Schedule

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Wednesday
8h50 - 9h30 Registration
9h30 - 9h40 Opening session
9h40 - 10h30 Plenary talk
Igor Aronson
Continuum models of large-scale coherence in dense assemblies of self-propelled particles: from shaken granular rods to molecular motors and swimming bacteria
Coffee Break
10h55 - 12h35 Traffic session Granular session
10h55 - 11h15 Yasushi YOKOYA
Qualitative change of car-following behavior observed in real traffic
Nicolas TABERLET
Leidenfrost granular flows
11h15 - 11h35 Arne KESTING
Calibration of car-following models using floating car data
Jerome CRASSOUS
An experimental study of the creeping flow of a granular material
11h35 - 11h55 Winnie DAAMEN
"Faster is slower" effects and capacity drop of revolving doors
Daniel BONAMY
Steady states in granular surface flows: Investigation through nonsmooth contact dynamics simulations
11h55 - 12h15 Bertrand MAURY
Numerical modelling of crowd motion in panic situation
Raphael FISCHER
Experimental evidence of a neutral angle in granular avalanche dynamics
12h15 - 12h35 Armin SEYFRIED
New insights into pedestrian flow through bottlenecks
Alexis BURDEAU
Simulation of a 3d vibrated granular system
Lunch
13h45 - 14h30 Poster session
14h30 - 15h50 Traffic session Granular session
14h30 - 14h50 Yu XUE
Phase transition induced by initial uniform distribution of cars
Pierre CIXOUS
Penetration of an intruder into a 2 dimensional disordered granular medium
14h50 - 15h10 Serge HOOGENDORN
Dynamic first-order modeling of phase-transition probabilities
Frederic LECHENAULT
The jamming transition and beyond: Density dependence of the relevant length and time scales in a horizontally vibrated granular monolayer
15h10 - 15h30 Rosa M. VELASCO
Kinetic derivation for a traffic flow model
Emilien AZEMA
Influence of particle shape in granular media
15h30 - 15h50 Tai-Yu MA
A cross entropy based multi-agent approach to predictive dynamic traffic assignment based on activity
Nicolas RIVIER
Dynamics of jammed granular matter
Coffee Break
16h20 - 17h10 Plenary talk
Partha Chakroborty
Models of Vehicular Traffic: An Engineering Perspective
17h10 - 18h00 Plenary talk
Sean McNamara
Pneumatic Conveying of Granular Materials


Thursday
9h - 9h50 Plenary talk
Andreas Schadschneider
Cellular automaton approach to highway traffic: What do we know ?
9h50 - 10h40 Plenary talk
Alex Dunn
Regulation of the cell's dynamic city plan and the myosin family of molecular motors
Coffee Break
11h05 - 12h25 Traffic session Biology session
11h05 - 11h25 Habib HAJ SALEM
Risk index model for motorway traffic
David LACOSTE
Non-equilibrium fluctuations and mechanochemical couplings of a molecular motor
11h25 - 11h45 Samer HAMDAR
Colliding Particles: Beyond Accident-Free Car Following Model
Paolo PIEROBON
Traffic of molecular motors: from theory to experiments
11h45 - 12h05 Ding-wei HUANG
Traffic dynamics on a rotary
Andrea PARMEGGIANI
Non-equilibrium collective transport on molecular highways
12h05 - 12h25 Martin TREIBER
MOBIL: General Lane-Changing Model for Car-Following Models
Pierre-Yves PLACAIS
Changes in mechanical properties of unconventional non processive myosins induced by calcium: experiments at the single molecule level
Lunch
13h45 - 14h45 Poster session
14h45 - 15h35 Plenary talk
Ludger Santen
Stochastic modelling of intracellular transport
15h35 - 16h15 Plenary talk
Farida Saad
The drivers behaviour from the psychologists point of view
Coffee Break
16h40 - 18h00 Network / Traffic session Granular session
16h40 - 17h00 Christian VAN FERBER
Modelling Metropolis public transport
Yuki SUGIYAMA
Dynamics of dissipative system of asymmetric interaction and the N-body problem of the emergence of moving cluster
17h00 - 17h20 Marc DURAND
Architecture of Optimal Pipe Networks
Joe GODDARD
From Granular Networks to Graded Continua
17h20 - 17h40 Yurij HOLOVATCH
Attack vulnerability of public transport networks
Riccardo ARTONI
A fluctuating energy model for dense granular flows
17h40 - 18h00 Xianglin HAN
Control of Traffic Congestion in the Modified Coupled Map Car-Following Model Based on Intelligent Transportation system Application
Meheboob ALAM
An exact order-parameter description of granular plane Couette flow from nonlinear stability analysis: Landau equation


Friday
9h - 9h50 Plenary talk
Angel Garcimartín
Flow and jamming of granular matter through an orifice
9h50 - 10h50 Traffic session Granular session
9h50 - 10h10 Florian SIEBEL
Modelling synchronized flow at highway bottlenecks
Gustavo GUTIERREZ
Silo Collapse During Discharge: An Experimental Study
10h10 - 10h30 Ludovic LECLERCQ
A multiclass car-following rule based on the LWR model
J. Carlos RUIZ-SUAREZ
A Torricelli-like granular flow?
10h30 - 10h50 Jean-Patrick LEBACQUE
A stochastic but diffusionless macroscopic traffic flow model
Ivan SANCHEZ
Vertical granular transport in a vibrated U-tube
Coffee Break
11h15 - 12h35 Traffic session Granular session
11h15 - 11h35 Qing-Song WU
Effect of adaptive cruise control vehicles on phase transition in a mixture with manual vehicles
Francois CHEVOIR
Flow and jamming of granular mixtures through obstacles
11h35 - 11h55 Jean-Marc LASGOUTTES
A queueing theory approach for a multi-speed exclusion process.
Payman JALALI
Rough cylindrical object within the granular stream of hard disks
11h55 - 12h15 Ye-Liu MO
Optimal velocity model via considering multi-velocity difference
Charles VOIVRET
Space-filling properties of polydisperse particles
12h15 - 12h35 Nicolas CHIABAUT
Replications in stochastic traffic flow models: incremental method to determine sufficient number of runs
Jan Ludwig VINNINGLAND
Granular Rayleigh-Taylor instability: experiments and simulations
Lunch
13h45 - 14h30 Poster session
14h30 - 16h Round table
with Etienne Guyon
Olivier Dauchot (representing the granular field)
Jacques Prost (representing the field "collective motion in biology")
Michael Schreckenberg (representing the traffic field)

For each field, a specialist will present the state of the art. A list of interesting open questions will be proposed. If possible, some connections between the different fields of the conference will be underlined.
The point of vue of all participants will be welcome!