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Firsts Annual Training Seminar on SmaLog issues (Batumi, 11-15.09.2018)

On 13-th – 14th September 2018 at Batumi State Maritime Academy in Batumi, Georgia held 1st Annual Training Seminar on SmaLog issues (WP 4.5), which is carried out as part of the Erasmus+ KA2 program.

Participants listened Modules according to SmaLog Program by leading Professors from EU countries:

  • Model Applications and Transportation Systems Engineering: Some Areas of Application (e.g. Strategic Planning, Feasibility Studies, Tactical Planning, Operations Management Programs). Transportation Systems: identification of its components. Origin-destination matrices and examples of demand surveys Antonio COMI, University of Rome Tor Vergata);
  • Elements of transportation system optimization (including basic elements of graph theory) – Norbert GRUENWALD, Hochschule Wismar and Prof. Manfred AHN, Hochschule Wismar;
  • Shortest path search and routing – Norbert GRUENWALD, Hochschule Wismar and Prof. Manfred AHN, Hochschule Wismar;
  • Perspectives of goods delivery in East–West connection – Aleksander SLADKOWSKI, Silesian University of Technology;
  • To the issue of dissemination of knowledge in the field of logistics in modern scientific publications – Aleksander SLADKOWSKI, Silesian University of Technology;
  • Demand models and elements of discrete choice models. Example of demand modelling system (e.g. purchase demand) – Antonio COMI, University of Rome Tor Vergata;
  • Urban Goods Flow Modelling – Agostino NUZZOLO, University of Rome Tor Vergata;
  • Transportation supply models (road networks and transit systems – line-based) –
    Umberto CRISALLI, University of Rome Tor Vergata;
  • Modelling transportation systems: why and how? Elements of modelling transport – land use interaction – Agostino NUZZOLO, University of Rome Tor Vergata;
  • Elements of models for traffic assignment to transportation networks road networks and transit systems – line-based – Umberto CRISALLI, University of Rome Tor Vergata.

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