User Meeting 2013

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The MATSim User Meeting 2013 will take place from June 10th (Midday) to 11th (Afternoon) in Zurich, Switzerland.


Present your work

As in the previous years the user meeting is an opportunity to present current projects and applications of MATSim. If you want to present, please submit a short abstract (max. 300 words) to us by 31.03.2013.



Early registration fees (available until 31.03.2013) are:

  • 75.- Swiss francs for students studying for a Diploma or BSc/MSc degree
  • 175.- Swiss francs for others

Late and on-site registration: 75.- Swiss francs additional fee. Since we have limited capacities, we encourage all participants to make use of the early registration.

The registration fee includes dinner on Monday and lunch on Tuesday. Morning and afternoon coffee breaks are also included. Please manually register with Valérie Willimann ( by naming your name, organization, registration. We will inform you about the payment details later.



Participants are kindly requested to organize their accommodation themselves. You can find a choice of possible accommodations at the following link:



The location of the seminar will be in the ETH main building (“Rämistrasse 101, 8092 Zürich”) Room E 23.



Monday, June 10th

14:00: Introduction (Kay W. Axhausen)


K. Müller – Generation of a synthetic population for MATSim

I. Kaddoura - Agent-based optimisation of public transport supply and pricing

B. Kickhöfer - Linking dynamic traffic flows of MATSim to detailed air pollution emission factors


Coffee Break


J. Joubert - Using the MATSim population for accessibility measures

J. Ma - Simulation Analysis of the Market Diffusion Effects of Risk-Averse Route Guidance on Network Traffic

T. Dubernet - The New MATSim Routing Infrastructure: What it is and how to use it





Tuesday, June 11th


S. Ordonez - Public transport routing based on experienced travel and waiting times

A. Chakirov - Enriched Sioux Falls Scenario with Dynamic Demand


Coffee Break


C. Dobler – Integrating Withinday Replanning in MATSim – Recent Development

M. Zilske - Creating a minimal scenario for Côte d'Ivoire from call detail records

M. Balmer: Modeling free-floating carsharing with MATSim




A. Horni – Secondary Location Choice: last developments


Some abstracts of the talks are available here

The Slides of the presentations are available here.