Masters' Theses

For students who remain within the planned timeline of the civil engineering, transportation systems or environmental engineering master program, the master's thesis will be completed in the 4th term.


Available Masters' Theses

  • Literature research towards data fusion techniques. Which methods are there and which can be best applied to traffic data?. Mentoring: Gabloner.
  • Development of a method to determine the variability of traffic actuated signal control. Mentoring: Kaths, Papapanagiotou.
  • Investigation of the „Grünpfeil“ (right turn on red) for bicycle traffic using a bicycle simulator. Mentoring: Twaddle, Grigoropoulos.
  • Simulative Analyse von Steuerungs- und Planungsszenarien im städtischen Hauptverkehrsstraßennetz. Mentoring: Dr. Spangler.
  • Road Traffic Noise Mapping Methods for Emission Estimation in Urban Areas. Mentoring: Celikkaya.
  • Analysis of the perception of driving situations in urban traffic. Mentoring: Krause.
  • Demand prediction for free-floating car-sharing: Munich case study. Mentoring: Amini.
  • Estimating Network Fundamental Diagram (NFD) using 3D vehicle trajectories. Mentoring: Amini.
  • Classification of models concerning speed-flow relationships in urban environments. Mentoring: Dr. Spangler.
  • Methods of quality assurance of the detection of traffic data in urban environments. Mentoring: Dr. Spangler.
  • Validation of a Bicycle Simulator for Traffic Research. Mentoring: Twaddle, Grigoropoulos.
  • Development of a traffic control principle for the integration of public transport prioritization and bicycle signal coordination. Mentoring: Grigoropoulos, Twaddle.
  • Evaluation of bicycle traffic prioritization in mixed traffic flow conditions. Mentoring: Grigoropoulos, Twaddle.
  • Possibilities of determining the capacity on motorways for changing weather conditions. Mentoring: Dr. Spangler.
  • Developement of a database schema for processing V2X based data containers. Mentoring: Gabloner.
  • Predicting the impacts of incidents on urban corridor. Mentoring: Amini.
  • Development of a methodology for travel time prediction in an urban network using heterogeneous traffic data. Mentoring: Grigoropoulos.
  • Analysis and modelling of bicyclist speeds using GPS data. Mentoring: Twaddle.
  • Sensitivity analysis of parameters in MARZ algorithms for traffic control on motorways. Mentoring: Gabloner.
  • Review of methods for bicycle movement data acquisition – positioning methods and methods for measuring behavioral aspects. Mentoring: Dr. Keler.
  • Evaluating the usage of the Microsoft Kinect sensor for the recognition of gestures in bicycle simulators. Mentoring: Dr. Keler.
  • Designing a methodology for automated acquisition of junctions and road intersections with road network data from OpenStreetMap. Mentoring: Dr. Keler.
  • The spatial components of bicycle movement simulations – a review of methods, practicals tests and first insights. Mentoring: Dr. Keler.
  • Estimating the influence of visibility components in interactions between bicyclist and car drivers at road intersections. Mentoring: Dr. Keler.
  • Implementing different types of countdown timers in SUMO - Realistic representation for bicycle simulator studies. Mentoring: Grigoropoulos, Dr. Keler.
  • Implementing a feature and scenario catalog for automated driving in the city. Mentoring: Dr. Keler, Grigoropoulos.
  • Implementing a tool for mapping complex urban traffic situations using a taxonomy. Mentoring: Dr. Keler, Grigoropoulos.
  • Implementing a test scenario for testing urban bicycle highways with a bicycle simulator. Mentoring: Dr. Keler, Grigoropoulos.
  • Constructing and testing dynamic LED displays on bicycles for the detection by automated vehicles. Mentoring: Dr. Keler, Grigoropoulos.
  • Analysis of driving behaviour during rain. Mentoring: Dr. Spangler.
  • Visibility Analysis in urban Driving Situations. Mentoring: Krause.
  • Development and simulation of non-linear Kalman Filter applications for traffic estimation and prediction at traffic signals. Mentoring: Papapanagiotou.
  • Definition and modeling of various traffic control measures taking into account automated vehicles. Mentoring: Fehn.
  • Simulative Analysis of Capacities at Nodes, approaches and discharges at “Westtangente Freising” including the development of alternative solutions. Mentoring: Dr. Spangler.
  • Mathematical Modelling of Operational Procedures of „Mobility on Demand Systems“ based on AST Münchberg. Mentoring: Tilg, Dr. Tsakarestos.
  • Evaluation of safety aspects of audited and realized road projects. Mentoring: Dr. Spangler.
  • Analysis of potential effects of various network control strategies on motorways. Mentoring: Dr. Spangler.
  • Topic proposals from students. Mentoring: Dr. Dumler.

Masters' Theses in Progress

  • Investigation of Minimising Time Loss at Signalised Intersections for Public Transport, Cars and Bicycles by the Means of Dynamic Green Waves – a Case Study on the Avenue de la Liberté in Luxemburg. Mentoring: Dr. Tsakarestos, Papapanagiotou.
  • Modelling of the tactical behavior of cyclists communicating their intentions. Mentoring: Grigoropoulos, Dr. Keler.
  • Implementation of a path planning algorithm for automated vehicles using model predictive control in a simulated environment. Mentoring: Krause, Papapanagiotou.
  • Literature research towards AI-applications in traffic control on motorways. Mentoring: Gabloner, Dr. Spangler.
  • Analysis of urban driving situations for the evaluation and validation of automated vehicles’ driving functions. Mentoring: Krause, Fehn.
  • Development of a method for the validation of a bicycle simulator. Mentoring: Dr. Kaths, Dr. Keler.
  • Implementation and analysis of a bicycle simulator study for evaluating urban bicycle highway designs. Mentoring: Dr. Keler, Hosseini.
  • Calibration and validation of a bicycle simulator using real bicycle trajectories. Mentoring: Dr. Kaths, Hosseini.
  • Automatic identification of bus drivers using driving behavior data collected by on-board units. Mentoring: Amini, Fehn.
  • Data-driven analysis of the planning process of demand-responsive public transport system in rural areas. Mentoring: Tilg, Dr. Tsakarestos.
  • Development of a Parking Management Scheme for a Small Town in the Times of Digitalisation – Innovative Technologies and Solutions for Traffic Planning on the Case Study of the County Centre Dinkelsbühl. Mentoring: Dr. Tsakarestos, Dr. Spangler.
  • Analysis and Comparison of different Merging Strategies with Regard to the Efficiency of Traffic Flow on Motorways. Mentoring: Dr. Spangler, Krause.
  • Analysis of Bicyclist Communication Patterns Using a Simulator Environment for AV Applications. Mentoring: Grigoropoulos, Dr. Keler.
  • Identification and evaluation of safety relevant intersection metrics based on online vehicle data. Mentoring: Amini, Krause.

