The TUM - Chair of Transportation Engineering has gained new staff with the start of April. We have introduced our new employees to you in more detail on LinkedIn: Alexander Kutsch Frederik Bachmann Lisa... [more]

In the last weeks four journal articles were published by and in collaboration with TUM-VT: Calibrating the Wiedemann 99 Car-Following Model for Bicycle Traffic  -  Andreas Keler und Heather Kaths Optimal... [more]

The TUM - Chair of Traffic Engineering and Control has seen significant growth in staff over the last few weeks and months. We will introduce you to our new staff members in the next weeks on LinkedIn: Markus... [more]

What is congestion? [more]

At this year's TRB Conference, there are 12 accepted submissions from or involving the TUM - Chair of Traffic Engineering and Control. We are very much looking forward to the upcoming online conference!... [more]

We are very pleased to officially announce today that we have a new member in our TUM-VT PhD family. Congratulations Yingjie Wu! Hopefully we will see you again soon in Munich! [more]

With the BMVI-funded research project SAVeNow another flagship project is starting for the Chair of Traffic Engineering. Under the consortium leadership of Audi, SAVeNoW is researching a digital twin of urban... [more]

We are very pleased to be part of a new brochure of the City of Munich, called "Promotion of Electromobility - Projects on Education and Research in Munich". Our project Ride-Parcel-Pooling (p.14-15) serves to... [more]

Our Professor Klaus Bogenberger will take part in the discussion "Clean air for livable cities" on 17.12.2020. The event will be held virtually by Siemens Mobility and discuss environmentally sensitive traffic... [more]

On November 26, 2020, the project partners of @CITY presented the results so far in an online event. The sub-projects “Concepts and Pilot Applications” and “Interaction with Vulnerable Road Users” were presented... [more]