At the Associate Professorship of Travel Behavior we strongly believe in open data and open source, to increase the visibility of our work and to facilitate the interchange with other researchers. All our scientific results are open, as far as possible. Most of our publications are open access. You can check them in the subpage publications.
The software developed by our group is publicly available at our github page.
The input and output data of our models and analyses are generally distrbuted for free for scientific purposes upon request. Some datasets are already available without any restriction:
- Input files for MATSim (Scenario Munich) (github)
- MATSim output files of the Munich scenario ar different population scales (subsamples) adn with different road network densities (media.tum)
- Data that could be shared upon request:
- Munich metropolitan region synthetic population 2011
- Munich metropolitan region synthetic short distance travel demand 2011
- Base MATSim Munich scenario 2011
- Germany-wide synthetic population 2011
- Germany-wide synthetic population 2030
- Germany-wide synthetic long distance travel demand 2030
- Germany-wide synthetic short distance travel demand 2030
Are you interested in our data? Feel free to contact us and/or fill in the data sharing form.
The following institutions and departments are already using our data and models for research and academic purposes
- TUM Students (Master in Transportation Systems)
- TUM Chair of Transportation Systems Engineering
- TUM School of Management
- TUM Chair of Urban Development
- TUM Lehrstuhl für Fahrzeugtechnik
- TUM Hyperloop
- TUM Department of Informatics
- TUM Chair of Renewable and Sustainable Energy Systems