Selected and completed Masters' Theses

2019

  • Blakaj, Laura: Potential Emission Reduction in Urban Areas by Modification of the Bus Fleet Composition. Master Thesis. Start: 2.10.2018; End: 1.4.2019. Mentoring: Celikkaya, Dr. Tsakarestos. Abstract.
  • Butt, Muhammad: Integration of a new type of side radar sensors in a Vissim Simulation and development of a trajectory based incident detection on motorways. Master Thesis. Start: 10.10.2018; End: 9.4.2019. Mentoring: Dr. Spangler. Abstract.
  • Cogan, Baris: Integration of Connected Vehicles in Traffic Actuated Signal Control based on Extended Kalman Filter. Master Thesis. Start: 1.11.2018; End: 22.5.2019. Mentoring: Papapanagiotou, Amini. Abstract.
  • E, Riti: Application of reinforcement learning in adaptive traffic signal control. Master Thesis. Start: 1.11.2018; End: 18.4.2019. Mentoring: Amini, Papapanagiotou. 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.
  • Heiß, Alexander: Evaluation and Optimization of the Charging Strategies for Electric Vehicles Based on Dynamic Electricity Prices. Master Thesis. Start: 1.3.2019; End: 2.8.2019. Mentoring: Fehn, Celikkaya. Abstract.
  • Jang, Sunghyun: Re-Adaptive Alternative Stages for Traffic Signal Control. Master Thesis. Start: 1.9.2018; End: 28.2.2019. Mentoring: Papapanagiotou, Dr. Spangler. Abstract.
  • Rampalli, Shyam: Using data extracts from an electric bicycle fleet for defining mobility hotspots and evaluating operational quality. Master Thesis. Start: 24.10.2018; End: 23.4.2019. Mentoring: Dr. Keler, Grigoropoulos. Abstract.
  • Roshani Kalkhoran Amirhossein: Analysis of Traffic State Definitions towards the Determination and Evaluation of Traffic Congestion Costs using Floating Car Data. Master Thesis. Start: 28.9.2018; End: 27.3.2019. Mentoring: Dr. Spangler, Dr. Dumler. Abstract.
  • Schmidt, Quirin: Analysis and Modelling of Potential Road Traffic Noise Reduction through Electric Vehicles in Cities. Master Thesis. Start: 11.12.2018; End: 10.6.2019. Mentoring: Celikkaya, Dr. Dumler. Abstract.
  • Schmiedlau, Florian: Using bicycle trip counter information for understanding the spatiotemporal bicycle flow distribution at selected urban locations. Master Thesis. Start: 16.8.2018; End: 15.2.2019. Mentoring: Dr. Keler, Grigoropoulos. Abstract.
  • Sibel, Aydogdu: Analysis of parameters for electric vehicles through microscopic simulation tools and assessment of their impacts. Master Thesis. Start: 18.7.2018; End: 17.1.2019. Mentoring: Celikkaya. Abstract.
  • Stüger, Philipp: Negotiable Collaborative Public Transport Signal Priority. Master Thesis. Start: 1.9.2018; End: 31.3.2019. Mentoring: Dr. Tsakarestos. 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.
  • 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.

2018

  • Aziz, Md Tariq: Comparing two different traffic simulation environments for simulating urban bicycle highway traffic – the case of SUMO and PTV VISSIM. Master Thesis. Start: 20.6.2018; End: 19.12.2018. Mentoring: Dr. Keler, Grigoropoulos. Abstract.
  • Bagehorn, Tom: Green Time Split Optimization by Dynamic Programming. Master Thesis. Start: 1.8.2017; End: 31.1.2018. Mentoring: Papapanagiotou, Eftychios. Abstract.
  • Beiersdorf, Stefanie: Application and Evaluation of Countdown Timers for Bicycle Traffic in a Simulator Environment. Master Thesis. Start: 9.3.2018; End: 19.10.2018. Mentoring: Dr. Keler, Grigoropoulos. Abstract.
  • Boateng, Adjei: Calibration and Comparison of Mesoscopic and Microscopic Traffic Simulation in Urban Network. Master Thesis. Start: 15.8.2017; End: 14.2.2018. Mentoring: Celikkaya, Amini. Abstract.
  • Egger, Franziska: Implementation of a bidirectional interface for the representation of road objects and attributes in traffic simulation and CityGML. Master Thesis. Start: 2.10.2017; End: 1.4.2018. Mentoring: Margreiter, Martin. Abstract.
  • Ezzeddine, Mohammad: Geospatial Indicators for the Evaluation of Accessibility by Flexible Mobility Services in Rural Areas. Master Thesis. Start: 15.9.2017; End: 14.3.2018. Mentoring: Dr. Tsakarestos, Kinigadner. Abstract.
  • Gebresilassie, Helen: Integration of arterial Fundamental Diagrams in traffic signal control in connected vehicle environments. Master Thesis. Start: 15.12.2017; End: 14.7.2018. Mentoring: Papapanagiotou, Amini. Abstract.
  • Grimmer, Florian: Microscopic Simulation of Road Traffic in an Urban Network with multiple Control Scenarios and an Evaluation of the Effects on Traffic Flow and Air Quality. Master Thesis. Start: 1.4.2018; End: 30.9.2018. Mentoring: Celikkaya, Dr. Spangler. Abstract.
  • Hosseini, Seyed Abdollah: Development of a traffic control strategy for urban bicycle highways. Master Thesis. Start: 1.4.2018; End: 12.10.2018. Mentoring: Grigoropoulos, Dr. Keler. Abstract.
  • Köhler, Olivia: Traffic related Information via Virtual Signs. Master Thesis. Start: 1.8.2017; End: 31.1.2018. Mentoring: Dr. Spangler, Grigoropoulos. Abstract.
  • Meng, Xie: Analysis of imperfections of vehicular communication on cooperative intelligent transportation systems. Master Thesis. Start: 1.10.2017; End: 15.1.2018. Mentoring: Papapanagiotou, Eftychios, Kaths, Jakob. Abstract.
  • Nawaz, Muhammad Azhar: Level of Service of Traffic Signal Coordination in Urban Networks. Master Thesis. Start: 15.9.2017; End: 23.2.2018. Mentoring: Dr. Tsakarestos, Dr. Spangler. Abstract.
  • Plutka, Christoph: Investigating the Predictability of Public Transport Arrival Times at Traffic Signals by Using Prioritization Request Points. Master Thesis. Start: 15.11.2017; End: 14.5.2018. Mentoring: Dr. Tsakarestos. Abstract.
  • Rank, Alisa: Effects and Acceptance of Alternative Routing – Developing Methods using data from the mesh A3-A7-A6. Master Thesis. Start: 1.11.2017; End: 30.4.2018. Mentoring: Dr. Spangler. Abstract.
  • Sadid, Hashmatullah: Integration of public transport prioritization and bicycle signal coordination in traffic signal control. Master Thesis. Start: 6.9.2017; End: 29.3.2018. Mentoring: Grigoropoulos, Papapanagiotou. Abstract.
  • Schaffhäuser, Vera: Analysis and Evaluation of Traffic Accident Data for the Evaluation of the Safety Relevance of Urban Driving Situations. Master Thesis. Start: 25.5.2018; End: 23.11.2018. Mentoring: Krause, Fehn. Abstract.
  • Veit, Julian: Simulative Analysis of Routing Algorithms for the Operation of an Autonomous Mobility-on-Demand System. Master Thesis. Start: 1.4.2018; End: 21.9.2018. Mentoring: Motamedidehkordi, Krause. Abstract.
  • Xin, Ying: Simulation-based evaluation of the potential of local adaptive traffic signal control for controlling urban networks. Master Thesis. Start: 24.8.2017; End: 23.3.2018. Mentoring: Papapanagiotou, Kaths, Jakob. Abstract.

