1st Annual Training Seminar on SmaLog issues (WP 4.5) («SmaLog» Erasmus+/КА2)

19 Sep 2018, 14:19
Department of Transport Technologies, Lviv Polytechnic

On 13th – 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.

The meeting was attended by representatives of Lviv Politechnic National University (Mykola Zhuk, Volodymyr Kovalyshyn, Volodymyr Hilevych and Taras Postranskyy).

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 – Prof. Antonio Comi, University of Rome Tor Vergata);
  • Elements of transportation system optimization (including basic elements of graph theory) – Prof. Norbert Gruenwald, Hochschule Wismar and Prof. Manfred AHN, Hochschule Wismar;
  • Shortest path search and routing – Prof. Norbert Gruenwald, Hochschule Wismar and Prof. Manfred Ahn, Hochschule Wismar;
  • Perspectives of goods delivery in East–West connection – Prof. Aleksander Sladkowski, Silesian University of Technology;
  • To the issue of dissemination of knowledge in the field of logistics in modern scientific publications – Prof. Aleksander Sladkowski, Silesian University of Technology;
  • Demand models and elements of discrete choice models. Example of demand modelling system (e.g. purchase demand) – Prof. Antonio Comi, University of Rome Tor Vergata;
  • Urban Goods Flow Modelling – Prof. Agostino Nuzzolo, University of Rome Tor Vergata;
  • Transportation supply models (road networks and transit systems – line-based) – Prof. Umberto Crisalli, University of Rome Tor Vergata;
  • Modelling transportation systems: why and how? Elements of modelling transport – land use interaction – Prof. Agostino Nuzzolo, University of Rome Tor Vergata;
  • Elements of models for traffic assignment to transportation networks road networks and transit systems – line-based – Prof. Umberto Crisalli, University of Rome Tor Vergata.