Special Issue "Mathematical Methods, Models and Algorithms for Smart, Sustainable and Secure Mobility"
A special issue of Applied Sciences (ISSN 2076-3417).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 July 2020).
Interests: transportation planning; travel demand modelling; discrete choice modelling; innovative technologies market penetration; static traffic assignment; signal setting design; passengers/freight terminal simulation; intelligent transportation system; environmental assessment of transportation systems
Special Issues and Collections in MDPI journals
Interests: Driving Behaviour; Connected and Autonomous Vehicles;Intelligent Transportation Systems; Smart Roads; Smart Cities
Interests: Traffic flow modelling; Urban Traffic Control; Traffic Management; Intelligent Transportation Systems; travel demand modelling
Transportation engineering is a broad disciplinary research field in applied sciences that studies various and numerous problems related to the planning, design, management, and control of transportation systems. In this context, several problems can be formulated and solved with mathematical, statistical, optimization, and technological tools; this research field is often multidisciplinary, involving physics, mathematical, environmental, energetic, and human behavioral aspects.
This Special Issue wants to contribute to this wide research field, urging submissions of high-quality papers in the following topics:
Transport modeling and control
Demand modeling and travel behavior
Model calibration and simulation
Dynamic network modeling
Simulation and optimization of transportation systems
Control and management of transportation systems
Traffic flow modeling and short-term predictions
Vehicle routing and route planning
Human factors, minds, and cognition
Energy consumption and emission modeling
Transportation Planning and operation
Rail operations and management
Multimodal transportation and terminals
Airport and air transport operations
Port and maritime operations
Land use and transport interactions
Mobility as a Service
Smart cities and smart mobility
Urban mobility innovations
Data collection methods for passenger and freight
Interoperability and interconnection of transport systems
Automated and intelligent Vehicles
ITS and big data
Traveler information systems
Connected Freight Electromobility
Applications of IoT to transportation
Prof. Stefano De Luca
Prof. Luigi Pariota
Prof. Roberta Di Pace
Manuscript Submission Information
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- Keywords: supply models
- demand models
- simulation of transportation systems
- transportation system performance
- transportation network design problem
- optimization problems for transportation systems
- freight transportation
- intelligent transportation systems (ITS)