Gabriel Tilg


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ETH M.Sc. Gabriel Tilg

Research Focus

  • Modelling, simulation and design of multimodal transport systems
  • Traffic flow theory
  • Macroscopic traffic modelling

Curriculum Vitae

Work experience

since 2017 Technical University of Munich
Chair of Traffic Engineering and Control
Researcher
2014 - 2017 Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich
Institute for Transport Planning and Systems
Student Assistant

Education

2017 M.Sc. in Civil Engineering
Field of study: Transport systems and geotechnical engineering
Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich
2013 B.Sc. in Civil Engineering
Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich

Teaching

  • Lecture "Traffic Flow Simulation" (SS 2018)
  • Exercise for lecture "Traffic Flow Models" (since WS 2018/19)

Publications

  • Tilg, Gabriel; Amini, Sasan; Busch, Fritz: Evaluation of analytical approximation methods for the macroscopic fundamental diagram. Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies 114, 2020, 1-19 more…
  • Dandl, Florian; Tilg, Gabriel; Rostami-Shahrbabaki, Majid; Bogenberger, Klaus: Network Fundamental Diagram Based Routing of Vehicle Fleets in Dynamic Traffic Simulations. IEEE Access, 2020 more…
  • Amini, S.; Tilg, G.; Busch, F.: Macroscopic Traffic Dynamics in Urban Networks during Incidents. 99th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board (TRB 2020), 2020 more…
  • Amini, Sasan; Tilg, Gabriel; Busch, Fritz: Calibration of mesoscopic simulation models for urban corridors based on the macroscopic fundamental diagram. hEART 2019: 8th Symposium of the European Association for Research in Transportation, 2019 more…
  • Amini, Sasan; Tilg, Gabriel; Tekin, Ahmet Cagri; Tiddi, Daniele; Busch, Fritz: Automatic calibration of the link fundamental diagram for macroscopic traffic simulation models. mobil.TUM2019, 2019 more…
  • Tilg, Gabriel; Amini, Sasan; Busch, Fritz: Arterial Macroscopic Fundamental Diagram: A Comparison of Analytical Approximations and Empirical Data from Munich. 98th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board (TRB 2019), 2019 more…
  • Tilg, Gabriel; Yang, Kaidi; Menendez, Monica: Bewertung der Auswirkungen von automatisierten Fahrzeugen auf die Kapazität von Verflechtungszonen auf Autobahnen. Strasse und Verkehr 104 (11), 2018, 23-27 more…
  • Amini, Sasan; Tilg, Gabriel: Estimating the Effects of Temporary Bottlenecks on the Capacity of Urban Arterial: An MFD-approach. 7th Symposium of the European Association for Research in Transportation (hEART 2018), 2018 more…
  • Tilg, Gabriel: Urban Traffic Control: Current Research Perspectives at the Chair of Traffic Engineering and Control at TUM. IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Conference, 2018Presented in the workshop "Integrated Urban Roadway Control – Contemporary and Future Solutions" more…
  • Amini, Sasan; Tilg, Gabriel; Busch, Fritz: Evaluating the Impact of Real-time Traffic Control Measures on the Resilience of Urban Road Networks. 2018 21st International Conference on Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITSC), 2018 more…
  • Tilg, Gabriel; Yang, Kaidi; Menendez, Monica: Evaluating the Effects of Automated Vehicle Technology on the Capacity of Freeway Weaving Sections. Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies (96), 2018, 3-21 more…
  • Tilg, G.: The Effects of Automated Vehicle Technology on the Capacity of Weaving Sections. Master thesis, 2017 more…

Supervised Theses

  • Reichert, Max: Data-driven analysis of the planning process of demand-responsive public transport system in rural areas. Master Thesis. Start: 1.6.2019; End: 30.11.2019. Mentoring: Dr. Tsakarestos, Tilg. Abstract.
  • Tekin, Ahmed: Data-driven calibration of the fundamental diagram for real-time traffic simulation models. Master Thesis. Start: 15.10.2018; End: 14.4.2019. Mentoring: Amini, Tilg. Abstract.
  • Vo, Minh: Implementation of a vehicle redistribution algorithm for Mobility-On-Demand fleets according predicted travel demand. Master Thesis. Start: 1.9.2018; End: 22.3.2019. Mentoring: Dr. Tsakarestos, Tilg. Abstract.
  • Musaku, Sonja: Data-driven analysis of public transport. Bachelor Thesis. Start: 1.5.2019; End: 30.9.2019. Mentoring: Tilg, Dr. Tsakarestos. Abstract.
  • Brodersen, Joel: Evaluation of the Hyperloop Concept From a Transport Engineering Perspective: State of Research Analysis. Bachelor Thesis. Start: 3.5.2019; End: 25.9.2019. Mentoring: Tilg, Dr. Tsakarestos. Abstract.
  • Scheer, Julian: Demand-responsive transport in Germany: overview and success factors. Bachelor Thesis. Start: 19.5.2019; End: 23.9.2019. Mentoring: Tilg, Dr. Tsakarestos. Abstract.
  • Mehlstäubler, Katharina: Agent-based modelling of transport in rural areas with a disperse settlement structure: A case study for the district of Wunsiedel im Fichtelgebirge. Study Project. Mentoring: Tilg, Dr. Tsakarestos.
  • Reichert, Max: GIS-based Analysis of Mobility and Accessibility in Rural Areas. Study Project. Mentoring: Tilg, Dr. Tsakarestos.
  • Shoman, Maged: Agent-based modelling of transport in rural with a regional centre: A case study for the district of Hof and the city of Hof. Study Project. Mentoring: Tilg, Amini, Dr. Tsakarestos.