Martin Margreiter


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M.Sc. Martin Margreiter

Research Focus

  • Traffic condition and incident detection
  • Stationary travel time measurement
  • VehicleToX-Communication and their effects on driver and traffic
  • (extended) Floating Vehicle Data
  • Connected Mobility and Cooperative Systems
  • Driver Assistance Systems
  • Automated Driving

Curriculum Vitae

Work experience

since 2018EIT Urban Mobility, Barcelona & Munich
Director Innovation Hub Central
since 2016

MobilityPartners
Consulting, engineering and innovation (www.mobility-partners.com)
Partner

since 2013German Institute of Science and Technology (GIST), Singapore
Lecturer
since 2010Technical University of Munich
Chair of Traffic Engineering and Control
Researcher
2016California Polytechnic State University (CalPoly), San Luis Obispo, California, USA.
Guest Researcher
2007 - 2010       Technical University of Munich
Chair of Computation in Engineering
Student assistant and tutor
2007 - 2010Siemens AG,Department Corporate Technology, Global Technology
Field "Modeling – Simulation – Optimization", Munich
Working student position

Education

2010M.Sc. in Civil Engineering
Field of study: Transportation
Technical University of Munich
2009B.Sc. in Civil Engineering
Field of study: Transportation
Technical University of Munich

Teaching

  • Project Course Transportation Systems (3rd semester, Master Transportation Systems, WS 10/11)
  • Überfachliche Qualifikation "Verkehr Aktuell" (Bachelor Civil/Environmental Engineering, WS 10/11 to SS 13)
  • Lecture "Verkehrstechnik 1" (1st semester, Master Civil Engineering, WS 10/11 to SS 13)
  • Lecture "Verkehrstechnik 2" (2nd semester, Master Civil Engineering, SS 11 to SS 13)
  • Lecture "Traffic Flow" (1st semester, Master Transportation Systems, WS 10/11 to SS 13)
  • Vertiefer-Excursion to Berlin and Leipzig (1st semester, Master Transportation Systems, Master Civil Engineering, WS 10/11 to SS 13)
  • Lecture "Traffic Flow Models" (1st semester, Master Transportation Systems, WS 13/14 to WS 16/17)
  • Lecture "Modellierung des Verkehrsablaufs" (1st semester, Master Civil Engineering, WS 13/14 to WS 16/17)
  • „Transportation Systems in Germany“ (2nd semester, Master Transportation Systems, Master Civil Engineering, SS 14 to SS 15)
  • Lecture “Transportation Modeling and Simulation Tools” (2nd semester, Master Transport&Logistics TUM Asia, Singapore, since SS 14)
  • Lecture “Traffic Operation and Control – ITS” (2nd semester, Master Transport&Logistics TUM Asia, Singapore, since SS 14)
  • Lecture „Traffic Flow Simulation“ (2nd semester, Master Transportation Systems, Master Civil Engineering, SS 15 to SS16)
  • Guest Lecture “CE 423 Intelligent Transportation Systems” (Postgraduate Level, Master Civil Engineering, California Polytechnic State University, USA, SS 16)
  • Guest Lecture “CE 527 Sustainable Mobility” (Postgraduate Level, Master Civil Engineering, California Polytechnic State University, USA, SS 16)
  • Guest Lecture “CE 529 Modelling and Simulation” (Postgraduate Level, Master Civil Engineering, California Polytechnic State University, USA, SS 16)

Membership in Related Professional Organizations

  • CAR 2 CAR Communication Consortium
  • FGSV Arbeitskreis AK 3.10.5 "Verfahren zum Data Mining in Verkehrsmanagement und Verkehrsplanung
  • Supervisory board research project “Determination of optimization potentials of existing and future motorway control systems” of the German Federal Highway Research Institute (BASt)
  • Supervisory board research project “Comparison of detectors for the traffic data acquisition at signalized intersections” of the German Federal Highway Research Institute (BASt)
  • World Conference on Transport Research Society (WCTRS)
  • Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE), Cal Poly Chapter, Central Coast Section
  • PIARC World Road Association, Technical Committee B1 “Road Network Operations and ITS”

