Students

An application form for prospective PhD students can be downloaded here.

CURRENT STUDENTS

PhD Students

  • Enrique Jiménez Meroño. Design, policies and effects on mobility of vehicle-sharing systemsPh.D. Program in Civil Engineering. BarcelonaTech. Expected end date: 2022. Bio: Enrique is a MEng graduate in Civil Engineering by UPC-BarcelonaTech, with a master thesis entitled “Rebalancing strategies for bike-sharing systems: the case of Bicing in Barcelona”. After a brief participation in some research and engineering projects as a technical advisor, in 2018 he obtained a PhD scholarship grant by the Spanish Ministry of Science and Innovation. His research is focused on vehicle-sharing systems. Until now, he has developed two different design optimization models for bikesharing and carsharing systems, and a repositioning optimization model for bikesharing systems. In addition, he has mentored several master students on urban mobility topics.

MEng Students

  • Joan Almirall. Analysis and optimization of traffic management strategies on congested freeway tunnels. Application to the Vallvidrera Tunnels in Barcelona. (Tentative).

PAST STUDENTS

PhD Students

  • Foto carnet MarcelMarcel Sala.  Modeling present and future freeway management strategies: Variable speed limits, lane-changing and platooning of connected autonomous. 29 October 2019Ph.D. Program in Civil Engineering. Mark: Excellent with Cum Laude distinction. The thesis obtained the national (Spain) and international XV ABERTIS Prize in the category of Management of Transportation Infrastructures and Services. Bio: Before completing his PhD, Marcel obtained his MEng degree in Civil Engineering from UPC–BarcelonaTECH in 2014, just after the completion of his Master thesis entitled “Freeway Traffic Experiment – Empirical Traffic Data Under Dynamic Speed Limit Strategies”. Short thereafter he joined the Center for Innovation in Transport (CENIT) as a researcher. He is an expert in Matlab programming and currently he is working as a transportation engineering consultant.
  • Margarita Martínez. Highway travel time information systems: from traditional to cooperative driving environments. 19 December 2018. Ph.D. Program in Civil Engineering. International Mention. Universidade da Coruña. Codirected with Prof. Ignacio Pérez. Mark: Excellent with Cum Laude distinction. The thesis obtained the national (Spain) and international XVI ABERTIS Prize in Management of Transportation Infrastructures. Bio: Before enrolling in the PhD program in Civil Engineering, Margarita was working for 7 years in road design, construction and urbanization. From 2013 she decided to focus her activity on the university, where she currently combines teaching and research. She regularly visits the Fachhochschule Magdeburg-Stendal in Magdeburg (Germany), and in 2020 she visited the TU München hosted by prof. Constantinos Antoniou.

MEng Students