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Theresa Ziemke (geb. Thunig), M.Sc.

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Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin

Sekr. SG 12, Salzufer 17-19, 10587 Berlin
SG 4.1, Raum Nr. 304

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Fax.: +49 30 314 26 269

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ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0001-8812-9041

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Research Interests

  • Modeling and Simulation of Transport (especially MATSim)
  • Traffic Control and Traffic Optimization
  • Algorithmic Game Theory, Graph and Network Optimization, Inefficiency of Equilibria

Academic Background

  • Since 07/2019: Research Associate at Combinatorial Optimization & Graph Algorithms (COGA), TU Berlin
  • Since 02/2015: Research Associate at Transport Systems Planning and Transport Telematics (VSP), TU Berlin
  • 10/2009 - 12/2014: Bachelor's and Master's degree in Mathematics at TU Berlin

Publications

T. Ziemke, S. Braun; Automated generation of traffic signals and lanes for MATSim based on OpenStreetMap; accepted for ABMTrans 2021. Also VSP WP 20-40
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T. Ziemke, L. N. Alegre, A. L. C. Bazzan; Reinforcement learning vs. rule-based adaptive traffic signal control: A Fourier basis linear function approximation for traffic signal control; AI Communications, 2021, doi 10.3233/AIC-201580. Also VSP WP 20-28.
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L. N. Alegre, T. Ziemke, A. L. C. Bazzan; Using reinforcement learning to control traffic signals in a real-world scenario: An approach based on linear function approximation; submitted to IEEE ITS. Also VSP WP 20-27.
T. Ziemke, L. Sering, L. Vargas Koch, M. Zimmer, K. Nagel, M. Skutella; Flows Over Time as Continuous Limit of Packet-Based Network Simulations; Transportation Research Procedia 52 (2021), 123-130. Also VSP WP 20-10.
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T. Ziemke, L. N. Alegre, A. L. C. Bazzan; A reinforcement learning approach with Fourier basis linear function approximation for traffic signal control; CEUR Workshop Proceedings, Volume 2701-9, 2020, 55-62. Also VSP WP 20-09.
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T. Thunig, K. Nagel; Effects of user adaption on traffic-responsive signal control in agent-based transport simulations6th International Conference on Models and Technologies for Intelligent Transportation Systems (MT-ITS), 2019, pp. 1-7. Also VSP WP 19-08.
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T. Thunig, R. Scheffler, M. Strehler, K. Nagel; Optimization and simulation of fixed-time traffic signal control in real-world applicationsProcedia Computer Science 151:826–833, 2019. DOI: 10.1016/j.procs.2019.04.113. Also VSP WP 19-02.
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T. Thunig; The impact of induced traffic on Braess' paradox, forthcoming.
T. Thunig, N. Kühnel, K. Nagel; Adaptive traffic signal control for real-world scenarios in agent-based transport simulations; Transportation Research Procedia 37:481–488, 2019. DOI: 10.1016/j.trpro.2018.12.215. Also VSP WP 18-07.
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N. Kühnel, T. Thunig, K. Nagel; Implementing an adaptive traffic signal control algorithm in an agent-based transport simulationProcedia Computer Science 130:894–899, 2018. DOI: 10.1016/j.procs.2018.04.086. Also VSP WP 18-02.
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T. Thunig, I. Kaddoura, K. Nagel; Braess’ paradox and congestion pricing in MATSim; presented at hEART 2017.
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T. Thunig, K. Nagel; Towards a robust and wide-area traffic signal control for inner-city areas5th IEEE International Conference on Models and Technologies for Intelligent Transportation Systems (MT-ITS), 2017. DOI: 10.1109/MTITS.2017.8005622. Also VSP WP 17-09.
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T. Thunig, K. Nagel; The structure of user equilibria: Dynamic coevolutionary simulations vs. cyclically expanded networks; Procedia Computer Science 109: 648–655, 2017. DOI: 10.1016/j.procs.2017.05.371. Also VSP WP 17-04.
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T. Thunig, K. Nagel; Traffic optimization: Dynamic coevolutionary simulation vs. cyclically expanded networks; VSP Working Paper 16-17, TU Berlin, Transport Systems Planning and Transport Telematics, 2016.
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T. Thunig and K. Nagel; Braess's paradox in an agent-based transport model; Procedia Computer Science 83:946–951, 2016. DOI: 10.1016/j.procs.2016.04.190. Also VSP WP 16-03.
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T. Thunig; Designing speed limits for good traffic equilibria; Master Thesis, TU Berlin, Institute of Mathematics, Berlin, Germany, December 2014.
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T. Thunig and T. W. Nicolai; Spatial interpolation of accessibilities; VSP Working Paper 13-07, TU Berlin, Transport Systems Planning and Transport Telematics, 2013.
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T. Thunig; Steuerung von Verkehrsflüssen in Mehrgüternetzwerken mit heterogenen Nutzern durch Mautgebühren; Bachelor Thesis, TU Berlin, Institute of Mathematics, Berlin, Germany, March 2013.
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Supervised Theses

J. Rhode; Modellbasierte Evaluation von Verkehrsbeeinflussungskonzepten bezüglich ihrer Schadstoffemissionen; Master Thesis, TU Berlin, Transport Systems Planning and Transport Telematics, Germany, June 2020.
Also VSP WP 20-42.
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D. Sanwald; Deep Reeinforcement Learning for Traffic Signal ControlBachelor Thesis, TU Berlin, Transport Systems Planning and Transport Telematics, Germany, July 2018.
P. Schade; Entwicklung einer volladaptiven Lichtsignalanlagensteuerung in einer agentenbasierten Verkehrssimulation; Master Thesis, TU Berlin, Transport Systems Planning and Transport Telematics, Germany, March 2018.
N. Schirrmacher; Open-Data-basierte Erstellung von Verkehrsnetzwerken zur Modellierung von Kreuzungen inklusive Lichtsignalanlagen und FahrspurenMaster Thesis, TU Berlin, Transport Systems Planning and Transport Telematics, Germany, September 2017. Also VSP WP 17-18.
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P. Mikulski; Automatic validation of the consistency of traffic lane and traffic signal data in OpenStreetMapBachelor Thesis, TU Berlin, Transport Systems Planning and Transport Telematics, Germany, June 2017.
N. Kühnel; Modellierung einer verkehrsabhängigen Lichtsignalanlagensteuerung in einer agentenbasierten VerkehrssimulationMaster Thesis, TU Berlin, Transport Systems Planning and Transport Telematics, Germany, June 2017. Also VSP WP 17-17.
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Teaching

In vergangenen Semestern:

  • UE Intelligente Verkehrssysteme
  • VL+UE Angewandte Informatik für Ingenieure
  • UE Grundlagen der Verkehrssystemplanung und Verkehrstelematik
  • UE Modellierung und Simulation von Verkehr

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