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  • ZEUS Webinar

    Due to the ongoing trend of urbanisation, the impact of supply deliveries on citizens and the city itself is increasing in terms of congestion, noise and emissions. Researching the use case of off peak deliveries together with silent solutions for transportation and load handling, a guideline is being developed on how to improve the liveability in urban areas, without compromising efficiency.

  • PhD defence Can Yang

    On 16 december CAN YANG will defend his PhD work in the field of Geoinformatics, titled ‘Efficient Map Matching and Discovery of Frequent and Dominant Movement Patterns in GPS Trajectory Data’. The public defence can be attended via Zoom, starting 13.00. Due to the current situation, the event for the wider audience is online only.

  • Transportation Research Lab gets a new partner

    Previously Integrated Transport Research Lab (ITRL), linked to KTH Machine Design, has embarked on a collaborative project with Scania regarding the future transport sector. Now another participant has decided to take part in this cooperation.

  • KTH Drive - a research project to stimulate public transportation

    Among other things, the project seeks to determine whether access to electric cars at work can attract people to leave their cars at home and instead use public transportation.

  • ITRL in Aftonbladet TV

    Peter Georén, Project Manager of ITRL (Integrated Transport Research Lab) which is a competence centre connected to MMK, has recently appeared in Aftonbladet TV.

  • Integrated Transport Research Labs (ITRL) Summer Scholarship 2015

    The Competence Centre Integrated Transport Research Lab (ITRL), connected to KTH Machine Design, hereby announces scholarships to promote studies in ”Sustainable Transport Solutions”.

  • Seminar on Methods for Managing Deep Uncertainty in Planning for Sustainable Transport: Results from MUST phase 1

    The MUST project explores methods like Decision Making under Deep Uncertainty (DMDU) and Exploratory Modeling and Analysis (EMA) to complement traditional planning in the transport sector. In this seminar, we'll share Phase 1 findings, including a literature review on uncertainty in transport planning, insights from workshops, and a case study applying DMDU methods. Join us for a straightforward discussion and a Q&A session.

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