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Dr. Michael van Eggermond

Dr. Michael van Eggermond

Dr. Michael van Eggermond

Tätigkeiten an der FHNW

Senior Researcher Modeling & Simulation
Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter

Themenschwerpunkte

Forschungsthemen

  • Modellierung des Verkehrsverhaltens
  • Fuss- und Veloverkehr
  • Räumliche Analyse
  • Verkehrsbefragungen und -erhebungen
  • Virtual Reality
  • Raum- und Verkehrsplanung

Lehre

  • Erhebung und Messung von Daten zum Verkehr und zur Mobilität
  • Projektarbeit Verkehr: Einführung in der Verkehrsmikrosimulation
  • Betreung Bachelor Arbeiten

Weitere Informationen

Werdegang und Mitgliedschaften

Seit Juli 2019Senior Researcher Modeling & Simulation im Fachbereich Verkehr und Mobilität Institut Bauingenieurwesen, Fachhochschule Nordwestschweiz, Muttenz
Seit 2016Mitgründer der Spin-Off Firma Erveco, die Beratungsdienstleistungen im Bereich der angewandten Verkehrs- und Mobilitätsforschung anbietet.
2016-2019 Projektkoordinator der Forschungsgruppe & PostDoc “Engaging Mobility” Future Cities Laboratory, Singapore-ETH Centre for Global Environmental Sustainability (SEC), Singapur
2011 – 2016Doktorat (Dr. sc. ETH Zurich), Future Cities Laboratory, Singapore-ETH Centre for Global Environmental  Sustainability (SEC), Singapur
2008 – 2011Consultant & R&D Manager, INITI8, Rotterdam, die Niederlande

Projekte

Laufende Forschungsprojekte

Strassenraumgestaltung und Geschwindigkeit: Quantifizierung der Wirkung von Elementen der Strassenraums auf die Geschwindigkeit aufgrund von Messungen im Feld und Experimenten mit einem Virtual Reality Fahrsimulator (SVI 2018/001)

MATSim Basel: Entwicklung eines agenten- und aktivitätsbasierten Verkehrsmodelles für die 3-Land Region Basel (in Partnerschaft mit SBB)

Pedestrian comfort in high density areas: Abschätzung des Fussverkehrsaufkommen aufgrund von Netztopologie und Gebäudenutzung (in Partnerschaft mit der Urban Redevelopment Authority am Future Cities Laboratory in Singapur)

Bike to the Future: Entwicklung eines Virtual Reality Fahrradsimulators und dessen Anwendung in partizipativen Prozessen und zur Erhebung des Verkehrsverhaltens.

Abgeschlossene Forschungsprojekte

Fussverkehrspotenzial in Agglomerationen: Quantifizierung der Wirkung von Raumstruktur und Strassenraumgestaltung auf das Fussverkehrsverhalten. (SVI 2015/006)

Walkability Singapur: Entwicklung eines verhaltenbasiertes Walkability Index für Singapur (in Partnerschaft mit der Urban Redevelopment Authority am Future Cities Laboratory in Singapur)

MATSim Singapur: Entwicklung eines agenten- und aktivitätsbasierten Verkehrsmodelles für Singapur (in Partnerschaft mit der Urban Redevelopment Authority am Future Cities Laboratory in Singapur)

Publikationen, Medien und Vorträge

Buchkapitel

Maheshwari, T., P. J. Fourie and M. A. B. van Eggermond (2019) Transportation Flows In Future Cities, in S. Cairns and D. Tunas (eds.) Future Cities Laboratory: Indicia 02, 119 – 127, Lars Müller Publishers, Zurich, Switzerland.

Erath, A., T. Maheshwari, P. J. Fourie and M. A. B. van Eggermond (2017a) New Ways to Understand Mobility in Cities, in S. Cairns and D. Tunas (eds.) Future Cities Laboratory: Indicia 01, 122 – 132, Lars Müller Publishers, Zurich, Switzerland.

Begutachtete Zeitschriftenartikeln (Peer-reviewed journal papers)

Bogacz, M., S. Hess, C. Calastri, C. F. Choudhury, A. L. Erath, M. A. B. van Eggermond, F. Mushtag, M. Nazemi and M. Awais (2020) A Comparison of Cycling Behaviour between Keyboard-Controlled and Instrumented Bicycle Experiments in Virtual Reality, Transportation Research Record.

Bogacz, M., S. Hess, C. F. Choudhury, C. Calastri, F. Mushtaq, M. Awais, M. Nazemi, M. A. van Eggermond and Alexander Erath (2020) Cycling in virtual reality: Modelling behaviour in an immersive environment, Transportation Letters, 1–15.

Wigginton Conway, M., A. Byrd and M. A. B. van Eggermond (2018) Accounting for uncer- tainty and variation in accessibility metrics for public transport sketch planning, Journal of Transport and Land Use, 11 (1), July 2018.

