Transport and Mobility Laboratory: Projects for students


LaboSubmitted on
Robust Inventory Routing for Collection of Recyclable MaterialsTransp-orDecember 19, 2016
22. Régulation de vitesse par la signalisation pour garantir un croisement actifTransp-orSeptember 06, 2016
21. Mobilité Rail+Bus 2020 dans les Alpes vaudoisesTransp-orSeptember 06, 2016
1. Modeling passenger behavior in a competitive railway market with respect to the train timetableTransp-orAugust 18, 2016
3. Traffic simulation model of an innovative catenary-free electric busTransp-orAugust 18, 2016
7. Accounting for dynamics in pedestrian multi-class speed-density relationshipTransp-orAugust 18, 2016
8. Feedback perimeter control of large-scale urban networksLUTSAugust 18, 2016
9. Estimating neighborhood traffic conditions using local biased measurementsLUTSAugust 18, 2016
10. Data analysis and route guidance with limited informationLUTSAugust 18, 2016
11. The Electric Vehicle Charging Station Placement Problem (EVCSPP)LUTSAugust 18, 2016
12. Efficient relocation schemes in car-sharing systemsLUTSAugust 18, 2016
13. Observing traffic congestion propagation from a macroscopic perspectiveLUTSAugust 18, 2016
Analysis of traffic conditions with GPS 14. dataLUTSAugust 18, 2016
15. Future smart intersection: Could automated vehicles improve mobility in cities?LUTSAugust 18, 2016
16. Dynamic operation policies for autonomous dial-a-ride systemsLUTSAugust 18, 2016
19. Passenger’s connection time preferences in airline itinerary choiceTransp-orAugust 18, 2016
20. Modeling mode choices of highly-mobile individualsTransp-orAugust 18, 2016


  • Transportation Research
  • Operations Research
  • Discrete Choice Models


Modeling, optimization, simulation


  • Click on the project title to obtain the description.

  • After reading the description and possibly discuss with some other students, please register your preferences in the following doodle website:
  • Please express your interest for at least 3 projects. You can use Green color for your 1st choice and yellow for the 2nd or 3rd choice.
  • If you have already a partner for a project, please register together in one entry of doodle.
  • We would like to do the allocation before the final deadline that semester starts. Please submit your preferences by September 19th. We would appreciate not to directly register for ISA before we do the final allocation. For those of you that have already registered in ISA, please fill in the doodle as well.

  • Projects are sorted from the most recent to the oldest. It is possible that old projects may not be relevant anymore.
  • Projects can in general be calibrated to correspond to the number of credits required by your section.
  • Some projects can also be considered for the MSc thesis.