2017

  • Alalem, Shaker: Analysis of the modal shift from road freight transportation to alternative transportation modes between Germany and the UK to improve the environmental balance. Master Thesis. Start: 1.2.2017; End: 31.7.2017. Mentoring: Geßenhardt, Dr. Dumler. Abstract.
  • Bachmann, Frederik: Simulative impact assessment of a Platooning on the capacity of motorway infrastructure. Master Thesis. Start: 24.10.2016; End: 24.3.2017. Mentoring: Krause, Motamedidehkordi. Abstract.
  • 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.
  • Bilali, Aledia: Analyzing the Impact of Anticipatory Vehicle Routing on the Network Performance. Master Thesis. Start: 17.11.2016; End: 16.5.2017. Mentoring: Motamedidehkordi, Amini. Abstract.
  • Braun, Johannes: Extension of the 2011 Simulation Study „ costs of congestions at the motorway interchange A99/A8“ to the year 2016.. Master Thesis. Start: 18.12.2016; End: 18.7.2017. Mentoring: Dr. Spangler. Abstract.
  • Dimitriadou, Anestina: Simulation Study with different Planning Scenarios of Motorway A8 near Munich`s Südkreuz. Master Thesis. Start: 1.7.2017; End: 20.12.2017. Mentoring: Dr. Spangler. Abstract.
  • Hartwig, Cornelius: Evaluation and Calibration of a Quality Management System for Public Transport Prioritisation at Traffic Signals. Master Thesis. Start: 15.11.2016; End: 14.6.2017. Mentoring: Dr. Tsakarestos, Papapanagiotou. Abstract.
  • Herb, Frank: Meta-Analysis of Future car Traffic and the Corresponding Energy Supply Infrastructure in Germany and Description, Comparison and Evaluation of Selected Infrastructure Analysis Models. Master Thesis. Start: 24.2.2017; End: 23.8.2017. Mentoring: Dr. Tsakarestos, Celikkaya.
  • Kagerer, Raimund: Analysis of driving behavior in varying traffic conditions. Master Thesis. Start: 15.9.2016; End: 14.3.2017. Mentoring: Krause. Abstract.
  • Kazakovtsev, Stefan: Design and Evaluation of Signal Coordination for Bicyclists within the Framework of Different Traffic Control Policies. Master Thesis. Start: 3.5.2017; End: 2.11.2017. Mentoring: Dr. Twaddle, Grigoropoulos. Abstract.
  • Kobler, Thomas: Offset Driving on tight Freeway Lanes at Construction Sites. Master Thesis. Start: 1.2.2017; End: 30.8.2017. Mentoring: Dr. Spangler, Dr. Dumler. Abstract.
  • Leisch, Melanie: Analysis of driver behaviors in specific urban driving situations. Master Thesis. Start: 1.5.2017; End: 31.10.2017. Mentoring: Krause, Dr. Hoffmann. Abstract.
  • Li, Le: Deriving potential Environmental Goals for the Life Cycle analysis of Heavy Duty Vehicles. Master Thesis. Start: 15.12.2016; End: 14.6.2017. Mentoring: Dr. Spangler, Celikkaya. Abstract.
  • Papatzikas, Georgios: Development of a Data Model for Traffic Infrastructure on Motorways. Master Thesis. Start: 1.12.2016; End: 31.5.2017. Mentoring: Dr. Spangler, Gabloner. Abstract.
  • Parlic, Aldijana: Analysis of driver’s perception of traffic states. Master Thesis. Start: 20.9.2016; End: 19.3.2017. Mentoring: Krause. Abstract.
  • Pürckhauer, Sophie: Simulative Impact Assessment of the Influence of Automated Electric Vehicles on Urban Areas. Master Thesis. Start: 26.10.2016; End: 17.5.2017. Mentoring: Dr. Hoffmann, Motamedidehkordi. 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.
  • Raps, Anna: Evaluation of small scale re-routing systems. Master Thesis. Start: 2.1.2017; End: 14.6.2017. Mentoring: Dr. Spangler. Abstract.
  • Riedl, Tim: Development of a Multi-Criteria Performance Index for Evaluation of Pedestrian Emergency Evacuation. Master Thesis. Start: 1.12.2016; End: 31.5.2017. Mentoring: Dr. Tsakarestos, Amini. Abstract.
  • Shovon, Mahmudul: Prediction method of public transport travel times based on current timetable data, real time data and historical data - an application of Max-Plus Algebra. Master Thesis. Start: 2.1.2017; End: 1.7.2017. Mentoring: Dr. Tsakarestos. Abstract.
  • Sikka, Mayookh: Development of a Decision Support System using the Cell Transmission Model for Optimal Selection of Signal Timing Plans. Master Thesis. Start: 15.12.2017; End: 30.6.2017. Mentoring: Kaths, Papapanagiotou. Abstract.
  • Sperber, Anton: Method for dynamic rerouting of traffic demand in an urban street network with microscopic traffic simulation by taking into consideration the traffic signal control. Master Thesis. Start: 1.11.2016; End: 30.4.2017. Mentoring: Papapanagiotou, Amini. Abstract.
  • Strehl, Anna: Modeling of inter-vehicle gaps on bridges as input data for structural models. Master Thesis. Start: 28.11.2016; End: 27.5.2017. Mentoring: Dr. Hoffmann, Nowak. Abstract.
  • Tang, Joshua Kern: Identification of semi-rapid transit corridors in Singapore. Master Thesis. Start: 29.7.2016; End: 28.1.2017. Mentoring: Dr. Rau. Abstract.
  • Zhang, Huimin: Estimation of turning ratios at intersections based on detector data using Kalman Filter. Master Thesis. Start: 15.12.2016; End: 14.7.2017. Mentoring: Papapanagiotou. Abstract.
  • Zhang, Qin: Development of a local traffic control optimization algorithm using the Cell Transmission Model. Master Thesis. Start: 25.10.2016; End: 24.4.2017. Mentoring: Kaths, Papapanagiotou. Abstract.
  • Zhu, Jie: Analysis of the impact of lane changing behavior on the capacity of freeway segments. Master Thesis. Start: 3.4.2017; End: 2.10.2017. Mentoring: Krause, Dr. Hoffmann. Abstract.

2016

  • Ali, Mohammad: Heuristic Offset Optimization in Urban Signalized Corridors based on Cell Transmission Model. Master Thesis. Start: 13.6.2016; End: 12.12.2016. Mentoring: Papapanagiotou. Abstract.
  • Arunachalam, Nimal: Sensitivity analysis of driving behaviors to emissions at signalized intersections. Master Thesis. Start: 3.3.2016; End: 2.9.2016. Mentoring: Celikkaya, Wu. Abstract.
  • Aslam, Muhammad: Improvement of Bus Operations at the Boon Lay Bus Interchange. Master Thesis. Start: 1.10.2015; End: 23.3.2016. Mentoring: Dr. Rau. Abstract.
  • Bellhäuser, Laura: Aircraft Productivity Analysis and Fleet Development Planning. Master Thesis. Start: 1.4.2016; End: 30.9.2016. Mentoring: Dr. Tsakarestos. 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.
  • Diamantaki, Olympia: Development and evaluation of traffic management strategies in the event of road blockage. Master Thesis. Start: 23.5.2016; End: 22.11.2016. Mentoring: Dr. Hoffmann, Grigoropoulos. Abstract.
  • Girwidz, Alisa: A Method for the Evaluation of Quality Management Processes for Solving Problems. Master Thesis. Start: 1.10.2015; End: 31.3.2016. Mentoring: Dr. Spangler. Abstract.
  • Gutmann, Sebastian: Using traffic signal control in a connected vehicle environment to influence multiple performance indicators. Master Thesis. Start: 20.4.2016; End: 19.10.2016. Mentoring: Kaths, Papapanagiotou. 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.
  • Hollfelder, Verena: Sustainability Assessment of Acceleration Control of Automated Vehicles at a Curved Section. Master Thesis. Start: 1.9.2015; End: 29.2.2016. Mentoring: Dr. So, Motamedidehkordi. Abstract.
  • Hölderle, Sophia: Capacity Analysis on Motorways on- and off-ramps. Master Thesis. Start: 15.10.2015; End: 14.4.2016. Mentoring: Krause, Motamedidehkordi. Abstract.
  • Loder, Thomas: Scenario-based site selection analysis for distribution of charging infrastructure for electric car sharing vehicles. Master Thesis. Start: 9.5.2016; End: 8.11.2016. Mentoring: Celikkaya, Dr. Tsakarestos. 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.
  • Martinez, Marina: Determination of the Perception of Driving Safety by Users. Master Thesis. Start: 1.5.2016; End: 30.9.2016. Mentoring: Dr. Hoffmann. Abstract.
  • Michalski, Georg-Maximilian: Assignment method for Singapore’s public transport network based on smart card data. Master Thesis. Start: 7.9.2015; End: 28.3.2016. Mentoring: Dr. Rau. Abstract.
  • Nagy, Tekla: Effects of highly automated vehicles from the user’s perspective. Master Thesis. Start: 8.12.2015; End: 7.6.2016. Mentoring: Motamedidehkordi, Krause. Abstract.
  • Pinilih, Dhimas: Integration of Paratransit Systems into a Coherent Public Transport Networks in Developing Countries. Master Thesis. Start: 17.2.2016; End: 16.8.2016. Mentoring: Dr. Tsakarestos, Celikkaya. Abstract.
  • Ramesh, Mehendra: Investigation of the safety impact of land-use characteristics based on a case study in Coimbatore, India. Master Thesis. Start: 10.10.2015; End: 9.4.2016. Mentoring: Dr. So. Abstract.
  • Sharma, Salil: Traffic signal re-timing strategy using floating car data. Master Thesis. Start: 24.6.2015; End: 11.1.2016. Mentoring: Dr. So. Abstract.
  • Sklavounos, Ioannis: Success factors and impact of Self-Driving-Buses in an urban environment. Master Thesis. Start: 6.6.2016; End: 5.12.2016. Mentoring: Dr. Hoffmann. Abstract.
  • Vega Perez, Julio: Evaluation of Technical System of Systems Approach for Signal Control based on Real Field Data. Master Thesis. Start: 11.1.2016; End: 1.8.2016. Mentoring: Papapanagiotou, Kaths. 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.

