Convenio entre la Autoridad Portuaria de Barcelona, el CENIT y la Universidad Politécnica de Cataluña para la financiación de una ayuda predoctoral

El objetivo de la tesis doctoral es desarrollar una investigación sobre el «puerto del futuro».
Cliente: Port de Barcelona
Period: 28/07/2018 – 28/07/2021


EnerNETMob

Interreg-MED integrated project, related with interregional electromobility. It aims to develop “Sustainable Electromobility Plans” with common standards.
Client: Interreg Mediterranean Programme
Period: 01/02/2018 – 30/12/2021


Study on the physical accessibility of the outermost regions (OR)

The final purpose of this study is to provide a list of most needed future transport projects, which will improve significantly the connectivity of the OR. A large project pipeline, covering air and maritime transport, shall also indicate the possible sources of funding, budget and relevant stakeholders to be involved.
Client: DG MOVE
Period: 01/11/2017 – 01/11/2018


Diagnostic Tool for Urban Transport

The project aims to create a more formal diagnostic Tool, which would first cover urban transport infrastructure as a pilot sector. The Tool could then later be expanded to include other relevant sectors which may include water, wastewater, and waste.
Client: IFC
Period: 01/12/2017 – 01/04/2019


Taxi observatory studies

Analysis of the taxi sector at the Barcelona metropolitan area level in order to determine operational and economic indicators to evaluate the service. The contract includes a survey to determine the hourly offer of taxis and other key figures.
Client: Institut Metropolità del taxi (AMB)
Period: 01/01/2017 – 01/01/2018


Proposal for workplace parking levies

The project aims at reaching a diagnosis of the impact of employer-provided parking on the mobility of the area of Barcelona and, based on this, assessing several proposals for the implementation of workplace parking levies.
Client: Autoritat Metropolitana del Transport (ATM)
Period: 01/09/2016 – 01/09/2017


INTERMODEL - Simulation using Building Information Modeling Methodology of Multimodal, Multipurpose and Multiproduct Freight Railway Terminal Infraestructures

The project aims to develop a methodology and set of ICT tools in order to allow an advanced simulation of railway intermodal logistics platform models to support tasks related with design and operational phases.
Client: Horizon 2020. European Union Funding for Research and Innovation
Period: 2016 -2019


New Paradigm for Urban Mobility in Barcelona - Limits of Modal Changes

A travel behaviour model including all these new factors to analyze the mobility changes in Barcelona and to foresee the impact of new mobility solutions on modal share.
Client: Volkswagen
Period: 01/09/2015-31/08/2018


GrowSmarter: transforming cities for a smart, sustainable Europe

GrowSmarter brings together cities and industry to integrate and demonstrate ‘12 smart city solutions’ in energy, infrastructure and transport, to provide other cities with valuable insights on how they work in practice and opportunities for replication.
Client: European Comission
Period: 01/01/2015-31/12/2020


ELIPTIC- Electrification of public transport in cities

Infraestructure and rolling stock in order to reduce costs through live system network and energy consumption.
Client: European Comission
Period: 01/06/2015-01/06/2018


NOVELOG- New cooperative business models

Applicable solutions for urban freight and service transport that supports a more sustainable urban environment.
Client: European Comission
Period: 01/06/2015-01/06/2018


ZeEUS - bringing electrification to the heart of the urban bus network

Testing electric solutions through live operational demonstrations on high capacity buses and facilitating the market uptake of electric buses in Europe.
Client: European Comission
Period: November 2013 – April 2018


REG4SSEA- Estrategias regulatorias para fomentar el transporte sostenible a través del Short Sea Shipping

El proyecto pretende cubrir el vacío formal detectado en sistemas de evaluación de regulaciones orientados al SSS mediante la construcción de modelos en teoría de incentivos que caractericen las relaciones económicas entre los principales agentes involucrados en el SSS, que permitan, posteriormente cuantificar el impacto de las medidas regulatorias en cuanto a su comportamiento socioeconómico y establecer un catálogo de medidas y recomendaciones a las autoridades competentes como base para futuras regulaciones.”
Cliente: Ministerio de Economía y Competitividad
Period: 2017-2019


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