TML Thesis Prize 2017

Transport & Mobility Leuven organized the TML Thesis Prize for the seventh time!
The three winners presented their thesis at a special seminar with experts from TML and the KU Leuven. The seminar took place on Monday, 9 October 2017, at the TML premises. After the announcement of the results, the students received their prize.

In October or November, an exclusive article will be published in the journal 'Verkeersspecialist' dedicated to their thesis. (http://www.verkeersspecialist.be)

Laureates 2017

Sander Van Aken, KU Leuven, received the first prize (1 000 euro) with his thesis: 'Optimal timetables for temporarily unavailable tracks' (summary - complete thesis)

Alexander Vissenaekens, U Hasselt, received the second prize (500 euro) with his thesis: 'Van 90 naar 70 km/u: het verwijderen van snelheidsborden op wegen buiten de bebouwde kom' (summary - complete thesis)

Casper Winters and Tobie Plancke, KU Leuven, received the third prize (250 euro) with their thesis: 'Welfare for car and train trips between low-density areas: an international comparison' (summary - complete thesis)

TML Thesis Prize 2016

Thomas Vyncke, KU Leuven, received the first prize (1 000 euro) with his thesis Het potentieel van gekoppeld rijden op routekeuze en -planning bij transportbedrijven (summary - complete thesis)

Steffi Deprez, Universiteit Antwerpen, received the second prize (500 euro) with her thesis Socio-economische effecten en aanvaardbaarheid van rekeningrijden in Vlaanderen (summary - complete thesis)

Bram Huyghe, KU Leuven, received the third prize (250 euro) with his thesis Hoogwaardig openbaar vervoer in Leuven: onderzoek naar vervoerswijzekeuze en overstapbereidheid, met toepassing op de as Diest-Leuven-Tervuren (summary - complete thesis)

TML Thesis Prize 2015

Laura Tavernier and Pascale Willems, Master VLITS - KU Leuven, received the first prize with their thesis: Een verkeersmodel als ontwerptool voor een multiregionaal netwerk summary - complete thesis

Veronika Rudnenko, UHasselt, received the second prize with her thesis: Effects of social pressure on driving ability of older drivers summary - complete thesis

Ilyas Eren, VUB, received the third prize with his thesis: Duurzame mobiliteit: haalbaarheidsstudie van pooling bij Nike ELC summary - complete thesis

TML Thesis Prize 2014

Cyriel Notteboom & Menno Hochstenbach, KU Leuven, received the first prize with their thesis: Design and control of an unmanned aerial vehicle for autonomous parcel delivery with transition from vertical take-off to forward flight summary - complete thesis

Yannick Neuteleers, KU Leuven/VUB, received the second prize with his thesis: Op zoek naar de optimale locaties van intermodale terminals: een GIS-analyse voor BelgiŽ summary - complete thesis

Yves Goossens, PCVO Handel Hasselt, received the third prize with his thesis: Onderzoek naar het gebruik van de fietsostrade Antwerpen-Mechelen summary - complete thesis

TML Thesis Prize 2013

Steven Gijsenbergh, student master VLITS, KU Leuven, received the first prize with his thesis: Microscopische simulatie van dienstregelingen in treinstations summary - complete thesis

Kim Wouters, PHL Diepenbeek, received the second prize with his thesis: In de ban van het lint summary - complete thesis

Thomas Rosseel, KU Leuven, received the third prize with his thesis: Analyse van navigatiestrategieŽn en percepties aan de hand van oogbewegingregistratie bij internationale bezoekers in Brugge en leuven summary - complete thesis

TML Thesis Prize 2012

First prize: Michael Clockaerts & Dries Proost, KU Leuven, Development of an eco-drive assist system using online parameter estimation summary - complete thesis (in Dutch)

Second prize: Nick Machiels, KU Leuven, Design criteria for fast charging stations for electric vehicles based on Flemish mobility summary - complete thesis (in Dutch)

Third prize: Catherine Van Hese, Universiteit Antwerpen, Bevoegdheidsverdeling over wegtransportbeleids-instrumenten in BelgiŽ summary - complete thesis both in Dutch

TML Thesis Prize 2011

First prize: Michiel Claes, Universiteit Antwerpen, Oplaadinfrastructuur voor elektrische wagens in BelgiŽ - een strategische, technologische en economische vergelijking summary - complete thesis - both in Dutch

Second prize: Jonas De Vos, Universiteit Gent, De invloed van de residentiŽle mismatch op het verplaatsingsgedrag in Vlaanderen
summary - complete thesis - both in Dutch

Third prize: Louis-Philippe Lammertyn, KU Leuven, Economische impact van rekeningrijden: zorgt de invoering van rekeningrijden voor een significante verandering in de kostenstructuur van de Belgische wegvervoerder? summary - complete thesis - both in Dutch