2015

  • Aliubavicius, Ugnius: TSoS Control Approach-based Traffic Flow Optimization Method by means of a Microscopic Traffic Simulation Model. Master Thesis. Start: 15.4.2015; End: 15.10.2015. Mentoring: Dr. So, Papapanagiotou. 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.
  • Borde, Pauline Marie-Pia: Definition and evaluation of railway time table and operation robustness by the means of dynamic microsimulation - a case study for Paris Region's eastern railway network. Master Thesis. Start: 1.4.2015; End: 30.9.2015. Mentoring: Dr. Tsakarestos.
  • Corral Martinez, Roberto: Improving real-time public transport trip planners through the consideration of the travelers' subjective route expectations. Master Thesis. Start: 1.11.2014; End: 30.4.2015. Mentoring: Dr. Tsakarestos. Abstract.
  • Gigl, Andrea: Analysis of the Energy Consumption of an Electric Vehicle and the according Driving and Traffic Profile. Master Thesis. Start: 1.7.2015; End: 22.12.2015. Mentoring: Dr. Spangler. Abstract.
  • Grigoropoulos, Georgios: Extension, implementation and validation of a driver model for bicycles in VISSIM. Master Thesis. Start: 15.4.2015; End: 5.11.2015. Mentoring: Twaddle, Dr. Hoffmann. Abstract.
  • Haarbach, Larissa: Identification of typical disturbance patterns in the prioritization requests of public transport vehicles at traffic signals. Master Thesis. Start: 1.5.2015; End: 28.10.2015. Mentoring: Dr. Tsakarestos. Abstract.
  • Ingvarsson, Bjarni: Estimation of Benefits for an Approximation Approach on Cost-Benefit Analyses for an Underground Railroad System - Case Study in the Greater Reykjavik Area. Master Thesis. Start: 1.4.2015; End: 3.10.2015. Mentoring: Dr. Tsakarestos. 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.
  • 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.
  • Keen, Umair Hamid: Sensitivity analysis of traffic-based influencing factors of travel speeds on urban road segments with fixed-time traffic signal controlled intersections. Master Thesis. Start: 8.6.2015; End: 7.12.2015. Mentoring: Dr. Gerstenberger, Jakob. Abstract.
  • Klementz, Stephan: Managing Traffic Signs – Designing a Central Data Base and Developing and Testing a Concept for Automatic Detection using On-Board Cameras. Master Thesis. Start: 12.1.2015; End: 11.7.2015. Mentoring: Dr. Spangler. 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.
  • Lin, Xiongfeng: Integration of a Macroscopic Cycle Based Split Adaptation and a Microscopic Stage Skipping Traffic Control Method. Master Thesis. Start: 1.8.2014; End: 31.1.2015. Mentoring: Kaths.
  • Mahardhika, Hita: Passenger's Actual Time versus Perceived Time in Public Transport's Transfer within Singapore Context. Master Thesis. Start: 1.1.2015; End: 1.8.2015. Mentoring: Dr. Tsakarestos.
  • Mendler, Julia: Measuring and Evaluating Mobility Behaviour and Social Inclusion of People with Intellectual Disabilities in Multi-Modal Transportation Systems. Master Thesis. Start: 1.4.2014; End: 31.1.2015. Mentoring: Dr. Tsakarestos.
  • Mneimne, Ramadan: Development of a Model to Estimate Turning Rates for Urban Traffic Control. Master Thesis. Start: 30.1.2015; End: 30.7.2015. Mentoring: Kaths.
  • 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.
  • Obermaier, Julia: Simulation based Impact Evaluation of a Technical System of Systems (TSoS) Control Approach for a Traffic Use Case. Master Thesis. Start: 1.10.2014; End: 31.3.2015. Mentoring: Santa.
  • 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.
  • Pellekoorne, Paul-Gerard: Critical Review of a Predictive KPI-based Evaluation Methodology for ITS upon the Case Study of Driver Route Information in Haifa. Master Thesis. Start: 1.5.2015; End: 31.10.2015. Mentoring: Dr. Tsakarestos.
  • Pendharkar, Sayalee: Pedestrian Safety Indices at signalized intersections in urban environment - A case study in the city of Munich -. Master Thesis. Start: 1.5.2015; End: 31.8.2015. Mentoring: Dr. Gerstenberger.
  • Politi, Stamatia: Integration of floating vehicle data for online traffic signal control optimization. Master Thesis. Start: 15.6.2015; End: 14.12.2015. Mentoring: Kaths, Papapanagiotou. 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.
  • Staudigl, Nino: Traffic study of a bike-prioritization based on a microscopic simulation. Master Thesis. Start: 15.5.2015; End: 30.9.2015. Mentoring: Papapanagiotou. Abstract.
  • Sulzinger, Mario: Sensitivity analysis of network-based influencing factors of travel speeds on urban road segments with fixed-time traffic signal controlled intersections. Master Thesis. Start: 8.6.2015; End: 7.12.2015. Mentoring: Dr. Gerstenberger, Jakob. Abstract.
  • Tian, Liangyuan: An Advanced Emergency Vehicle Control Strategy based on Automated Driving Technology. Master Thesis. Start: 15.4.2015; End: 15.10.2015. Mentoring: Dr. So. Abstract.
  • Wenzel, Marc: Impact Assessment of the function "Kreuzungslotse Einfahrt- und Halteassistenz" - comparison of real and virtual network elements. Master Thesis. Start: 6.11.2014; End: 5.5.2015. Mentoring: Geßenhardt.
  • Zeitler, Christopher: Space Requirement for Transshipment Terminals with Adjacent Service Areas and the Resulting Effects on City Planning in Regensburg. Master Thesis. Start: 21.5.2015; End: 9.10.2015. Mentoring: Celikkaya, Jakob. Abstract.

