On Wednesday 7th June, the LICIT organizes, in collaboration with TUBA-Lyon, the LICIT Seminar-Day, a special event for all its researchers, PhD students, postdocs and engineers to brainstorm on traffic-related research, vulgarize its activities, and discuss new topics, trends or ideas that can stimulate our future research.
We are glad to invite Lyon citizens to participate to this event!
The LICIT Seminar-Day will be held on Wednesday 7th June, at the TUBA place in Part Dieu (1 Place Charles Béraudier, 69003 Lyon).
The choice of the TUBA place is not random: the lab will dedicate a part of the day (from 11h30 to 14h00) to meet people from the city and discuss with them our research related to traffic modelling, traffic control, smart mobility, autonomous vehicles, etc. We will also enjoy collecting people’s experiences, feedbacks, expectations on traffic and mobility-related issues.
Researchers from the LICIT will discuss several themes related to transportation:
- Comment mesure-t-on le trafic routier ? (Christine BUISSON)
- La régulation des vitesses sur autoroute (Aurélien DURET)
- La ville et les déplacements à partir de données mobiles (Angelo FURNO)
- Modéliser la dynamique des mobilités dans les grandes villes (Ludovic LECLERCQ)
- Couloirs de bus intermittents (Nicolas CHIABAUT)
- Véhicules automatisés, véhicules connectés : quels impacts sur la circulation de demain ? (Nour-Eddin EL FAOUZI)
- Les logiciels de simulation de trafic (Cécile BECARIE)
During the morning (9h30-11h15), we will also host two keynotes, the first one from Hervé Rivano (AGORA Team, INRIA) and the second one from Pierre Bognart (SiSyPhe Team, ENS Lyon-CNRS).
The keynotes are mainly addressed to the LICIT members (Researchers, PhDs, Master Students, etc.) and are expected to present the state-of-the-art in research topics not necessarily related to transportation but with potential immediate or future applications to the field.
The full program of the event is available here.
The flyer is here.