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Researcher Profile

Thomas Matyus

 Thomas Matyus

Function

Research Engineer

Center

Mobility Systems

Competence Unit

Dynamic Transportation Systems

E-Mail

Thomas.Matyus(at)ait.ac.at

Phone

+43 50550 6638

Fax

+43 50550 6439

Address

Giefinggasse 2, 1210 Vienna

Career

Field: Integrated Mobility Systems

Main Research: Pedestrian models & simulation

Experience: Stochastic Modelling, Dynamic Modelling, Pedestrian Simulation, Quantum Key Distribution, Environmental engineering

  • 1996-2002: Junior Scientist
    Institute of Econometrics, Operations Research & System Theory, TU Vienna / Austria
  • 2002-2007: Engineer
    AIT / Austria
  • 2007-2007: Engineer
    Profactor Research & Solutions / Austria
  • 2007--: Engineer
    AIT / Austria

Publications

  • Identification of material flow systems
    Author(s): Bauer et al.
    Journal: ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND POLLUTION RESEARCH, 4(2) (1997)
  • Identification of material flow systems - Extensions and case study
    Author(s): Gleiß et al.
    Journal: ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND POLLUTION RESEARCH, 5(4) (1999)
  • Data reconciliation, structure analysis and simulation of waste flows: Case study Vienna
    Author(s): Matyus et al.
    Journal: Waste Management & Research (2003)
  • Optimierung von Transportlogistiksystemen unter Berücksichtigung von Nachhaltigkeitsaspekten: Entwicklung eines Simulationsmodells
    Author(s): Baumgartner et al.
    Journal: UWF UMWELTWIRTSCHAFTSFORUM, 14/3 (2006)
  • A fully automated entanglement-based quantum cryptography system for telecom fiber networks
    Author(s): Treiber et al.
    Journal: New Journal of Physics, 11 (2009)
  • The SECOQC quantum key distribution network in Vienna
    Author(s): Peev et al.
    Journal: New Journal of Physics, 11 (2009)
  • Can walking behaviour be predicted? An analysis of the calibration and fit of pedestrian models
    Author(s): Rudloff et al.
    Journal: Transportation Research Record, 2264 (2011)
  • A dynamic pedestrian route choice model validated in a high density subway station
    Author(s): Stubenschrott et al.
    Journal: Transportation Research Procedia, 2 (2014)
  • Validating Social Force Based Models with Comprehensive Real World Motion Data
    Author(s): Seer et al.
    Journal: Transportation Research Procedia, 2 (2014)
  • Erhöhung der Sicherheit bei Großveranstaltungen
    Author(s): Schrom-Feiertag et al.
    Journal: Science^2: Safety and Security, 01/2015 (2015)
  • Simulation of Handicapped People Finding Their Way Through Transport Infrastructures;
    Pedestrian and Evacuation Dynamics 2012

    Author(s): Schrom-Feiertag et al.
    Publisher: Springer International Publishing; Heidelberg, Germany; 2014; 978-3-319-02446-2
    Series: U. Weidmann, U. Kirsch, M. Schreckenberg
  • Comparison of different Calibration Techniques on Simulated Data;
    Pedestrian and Evacuation Dynamics 2012

    Author(s): Rudloff et al.
    Publisher: Springer International Publishing; Heidelberg, Germany; 2014; 978-3-319-02446-2
    Series: U. Weidmann, U. Kirsch, M. Schreckenberg
  • Linear Material Flow Models
    Author(s): Gleiß et al.
    Conference System Identification 2000 (SYSID 2000), Santa Barbara, California, USA,
  • Ecoefficiency in residential building - A prototype for optimizing consumption of resources
    Author(s): Matyus et al.
    Conference 2nd Worldwide ECCE Symposium. Information and Communication Technology in the Practice of Building and Civil Engineering, Espoo, FInland
  • Österreichisches Abfallwirtschaftsmodell - Decision Support Tool
    Author(s): Wartha et al.
    Conference Depotech, Leoben, Austria
  • Simulationsmodell zur Optimierung von Transportlogistikprozessen unter dem Leitbild "nachhaltige Entwicklung"
    Author(s): Matyus et al.
    Conference e-nova, Pinkafeld, Austria
  • Konzepte und Instrumente zur nachhaltigen Unternehmensentwicklung
    Author(s): Wartha & Matyus
    Conference e-nova, Pinkafeld, Austria
  • Material Flow Decision Support Tool – GIS-basiertes, dynamisch diskretes Simulationsmodell mit integrierter ökologischer und ökonomischer Bewertung
    Author(s): Matyus et al.
    Conference Modellierung und Simulation von Ökosystemen, Workshop Kölpinsee 2005, Kölpinsee
  • Security Processor with Quantum Key Distribution
    Author(s): Lorünser et al.
    Conference IEEE 19th International Conference on Application-Specific Systems, Architectures and Processors
  • Pedestrian Route Choice Self-Organization
    Author(s): Teknomo et al.
    Conference 3rd International Symposium of Transport Simulation 2008 - ISTS 2008, Queensland, Australien
  • Realistic Interactive Pedestrian Simulation and Visualization for Virtual 3D Environments
    Author(s): Brändle et al.
    Conference 15th International Conference on Virtual Systems and Multimedia (VSMM2009), Vienna, Austria
  • Can walking behaviour be predicted? An analysis of the calibration and fit of pedestrian models
    Author(s): Rudloff et al.
    Conference 90th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington DC, USA
  • Mind the gap: Boarding and Alighting Processes using the Social Force
    Author(s): Rudloff et al.
    Conference 14th International IEEE Conference on Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITSC2011), Washington DC, USA
  • Bridging the gap between visual exploration and agent-based pedestrian simulation in a virtual environment
    Author(s): Brunnhuber et al.
    Conference 18th ACM symposium on Virtual reality software and technology (VRST2012), Toronto, Canada
  • Assessing the Design of Urban Transit Vehicles using Microscopic Simulations
    Author(s): Seer et al.
    Conference hEART2013, Stockholm, Sweden
  • A Practical Approach to Assess the Design of Urban Transit Vehicles using Microscopic Simulations
    Author(s): Kogler et al.
    Conference 93rd Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington DC, USA
  • Human Factors Modeling from Wearable Sensed Data for Evacuation based Simulation Scenarios
    Author(s): Paletta et al.
    Conference 5th International Conference on Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics AHFE 2014, Krakow, Poland
  • Real-Time Estimation of Pedestrian Inflow Rates from Saturated Sensor Counting Data in a Complex Metro Station
    Author(s): Stubenschrott et al.
    Conference 18th International Conference on Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITSC), Las Palmas, Spain
  • Simultaneous Data Reconciliation of Carbon, Fuel and Energy Flows for Improved Estimation of CO2 Emissions
    Author(s): Gruber et al.
    Conference International Conference on Risk and Uncertainty in Environmental and Resource Economics, Wageningen University

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