2014

  • Amini, Sasan: Modelling of the tactical path selection of bicyclists at urban intersections. Master Thesis. Start: 1.7.2014; End: 31.12.2014. Mentoring: Twaddle.
  • Chatzipanagiotidou, Ypatia: Data analysis of driving behavior on motorways during weather situations with reduced visibility. Master Thesis. Start: 25.3.2014; End: 25.9.2014. Mentoring: Rascher.
  • Demmel, Tatjana: Research and assessment of data and information services for road traffic available on the market. Master Thesis. Start: 13.11.2013; End: 12.5.2014. Mentoring: Jakob.
  • Ghandeharioun, Zahra: Impact Evaluation of Highly Automated Vehicles in Traffic Flow on Highways by means of Microscopic Traffic Simulation. Master Thesis. Start: 16.9.2013; End: 14.3.2014. Mentoring: Baur.
  • Heidegger, Fabian: Noise modeling and noise cost calculation for different scenarios in Munich. Master Thesis. Start: 23.8.2013; End: 31.3.2014. Mentoring: Dr. Spangler. Abstract.
  • Hoffmann, David: Analysis of the potential for Floating Car Data based traffic information supply with regard to highly automated driving systems. Master Thesis. Start: 1.8.2013; End: 14.2.2014. Mentoring: Baur, Gabloner. Abstract.
  • Islam, Faqhrul: Cooperative ITS(C-ITS) for energy efficient intersection. Master Thesis. Start: 11.11.2013; End: 25.5.2014. Mentoring: Kaths.
  • Lee, Wai Yu: Statistical Correlations of Detector Data, Traffic Light Signalization and other Traffic Control Information. Master Thesis. Start: 1.8.2013; End: 31.1.2014. Mentoring: Dr. Spangler. Abstract.
  • Leonhard, Michaela: Before and after comparison of the effects of a traffic control system with variable hard shoulder usage on A9 north of AK Neufahrn. Master Thesis. Start: 1.6.2014; End: 25.9.2014. Mentoring: Dr. Spangler. Abstract.
  • Navidikashani, Zahra: . Master Thesis. Start: 23.9.2013; End: 17.3.2014. Mentoring: Baur, Rascher.
  • Nguyen, Van Te Ron: Route-estimate methods based on detector data. Master Thesis. Start: 9.12.2013; End: 22.4.2014. Mentoring: Fullerton.
  • Sabau, Florica: Analysis of the best route for trucks based on fuel consumption, emission and traffic lights functioning. Master Thesis. Start: 1.4.2014; End: 30.9.2014. Mentoring: Santa, Baur.
  • Skaramagkas, Argyrios: Analysis and Evaluation of Transportation and Access Aspects of Logistics Centers - Case Study on a New Logistics Center in the Marshalling Yard in Munich North. Master Thesis. Start: 1.4.2014; End: 30.9.2014. Mentoring: Dr. Tsakarestos.
  • 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.
  • Tahedl, Julia: Measuring the operational behaviour of bicyclists at stop lines at signal controlled intersections. Master Thesis. Start: 1.5.2014; End: 14.11.2014. Mentoring: Twaddle.
  • Wang, Ge: Weighting the pedestrian safety indicators at street level-A case study in winter in the city of Munich. Master Thesis. Start: 11.11.2013; End: 11.3.2014. Mentoring: Fullerton, Gerstenberger.
  • Yang, Yao: Evaluating the operational impact of bus stop design through statistical analysis in the context of Singapore. Master Thesis. Start: 1.3.2014; End: 31.10.2014. Mentoring: Dr. Tsakarestos.
  • Yetik, Görkem: Development of a decentralized Adaptive Traffic Signal Control Method for Local Application in Traffic Signal Controllers. Master Thesis. Start: 2.9.2013; End: 31.3.2014. Mentoring: Zeng.

2013

  • Aitken, Ricardo: Analysis of Factors Leading to Rule Breaking Behaviour of Bicyclists at Urban Intersections. Master Thesis. Start: 25.2.2013; End: 9.7.2013. Mentoring: Schendzielorz, Twaddle. Abstract.
  • Alam, Mahbub: Impact Assessment of ITS Solution. Master Thesis. Start: 1.11.2012; End: 1.3.2013. Mentoring: Lüßmann. 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.
  • Cernetcova, Natalia: Development of a hands-on approach for the estimation of logistics costs in the supplier pre-nomination phase of the sourcing process for the automotive industry. Master Thesis. Start: 18.2.2013; End: 16.6.2013. Mentoring: Dr. Spangler.
  • Daniel, Patricia: Model-Development for analysing influences on acceptance and safety in urban cycling. Master Thesis. Start: 18.12.2012; End: 17.4.2013. Mentoring: Twaddle, Gerstenberger. Abstract.
  • Gehm, August: Modelling Bicycle Traffic using a Macroscopic Traffic Model: An Example of the City of Dachau. Master Thesis. Start: 2.11.2012; End: 15.4.2013. Mentoring: Dr. Dumler, Twaddle. 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.
  • Kretz, Hanna: Development and Calibration of a Model for Estimating the Quality of Public Transport Priority at Traffic Signals and Application within the Test Environment of VTassist. Master Thesis. Start: 7.1.2013; End: 7.5.2013. Mentoring: Dr. Tsakarestos.
  • Lin, Fei: International requirements on interurban solutions-analysis of market trends. Master Thesis. Start: 1.11.2012; End: 1.3.2013. Mentoring: Dr. Tsakarestos. Abstract.
  • Müller, Simon: Evaluating the Benefits of First-Last Mile Solutions. Master Thesis. Start: 15.10.2012; End: 15.2.2013. Mentoring: Dr. Rau. 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.
  • Papapanagiotou, Eftychios: Cell Transmission Model in Sitraffic Motion: Calculation of Performance Indices. Master Thesis. Start: 15.10.2012; End: 1.3.2013. Mentoring: Zeng.
  • Petry, Axel: Analyze of the application of FREEVAL on German motorways. Master Thesis. Start: 17.12.2012; End: 17.6.2013. Mentoring: Schendzielorz, Grosanic. Abstract.
  • Pranckus, Vytautas: Estimating the Service Level on Signalized Intersections. Master Thesis. Start: 17.9.2012; End: 31.1.2013. Mentoring: Kaths. 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.
  • Shah, Mihir: Accurate Estimation of Travel Times from Traffic Data extracted from Aerial Image Time Series. Master Thesis. Start: 1.6.2013; End: 30.11.2013. Mentoring: Dr. Spangler. Abstract.
  • Singh, Akshay: A framework for Fast Cooperative Traffic Signal Control. Master Thesis. Start: 8.10.2012; End: 25.2.2013. Mentoring: Lüßmann. Abstract.
  • Szabo, Nora: Analysis of macroscopic signal optimization for urban road networks. Master Thesis. Start: 1.11.2012; End: 28.2.2013. Mentoring: Schendzielorz. Abstract.
  • Szanto, Agnes: Effect of the Bicycle Traffic on the Capacity of the Road Network and Intersections. Master Thesis. Start: 22.2.2013; End: 22.8.2013. Mentoring: Twaddle.
  • Tsirigotis, Lykourgos: Design of Alignment and Operation for Express Bus Lines in Urban Areas - a Case Study for Munich North. Master Thesis. Start: 21.3.2013; End: 21.7.2013. Mentoring: Dr. Tsakarestos, Priester.
  • Xin, Fang: Developing a Method for Calibrating Micro-Simulation on the Basis of Travel Time Data with Demonstration on Motorways in the North of Munich. Master Thesis. Start: 21.6.2013; End: 20.12.2013. Mentoring: Dr. Spangler, Rascher. Abstract.

