Projects and articles of Péter I. Pápics
ResearcherPéter I. Pápics has a PhD in Astronomy and Astrophysics (KU Leuven). He joined TML in 2018 after a ten-year-long academic career. Since then he contributed to various projects, involving work on fleet dynamics, scenario modelling, with a special interest in electric vehicles, and building a scenario simulator tool based on the MOVEET model to assess the effects of various policy measures regarding road transport and emissions. He has gained experience in working with GIS software in projects that required spatial analysis and visualisations. He is heavily involved in the development of the low-cost multi-modal traffic counting sensor (coding, classification, the back end, and the API) that lies at the heart of the Telraam / WeCount network.
Citizen-led air pollution reduction in cities.
Research and development of energy transition models, whereby TML will focus on the relation between energy and transport.
Transport of persons with reduced mobility
Best practices guide on the carriage of persons with reduced mobility.
Impact of higher LPG market share
Assessing the impact of a higher LPG-uptake worldwide
Development of a toolkit for the modeling of emerging transport solutions.
Citizens Observing UrbaN Transport.
In the TransAID project we investigated how traffic management can take automated vehicles into account in order to improve traffic efficiency and safety.
Development and implementation of crowd-sourced, automatic traffic counts with low-cost equipment.