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There will be a two-hour introductory MATSim workshop in conjunction with the ANT conference and ABMTRANS workshop 2017.

The aim of the workshop is:

  • to understand the theoretical background of MATSim
  • get started with using MATSim
  • understanding the scope of MATSim extensions and start using them

The tutorial session will be held in Madeira, Portugal (16-19 May 2017) during the 8th International Conference on Ambient Systems, Networks, and Technologies (ANT 2017).



Preliminary programme:

The exact time and date will be announced together with the final ANT programme. 

SessioncontentsLecturer
An introduction into MATSim

A theoretical introduction into MATSim.

This will include:

  • Theoretical background (choice sets, scoring, ...)
  • demand relaxation and configuration
  • Presentation of use cases

Dominik Ziemke

Theresa Thunig

Using MATSim

A practical introduction into using MATSim

This will include:

  • Running a simulation using the GUI
  • Modifying config parameters
  • Evaluating scenario output

Please bring your own laptop to the session. Java should be installed. No programming skills required.

Joschka Bischoff

Michal Maciejewski







For registration and all other practical information, please visit the ANT website.


For questions and content wishes, please contact Joschka Bischoff or Michal Maciejewski.


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3 Comments

  1. Anonymous

    I could not find any details on this course either here or on ANT website. Are there any updates on this? Thank you.

  2. Hi,

    we will update a program in March. Since it will be only a one-day workshop, the focus will be on getting started with MATSim, using VIA and possibly getting started with custom-made scenario analysis.


    Joschka

  3. Anonymous

    Hello,

    I have not found the details of the Matsim tutorial/workshop on the ANT website.
    Can I get any information on what the fees is, registration date, time etc.?

    Thank you.


    Regards,
    Pradeep Burla

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