The following one-week course, taught by Professor Moshe Ben-Akiva and visiting lecturers, will be offered this summer at MIT.
Modeling and Simulation of Transportation Networks [1.10s]
July 27-31, 2009 | $2,900 | 2.9 CEUs
In-depth study of the most sophisticated transportation network modeling and simulation methods including: theory and applications of origin-destination estimation and prediction; traffic flow models and alternative simulation methods; dynamic traffic assignment methods; models of user behavior; public transportation models; equilibrium methods; calibration and validation; and real time systems.
One full-tuition fellowship will be awarded to an outstanding PhD student. Applications must contain a complete resume and a motivation of the relevance of the course for the applicant's research. The full-tuition fellowship will be awarded to the best applicant. Partial fellowships may be awarded to other outstanding applicants. Please contact Tina Xue at [log in to unmask], with any questions. Please forward this message to others who may be interested in these courses.