 09
Keynote: Christer Lindström (4Dialog)
Session 1 “Highway Calibration”
Marc Semrau (VW) – “Modelling and calibrating situation adaptive lane changing and merging behavior on Chinese elevated roads”
Johannes Rummel (DLR) – “Replication of the HBS autobahn with SUMO”
Peter Wagner (DLR) – “SUMO and the German HBS”
Wed, May 10
Session 6 “Traffic Management”
François Vaudrin (U Laval) – “The impact of autonomous cars on traffic”
Christian Portilla (U Colombia) – “SciTraffic: A Macroscopic Simulator for Estimation and Control of Urban Traffic”
Mirko Barthauer (TU Braunschweig) – “External signal control: Integrating LISA+ into SUMO”
Maximiliano Bottazzi (DLR) – “LiSuM: Design and Development of a Middleware to couple Virtual LISA+ TLS Controller and SUMO Simulation”
Session 7 “Emissions”
Christina Flitsch (Logistikum) – “Investigating the application of an alternative fuel technology – A scenario-based simulation approach to analyze environmental impacts”
Iván Yassmany Hernández Paniagua (U Mexico) – “Use of SUMO to assess human exposure and intake to PM2.5 near motorways: Preliminary Results”
Christer Lindström is the founder of the Institute for Sustainable Transportation in Sweden, co-founder of the International Institute of Sustainable Transportation, USA, the General Transportation Fund USA, Encitra Inc. USA and 4Dialog AB, Sweden. Christer was earlier the main Project Manager for Uppsala PRT Study – Financing, simulation, visualization and implementation and is currently doing 4D simulation and financing analysis for ATN, Light Rail and other modes of transportation for cities in the US and Sweden.
Regular Tickets – 495 EUR (One-Day-Ticket – 325 EUR)
Authors and Project Partners – 275 EUR
limited Student Grants - 50 EUR
The registration fee includes a tutorial on day one and a two day conference program with refreshments, lunch, proceedings and social events in the evening. Accommodation is not included within the registration fee and must be pre-booked separately.
Please register here: http://sumo2017.besl-eventservice.de/
The conference takes place in Berlin Adlershof:
German Aerospace Center
Institute of Transportation Systems
Our hotel recommendation is:
Rudower Chaussee 15
Fax 67 822-1000
(From the S-Bahn station (Adlershof) to the hotel 5 minutes walk and from the hotel to DLR 7 minutes walk)
Please contact the conference team via mail at email@example.com. You can find more information about SUMO at http://sumo.dlr.de.