2012

  • Anton, Veronika: Reisezeitermittlung - Eine Grundlage für Verkehrslageberechnungen? Anwendungen für strategische und operative Zwecke in der Verkehrsinformation und -steuerung. Master Thesis. Start: 1.6.2012; End: 7.9.2012. Mentoring: Grosanic.
  • Böhm, Carolina: Comparison of short term and long term impacts of public transport priority at signalised junctions in terms of emession levels. Master Thesis. Start: 1.6.2012; End: 30.11.2012. Mentoring: Dr. Tsakarestos.
  • Campos Beltran, Vicente: Traffic data collection and statistical analysis of parameters used for urban traffic flow simulation within VISSIM (for the test site Munich). Master Thesis. Start: 1.10.2011; End: 31.1.2012. Mentoring: Santa, Lüßmann.
  • Celikkaya, Nihan: Optimization of stadium emptying process through traffic simulation: Case Allianz Arena. Master Thesis. Start: 9.1.2012; End: 13.6.2012. Mentoring: Fullerton.
  • Deimann, Sandra: Betreibermodelle für verkehrstechnische Dienste - Entwicklung eines Betreibermodells zur Mobilitätsunterstützung für Blinde und Sehbehinderte. Master Thesis. Start: 13.8.2012; End: 13.12.2012. Mentoring: Dr. Hoffmann, Monninger.
  • Ettinger, Roland: Untersuchung unterschiedlicher Ansätze zur Lichtsignalsteuerung auf Landstraßen anhand einer Mikrosimulationsstudie. Master Thesis. Start: 15.6.2012; End: 15.10.2012. Mentoring: Lüßmann.
  • Korakidis, Nikos: Assessment of the renovation and modernisation of the Sendlinger Tor underground station through pedestrian flow simulation. Master Thesis. Start: 9.1.2012; End: 13.6.2012. Mentoring: Fullerton.
  • Lam, Kristina: Accurate simulation of and possible improvement measures to merging area: Case of Ingolstadt North. Master Thesis. Start: 25.1.2012; End: 25.5.2012. Mentoring: Fullerton, Baur.
  • Liu, Xiaodong: Network Control with Traffic Lights Modeled in Microscopic Traffic Simulation. Master Thesis. Start: 19.3.2012; End: 18.9.2012. Mentoring: Riemann. Abstract.
  • Luts, Hannes: Strategies for the development of feasible transport plans for international single wagonload traffic. Master Thesis. Start: 15.5.2012; End: 15.9.2012. Mentoring: Dr. Tsakarestos.
  • Recker, Christina: Temporäre Seitenstreifenfreigabe - Analyse der verkehrlichen Wirkungen und Ableitung von Schaltstrategien. Master Thesis. Start: 1.12.2011; End: 23.4.2012. Mentoring: Grosanic, Fiedler.
  • Rubio, Estrella: Measures for the full integration of a new BRT system in an existing environment considering aspects of transport network, operational and organisational forms - a case study for Puebla, Mexico. Master Thesis. Start: 1.6.2012; End: 31.10.2012. Mentoring: Dr. Tsakarestos.
  • Sabatie, Carine: Business Mobility: An analysis of trends, regimes and pattern. Master Thesis. Start: 1.8.2012; End: 30.11.2012. Mentoring: Dr. Kesselring.
  • Ungureanu, Tudor: Untersuchung einer SBA-Steuerung im Hinblick auf die Akzeptanz von Witterungsschaltungen. Master Thesis. Start: 1.11.2011; End: 13.4.2012. Mentoring: Grosanic, Fiedler.
  • Wei, Wang: How do electric cars fit in a after peak oil? A hypothetical lool at urban mobility in 2040. Master Thesis. Start: 15.7.2011; End: 15.1.2012. Mentoring: Dr. Rau.
  • Zain-Ul-Abetin: Modelling Wireless Charging Facility for Electric Vehicles in MATSim. Master Thesis. Start: 1.5.2012; End: 31.8.2012. Mentoring: Schendzielorz, Riemann.
  • Zeng, Maoyan: Modelling horizontal queues for offset optimization: Adapting the Cell Transmission Model für signalized urban networks. Master Thesis. Start: 3.10.2011; End: 29.2.2012. Mentoring: Lüßmann.

2011

  • Abu Bakar, Mohd Kamal Hisham: Internalisation of external costs of road transport: Case study of Munich. Master Thesis. Start: 4.4.2011; End: 4.8.2011. Mentoring: Prof. Gerike.
  • 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.
  • Jimenez Soto, Octavio Serafin: Analysis of dynamic simulation tools to determine suitability for light rail operational modelling. Master Thesis. Start: 8.7.2011; End: 8.11.2011. Mentoring: Dr. Tsakarestos, Fullerton.
  • Kellog, Brian: Modelling vehicle trajectories in motion. Master Thesis. Start: 1.9.2011; End: 31.12.2011. Mentoring: Gabloner.
  • Liu, Wenqiao: Development of an aggregated indicator for assessing overall environmental impacts of transport system. Master Thesis. Start: 10.9.2010; End: 28.2.2011. Mentoring: Prof. Gerike.
  • Rascher, Andrea: Ermittlung der volkswirtschaftlichen (Stau-)kosten im Südkreuz A99/A8 bei München. Master Thesis. Start: 6.12.2010; End: 6.4.2011. Mentoring: Baur, Grosanic.
  • Riemann, Raffaela: Analysis of parameter sensitivity for the evaluation of cooperative systems by means of microscopic traffic simulation. Master Thesis. Start: 1.8.2011; End: 30.11.2011. Mentoring: Baur, Fullerton.
  • Saliara, Klotildi: Public Transport Integration - the study case of Thessaloniki, Greece. Master Thesis. Start: 15.6.2011; End: 15.10.2011. Mentoring: Priester, Tsakarestos.
  • Savliev, Oleksandr: Intra-urban acoustic impact study of a two-way system for speed reduction. Master Thesis. Start: 12.3.2011; End: 11.7.2011. Mentoring: Schendzielorz.
  • Tewes, Christoph: Betriebsdatenanalyse des Sektorbetriebs zur Verifizierung maßgeblicher Planungsannahmen. Master Thesis. Start: 29.12.2010; End: 29.4.2011. Mentoring: Hanitzsch.
  • Twaddle, Heather: Stated preference survey design and pre-test for valueing influencing factors for bicycle use. Master Thesis. Start: 11.7.2011; End: 11.11.2011. Mentoring: Prof. Gerike.
  • Ying, Yang: Empirical Analysis of the Queuing Process at Signalized Intersections. Master Thesis. Start: 1.6.2011; End: 30.9.2011. Mentoring: Dittrich.

