About my blog

Hans van Lint is AvL (Antonie van Leeuwenhoek) Professor Traffic Simulation and Computing at the Transport & Planning department, faculty of Civil Engineering and Geosciences. He's also director of education of the Msc TIL (Transport, Logistics and Infrastructure).

His other passion in life is music - check out the Dutch Genesis tribute band Squonk.

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De meningen ge-uit door medewerkers en studenten van de TU Delft en de commentaren die zijn gegeven reflecteren niet perse de mening(en) van de TU Delft. De TU Delft is dan ook niet verantwoordelijk voor de inhoud van hetgeen op de TU Delft weblogs zichtbaar is. Wel vindt de TU Delft het belangrijk - en ook waarde toevoegend - dat medewerkers en studenten op deze, door de TU Delft gefaciliteerde, omgeving hun mening kunnen geven.

Grants, Scholarships & Prizes

Grants, Scholarships & prizes

  • With team “www.fileradar.nl” 2nd place Academic Yearprize (2009)
  • NSF Career grant “Reversing the traffic jam: better predictions by looking back” (Veni/NWO 2007)
  • First prize in national travel time prediction competition (2007), Ministry of Transport
  • TRAIL scientific paper of the year at TRAIL Conference (2006)
Scholarship/Grant(PI) Amount Year of award
The Traffic and Travel Observatory, subproject I—sponsored by the National Datawarehouse (www.ndw.nu). This program contains 3 more projects for the years 2015-2018 150kE 2015
Urban Mobility Lab (UML) funded by AMS Consortium (TUD, MIT, LUW, A’dam, various industrial partners, 2014-2015) 150kE 2014
Task-leader of one of the three innovations programs (P3 – Effect studies) of the Dutch Integrated Test site Cooperative Mobility (DITCM) PM 2013
SI4MS – Sensor intelligence for mobility systems (NSF, 2011-2013) – 1 Postdoc 100kE 2011
The multimodal traffic management centre (Port of Rotterdam, 2008-2012) – 1 PhD 240kE 2008
www.regiolab-delft.nl traffic database (Ministry of Transport and others, 2008-now) +/- 100kE  2008
Reversing the traffic jam-better predictions by looking back (Personal NSF/Veni grant 2007-2010) 220kE 2007
Advanced traffic data fusion (ICIS/BSIK, 2006-2009) – 1 PhD 200kE 2006
Impacts of weather on traffic (RGI/BSIK, 2006-2008) – 1 PhD 150kE 2006
ATMO: Advanced traffic monitoring (Transumo/BSIK 2004-2009) – 4 PhD @ TU Delft (8 in total) 2,000kE 2004
Several smaller research projects (NSF Visitors grants, contract research, consultancy, etc):  235kE  2004-2015
Support / 2nd Opinion Monitoring Utrecht (Prov Utrecht, 2013-now) 30kE 2013-15
User Guide Traffic State Estimation & Data Fusion (Vialis, 2013) 20kE 2013
Visitor grant Prof Robert Bertini (NSF, 2010/11) 15kE 2011
Technische en functionele haalbaarheid CHECK algoritme (Min. Transport, 2009) 40kE 2009
Evaluatie en Analyse van Reisinformatie (evaluation and analysis travel information) (RWS, 2006) 60kE 2006
Sota Travel time prediction (TNO, 2005) 20kE 2005
Voorspelde Reistijden op DRIPs (predicted travel times on VMS’s) (RWS, 2005) 50kE 2005
Other consultancy  10kE Whole period
Subtotal 3,560kE
Scholarship/Grant Co-PI Amount Year of award
U-Smile (NSF 2016-2019): Urban Smart Measures and Incentives for quality of Life Enhancement – Task Leader Traffic Modelling and supervisor 1 PhD 240kE (TUD part) 2016
SETA (EU/H2020, 2016-2019): An open, sustainable, ubiquitous data and service ecosystem for efficient, effective, safe, resilient mobility in metropolitan areas – Task leader WP4 High dimensional predictive models and supervisor 1 PhD 400kE (TUD part) 2016
TRAIL-Graduate School (NSF, 2014-2018), with prof Marcheau and prof Van Wee. Grant for 2+3 MSc/PhD programme on the basis of the MSc TIL / RS TRAIL — 5 PhDs (stationed across the TRAIL network) 800kE 2013
NEARCTIS (EU/FP7): Network of Excellence for Advanced Road Cooperative traffic management in the Information Society, 2009-2013 400kE (TUD part) 2009
Traffic state estimators for coordinated control (part of C4C/EU FP7, 2009-2012) – 1 PhD 200kE 2007
Fastlane multiclass traffic flow model (ITS-Edulab / Ministry of Transport, 2007, 2008-2012) – 1 PhD 200kE 2007
Online OD Estimators & predictors (ITS Edulab / Ministry of Transport, 2007, 2008-2012) – 1 PhD 200kE 2007
Subtotal 1,800kE
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