ORAL PRESENTATIONS
TRAFFIC SESSION

CHIABAUT Nicolas
ENTPE/INRETS, Vaulx-en-Velin, France
Replications in stochastic traffic flow models: incremental method to determine sufficient number of runs


DAAMEN Winnie
Delft University of Technology
"Faster is slower" effects and capacity drop of revolving doors


HAJ SALEM Habib
INRETS (Arcueil, France)
Risk index model for motorway traffic


HAMDAR Samer
University of Maryland, College Park
Colliding Particles: Beyond Accident-Free Car Following Model


HAN Xianglin
Shanghai Institute of applied mathematics and mechanics, China
Control of Traffic Congestion in the Modified Coupled Map Car-Following Model Based on Intelligent Transportation system Application


HOOGENDOORN Serge
Delft University of Technology
Dynamic first-order modeling of phase-transition probabilities


HU Mao-Bin
School of Engineering Science, University of Science and technology of China, Hefei
Effect of adaptive cruise control vehicles on phase transition in a mixture with manual vehicles


HUANG Ding-Wei
Department of Physics, Chung Yuan Christian University
Traffic dynamics on a rotary


KESTING Arne
Technische Universitšt Dresden, Germany
Calibration of car-following models using floating car data


LASGOUTTES Jean-Marc
INRIA, Le Chesnay, France
A queueing theory approach for a multi-speed exclusion process.


LEBACQUE Jean-Patrick
INRETS (Arcueil, France)
A stochastic but diffusionless macroscopic traffic flow model


LECLERCQ Ludovic
ENTPE / INRETS (France)
A multiclass car-following rule based on the LWR model


MA Tai-Yu
INRETS (Arcueil, France)
A cross entropy based multi-agent approach to predictive dynamic traffic assignment based on activity


MAURY Bertrand
Labo. Mathematiques de l'Univ. Paris-Sud 11
Numerical modelling of crowd motion in panic situation


MO Ye-Liu
School of Physical science and engeering, Guangxi University,China
Optimal velocity model via considering multi-velocity difference ahead


SEYFRIED Armin
Central Institute for Applied Mathematics
Research Centre Juelich
New insights into pedestrian flow through bottlenecks


SIEBEL Florian
University of Munich
Modelling synchronized flow at highway bottlenecks


TREIBER Martin
Institute for Transport and Economics, TU Dresden
MOBIL: General Lane-Changing Model for Car-Following Models


VELASCO Rosa M
Universidad Autůnoma Metropolitana (Mexico)
Kinetic derivation for a traffic flow model


XUE Yu
School of Physical science and engeering, Guangxi University
Phase transition induced by initial uniform distribution of cars


YOKOYA Yasushi
Japan Automobile Research Institute
Qualitative change of car-following behavior observed in real traffic