Publications

  • Margreiter, M.; Busch, F.; Carstensen, C.: The Evolution of Bluetooth Detection Rates. Transportation Research Board, 2019 more…
  • Margreiter, M.: Bluetooth Technology for Motorway Management and Motorway Technology. PIARC International Seminar on Integrated Road Transport and Mobility, 2018 more…
  • Margreiter, M.; Busch, Fritz: Bluetooth Detection as a Low Cost Data Source for Freeway Management. PIARC International Seminar on Integrated Road Transport and Mobility, 2018 more…
  • Margreiter, M.; Imhof, H.; Grosanic, S.; Motamedidehkordi, N.: Effects of Short-Term Lane Closures on Traffic Flow of Freeways. Transportation Research Board 96th Annual Meeting Compendium of Papers, Transportation Research Board, 2017 more…
  • Purser, K.; Bertini, R.; Pande, A.; Margreiter, M.: Exploring Reliability Metrics as Arterial Performance Thresholds Using High Resolution Bluetooth Travel Time Data. Transportation Research Board 96th Annual Meeting , 2017 more…
  • Orfanou; F.; Margreiter, M.; Mayer, P.; Alpas, M.; Vlahogianni, E.: Driver’s Willingness to Use Parking Assistance Tools and their Expectations: A Case Study for the Cities of Munich and Athens. 8th International Congress on Transportation Research, 2017 more…
  • Motamedidehkordi, N.; Margreiter, M.; Hoffmann, S.; Busch, F.: Implications of Automated Vehicles on Freeway Safety and Operations. ITS World Congress 2017, 2017 more…
  • Motamedidehkordi, N.; Margreiter, M.; Hoffmann, S.; Busch, F.: Impacts of Automated Vehicles on Operational and Safety Performance of Freeway Traffic Flow. Transportation Research Board 96th Annual Meeting, 2017 more…
  • Motamedidehkordi, N.; Margreiter, M.; Benz, T.: Shockwave Suppression by Vehicle-to-Vehicle Communication. Transportation Research Procedia 15, 2016 more…
  • Margreiter, M.: Automatic Incident Detection Based on Bluetooth Detection in Northern Bavaria. Transportation Research Procedia 15, 2016 more…
  • Riggins, G.; Bertini, R.L.; Ackaah, W.; Margreiter, M.: Evaluation of Driver Compliance to Displayed Variable Advisory Speed Limit Systems: Comparison between Germany and the U.S. Transportation Research Procedia 15, 2016 more…
  • Karakikes, I.; Spangler, M.; Margreiter, M.: Motorway Network Simulation Using Bluetooth Data. Transport and Telecommunication Journal 17 (3), 2016, 242-251 more…
  • Wagner, P.; Niepold, R.; Gabloner, S.; Margreiter, M.: Analyzing Human Driving Data - An Approach Motivated by Data Science Methods. Journal Chaos, Solitons & Fractals, 2016 more…
  • Karatsoli, M.; Margreiter, M.; Spangler, M.: Simulation-based Performance Test of Incident Detection Algorithms Using Bluetooth Measurements. Transport and Telecommunication Journal 17 (4), 2016, 267-273 more…
  • Margreiter, M.; Orfanou, F.; Mayer, P.: Determination of the Parking Place Availability Using Manual Data Collection Enriched by Crowdsourced In-Vehicle Data. 14th World Conference on Transport Research, 2016 more…
  • Karatsoli, M.; Margreiter, M.; Spangler, M.: Bluetooth-based Travel Times for Automatic Incident Detection – A Systematic Description of the Characteristics for Traffic Management Purposes. 3rd Conference on Sustainable Urban Mobility (CSUM), 2016 more…
  • Karakikes, I.; Spangler, M.; Margreiter, M.: Designing a Vissim-Model for a Motorway Network with Systematic Calibration on the Basis of Travel Time Measurements. 3rd Conference on Sustainable Urban Mobility (CSUM), 2016 more…
