On November 28-30, 2017 the 1st Int. Railway Symposium Aachen will be held in Aachen.
We look forward to seeing you in Aachen.
You will find further information here.
The DFG has approved the Research Training Group "UNRAVEL – Uncertainty and Randomness in Algorithms, Verification, and Logic". Aim is the probabilistic modelling and analysis of uncertainty by developing new algorithms and verification techniques. The VIA covers the application areas safety, planning and capacity analysis.More information
Prof. Nießen puts on some music at around 23:00 on Friday June 30 at the Apollo. The event 14. Nacht der Professoren is organized by Studieren ohne Grenzen.
On behalf of DB Netz AG, a preliminary study was conducted to determine the cause-effect relationship between the use of financial resources and LuFV-relevant quality parameters. The next step is to deepen the gained knowledge within the scope of a main study and to depict it by means of a prototypical computational tool.
From March to May 2017, the institute for transport science conducts further training courses on "Planning", "Operation" and "Railway safety and signalling technology" for CFL employees.
Norman Weik won with his paper "A quasi-birth-and-death process approach for integrated capacity and reliability modeling of railway systems" the second price of the young researcher award at the International Conference on Railway Operations Modelling and Analysis (RailLille2017). Congratulations!
The Seedfund-Project "Capacity management of railway lines based on queuing theory and high-dimensional Markov-chains" in cooperation with Prof. Dr.-Ing. Anke Schmeink (ISEK) was completed succesfully.
The Youtube channel of the Faculty of Civil Engineering at RWTH Aachen University is online. This channel offers a variety of videos showing many facets of basic and current research in the area of Civil Engineering.
The Institute of Transport Science already published a video, more videos will follow
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