Erath, A., M. A. van Eggermond, S. Ordo ́n ̃ez Medina and K. W. Axhausen (2017d) Introducing the Pedestrian Accessibility Tool: Walkability Analysis for a Geographic Information System, Transportation Research Record, 2661 (1).

van Eggermond, M. A. B. and A. Erath (2015) Pedestrian and transit accessibility on a micro- level: Results & challenges, Journal of Transport and Land Use, 9 (3).

Schirmer, P. M., M. A. van Eggermond and K. W. Axhausen (2014) The role of location in residential location choice models: A review of literature, Journal of Transport and Land Use, 7 (2) 3, July 2014.

Begutachtete Konferenzartikel (Peer-reviewed conference papers)

Nazemi, M., M. A. Van Eggermond, A. Erath and K. W. Axhausen (2019) Studying Cyclists’ Behavior in a Non-naturalistic Experiment Utilizing Cycling Simulator with Immersive Vir- tual Reality, paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, 19, Washington, D. C..

Bogacz, M., C. Calastri, C. F. Choudhury, S. Hess, A. Erath, M. A. B. van Eggermond and F. Mushtag (2019) Processing cycling risk under different elicitation methods: Comparing 2D and 3D in virtual reality choice environments, paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, D. C..

van Eggermond, M. A. B., A. Erath and K. W. Axhausen (2018) Residential search and loca- tion choice in Singapore, paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, D. C..

van Eggermond, M. A. B. (2017) Destinations, diversity and the choice to walk in Singapore and Switzerland, paper presented at the World Symposium on Transport and Land Use Research 2017, Brisbane, Australia, July 2017.

Erath, A., T. Maheshwari, M. Joos, J. Kupferschmid and M. A. B. van Eggermond (2017b) Visualizing Transport Futures: The potential of integrating procedural 3d modelling and traffic micro-simulation in Virtual Reality applications, paper presented at the 96th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, D. C..

van Eggermond, M. A. B., A. Erath and K. W. Axhausen (2016) Vehicle ownership and usage in Switzerland: The role of micro and macro-accessibility, paper presented at the 95th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, D. C..

van Eggermond, M. A. B., H. Chen, A. L. Erath and M. Cebrian (2015) Investigating the po- tential of social network data for transport demand models, paper presented at the 94th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, D.C..

Conference papers

Kupferschmid, J., A. Erath and M. A. B. van Eggermond (2017) Making cycling a choice mode in Singapore – findings of expert interviews, paper presented at the 12th International Confer- ence of Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies (EASTS 2017), Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, September 2017.

Large-scale agent-based transport travel demand model for Singapore A Erath, PJ Fourie, MAB van Eggermond, SA Ordoñez Medina, A. Chakirov, (2012) 13th International Conference on Travel Behaviour Research (IATBR 2012), 2012.

Working papers

van Eggermond, M. A. B. and A. Erath (2020) Driving Speed and Street design on Urban and Residential Roads. Working Paper.

Nazemi, M. and van Eggermond, M. A. B.  (2020) Quantifying Bicycling Stress Level Using Virtual Reality and Electrodermal Activity Sensor, Working Paper.

Vorträge

van Eggermond, M. A. B. (2019) Perception of Speed and Space in Virtual Environments, (Stated response committee meeting at the 98th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Reseach Board), January 2018.  January 2019.  January 2019.

van Eggermond, M. A. B. (2019) Creating immersive virtual environments for travel be- haviour research: Insights from a cycling experiment, (ABJ40 Workshop ”Virtual and Augmented Reality for Travel Behavior Analysis” at the 98th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Reseach Board), January 2018.  January 2019.

van Eggermond, M. A. B. (2018) Surveys with the user in mind, The user in Mind. Cogni- tion Perception and Behaviour in the Built Environment: Perspectives from Science, Policy and Practice, January 2018.

van Eggermond, M. A. B. (2018) Perception in Virtual Reality: A Cycling Experiment (ABJ40 Workshop ”Virtual and Augmented Reality for Travel Behavior Analysis” at the 97th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Reseach Board), January 2018.

Kupferschmid, J., A. Erath and M. A. B. van Eggermond (2017) Making cycling a choice mode in Singapore – findings of expert interviews, paper presented at the 12th International Confer- ence of Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies (EASTS 2017), Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, September 2017.

Erath, A. and M. A. B. van Eggermond (2017) Engaging Virtual Reality for Transport Planning - Applications in Singapore (CITG Seminar (TU Delft), May 2017.

Medienberichte

Lim, A. (2018) Bike-sharing: Is Singapore riding the wrong way?, The Sunday Times, January 2018.

Lim, A. (2017) Cycling network in Tampines to be tripled by 2022, The Straits Times, September 2017.

Ong, I. (2017) Can bike sharing work in Singapore (in Going Places Singapore), May 2017.

Schmitts, A. (2017) Researching the cities of the future, ETH Globe, No. 2. Sim, J. (2017) Smart Cities 2.0 (featured on Channels News Asia), March 2017.

Song, O. (2016) Using virtual reality to envision a car-lite future (featured on Channel News Asia), October 2016.

Cools, S. (2015) Het land staat stil, De Standaard, April 2015.

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