The 11th Triennial Symposium on Transportation Analysis

June 19-25, 2022, Mauritius Island

Submissions

Selection for presentations at TRISTAN is based on submission of extended abstracts of research. These extended abstracts should be no longer than 4 pages in length, or about 1500 words. Templates are provided to author papers in this format for both Microsoft Word and LaTeX:

In order to be included in the final program, one of the authors must register to the conference, and do so before the early registration deadline April 15, 2022. Please note that each registered participant is allowed to present at most one paper during the conference.

Call for Papers

Information on the Call for Papers can be found on our TRISTAN 2022 EasyChair CFP page.

Abstract submission deadline: 15 December 2021

Submit an abstract

Special Issue

The organizing and program committees are organizing multiple special issues for 2022 in association with TRISTAN XI with flagship journals in transportation and operations research. The information will be announced soon.

Important Dates

  • Submissions site opens: 15 October 2021
  • Deadline for extended abstract submission: 15 December 2021
  • Notification of acceptance: 28 February 2022
  • Deadline for Early-bird Registration: 15 April 2022
  • Deadline for submission of revised extended abstracts: 26 April 2022

Scope and Topics

Submissions are welcome across a broad range of fields related to transportation systems analysis and transportation science. A full call for papers will be posted in EasyChair associated with TRISTAN 2022. The categories include:

  • Logistics and Freight Transport
    • Urban logistics, operative models, and applications
    • Road and rail freight, Maritime transport and ports, Air freight and airports
    • Freight related decision-making process
    • Delivery times, frequency of deliveries, and mode choice
    • Freight behavior modeling using innovative data sources
    • Freight policies and regulation
  • Operations research applications in transportation
    • Continuous and Discrete Optimization
    • Decision Analysis, Decision Support Systems
    • Heuristics and Metaheuristics
    • Game theoretical formulations
  • Traffic Flow Models, Network Assignment, and Transport Network Economics
    • Dynamic transportation models (Micro and Macroscopic level)
    • Network modeling, network equilibrium
    • Vehicle routing
    • Traffic Management and Coordinated Systems
    • Incident Management and Control
    • Advanced Vehicle Control and Safety Systems
  • ITS and Advanced Transportation Technologies
    • Autonomous and connected vehicles
    • Traveler information systems, MaaS (Mobility as a Service), shared mobility
    • New mobility services and active mobility
    • Advanced Urban Traffic Control with connected technologies
    • C-ITS applications in traffic and transport management
    • Big data analytics and validation
    • Smart cities and transportation
  • Travel Demand/Behavior Modelling
    • Human Behavior and Acceptance
    • Population synthesis
    • Travel pattern estimation
  • Modal Transport and management
    • Multimodal Systems Modeling and Management, minimization of externalities
    • Network estimation and control using V2X communication
    • Green, Advanced and Automated Public Transport Systems
    • Rail transport systems
    • Airport and air transport operations
    • Port and maritime operations
    • Micromobility Modeling and Management