Researchers at the TU Delft, collaborating within the Transport Institute, take up today’s challenges by conducting fundamental and applied research. They work on themes including Connected and Automated Driving, Freight Transport and Logistics, Transport Policy and Behaviour, Public Transport, Railway Systems, Active Modes and Urban Mobility, Traffic Safety and Traffic Monitoring, Data Analysis and Modelling.

TUD-TI researchers work together with public and private partners including Amsterdam Institute of Advanced Metropolitan Solutions (AMS), Rotterdam – Den Haag transport authority (MRDH), the municipalities of Delft, Den Haag, Rotterdam and Amsterdam, TNO, the Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment, Rijkswaterstaat, Port of Rotterdam, ProRail, transport companies, consultancy firms, SME, and various universities of applied sciences.

LOC: Arjan van Binsbergen, Inge Snijder, Nicole Fontein

  • Ochtend programma: Fieke Beemster & DAVI Programma Riender Happee
  • Middagprogramma: Plenaire sessie gevolgd door 4 parallel sessies.

https://www.tudelft.nl/evenementen/2019/transport-institute/tracks-in-transport-2019/

 

  • June 11, 2019
    8:00 am - 5:00 pm
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Rotterdamseweg 272, Delft, Zuid-Holland, 2628 AT, Netherlands

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The atmosphere bubbles through the enormous atrium. With a lovely sun in the corner of your eye, you imagine yourself in an outdoor space. A space where ideas flourish.

The Boiler is also full of anticipation. A harbinger of things to come when it is the reception area for an event in the Central. Or a spectacular centerpiece of a show, at a party or festival. The striking monumental glass facade is a landmark for any party, conference or event. It proudly stands out amid the old factory buildings. Old water tanks are set up in a grand manner and accentuate the industrial character. A building you will not soon forget.