Maria Laura Delle Monache

Research scientist, Inria Grenoble - Rhône Alpes


Teaching

Graduate courses

  1. Traffic flow and crowd dynamics: modeling and computing , lecturer for mathematics, computer science and engineering Master and PhD students, 18 hours, University of Grenoble Alpes, Spring semester 2018

Undergraduate courses

  1. Linear Algebra, lecturer for mathematics and computer science, 3 credits, Rutgers University - Camden, Fall semester 2015

Postdoc supervision

  1. Thibault Liard at Inria Grenoble - Rhône Alpes, Dec 2017- Mar 2019
    Research topic: Modeling and control of mixed (human and driverless) traffic

Student supervision

  1. T. Wei, (co-supervised with P. Frasca), master student at University of Grenoble, Spring 2019
    Research topic: Stabilizing traffic via autonomous vehicles
  2. L. Tumash, (co-supervised with C. Canudas de Wit ), PhD Student at University of Grenoble, Sept 2018-Aug 2021
    Research topic: Traffic control in large-scale urban networks
  3. A. Malkova, (co-supervised with Julyan Arbel), master student at University of Grenoble, Spring 2018
    Research topic: Understanding data accidents for traffic safety
  4. S. Mollier, (co-supervised with C. Canudas de Wit and B. Seibold), PhD Student at University of Grenoble, Oct 2016-Sept 2019
    Research topic: Aggregated scale-free models for 2D large-scale traffic systems
  5. V. Bailly, (co-supervised with B. Piccoli), visiting master student from University of Marseille at Rutgers University - Camden, Summer 2016
    Research topic: Modeling of roundabouts
  6. M. Garcia, (co-supervised with B. Piccoli), visiting master student from University of Marseille at Rutgers University - Camden, Summer 2016
    Research topic: Numerical simulations for roundabouts models
  7. K. Jenkins, (co-supervised with B. Piccoli), undergraduate student at Rutgers University - Camden, Spring semester 2016 and Fall semester 2016
    Research topic: Monday syndrome
  8. M. Kipp, (co-supervised with B. Piccoli), undergraduate student at Rutgers University - Camden, Spring semester 2016 and Fall semester 2016
    Research topic: Fundamental diagrams around the world: the case study of Minneapolis (Dean's undergraduate research prize)
  9. J. Huang, (co-supervised with B. Piccoli and K. Ozbay), graduate student at NYU, Fall semester 2015
    Research topic: Fundamental diagram from sensors around the world
  10. H. Pohlman, (co-supervised with B. Piccoli and B. Seibold), undergraduate student at Temple University, Summer 2015
    Research topic: Simple control options for an AV for the dissipation of traffic waves on a circular and open road
  11. J. Danowski, (co-supervised with B. Piccoli), graduate student at Rutgers University - Camden, Spring Semester 2015
    Research topic: Traffic flow: study of radar data to understand fundamental diagrams