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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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Posts in category Presentations & Lectures

All presentations and (invited) lectures

Visits, Talks & Lectures

International

  • Invited lecturer / researcher University of Sydney, 28 Nov – 12 Dec 2015, Sydney, Australia
  • Invited researcher & lecturer at IPAM/UCLA for the IPAM programme “New Directions in Mathematical Approaches for Traffic Flow Management”
  • Keynote speaker SUMO2015 conference, 8-9 May, Berlin
  • Invited speaker “The Cutting-Edge Research in ITS and Traffic Flow Theory”, Hangzou, Oct 14, 2014
  • Invited speaker COLOMBO workshop, ITS Europe, Helsinki, June 2014
  • Invited speaker TRB Workshop “Reliability in real-time traveler information systems”, Washington D.C., Jan 2014
  • Invited speaker on the International Workshop on Transport Networks under Hazardous conditions, March 1 and 2, 2013, Tokyo, Japan
  • Invited lecturer / scholar at the Faculty of Information & Communication Technologies, Swinburne University of Technology Melbourne, Australia, Nov-Dec 2012
  • Invited speaker/lecturer at the INFORMS World congress, Phoenix, Arizona, Oct, 2012
  • Invited lecturer (4-day “crash course traffic flow theory” with colleague Hoogendoorn),  Faculty of Informatics, Mathematics and Statistics, Polytechnic University of Catalonia, May 2011
  • Various demonstrations / talks of the “Walking experiment” to explain why traffic control works:
    • At the MT-ITS Conference (Louvain, Belgium, 2011), including introductory lecture “How to convince Politicians and Policy Makers that ITS works”
    • At the introduction of the VLITS MSc program (Louvain, Belgium, 2011)
    • At the 2010 TRAIL Conference (Rotterdam), including dinner-talk about the results and implications
    • See Facebook entries on the TRB TFT committee (https://www.facebook.com/AHB45), “Why ramp metering / perimeter control works (part 1 and 2)”
  • Various invitations/visits to Tokyo University and NII (Oct 2006, 2008, 2010) in Japan. During the last visit the idea of multi-user web-technology for travel behavior under emergencies was “born”.
  • Invited talk on the Transportation Research Arena (TRA, Brussel, 2010) on Network-wide traffic management
  • Invited Talk at the NEARCTIS Workshop on Advanced Monitoring, London, Nov, 2009
  • Invited speaker/lecturer Belgrade Technical University, April, 2009
  • Sabbatical stay at the Transport group, Civil Engineering department, Faculty of Engineering, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia, Oct 2008 – Jan 2009.
  • Co-organized an invited workshop tour with colleague Hoogendoorn and 6 of our PhD students to three Chinese universities in Shanghai, Nanjing and Beijing, June, 2009
  • Invited talk on the CAITR conference Perth, Australia, Dec 2008
  • Invited lecturer/scholar ITS Centre Beijing, China, Mar-Apr, 2008
  • Each year I attend, present and chair sessions on larger and smaller international conferences, amongst which TRB Annual Meeting (yearly: Washington), IEEE Conference on ITS (Shanghai, Toronto, Vienna, Madeira), International Symposium of Traffic and Transport Theory (London), Traffic and Granular flow (Paris, Shanghai), World Conference on Transportation Research (Istanbul, Berkeley), TRISTAN (Acores, Tromso), ITS World Congress (Stockholm, Vienna), and various smaller conferences

National (selection)

  • Waarom verkeer zichzelf in de soep draait en wat dat betekent voor onze leefomgeving, Dag van de omgeving, RWS Noord-holland, May 24 2016, Haarlem
  • Why Traffic goes from bad to worse (and what we can do with that knowledge to improve transport in Amsterdam), Mobile City, Pakhuis de Zwijger, May 12 2016. Amsterdam
  • Big data and Models, PLATOS 2016, March 9 2016, Apeldoorn
  • Big Transport Data for Smart Cities, CROW, Utrecht, Feb 25, 2016
  • Kennis begint en eindigt met (Big) data, Rotterdam Smart City, November 19 2015, Rotterdam
  • NDW Observatory, Seminar: NDW stapt in de wereld van Big Data met DiTTLAB, November 15 2015, Utrecht
  • Waarom alle bedrijven en organisaties die maar iets aan verkeer en vervoer doen de deuren wagenwijd moeten openzetten voor studenten, RAILFORUM Stagebegeleider van het jaar, November 11th 2015, Utrecht
  • Urban Mobility Lab, Pakhuis de Zwijger, Amsterdam (popular talk), June 25th 2015
  • (Big) Data and Models for Mobility, Intertraffic, March 28 2014, Amsterdam
  • Big Data voor Verkeersmanagement, Het Grote Big Data congress, 4 februari 2014
  • Lecture “de wiskunde achter de file”, 21st Dutch mathematics tournament (with 100 teams of 5 high school students), Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen, Oct, 2012
  • Invited talk at the ICT/Delta congress (NWO/STW) De wetenschap achter het voorspellen van files – Fileradar.nl (EN: The science of predicting traffic jams – fileradar.nl), Den Haag, Nov, 2011
  • Invited talk Transparantie in dynamische modellen voor wegverkeer (Transparancy in dynamic models for road traffic), PLATOS Colloquium 2011
  • Invited talk (with prof Hoogendoorn) for the Dutch Minister of Infrastructure & Environment (Mrs Schultz-Verhaaghe), Hoe Benutten Beter kan – Met kennis naar slimmere oplossingen! (EN: How we can better utilize our road network – From knowledge to smarter solutions), Oct, 2010
  • Masterclass for an international World Bank delegation, Traffic Monitoring and ITS (with prof Hoogendoorn), Rotterdam, 2010
  • Large scale real time traffic state estimation & prediction, TRAIL International Masterclass, Delft, 2010
  • Netwerkmanagement en het NDW (with Dr. Hoogendoorn-Lanser), Nationaal datawarehouse congress, Driebergen, 2010
  • Masterclass Real Time Traffic Monitoring, Estimation & Prediction, ARS T&TT, Den Haag, 2010
  • Imperfecte reistijden en route navigatie: wat er kan gebeuren en waarom, Lecture for KIVI, Den Haag 2008
  • Advanced Data fusion and traffic monitoring, Series of interactive workshops for the Dutch National Data Warehouse (Dutch ministry of Transport on several locations from 2006-2008).
  • Crash course travel time prediction (with van Hinsbergen), TRAIL conference Rotterdam, Oct 2008
  • Travel time prediction & navigation…  Value for money? Some field observations, TRAIL Defence seminar Hao Liu, 2008
  • Verkeersmaatregelen: dweilen met de kraan open? Bijeenkomst Jonge Democraten, 2007
  • Reistijden voorspellen en waarom dat van belang is, “op de hoogte in Den Haag”, 2006
  • Wat als we alles weten?, Bits and Chips congress, Eindhoven, 2006
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