Within the framework of staff mobility implementation, open lectures were held by professors of Ingegneria faculty, Department of Enterprise Engineering, University of Rome Tor Vergata, at the National Transport University.
The topics of the lectures were devoted to the key issues of the “Smart Transport and Logistics for Cities” direction, which is being implemented by the project, namely:
Lecture 1 – OD matrices, Exercises
Lecture 2 – Supply model, Exercises
Lecture 3 – Path choice Assign. Models Exercises
Lecture 4 – Intelligent agents and Markovian decision problems: some applications in intelligent transportation systems -ITS
Analysis of Freight Rail-road Intermodal Demand Applying Information Technology
Lecture 5 – Urban Freight. An urban goods demand model system. Aggregate delivery tour modeling through AVM data: experimental records or / and Random Utility Models
Lecturers – Full Professor Agostino Nuzzolo, Professor Antonio Comi, Assistant Professor Antonio Polimeni
Acquaintance with the departments of the Faculty of Transport and Information Technologies and directly with the staff of the Department of Transport Systems and Road Safety, which is the project implementer at the National Transport University, passed before the lecture began.
A tour of the university also took place.
The presentations by the speakers are posted in the “Useful Resources” section of the Distance learning course was developed as part of the SmaLog project
We invite you to join the Distance course, to study and to use materials on the field “Smart Transport and Logistics for Cities”.
To register, write to: email@example.com