  • Margreiter, M.: Fast and Reliable Determination of the Traffic State Using Bluetooth Detection on German Freeways. 14th World Conference on Transport Research, 2016 more…
  • Margreiter, M.; Hoffmann, S.: Virtuelles Regionsmodell - Potenziale und Möglichkeiten für die Mobilität von morgen. 3rd Virtual Innovation Forum, 2016 more…
  • Margreiter, M.: "Mobilität und Verkehr - Potentiale der Verknüpfung mit Virtuellen Stadtmodellen ". 5. Forum Digitale Städte, 2016 more…
  • Motamedidehkordi, N.; Margreiter, M.; Benz, T.: Effects of Connected Highly Automated Vehicles on the Propagation of Congested Patterns on Freeways. Transportation Research Board 95th Annual Meeting , 2016 more…
  • Motamedidehkordi, N.; Margreiter, M.; Benz, T.: Shockwave Analysis on Motorways and Possibility of Damping by Autonomous Vehicles. Advanced Microsystems for Automotive Applications 2015 - Smart Systems for Green and Automated Driving, Springer Lecture Notes in Mobility, 2015 19th International Forum, 19 more…
  • Motamedidehkordi, N.; Margreiter, M.; Benz, T.: Shockwave Analysis on Motorways and Possibility of Damping by C2X Applications. mobil.TUM 2015 International Scientific Conference, 2015Technologies, Solutions and Perspectives for Intelligent Transport Systems more…
  • Margreiter, M,; Mayer, P.; Orfanou, F.: A Concept for Crowdsourcing of In-Vehicle Data to Improve Urban On-Street Parking. mobil.TUM 2015 International Scientific Conference, 2015Technologies, Solutions and Perspectives for Intelligent Transport Systems, 8 more…
  • Margreiter, M.: Analyse, Evaluation und Prognose - Potenziale der Simulation für die Region 4.0. 2. Virtual Innovation Forum, 2015 more…
  • Margreiter, M.; Spangler, M.; Zeh, T.; Carstensen, C.: Bluetooth-Measured Travel Times for Dynamic Re-Routing. Annual International Conference on ACE 2015 Singapore, 2015 more…
  • Margreiter, M.; Twaddle, H.; Lüßmann, J.; Krause, S.: Evaluation of Environmental Impacts of Adaptive Network Signal Controls Based on Real Vehicle Trajectories. Transportation Research Procedia, Volume 4, Elsevier, 2014, 15 more…
  • Schimandl, F.; Margreiter, M.; Baur, M.; Gabloner, S.; Hoffmann, S.; simTD-Konsortium: simTD - Deliverable D43.1: Bericht über die Ergebnisse von Simulationen und Feldversuch. Im Auftrag des BMWi, BMBF und BMVBS, 2013, more…
  • Schimandl, F.; Baur, M.; Hoffmann, S.; Gabloner, S.; Margreiter, M.: Effects of Cooperative Systems on Traffic Safety and Efficiency – Results of the German simTD-Project. mobil.TUM 2013, 2013International Scientific Conference on Mobility and Transport more…
  • Baur, M.; Schimandl, F.; Gabloner, S.; Margreiter, M.; Hoffmann, S.: An Integrated Approach to the Traffic Efficiency Impact Evaluation of Cooperative Systems in FOTs and Traffic Simulation. 19th ITS World Congress, 22. - 26. October 2012, 2012 more…
  • Totzke, I.; Margreiter, M.; Müller, J.; Schimandl, F.; simTD-Konsortium: simTD - Deliverable D41.2: Versuchsplan V2.0. Im Auftrag des BMWi, BMBF und BMVBS, 2011, more…
  • Margreiter, M.: Reisezeitberechnung und Störungserkennung mit Bluetooth-Kennungen. Master thesis, 2010 more…
  • Margreiter, M.: Zugangssysteme auf Baustellen als Bestandteil des Informationsmanagements – 18. In: Zimmermann, J. (Ed.): Unternehmeringenieur in der Bauwirtschaft. Schriftenreihe des Lehrstuhls für Bauprozessmanagement und Immobilienentwicklung, 2010, 18.1-18.10 more…
  • Margreiter, M.: Visualisierung und Aufbereitung von Gebäudestrukturen für Personenstromsimulationen. Bachelor thesis, 2008 more…

