Mr. Ge received the BinN Research Award @ 16th Annual Behavioral Model Summer School 2017

[September 13, 2017].

Research Associate, Mr. Ge gave a presentation titled “Reservoir-based Surrogate Modeling of Dynamic Traffic Assignment” at the 16th Behavioral Modeling Summer School 2017 workshop and received the BinN research Award. The research aimed to reduce the computational load by performing the user equilibrium allocation on a macroscopic (area-based) rather than a link-based (microscopic) basis.

Reference WebPage: The University of Tokyo, Hato Lab (Twitter).


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