2010

  • Cen, Zhiming: Analysis and performance evaluation of high-end and low-end traffic controllers. Master Thesis. Start: 1.7.2010; End: 30.11.2010. Mentoring: Schendzielorz.
  • Chen, Bing: Development of a traffic management concept localized for Chinese cities, including the evaluation of impact  and benefits, using one city as example. Master Thesis. Start: 16.7.2010; End: 18.12.2010. Mentoring: Dr. Spangler.
  • Cheng, Xin: Automatic calibration procedure for Autobahn A9: VISSIM simulation model based on genetic algorithm. Master Thesis. Start: 18.6.2010; End: 10.12.2010. Mentoring: Dr. Spangler, Leonhardt.
  • Gabloner, Sebastian: Analyse von Methoden zur Erkennung eines Fahrstreifenwechsels aus Fahrzeugdaten. Master Thesis. Start: 12.10.2009; End: 12.2.2010. Mentoring: Dr. Braun, Schimandl.
  • Ge, Qiao: Split optimization and cycle-time selection for sitraffic motion. Master Thesis. Start: 1.7.2010; End: 31.10.2010. Mentoring: Lüßmann.
  • Guo, Sijie: Development and testing of algorithms for automatic calibration and parameter adjustment of incident systems. Master Thesis. Start: 15.7.2010; End: 15.11.2010. Mentoring: Dr. Spangler.
  • Jiang, Pengpeng: Simulation of sitraffic motion and virtual test drive. Master Thesis. Start: 1.6.2010; End: 30.9.2010. Mentoring: Lüßmann.
  • Kümmel, Michal: Efficient driving strategy based on the velocity prediction of a front vehicle. Master Thesis. Start: 1.7.2010; End: 31.10.2010. Mentoring: Schendzielorz.
  • Lei, Haili: Strukturanalyse und Planung möglicher Parkraummanagementmaßnahmen. Master Thesis. Start: 8.1.2010; End: 8.4.2010. Mentoring: Hanitzsch.
  • Li, Yamin: Construction of microscopic traffic simulation and evaluation environment - a case study of signal program switching and synchronization in green waves. Master Thesis. Start: 1.7.2010; End: 1.11.2010. Mentoring: Lüßmann.
  • Margreiter, Martin: Reisezeitberechnung und Störungserkennung mit Bluetooth-Kennungen. Master Thesis. Start: 1.6.2010; End: 24.9.2010. Mentoring: Dr. Spangler. Abstract.
  • Neukart, Gernot: Modellanalyse für Fahrerverhalten im Bereich von Engstellen und Hindernissen auf Schnellstraßen. Master Thesis. Start: 28.6.2010; End: 28.9.2010. Mentoring: Baur, Fullerton.
  • Osama, Muhhamad: Situation analysis and strategies to solve public transport problems of a mega city: case of Karachi City. Master Thesis. Start: 25.4.2010; End: 25.8.2010. Mentoring: Dr. Tsakarestos.
  • Triantafyllos, Dimitrios: Evacuation times estimation with dynamic traffic simulation systems: the case of nuclear plant. Master Thesis. Start: 30.6.2010; End: 30.10.2010. Mentoring: Dr. Tsakarestos.

2009

  • Arslan, Oytun: Investigating the stochastic breakdown distributions of surrounding motorways of Munich using the product limit method. Master Thesis. Start: 1.6.2009; End: 30.9.2009. Mentoring: Leonhardt.
  • Mahboob, Qamar: Efficiency optimisation of rail rapid transit. Master Thesis. Start: 18.5.2009; End: 23.9.2009. Mentoring: Tsakarestos, Stoiber.
  • Stamos, Iraklis: The investigation of a bus rapid system in Athens. Master Thesis. Start: 1.6.2009; End: 20.10.2009. Mentoring: Tsakarestos.
  • Xiao, Xindong: Comparison of pedestrian crossing at signalized intersections between Germany und China and case study of one intersection in Beijing. Master Thesis. Start: 25.6.2009; End: 25.10.2009. Mentoring: Li.
  • Zellner, Alois: Erarbeitung von Empfehlungen für die Installation eines automatischen Kennzeichenerfassungssystems. Master Thesis. Start: 1.4.2009; End: 31.7.2009. Mentoring: Fiedler, Spangler.
  • Zhang, Xuejing: Closed-loop coupling of motorway control system with VISSIM. Master Thesis. Start: 10.5.2009; End: 10.10.2009. Mentoring: Leonhardt.

2008

  • Schlotter, Christian: Analyse historischer Verkehrsmeldungen zur Identifikation von Mustern in ihrer räumlich-zeitlichen Verteilung. Master Thesis. Start: 9.6.2008; End: 31.10.2008. Mentoring: Maier.

2007

  • Grosanic, Slavica: Simulationsgestützte Untersuchung des Nutzens von Fahrzeug-Fahrzeug- und Fahrzeug-Infrastruktur-Kommunikation am Beispiel der BAB A 5 bei Frankfurt. Master Thesis. Start: 6.11.2006; End: 28.3.2007. Mentoring: Assenmacher, Leonhardt.
  • Kappl, Markus: Parkraummanagement-Konzept für den Hauptbahnhof München. Master Thesis. Start: 1.12.2006; End: 1.3.2007. Mentoring: Grötsch, Streich.
  • Lukas, Katharina: Untersuchung der Stoßwellengeschwindigkeit auf Autobahnen am Beispiel der A9 München-Nürnberg. Master Thesis. Start: 14.5.2007; End: 13.8.2007. Mentoring: Maier, Leonhardt.
  • Rustanbegovic, Armin: Analyse der Auswirkungen des Parkleitsystems auf die Verhaltensmuster von Parkern in Parkierungseinrichtungen im Bereich der Altstadt und des Bahnhofsviertels in München. Master Thesis. Start: 6.11.2006; End: 15.6.2007. Mentoring: Grötsch.
  • Siebentritt, Frank: Entwicklung und Test eines Verfahrens zur verkehrsabhängigen Knotenpunktssteuerung am Beispiel des "Autobahnkreuz München-Nord". Master Thesis. Start: 1.12.2006; End: 5.4.2007. Mentoring: Assenmacher, Leonhardt.
  • Steinbacher, Bettina: Evaluation von Maßnahmenpaketen zur Stauvermeidung auf stadtregionaler Ebene im Hinblick auf Energieverbrauch und Luftreinhaltung. Master Thesis. Start: 2.5.2007; End: 2.8.2007. Mentoring: Assenmacher, Stoiber.
  • Wandelt, Eva: Überprüfung der Genauigkeit technischer Fahrgastzählgeräte bei der MVG in Abhängigkeit spezieller Erhebungssituationen. Master Thesis. Start: 7.5.2007; End: 7.8.2007. Mentoring: Monninger, Leonhardt.
  • Xalter, Sonja: Organisationsformen der Mitarbeiterbeförderung eines Industriekonzerns. Rahmenbedingungen und Umsetzung am Beispiel des BMW Standorts Leipzig. Master Thesis. Start: 28.6.2007; End: 28.9.2007. Mentoring: Tsakarestos, Vogel.

2006

  • Lüßmann, Jonas: Simulation und Vergleich verschiedener LSA-Steuerungsverfahren – verkehrliche Wirkungen und Wahrnehmungen in der Öffentlichkeit. Master Thesis. Start: 17.5.2005; End: 17.8.2006. Mentoring: Braun, Menig.
  • Mohr, Tobias: Erschließung des Münchner Hauptbahnhofs für Radfahrer – Vorbereitende Untersuchungen und Konzeptfindung. Master Thesis. Start: 16.6.2005; End: 17.10.2006. Mentoring: Tsakarestos.
  • Schimandl, Florian: Aufbereitung und Analyse von Daten zur Reisezeitschätzung im städtischen Netz. Master Thesis. Start: 15.11.2005; End: 15.5.2006. Mentoring: Leonhardt, Tsakarestos.
  • Weiser, Christian: Untersuchung der Erreichbarkeit des Hauptbahnhofs während der Baumaßnahmen zur zweiten S-Bahn Stammstrecke. Master Thesis. Start: 15.6.2005; End: 16.10.2006. Mentoring: Tsakarestos.
  • Weiß, Ulrich: Darstellung und Bewertung der verkehrlichen und der betrieblichen Randbedingungen einer Verlängerung der geplanten Straßenbahnlinie 23 südlich der Münchner Freiheit. Master Thesis. Start: 16.12.2005; End: 16.3.2006. Mentoring: Monninger, Tsakarestos.

