The examination of the Diploma Theses of the undergraduate students of the Department of Transportation Planning and Engineering for the examination period of October 2022 took place with great success on Thursday November 1st 2022 and on Friday November 4th 2022, at Railways Amphitheatre and at teaching room 109.
The students which defended their theses are as follows:
Dimitriadou Androniki, Necessity Analysis of the Free-Flow Right-Turn Bypass Lane at Single-Lane Roundabout, (Supervisor S. Mavromatis).
Kanavou Maria, Impact of Intelligent Transportation Systems to the Resilience of Urban Road Networks, (Supervisor E. Vlahogianni).
Kapetanakis Dimitrios, Evaluating the efficiency of Mediterranean container ports using Data Envelopment Analysis models, (Supervisor K. Kepaptsoglou).
Karimali Erofili, Allocation of Buses to Depots: Development of an Optimization Model Mixed Integer Linear Programming, (Supervisor K. Kepaptsoglou).
Kofinis Dimitrios, Passing Path Assessment, Based on Vehicle Dynamic Features Utilizing Data from Field Driving Experiment and Driving Simulator, (Supervisor S. Mavromatis).
Kostopoulos Antonis, Imbalanced learning analysis for driving behaviour prediction using naturalistic driving data, (Supervisor G. Yannis).
Merakou Marilena, Analysis of distraction characteristics due to mobile phone use in Greece, (Supervisor G. Yannis).
Peithis Stylianos, Impact analysis of gasoline price on traffic conditions in Athens, (Supervisor G. Yannis).
Sorkou Theodora, Exploring the willingness to use and pricing schemes of micromobility services in urban areas, (Supervisor K. Kepaptsoglou).
Tavoularis Nikolaos, Investigation of transport demand during the period of the COVID-19 pandemic, in Greece, using statistical models, (Supervisor E. Vlahogianni).
Triantis Dimitrios, Modelling of interactions between autonomous vehicles and pedestrians using advanced deep learning methods, (Supervisor E. Vlahogianni).