A. Meshkat (Amir), MSc
Traffic Network Management: Road traffic management is applied worldwide in order to reduce the adverse effects of road traffic. The measures applied, such as traffic signals and ramp metering, are still mostly local, whereas the problems they address, most notably the congestion problem, are network related. Therefore, currently, the big challenge in road traffic management is to manage traffic at the network level, and not just purely locally.
Dr. L. Gao (Liang)
My current research interest focuses on complex systems and system of systems (sos), including modeling and optimization of sos architecting. I am interested in how to design the complex systems or sos and how to optimize the designed proposal, including the optimization design of sos program and the study of the technical specifications of short boards for sos by considering the application of resources in the participatory systems.
S. Scepanovic (Sanja), MSc
With Dr. Warnier and Dr. Huang, we participate together in the EU project CIVIS and my visit to TU Delft is part of that collaboration. CIVIS explores possibilities for a sustainable smart energy system, as a socio-technical system. In particular, we ask what forms of innovation and efficiency can ICT-enabled energy communities bring in this socio-technical system? My doctoral thesis at Aalto University, Finland, focuses on social computing and different applications of data analytics, such as to human mobility, social networks and smart energy systems.