Recent Projects, Presentations, Business Development and Conference Activities

Since 12/2013 Horizon 2020: EU Research and Innovation Activities with several Partners
12/2013 Project CASA: OpenStreetMap for Data Integration in a Public Transport Company
07/2012 Presentation at Road Transport Authority in Dubai
Since 05/2013 Business Deveopment for SENOZON Deutschland GmbH: Agent Based Simulation
01/2013 Attending the World Bank conference: Transforming Transport

12/2012 Chamber of commerce Singapore + ETH Singapore talk: Sustainable transport Modelling and Planning
10/2012 Business development tour to Colombia and Bolivia
06/2012 Rio +20, Sustainability Summit, presentation on behalf of the German-Brazil Chamber of Commerce in Rio de Janeiro: Podium                                   discussion Sustainabe Urban Transportation
05/2012 International Transport Forum in Leipzig, Germany: RIO Method for Traffic Flow optimization
04/2012 Secretary of State Bomba from the German Transport Ministry: Peru and Columbia
02/2012 Chamber of Commerce to Singapore
11/2011 Delegation trip with the minister president of the German Bundesland Baden Württemberg to Brazil (Curitiba, Rio de Janeiro)

Customer consultation 2009-2012

11/2011 City of Buenos Aires and Transport Ministry of Argentia: Activity and tour based modelling of transport

2010-2011 City of Rio de Janeiro: Signal optimization

11/2011 Transport Ministry of Peru: Freight Modelling Course

10/2012 University de los Andes, Colombia: Lesson in a Mastercall about model based transport planning


Earlier Consultations

  • Federal Office for Spatial Development ARE, Bern, Switzerland (2007-2010):
  • Design and implementation of a network model for the national freight transport (road and rail)
  • Generation and distribution model national freight transport
  • Customer consultation 2007-2010 for
  • City of Ljubljana, Slovenia
  • City of Munich
  • German Railways
  • SIMPT II (2003-2011): New national transport model for Italy
  • Transport Model Qatar (2008-2009): Review and advice for the PTV modelling team
  • OVID (2003-2005): Self organisation of travel under conditions of information and communication; research project in co-operation with University of Karlsruhe, Germany; funded by BMBF
  • Strategic transport model for Beijing for the Summer Olympic Games in 2008 (2003-2004)
  • Validate (2004-2011): nation wide model to generate traffic data based on
  • navigation networks and demand modelling
  • German Transport Master Plan 2002: transport demand forecast). (2000 - 2002), in co-operation with SSP-Consult GmbH and Kessel & Partner
  • Traffic Master Plan Poznan (Poland) (1998 - 1999), in co-operation with B.I.T. Poznan
  • Commercial traffic region Munich (Germany); company surveys; demand and network analysis and forecast. (1995 - 1997)
  • Traffic Master Plan region Stuttgart (Germany) (1995 - 1997):
  • Analysis and forecast of the traffic demand
  • Public transport development scenarios
  • Commercial traffic
  • Demand and public transport modelling Leipzig (Germany) (1994 - 1995)
  • Optimisation of the assignment procedures of VISUM-PT for public transport planning in Berlin (Germany) (1994)
  • Light rail study in Izmir (Turkey), household survey and model calibration. (1994)
  • Traffic Master Plan Halle an der Saale (Germany), network and demand modelling (1993 - 1994)
  • Traffic Master Plan Bruchsal (Germany); esp.: household survey and stated preference study (parking and mode choice) (1993 - 1994)
  • Implementation and calibration of the traffic demand and assignment model
  • VISUM in St. Gallen (Switzerland) (1990 - 1993)
  • Implementation and calibrating of the VISEM activity chain model in Mainz (Germany), including a household survey (1992)
  • Light rail study in Bursa (Turkey), household survey and model calibration (1991 - 1994)
  • Traffic Master Plan Pforzheim (Germany) (1987 - 1990)
  • Traffic demand: extracted results of the German research work (1987)
  • VISION: An interactive model system for network optimisation; study and practical application within the “Traffic Calming Project” of the German government (1987 - 1990)