The first DARUMA project on-site workshop was held in Budapest between Oct. 10 and Oct. 11, 2022. Project participants from KU (Japan), TUM (Germany), BME (Hungary) and UCM (Spain), and guests from the University of Luxembourg, got together to report the processes of the respective work packages in charge, and more importantly, to discuss next steps and future collaborations.
In the first day of the workshop, Qinglong Lu presented the process of W2 (Data Assembly), for which a GitHub repository has been created to share codes for preprocessing the datasets in common among the three study cities (i.e., Kyoto, Madrid, and Budapest). Qinglong Lu also presented the works in OD estimation using LBSN data, and simulation-based policy assessment framework to quantify the traffic externalities.
Project link: DARUMA