Conference program

May 26, 2022


Opening Session | Main Hall

prof. Dr. Ing. Miroslav Svítek, dr. h. c. (Symposium Chairman, Czech Technical University in Prague)
prof. Ing. Ondřej Přibyl, Ph.D. (Dean of the Faculty of Transportation Sciences, Czech Technical University in Prague)
Mgr. Ing. Jaromír Beránek (Head of the IT and Smart Cities Committee of the City of Prague)
JUDr. Martina Děvěrová, MPA (State Secretary, Ministry of Industry and Trade)
Recognition of the Dual Master's Degree Program in Smart Cities and its first graduates

Session 1: Keynote speakers (you can read info about keynote speakers) | Main Hall
Chairman: Miroslav Svítek
9:15 Smart City 4.0: Designing a Smart Envelope of Infrastructures for Smart Cities
   Eyal Yaniv (Bar-Ilan University)
9:30 Smart City Taipei - Government Platform for Building Taipei as a Smart Living Lab
   Shuo Yan Chou (National Taiwan University of Science and Technology)
9:45 Prague Data Platform Golemio
   Benedikt Kotmel (Operator ICT)
10:00 Sustainable Mobility: Framework of a Smart City
   Porie Saikia-Eapen (CIOB)
10:15 Transportation Demand Management for a Smart City
   Emmanuel Dommergues (International Association of Public Transport)
10:30 Coffee Break
Session 2: Livable Cities and Covid-19 Impact | Main Hall
Chairman: Ira Saul Rubenstein
11:00 HPE Ezmeral: Hybrid Cloud Platform for data science and analytics workloads
   Vlastimil Čudek (Hewlett Packard Enterprise)
11:15 Smart City and the effects of the Paradigm Shift in Transportation on Spatial and Urban Planning in Times of Climate Change
   Hermann Knoflacher (Vienna University of Technology)
11:30 Elderly on-demand transport in the Czech Republic: A case study
   Alena Rybičková (Czech Technical University in Prague)
11:45 Impacts of COVID - 19 on Means of Transport Choice: Cars and Cyclists Monitoring
   Aneta Matysková (Czech Technical University in Prague)
12:00 Smart Airports – Balancing Queue Management and Anti-epidemic Measures
   Peter Vittek (Czech Technical University in Prague)
12:15 Quality assessment of airports - based on passengers’ satisfaction
   Patrik Hegyi (Budapest University of Technology and Economics)
12:30 Lunch Break
Session 3: Smart Cities Modeling | Main Hall
Chairman: Ondřej Přibyl
13:30 BIM Applications for Smart Cities
13:45 A simplified method, targeted at transport forecasting agent based simulations, to enrich agent profiles with input for mode preferences
   Sinziana Rasca (University of Agder)
14:00 Application of Drone Video to Multi-intersection Facility Simulation Modeling
   Shoaib Samandar (Institute of Transportation Research and Education)
14:15 Tools for Mobility Analysis: What are the challenges and solutions for planning and operations of mobility services?
   Magdalena Hykšová (Czech Technical University in Prague)
14:30 Marginal energy consumption cost factors of battery electric buses
   Péter Ákos Szilassy (Budapest University of Technology and Economics)
14:45 Does PM10 influence the prediction of PM2.5?
   Rashmi Choudhary (Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee)
15:00 Coffee Break
Session 4: System Approach to Smart Cities Transformation | Main Hall
Chairman: Tomáš Horák
15:30 Smart "Digital Factory" - A Case Study on the Use of Drones in the Brandýs nad Labe Continental Facilities
   Continental (Holger Gey)
15:45 Powering City Mobility With On-Demand Transportation
   CITYA (Dominik Janík)
16:00 Management of Public Transporation Demand and Maximization of Operator Revenues using Car Sharing as a Supplement to Public Transport Systems
   Summair Anis (University of Genoa)
16:15 From Smart City sustainable development to Resiliency by design
   Sergey Kozhevnikov (Czech Technical University in Prague)
16:30 Vertical farms and smart cities – identification of common research areas, Tungsram’s experience and vision in Central Europe
   Klaudia Gabriella Horváth (University of Dunaújváros)
16:45 Knowledge graphs for Smart Cities
   Viktor Beneš (Czech Technical University in Prague)
Session 5: Information and Data Processing | Gothic Cellar
Chairman: Csaba Csiszár
15:30 Digitalization and Modern Rail
   Czech Rail Infrastructure Operator (Radek Volf, Jiří Pavel)
15:45 Measurement of Air Pollution by Measurement of Traffic Density
   Leon Rothkrantz (Delft University of Technology)
16:00 Big Data Application for Urban Transport Solutions
   Jiří Růžička (Czech Technical University in Prague)
16:15 Model Implementation of the Algorithm for Price-Based Dynamic Parking Regulation
   Kristýna Navrátilová (Czech Technical University in Prague)
16:30 Assessing the feasibility of using eye-tracking technology for assessment of external HMI
   David Lehet (Czech Technical University in Prague)
16:45 Validation of EDR Data for the Purpose of the Forensic Expertise
   Tomáš Kohout (Czech Technical University in Prague)
17:00 Day 1 Conclusion | Main Hall
19:00 Symposium Social Event - Vltava River Cruise (by invitation only)

May 27, 2022


10:00 - 12:00
H2020 Project STORM Workshop | Main Hall
Chairman: Tomáš Horák
  • 10:00 – 10:15 STORM overview and progress
    (VTT: Petr Hajduk, on-site presentation)

  • 10:15 – 10:45 Future trends and analysis needs in freight and logistics – based on D2.1
    (Fraunhofer: Jonathan Köhler/Clemens Brauer, on-line presentation)

  • 10:45 – 11:15 Big Data in Enhancing the Modeling of Freight Transport Transitions – based on D3.1
    (CTH: Wasim Shoman, on-site presentation)

  • 11:15 – 11:45 How to model a European fast charging network for trucks, using synthetic road freight data
    (Fraunhofer: Daniel Speth, on-line presentation)

10:00 - 12:00
Final conference of the project Road Map for Modernization of Road Transportation | Gothic Cellar
Chairman: Petr Bouchner
10:00 - 11:30
Poster Session | Gothic Corridor
Chairman: Jana Kuklová
Classification of non-personal data in autonomous vehicles
    Miroslav Vaniš (Czech Technical University in Prague)
Application of Cybersecurity Approaches within Smart Cities and ITS
    Jiří Brož (Czech Technical University in Prague)
Effective communication as a necessary part of rainwater management: Exploring the practice of Czech municipalities
    Lucie Povolná (J. E. Purkyne University in Usti nad Labem)
Bike Sharing Prediction Using Seasonal Auto Regressive Integrated Moving Average
    Ahmed Jaber (Budapest University of Technology and Economics)
Gravity Model in Smart Transport Planning
    David Juřík (Czech Technical University in Prague)
Pilot Study of Using Google Traffic Data to Assess Conditions for Public Transport Operation on Urban Roads
    Nikol Dousková (Czech Technical University in Prague)
ANPR data as a key source of traffic behavior information
    Petr Richter (Czech Technical University in Prague)
Smart City Logistics: Recommendations for the City of Prague
    Tomáš Horák (Czech Technical University in Prague)
Protection of personal data in autonomous vehicles and its data categorization
   Michal Mlada (Czech Technical University in Prague)
Smart city as an opportunity towards urban transformation in a small city (Bucaramanga, case study)
    Eduardo Carrillo (Universidad Autónoma de Bucaramanga)
12:00 Day 2 Conclusion & Brunch with Duo Professores