Research

External Research Funding

  • Arranging funding from :
    • European Union (EU)
    • European Regional Developmment Fund (ERDF)
    • European Institute of Innovation and Technology, (EIT Digital)
    • Swedish Road Administration (SRA)
    • Transport Research Institute (TFK, Sweden)
    • Academy of Finland (AoF)
    • The Finnish Funding Agency for Innovation (TEKES)
    • Ministry of Transport and Communications (MinTC)
    • Finnish Transport Agency (FTA)
    • City of Helsinki (HKI)
    • Aalto energy efficiency program (AEF)
    • Aalto Multidisciplinary Institute of Digitalization and energy (MIDE)

Research Projects 2000-

  • Smart Junction project (HFF & RSM Ltd.)
  • Connected Car project (Henry Ford Foundation)
  • Last Mile – Mobility Services for Residents, Companies and Tourism (EU/EAKR/6Aika 2017-)
  • SOHJOA – New business opportunities enabled by autonomous last mile public transportation (EU/EAKR/6Aika 2016-)
  • MulSimCo – Multi-level Traffic Simulation with Cognitive basis (AoF 2014-)
  • TrafficSense – Energy Efficient Traffic with Crowdsensing (AEF 2013-)
  • Electric Trip Diary with automatic recognition of public transport
    (EIT Digital 2013)
  • Capacity assessment methods (Finnish Transport Agency, Ramboll Finland 2012-2013)
  • Light Energy – Efficient and Safe Traffic Environments (AEF 2012-)
  • eSINi – Electrical Vehicle (EV) Charging Infrastructure for Urban Environments (TEKES 2012-2013)
  • AALTO ITS-initiative (AALTO special funding, 2012-2013)
  • SIMBe – Smart Infrastructures for Electric Vehicles (TEKES 2010-2011)
  • 4D-space – Intelligent and learning 4D-space (MIDE 2009-)
  • KAVERI – Sustainable market places in the networked city (TEKES 2010-2012)
  • NANOSIM – Nanoscopic traffic simulation for traffic safety (Academy of Finland 2006-)
  • ICT3D – Transportation data acquisition with ITC-derived 3D modeling (Academy of Finland 2005-2006)
  • SIMUTRAF – Simulation of traffic model algorithms (Research school position 2005-2006)
  • ADAPTSIG – Weather adaptive signal control (2007)
  • ONNIMANNI I & II – Real time measurement of urban traffic performance (City of Helsinki 2005-2010 )
  • ONLINESIM – Real-time simulation in the Tuusula test area (Finnish Transport Agency 2005-2006)
  • FCDSIM – Use of floating car data in real-time traffic simulation (2005)
  • PROSIG – Simulation of signal controlled intersections with real-time traffic (2004)
  • DIGITRAFFIC – feasibility study (Ministry of Transport and Communications 2003)
  • HUTGIS – Planning a data-base model for real-time traffic situations (2003)
  • LILI – Link-based travel time estimation (2003)
  • CASIM – Modeling traffic situations with cellular automata (HUT 2002-2006)
  • HUTMAT – Automatic calibration of micro-simulation (HUT 2000-2003)
  • APGM – Simulation of Automated Persons and Goods Mover (HUT 2004)
  • ITSUPS – Integration of Traffic Simulation with Urban Planning System (2005)
  • AMPEL – Educational Traffic Simulation Game for Science Center (HUT 2004)
  • HUTBUS – Micro-scopic simulation of bus-line operation (HUT 2003)
  • FUZAREA – Area fuzzy signal control (HUT 2000-2004)
  • FUSICO2 – Development of Fuzzy signal controller (HUT 2002-2007)

International Research Co-operation

  • EU-COST-action TU1102:
    – ARTS – Towards Autonomic Road Transport Support Systems (2011-2015)
  • EU-COST-action TU0903:
    – MULTITUDE – Methods and tools for supporting the Use, caLibration and validaTIon of Traffic simUlation models (2010-2014)
  • European Institute of Innovation and Technology , EIT ICT-Labs
    – Action line: Intelligent Mobility and transportation Systems (2012-2013)
  • EU FP7
    – FOTsis – European Field Operational Test on Safe, Intelligent and Sustainable Road Operation (EU 2010-)
  • Los Alamos National Laboratories (1998-1999).
    – Development of TRANSIMS – Transportation Analysis and Simulation System
  • The Nottingham-Trent University (1997-1998).
    – Development of real-time simulation for traffic information services
  • Royal Institute of Technology (KTH)
    – MUSIG – MUlti-Objective Optimal SIGnal Control (2012-)
    – TPMA – Traffic Performance on Major Arterials (1996-2002)
    – SINDI – Safety INDIcators using traffic simulation (2000-2003)
  • Transport Forskning Komission (TFK)
    – INCOME – INtegration of signal COntrol with other Measures (1995)
    – PROMPT – Priority and Informatics for Public Transport (1994)
    – SOS – Self Optimising Signal Control (1993-1995)
    – GUTS – General Urban Traffic Simulator (1994-1996)
  • French Naval Acedamy (2004-2005)
    – Automatic calibration of micro-simulation
  • Ruhr University of Bochum (2000-2001)
    – HUTRUB – HUTsim RUral Road model for Both directions

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