Rail Tokyo 2015

Rail Tokyo 2015 :Aim of the conference
The 6th International Conference on Railway Operations Modelling and Analysis will contribute to interdisciplinary diffusion in the railway operations research area through the discussion of analytical, combinatorial and simulation approaches and project results by engineers, mathematicians, economists and computer scientists.

Scientific issues
The following research & development topics focussing on high quality railway timetabling, efficient and reliable operation of infrastructure and trains will be discussed during the conference, among others:
Land use, mobility and line planning
Capacity and robustness in saturated networks
Optimal network timetabling and maintenance schedules
Passenger flows in stations, on platform, and dwell time distribution
Impact of signalling and safety systems on capacity and punctuality
Validation of stochastic analytical and simulation models
Timetable stability, punctuality, temporal and spatial distributions of timetable margins
Impact of train priorities, dispatching rules and dedicated lines on network capacity
Scheduling and routing of passenger and freight trains
Real-time rescheduling, disturbance and disruption management
Energy-efficient driving and driver advisory systems
Prediction of route conflicts, arrival and departure times
Impact of climate change on future railway operation
Governance, benchmark analysis and performance evaluation


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