Mobility, Logistics and Automotive Technology Research Centre Vrije Universiteit Brussel
The Mobility, Logistics and Automotive Technology Research Centre (MOBI) is leader in defining the state-of-the-art in Electromobility and Socio-Economic Evaluations for sustainable mobility and logistics.
The strength of MOBI resides in a unique combination of socio-economical, environmental & technical competencies, together with tools & assets specifically developed for the sustainable transport sector.
Leuven Mobility Research Centre KU Leuven
The Leuven Mobility Research Centre, L-Mob, brings together and integrates complementary expertise on mobility, infrastructure, logistics and environment.
Within this broad domain, L-Mob focuses on smart mobility: optimization of operational traffic and logistic processes using real-time data; optimization of logistics from a company profile; development, pricing and financing of infrastructure; land-use mobility interaction; innovative ...
Sustainable Land Use and Mobility University College Ghent
Centre of Expertise in Sustainable Mobility Karel de Grote University College
Departement Mobility and Public Works Flanders Hydraulics Research
The research goal is applying state-of-the-art computer vision techniques as a solution for industry-specific vision problems. In order to meet stringent execution speed, energy footprint, costand price requirements, the developed algorithms are implemented and optimized on embedded systems, such as GPUs, DSPs and FPGAs.
At the Interculturalism, Migration and Minorities Research Centre (IMMRC), sociocultural anthropologists conduct empirically-driven research on the following themes: (1) migration, mobility and travel; (2) cultural and religious co-creation; (3) diversity and power inequalities; and (4) disability.
Transportation Behaviour Hasselt University
Predicting travel behaviour of people
Programming Technology Lab Vrije Universiteit Brussel
The Programming Technology Lab (Prog for short) is a research and teaching lab within the VUB's Department of Computer Science. From a research perspective, Prog has always been active in the broad domains of software engineering and programming language engineering. In the former domain, our research consists of designing, implementing and formalising meta level techniques that support programming and modelling activities. In the latter ...