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The MultiMod project addresses key algorithmic challenges to enable the fast computation of personalized itineraries in large-scale multi-modal public transportation (PT) networks (bus, tram, metro, bicycle, etc.) combined with dynamic car-pooling. We will use real-time data to propose itineraries with close to real travel-time, and handle user-constraints to propose personalized itineraries. Our main challenge is to overcome the scalability of existing solutions in terms of query processing time and data-structures space requirements, while including unplanned transportation means (car-pooling), real-time data, and personalized user constraints. The combination of car-pooling and PT network will open-up areas with low PT coverage enable faster itineraries and so foster the adoption of car-pooling. We envision that the outcome of this project will dramatically enhanced the mobility and daily life of citizens in urban areas.

PhD defense of Ali Al Zoobi
 
PhD defense of Ali Al Zoobi
Title: “Practical computation of simple paths with length and diversity constraints in complex and multimodal networks” When: November 25, 2021 — 10:30 Where: Inria, Euler Violet and live on Youtube (https://youtu.be/M6ypcki8yF4) Committee: Mohammed Amine Ait Ouahmed, Research Engineer, Instant-System, Sophia Antipolis, France David Coudert (supervisor), Senior Researcher (DR Inria), Inria, Sophia Antipolis, France David Ilcinkas…
PhD defense of Nicolas Isoart
 
PhD defense of Nicolas Isoart
Title: “The Traveling Salesman Problem in Constraint Programming” When: November 19, 2021 — 14:00 Where: auditorium 0+229, Templiers site, Polytech Sophia Antipolis Committee: Reviewers Claude-Guy QUIMPER, Professeur, Université Laval Willem-Jan VAN HOEVE, Professeur, Carnegie Mellon University Xavier LORCA, Professeur, IMT Mines Albi-Carmaux Examiners Cambazard HADRIEN, Maître de conférences, Grenoble INP David COUDERT, Directeur de recherche,…
Presentation of Ali Al Zoobi at MT180 – UCA
 
Presentation of Ali Al Zoobi at MT180 – UCA
Ali Al Zoobi presented his PhD topic at “ma thèse en 180 seconde” (MT180) – UCA. The presentation (in French), entitled “Trouver des chemins courts dans un réseau de transport”, is on YouTube.