Supervised Theses

  • Yeola, Pooja: Impact of Connected and Autonomous Vehicles (CAVs) on the Urban Road Network Performance of Singapore. Master Thesis. Start: 30.10.2018; End: 29.4.2019. Mentoring: Margreiter. Abstract.
  • Hariharan, Supraja: Implementation of an Algorithm for Ride-Sharing in an Autonomous Mobility-on-Demand System. Master Thesis. Start: 1.8.2018; End: 31.1.2019. Mentoring: Margreiter. Abstract.
  • Ilic, Mario: A Technical Comparison of Different Types of Sensor Technologies for Local Detection of Traffic Data at Signalized Intersections. Mentoring: Margreiter.
  • Pukhova, Alona: Data analysis and evaluation of the historic trends of vehicle equipment rates with Bluetooth devices for segment-based traffic data acquisition (Master EE-12 Cr). Study Project. Mentoring: Margreiter.
  • Neubauer, Nina: Analysis of traffic incidents on the Bavarian federal freeway network using radio-based detection of individual vehicles (Master EE-12 Cr). Study Project. Mentoring: Margreiter.
  • Bezjak, Stefanie: Aufbau einer „intelligenten“ zukunftssicheren und performanten Datenbank – Sichtung und Zusammenführung unterschiedlichster Daten für IVS auf Autobahnen. Master Thesis. Start: 10.2.2017; End: 9.8.2017. Mentoring: Dr. Spangler, Margreiter. Abstract.
  • Ranz, Alexandra: Microscopic traffic simulation and analysis of the external effects generated from guided parking search traffic. Master Thesis. Start: 1.8.2016; End: 31.1.2017. Mentoring: Margreiter, Dr. Hoffmann. Abstract.
  • Helmis, Laura: Evaluation of the Traffic-related Impacts of Filling and Emptying of Audi Car Parks on the Traffic Network in Ingolstadt-North. Master Thesis. Start: 4.5.2016; End: 3.11.2016. Mentoring: Dr. Hoffmann, Margreiter. Abstract.
  • Yasin, Muhammad: Scalable Simulation of the Filling and Emptying of a Car Park – by the Example of a Large Audi Car Park in Ingolstadt. Master Thesis. Start: 21.4.2016; End: 20.10.2016. Mentoring: Dr. Hoffmann, Margreiter. Abstract.
  • Lu, Jason: Simulative Analysis of Various Traffic Management Strategies for the Traffic Generated at the End of Shifts at Audi in Ingolstadt. Master Thesis. Start: 21.4.2016; End: 18.10.2016. Mentoring: Dr. Hoffmann, Margreiter. Abstract.
  • Dabbas, Hekmat: Simulation-based evaluation of a new method to improve the real time Origin-Demand matrix estimation using Floating Car Data. Master Thesis. Start: 1.4.2016; End: 30.9.2016. Mentoring: Dr. Hoffmann, Margreiter. Abstract.
  • Reichert, Max: Quality Indicators for Detectors at Traffic Signals. Bachelor Thesis. Start: 16.11.2015; End: 12.7.2016. Mentoring: Dr. Spangler, Margreiter. Abstract.
  • Speth, Carolin: Bluetooth Sensing and its Application in in the Field of Transportation – Implementations, Research Projects and Research Ideas. Bachelor Thesis. Start: 15.11.2015; End: 14.4.2016. Mentoring: Margreiter. Abstract.
  • Durner, Alexander: On-board Sensors for latest Driver Assistant Systems and Highly Automated Vehicles. Bachelor Thesis. Start: 15.10.2015; End: 14.3.2016. Mentoring: Margreiter, Krause. Abstract.
  • Dietrich, Hanna: Current Use of Detection Technologies based on WiFi and Bluetooth Sensing in the Field of Transportation. Bachelor Thesis. Start: 15.10.2015; End: 14.3.2016. Mentoring: Margreiter. Abstract.
  • Armas Guadalupe, Isabel: Estimation of the Traffic State on a Multisensor Basis Using a Kalman Filter. Master Thesis. Start: 30.6.2015; End: 21.12.2015. Mentoring: Kaths, Margreiter. Abstract.
  • Karatsoli, Maria: Bluetooth-based travel times for automatic incident detection – A systematic description of the characteristics for traffic management purposes. Master Thesis. Start: 1.5.2015; End: 30.11.2015. Mentoring: Dr. Spangler, Margreiter. Abstract.
  • Karakikes, Ioannis: Designing a VISSIM-Model for a Motorway Network with systematic Calibration on the Basis of Travel Time Measurements. Master Thesis. Start: 1.5.2015; End: 30.11.2015. Mentoring: Dr. Spangler, Margreiter, Chatzipanagiotidou. Abstract.