2005

  • Barci, Edwige: Technische und wirtschaftliche Machbarkeit von bedarfsgesteuerten Busbetrieben im urbanen Raum. Master Thesis. Start: 1.10.2004; End: 31.5.2005. Mentoring: Tsakarestos.
  • Dellner, Silke: Verhaltensmuster von Parkern in Parkierungseinrichtungen im Bereich der Altstadt und des Bahnhofsviertels in München vor Einführung des Parkleitsystems. Master Thesis. Start: 23.6.2005; End: 23.9.2005. Mentoring: Grötsch.
  • Gürtler, Stefan: Mikroskopische Simulation des Verkehrsablaufs in Ballungsräumen mit zellularen Automaten – objektorientiertes Konzept und Implementierung des Grundmodells. Master Thesis. Start: 15.11.2004; End: 15.2.2005. Mentoring: Spangler.
  • Hübner, Jeanette (LMU): Gefahrenwarnung im Verkehr und ihre Umsetzung im digitalen Medium. Master Thesis. Start: 4.4.2005; End: 4.10.2005. Mentoring: Assenmacher.
  • Hübsch, Nicolas: Untersuchung zur Abhängigkeit von Verkehrsablauf und Wettersituation. Master Thesis. Start: 15.11.2004; End: 15.6.2005. Mentoring: Leonhardt.
  • Li, Yining: Analyse des Verkehrsablaufs auf der Basis von Detektormesswerten mit verschiedenen Methoden. Master Thesis. Start: 25.4.2005; End: 25.7.2005. Mentoring: Spangler.
  • Schmitz, Martin: Ermittlung verkehrlicher Kenngrößen aus der Verkehrslage/-qualität. Master Thesis. Start: 16.11.2004; End: 15.2.2005. Mentoring: Bermann, Glas.
  • Stoilas, Georgios: Untersuchung der Streuung der Reisezeiten auf Autobahnen durch Variation der Nachfrage mittels mikroskopischer Simulation. Master Thesis. Start: 15.11.2004; End: 23.5.2005. Mentoring: Leonhardt.
  • Utschig, Christian: Untersuchung des Parksuchverkehrs im Bereich der Innenstadt von München. Master Thesis. Start: 9.5.2005; End: 29.8.2005. Mentoring: Grötsch, Tsakarestos.

2004

  • Dinkel, Alexander: Simulation der Effekte von intelligenten Streckenbeeinflussungsanlagen auf den Verkehrsablauf auf Autobahnen. Master Thesis. Start: 7.5.2004; End: 7.8.2004. Mentoring: Spangler.
  • Heßler, Andreas: Die Entwicklung des Verkehrswesens und dessen Bedeutung für Gesellschaft, Wirtschaft und Politik im Spiegel der Zeit. Master Thesis. Start: 3.5.2004; End: 10.11.2004. Mentoring: Dr. Dumler.
  • Krombholz, Alexander: Nutzung FCD-basierter Verkehrsdaten (Floating Car Data) für Information und Steuerung. Master Thesis. Start: 15.10.2003; End: 15.1.2004. Mentoring: Glas.
  • Mauss, Andreas: Verbesserung der Erschließungswirkung der S-Bahn München. Master Thesis. Start: 8.12.2003; End: 3.5.2004. Mentoring: Lange.
  • Meschendörfer, Jörg: Analyse und Einsatz von Mikrodaten lokaler Detektoren. Master Thesis. Start: 13.10.2003; End: 13.1.2004. Mentoring: Leonhardt.
  • Preidel, Andreas: Stau in Europa. Master Thesis. Start: 13.10.2003; End: 13.1.2004. Mentoring: Spangler.
  • Prüfling, Christian: Verkehrsabhängige Steuerung von Lichtsignalanlagen in Europa. Master Thesis. Start: 22.10.2003; End: 22.1.2004. Mentoring: Braun, Spangler.
  • Schubert, Florian: Evaluierung eines Verfahren zur Schätzung der Koordinierungs¬qualität an Lichtsignalanlagen mittels haltliniennaher Detektoren auf Basis aggregierter Messwerte. Master Thesis. Start: 19.4.2004; End: 19.7.2004. Mentoring: Braun.
  • Ziegler, Jochen: Patentierung von Software am Beispiel des Bereiches Verkehrstechnik. Master Thesis. Start: 2.1.2004; End: 2.4.2004. Mentoring: Glas.
  • Zwicker, Arnold: Satellitengestützte Anwendungen im Verkehrswesen. Master Thesis. Start: 3.11.2003; End: 3.2.2004. Mentoring: Lange.

2003

  • Assenmacher, Silja: Bewertung des Netzsteuerungsverfahrens BALANCE in Feldversuchen. Master Thesis. Start: 1.5.2003; End: 1.8.2003. Mentoring: Spangler, Mück.
  • Borgo, Carlo: Test des Knotenpunktsteuerungsverfahrens SPIRIT. Master Thesis. Start: 8.7.2003; End: 8.11.2003. Mentoring: Braun, Spangler.
  • Breitsameter, Claudia: Beschreibung und Nutzungsmöglichkeiten des unkonventionellen Systems Anrufbus. Master Thesis. Start: 14.5.2003; End: 27.8.2003. Mentoring: Nocera.
  • Buschmann, Alexander: Wirkungsanalyse eines Parkraummanagement-Konzepts in München anhand von Interviews im Straßenraum. Master Thesis. Start: 3.1.2003; End: 3.4.2003. Mentoring: Grötsch.
  • Erny, Alexander: Konzeptionierung eines Zubringerbusnetzes zu einem Stadt-Umland-Bahn-System am Beispiel der Vorschläge der Initiative ROREGIO für ein solches System im Landkreis Rosenheim. Master Thesis. Start: 23.5.2003; End: 19.8.2003. Mentoring: Lange.
  • Jahn, Iris: Nutzerakzeptanz und Wirkungspotentiale des multimodalen Freizeitverkehrsinformationsdienstes Fun-Info. Master Thesis. Start: 3.1.2003; End: 3.6.2003. Mentoring: Steinhoff.
  • Köglmaier, Andreas: Vergleich der Erschließung neuer Entwicklungsflächen durch alternative ÖPNV-Verkehrsmittel am Beispiel eines Industrie- und Gewerbegebietes am Stadtrand von München. Master Thesis. Start: 28.4.2003; End: 19.7.2003. Mentoring: Lange.
  • Lütticke, Anke: Reisezeitschätzung in Straßennetzen. Master Thesis. Start: 23.4.2003; End: 23.11.2003. Mentoring: Spangler, Tannert.
  • Schendzielorz, Tobias: Entwicklung und Anwendung eines Bewertungsverfahrens für DINO. Master Thesis. Start: 22.4.2003; End: 17.9.2003. Mentoring: Spangler, Ulrich.
  • Schuhmann, Marco: Sensitivitätsanalyse der Parameter beim Sektorbetrieb von Bussen im ländlichen Raum. Master Thesis. Start: 1.4.2003; End: 1.7.2003. Mentoring: Nocera.
  • Stroh, Stephan: Vergleichende Bewertung der Anmeldeverfahren bei heute existierenden nachfrageorientierten Bussystemen und Entwicklung eines kundenfreundlichen und wirtschaftlichen Anmeldeverfahrens für die einzuführenden Anrufbusbetriebe im Landkreis Grafschaft Bentheim und der Stadt Lingen. Master Thesis. Start: 7.5.2003; End: 7.8.2003. Mentoring: Tsakarestos.
  • Wallas, Daniel: Verkehrssimulation der Individualvorfahrt des Terminal 2 am Flughafen München. Master Thesis. Start: 3.1.2003; End: 15.4.2003. Mentoring: Fornasier, Dr. Dumler.
  • Wittek, Peter: Recherche über Entwicklung und Stand der Technik automatischer Parkgaragen und Analyse der verkehrlichen und ökonomischen Randbedingungen, die deren wirtschaftlichen Einsatz im Markt erschweren. Master Thesis. Start: 2.6.2003; End: 9.9.2003. Mentoring: Grötsch, Tsakarestos.