Students

PhD students

Arco van Beek (ongoing)

Lucia van Schaik, MSc. (ongoing)

Martijn Sparnaaij, MSc. (ongoing)

Yan Feng, MSc. (2022)

Shi Sun, MSc. (2021, visiting PhD)

Lara Britt-Zomer, MSc. (2021)

Danique Ton, MSc. (2019)

Unravelling IT-based crowd management

Impact of crowd management measures in transfer hubs.

Real-time forecasting of large-scale crowd movements in urban spaces.

The use of VR & AR to study pedestrian behaviour.

Modelling of walking behaviour in shopping streets.

Unravelling Urban Wayfinding

Unravelling Mode and route choice behaviour of active mode users.

Master students

Emma Deijkers (ongoing)

Simon Drolsbach (ongoing)

Julie van Damme (ongoing)

Jakob Irnich (ongoing)

Floris Boendermaker (ongoing)

Johan Klaas Krom (2022)

Roberto Villena Gonzales (2022)

Eline Molier (2021)

Xinyi Wang (2021)

Xinyi Wang (2020)

Paula Godoy (2020)

Paula Godoy (2019)

Lucia van Schaik (2020)

Suraj Kishoen Misier (2019)

Gina Michailidou (2019)

Elise Zuurbier (2019)

Sanmay Shelat (2017)

Martijn Sparnaaij (2017)

Christos Bafatakis (2014)

Comparing NPI’s to contain COVID-19 spread in office spaces

Space syntax to explain walking behavior

Shared micromobility, shared by everyone?

Modelling leader/follower behaviour in groups during evacuations

Real-time decision making to control urban crowds

Urban environment effects on pedestrian route choice for train station access and egress

Capabilities of Pedestrian Dynamics for reproducing physical distancing

Social impact assessment of sustainable commuting measures for employee profiles

Quantifying transmission risks of SARS-CoV-2 in pedestrian interactions at large events

Forecasting tourist counts with historical counts and external features – research project

Forecasting Crowd Movements in Real-time

Verification and validation study focussed on IMO. – Internship

Estimating the flow capacity of pedestrian intersections at train stations.

Determinants of E-bike route choice behaviour.

The influence of the visible views on cyclists’ route choices.

Pedestrian perception on Level of Service measures at mass events.

Developing an integrated pedestrian behaviour model for office buildings.

How to calibrate a pedestrian flow model?

Influence of urban characteristics of pedestrian route choices.

Bachelor students

Jarco Vianen (2019)

Simone Hoskam (2018)

Jorik Grolle (2017)

Silvia Lemmens (2016)

Influence of the Pilot Mobility Scheme on the intention to change modality.

The experience of safety of cyclists and pedestrians in shared spaces.

Perception of crowdedness, safety and atmosphere in large groups of people.

Uitgangskeuze tijdens evacuatie CiTG.