  • Orozco Idrobo, Ana Maria: Extension of the Geospatial Data Abstraction Library (GDAL/OGR) for OpenDRIVE Support in GIS Applications for Visualisation and Data Accumulation for Driving Simulators. Master Thesis. Start: 29.6.2015; End: 11.12.2015. Mentoring: Margreiter. Abstract.
  • Riggins, Gary: Analysis of driver compliance to displayed Variable Advisory Speed signs along Highway 217 in Portland, Oregon. Master Thesis. Start: 12.5.2015; End: 21.9.2015. Mentoring: Margreiter. Abstract.
  • Krause, Sabine: Applicability of Traffic Simulation as Contribution to the Development of Driver Assistance Systems. Master Thesis. Start: 22.9.2014; End: 8.4.2015. Mentoring: Margreiter, Dr. Baur. Abstract.
  • Motamedidehkordi, Nassim: Analysis of Shockwaves on Motorways and Possibilities for Damping by C2X Applications. Master Thesis. Start: 31.10.2014; End: 27.4.2015. Mentoring: Margreiter. Abstract.
  • Aydogdu, Sibel: Literature review on state of the art of Bluetooth sensors for traffic engineering. Bachelor Thesis. Start: 21.7.2015; End: 21.12.2015. Mentoring: Margreiter. Abstract.
  • Kirn, Frieder: Literature review on state of the art of WLAN/WiFi sensors for traffic engineering. Bachelor Thesis. Start: 1.5.2015; End: 30.9.2015. Mentoring: Margreiter. Abstract.
  • Veit, Lukas: State of the art of Highly Automated Vehicles – worldwide analysis with special focus on USA, Europe and Japan. Bachelor Thesis. Start: 20.4.2015; End: 30.7.2015. Mentoring: Dr. Spangler, Margreiter. Abstract.
  • Berger, Lukas: Evaluation of Available Advanced Driver Assistance Systems Supporting the Driver when Searching for a Parking Place. Bachelor Thesis. Start: 31.10.2015; End: 31.3.2015. Mentoring: Margreiter, Orfanou. Abstract.
  • Stamatakis, Ioannis: Traffic Signal Prediction and Analysis of the Related Data Availability and Usability for Different Types of Traffic Signal Assistance Services. Master Thesis. Start: 2.6.2014; End: 21.11.2014. Mentoring: Margreiter. Abstract.
  • Stjepanovic, Benjamin: Design, Implementation and Evaluation of an ANPR Measurement Concept on Motorways. Master Thesis. Start: 2.6.2014; End: 3.11.2014. Mentoring: Margreiter. Abstract.
  • Höbel, Melanie: Comparison of different models for determining the traffic state. Bachelor Thesis. Start: 7.11.2013; End: 7.4.2014. Mentoring: Margreiter. Abstract.
  • Orfanou, Foteini: Comparison of travel time measurements from different stationary and link-based detectors. Master Thesis. Start: 8.5.2013; End: 6.11.2013. Mentoring: Margreiter, Rascher. Abstract.
  • Imhof, Harald: Impacts of short-term lane closures on the traffic flow on motorways. Master Thesis. Start: 2.5.2013; End: 18.10.2013. Mentoring: Margreiter. Abstract.
  • Armas Guadalupe, Francisco: Analysis of the correlation of distinct precipitation events and the traffic flow. Master Thesis. Start: 12.11.2012; End: 12.3.2013. Mentoring: Grosanic, Margreiter. Abstract.
  • Qi, Pan: Calculation of macroscopic traffic flow parameters from samples of measured Bluetooth data. Master Thesis. Start: 15.10.2012; End: 7.3.2013. Mentoring: Margreiter, Schimandl. Abstract.
  • Pürckhauer, Sophie: Identification of specific sensor parameters and characteristics of Bluetooth detectors. Bachelor Thesis. Start: 2.5.2013; End: 19.9.2013. Mentoring: Margreiter, Schimandl. Abstract.
  • Bachmann, Frederik: Bluetooth-Sensors for measuring traffic flow - Developing Sensors as well as Designing and Carrying out field tests. Bachelor Thesis. Start: 2.5.2013; End: 20.9.2013. Mentoring: Dr. Spangler, Margreiter. Abstract.
  • Qi, Pan: Überblick über Smartphone-Applikationen zur Fahrerunterstützung im Individualverkehr. Study Project. Mentoring: Margreiter.
  • Cheng, Runlei: Evaluation of new detectors by automatic data comparison with reference detectors. Master Thesis. Start: 1.6.2011; End: 16.9.2011. Mentoring: Margreiter.