This year, the SUMO User Conference focused on traffic simulation and simulator coupling for autonomous mobility. It was attended by more than 70 international participants from industry and academia. In addition to the joint keynote given by Johan Magnusson and Christer Lindström from 4Dialog AB, the conference program allowed for intensive discussions on recent research advancements and developments in SUMO. A highlight was the poster session with live demos of traffic simulators from rfPro and TESIS DYNAware both of which used SUMO internally. The program was rounded off by a tutorial, numerous interesting and engaging discussions on the side and the SUMO Café, which facilitated an exchange of experiences among the SUMO community.
The conference was a great success! So many people have contributed in many ways to turn this event into a well-organized meeting with very interesting presentations and lively discussions.
All those who contributed to the SUMO User Conference 2017: Thank you for your excellent work.
Mon, May 08
SUMO Tutorial and SUMO Café
Tue, May 09
Keynote: Johan Magnusson (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”
Louis Touko Tcheumadjeu (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”
Johan Magnusson is a co-founding partner and Chief Operative Officer of 4Dialog AB. In his capacity, he is responsible for development of partnerships, recruitment, economy and contracts. Johan has a long background within Swedish politics. Before joining 4Dialog he was a deputy Mayor of the city of Upplands Väsby, responsible for strategic planning, sustainability and industrial affairs for over eight years. The City was awarded the sustainable City of the Year 2013.
Regular Tickets – 495 EUR (One-Day-Ticket – 325 EUR)
Authors and Project Partners – 275 EUR
limited Student Grants - 50 EUR
German Aerospace Center
Institute of Transportation Systems
Rudower Chaussee 15
(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 firstname.lastname@example.org. You can find more information about SUMO at http://sumo.dlr.de.